Conflict: Live in England: Vol. 1 Trailer

Conflict: Live in England: Vol. 1 Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

This first installment of a two-volume set captures Conflict in classic gigs in Newcastle and Leeds, culled from footage of the band's journey across the United Kingdom. Packing a wallop of explosive energy, this blistering set of tracks includes "I Ain't Thick It's Just a Trick," "Working Class Rip Off," "Punk Is Dead," "Big Hands," "Reality Whitewash," "To Whom It May Concern," "The Ungovernable Farce" and "A Piss in the Ocean."

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