Friday 13th (EP)

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Friday 13th EP
The Damned - Friday 13th EP.jpg
EP by The Damned
Released 13 November 1981
Recorded 1981
Genre Punk rock, rock
Length 14:17
Label NEMS
Producer Tony "Broozer" Mansfield
The Damned chronology
There Ain't No Sanity Clause
(1980)There Ain't No Sanity Clause1980
Friday 13th EP
(1981)
Lovely Money
(1982)Lovely Money1982

Friday 13th EP is a four-track EP by English rock band the Damned, issued as the result of a one-off deal with the NEMS Records label. It was released on 13 November 1981, which fell on a Friday.

The EP was released in the UK and Sweden on 7" vinyl, and also in Germany on 12" vinyl. In 1981, EPs were still eligible for the UK Top 75 Singles chart, and Friday 13th reached No. 50.

The lead-off track, "Disco Man", was featured on a large number of compilations, also becoming a live favourite. Two of the other three tracks, "Billy Bad Breaks" and "Limit Club", were composed by the band; the final track was a cover version of The Rolling Stones song "Citadel".

Track listing

All songs written by Scabies, Sensible, Gray, Vanian, except "Citadel".

  1. "Disco Man" – 3:20
  2. "Limit Club" – 4:15
  3. "Billy Bad Breaks" – 3:53
  4. "Citadel" (Jagger, Richards) – 2:48

Personnel

The Damned
Technical personnel

References

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