New Noise Magazine is really happy to be bringing forth the songs “Kick Out The Jams” by UK Subs. The band is a 1st wave punk band who has been cranking out gritty, anthemic songs for over four decades. On June 22nd, the group will be releasing a full record of covers, which is entitled Subversions. The song being premiered today is “Kick Out The Jams” by MC5. With gnashing guitars and fiery attitude, the track rings with a potent and raw power. Take a listen below!
Legendary British punkers UK Subs offer up their first ever covers album! Includes supercharged punk rawk versions of songs that inspired the band throughout their career from MC5’s classic “Kick Out The Jams” and Bowie’s glam hit “Suffragette City” to modern stoner rock heroes QOTSA’s “Feel Good Hit Of The Summer” and more! Led by founding member and vocalist Charlie Harper along with longtime members Alvin Gibbs on bass and Jamie Oliver on drums with newcomer Steve Straughan on guitar.
1 Kick Out The Jams (MC5)
2 Train Kept A Rollin’ (The Johnny Burnette Trio)
3 I Don’t Need No Doctor (Ray Charles via Humble Pie)
4 Boston Babies (Slaughter & The Dogs)
5 Tired Of Waking Up Tired (The Diodes)
6 This Perfect Day (The Saints)
7 Get Out Of Denver (Bob Seger)
8 Feel Good Hit Of The Summer (Queens Of The Stone Age)
9 Bomber (Motorhead)
10 Roadrunner (The Modern Lovers)
11 1969 (The Stooges)
12 Suffragette City (David Bowie)