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Singles and Rarities


Download links and information about Singles and Rarities by 4 Skins. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 59:19 minutes.

Artist: 4 Skins
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 23
Duration: 59:19
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No. Title Length
1. Wonderful World (Oi! The Album) 1:36
2. Chaos (Oi! The Album) 2:04
3. Clockwork Skinhead (Bumper Sessions) 2:22
4. Evil (Bumper Sessions) 1:47
5. A.C.A.B. (Bumper Sessions) 1:29
6. I Don't Wanna Die (Bumper Sessions) 3:14
7. Yesterdays Heroes (Bumper Sessions) 2:15
8. 1984 (Strength Thru Oi!) 2:10
9. Sorry (Strength Thru Oi!) 3:09
10. Evil (Carry On Oi!) 1:38
11. One Law for Them (Single) 2:45
12. Brave New World (Single) 3:15
13. Merry Christmas Everybody (E.P. Track) 2:29
14. Yesterdays Heroes (Single) 2:26
15. Justice (Single) 2:25
16. Get Out of My Life (Single) 2:05
17. Low Life (Single) 3:06
18. Bread or Blood (Single) 2:50
19. Plastic Gangster (Single) 3:24
20. Norman (Unreleased 45) 4:32
21. Seems to Me (Unreleased 45) 3:19
22. Chaos (Herbert Version - Harry And The Herberts) 2:12
23. On the Streets (Son Of Oi!) 2:47



The jewel in the crown of Captain Oi's 4-Skins reissue program, Singles & Rarities scoops up no less than 23 tracks drawn from throughout the band's brutally brief career, including a handful that rank among the 4-Skins' most incendiary offerings. The set opens with "Wonderful World" and "Chaos," the two songs they contributed to the Oi! The Album compilation shortly after they formed, and just before the Decca major offered them a deal on the condition that they changed their name to Skins 4. "1984" and "Sorry," later in the set, first appeared on another comp, Strength Thru Oi!, while the "One Law for Them" single still burns your ears like a sonic forest fire. On and on, then, through the backwaters of the 4-Skins' career, including a jolly romp through Slade's "Merry Xmas Everybody" (from the Bollocks to Christmas collection) and Son of Oi!'s "On the Streets" and, from start to finish, the Skins don't put a boot out of place. All anthologies should be this astonishing.