Punk song smiths from Edinburgh releasing their second single in less than a year to the eager public. A slightly different line up to the first single ‘Army Life’ and it’s rather lame B-Side. This record employed the talents of Big John and Gary on the guitars. This line up became better known after these singles were re-released on Secret Records, as well as ‘Dogs Of War’ and the LP ‘Punks Not Dead’. A headlining tour ‘Apocalypse Now’ with Discharge, Chron Gen, Anti Pasti and some band from Tunbridge Wells helped spread the band’s profile. The fourth single ‘Dead Cities’ sold sufficiently enough to be featured on Top Of The Pops. When this line up split a few months after the TOTP appearance, The Exploited continued as Wattie and backing band, and more than likely still perform to this day. I have no idea what was released after 1981 and I have no interest in finding out either…Just put it up to read the comments from my old buddy and Edinburgh punk expert, Chris Low really! Got any stories about Edinburgh in 1980-81 Chris?