Urgh! The Final Chapter…and a song by some gay dude.

A while ago I posted the entire Urgh! soundtrack. I know people sell bootlegs of that soundtrack for insane amounts on eBay and shit, so those MP3s will only go away if I get a cease and desist letter. Go get them if you want them.
Side One
(One More Song from Side One)
Side Two
Side Three
Side Four

I mention this because I have more. I was disconnecting my VCR from my computer tonight and before I did so I decided to record some of the songs that were in the movie but not on the vinyl soundtrack. I also decided to do this because I’m an attention whore and I want more hits.
Hits are like crack.
The following MP3s are not of the best quality, but they’re listenable.
Surf Punks – Go Home
Dead Kennedys – Bleed For Me
John Cooper Clarke – Health Fanatic
Chelsea – I’m On Fire

And now for something slightly different.
Tom Robinson – Glad To Be Gay
It would take balls for someone to record a song like this now, and it really took even more balls for Tom Robinson to do it in 1978. Its too bad that he peaked with his first album. Also, he married a woman a few years ago(!!) This is taken from The Secret Policeman’s Ball soundtrack (which I previously featured here), which was a benefit concert for Amnesty International.

6 Responses to “Urgh! The Final Chapter…and a song by some gay dude.”

  1. Tim says:

    Said it before, I’ll say it again: love this blog! Excellent taste in mp3s as always. I’m heading out for a vacation but when I get back I may have to start a music blog of my own. Rock!

  2. substitute says:

    Thanks very very much for this. Both for the URGH and for the Tom Robinson.

  3. Randy says:

    I’m Singing! Can you hear me?

  4. Anonymous says:

    I was watching the Secret Policeman’s dvd the other day, and heard the Tom Robinson song.

    Google led me here.

    I’m not gay but it really struck a chord, for the sheer guts of this guy to do that back in ’78. And also, a damn catchy tune that I’ve been humming for days!

    so thanks for posting it here.

  5. Kristin says:

    Thanks so much for posting Urgh! in its entirety. The radio station I DJ at is starting a monthly movie night in December, and we’re kicking off the whole thing with Urgh, but our copy has been stolen from our library. So your blog helps, a whole lot. Thank you!!!

  6. Tom says:

    Cheers for the kind words. As a kind of followup to Glad To be Gay I made an album about 20 years afterwards called Having It Both Ways :-0

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