Stiff Little Fingers - Inflammable Material
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Originally released in 1979, Stiff Little Fingers' 'Inflammable Material' is considered to be one of the greatest punk albums of all time. Taking their cue from the Clash's politicised attitude, SLF articulated their frustrations with "the troubles" in Northern Ireland. Unlike many punk debuts, 'Inflammable Material' manages to meld high-octane potency, with a varied musical palette. Thanks partly to the influence of Don Letts, the regular DJ at the Roxy, the punk fraternity had embraced reggae, identifying strongly with its spirit of protest and, like the Clash, SLF included a reggae cover on their debut LP.
Heavyweight vinyl produced by Rhino Records for their 2019 'ROCKTOBER Campaign'. Only 5000 copies were made.