Problem Child (The Damned song)

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"Problem Child"
Single by The Damned
from the album Music for Pleasure
B-side "You Take My Money"
Released 28 September 1977
Format 7"
Recorded Britannia Row Studios, Islington, August 1977
Genre Punk rock
Length 2:15
Label Stiff
BUY 18
Songwriter(s) Scabies, James
Producer(s) Nick Mason
The Damned singles chronology
"Stretcher Case Baby"
(1977)
"Problem Child"
(1977)
"Don't Cry Wolf"
(1977)

"Problem Child" is a single by the Damned, released 28 September 1977 by Stiff Records as a preview for the band's second album, Music for Pleasure. The tracks were produced by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, and were the first to be released featuring new member Lu Edmunds. The single again failed to chart in the official UK Top 75, though it did reach No. 27 on the NME chart, which used a different sample of record shops.

The single was reissued in Stiff's Damned 4 Pack mail-order set. A CD version was issued in the Stiff Singles 1976-1977 box set by Castle Music in 2003.

The single was also issued in Germany.

Track listing

  1. "Problem Child" (Scabies, James) - 2:15
  2. "You Take My Money" (James) - 2:00

Production credits

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