THE FIGHT: Home Is Where The Hate Is CD Fat Wreck ChordsYoung English punks fast unrelenting pop-punk. Check samples
unrelenting youthful energy. Itâs tight and fast. fast pop-punk style a la Fat Wreck Chords
Label: Fat Wreck Chords – FAT 660-2
Format: CD, EP
Released: 22 Apr 2003
Style: pop Rock, Punk
1 Forgotten Generation 2:15
2 Fish Gang 2:02
3 Home Is Where The Hate Is 3:26
4 Greebo Wanabe 2:56
5 (I’m Running Around In) Circles 3:15
6 Stage Skool Kidz 3:16
7 Revolution Calling 3:03
Bass – Matty V.*
Drums – Jak*
Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore
Guitar – Link (14)
Guitar, Vocals – K8!*
Other [Booking] – Ellis Industries Inc.
Songwriter – Jack Turley (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7), Kate Turley (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7), Mick Walker (2) (tracks: 5)
Produced, engineered and mixed at The Blasting Room, Ft. Collins, CO.
(I’m Running Around In) Circles / Incomplete Music, Inc. (BMI) originally performed by The Circles.
Songs: 01 Forgotten Generation 02FishGang 03Home is Where the Hate Is 04Greebo Wanabe 05(I’m Running Around in) Circles 06Stage Skool Kidz 07Revolution Calling
Punk at its best,
This album is amazing!! Its proper punk, punk seems to get more and more pop everyday, but this band are actually punk!! The lyrics are cool and you can relate to them! What makes them even better is that there lead singer is a girl! There needs to be more girls in the rock scene! If you don’t own this album its a must for any punk fan! BUY IT!!
Punk yet not pop punk,
The new kids on the block, The Fight have recently been signed to Fat Wreck Chords, home of the great NOFX and run by Fat Mike from NOFX. To think a young band from the East Midlands in England can get signed to a US record label shows something special about them already. They are a great hope to future UK bands already. The Fight, fronted by K8(yes with an 8?!) are fresh off the Rancid tour and have now gone back into the studio to record their first full-length album. Their current release â˜Home is Where the Hate isâ™ is certainly one worth buying despite so few songs (7 exactly). This is a mature effort with songs about growing up and wanting to go places in life, something every kid can relate to with songs like ‘fish gang’ and ‘forgotten generation’ giving the ep a real drive to it. The Fight are still young and have a long way to go, watch out for this band in the near future as they have something to offer.
best british punk e.p for a while,the fight will make it big,
4 punx from dudley explode onto the scene with their debut e.p on Fat wreck chords. After a very successful tour with the major act RANCID this band deserve the respect and coveredge they are receiving. Is a must buy for any punk rock fan. From the reggae sound of stage skool kidz to the enourmous uproar from Forgotten Generation u’ll never understand how u lived without this cd. Plus the lead singer/guitarist is called k8 so u kno u wont get 7 songs about girls