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|1.||"This Is Our World" (4:23)|
|2.||"One Last Chance" (3:11)|
|4.||"A World On Fire" (4:23)|
|5.||"Burning Cities" (3:44)|
|6.||"Up On The Moors" (3:37)|
|3.||"Kings Of The New World Order" (4:00)|
|4.||"Into The Void" (2:38)|
|5.||"Desert Dust" (4:26)|
Back in 1979, Scottish group Skids released their seminal debut 'Scared To Dance', an equally abrasive but more intellectual continuation of punk, but also one of the albums that helped establish the UK's post-punk sound. Having not released a record in nearly 37 years, 'Burning Cities' marks their long-overdue return. Both the band and the album benefit greatly from Killing Joke bassist Youth's punchy production, which aids the group as they simultaneously explore contemporary rock and reprise some of their early-eighties sound. 'Burning Cities' is the comeback album that has propelled Skids right back into relevance, in a time when their high-energy anti-establishment songwriting will resonate more than ever.
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