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Machine Gun Etiquette

Machine Gun Etiquette

Machine Gun Etiquette


Machine Gun Etiquette were a political punk rock band from Ayrshire, Scotland, formed in the mid-nineties by vocalist/bassist Rat Cunningham. Machine Gun Etiquette released a number of demos through 1994-96 ("Revolution in the Head" tape as well as the "No Frills" demo tape.) The band released split records with Ex-Cathedra & Juggling Jugulars in the late 90s before finally releasing their 16 track debut album "Hate this city" (Problem Child) in 2000, as well as a single - the "Self Respect" EP (Campary Records). Read more on Last.fm
Machine Gun Etiquette were a political punk rock band from Ayrshire, Scotland, formed in the mid-nineties by vocalist/bassist Rat Cunningham. Machine Gun Etiquette released a number of demos through 1994-96 ("Revolution in the Head" tape as well as the "No Frills" demo tape.) The band released split records with Ex-Cathedra & Juggling Jugulars in the late 90s before finally releasing their 16 track debut album "Hate this city" (Problem Child) in 2000, as well as a single - the "Self Respect" EP (Campary Records). In 2003 Machine Gun Etiquette released their final album "Reality Check", and played their final gig, supporting MDC at the Path Tavern in Kirkcaldy. A final 7" single was released on Campary - "Hate This City" - with a re-recorded and re-worked version of "Joe Public" as the B-side (featuring Stiff from Ex-Cathedra/Scunnered performing a 'special' "Evening Times!" intro...) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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