Crossing the Red Sea with The Adverts

Crossing The Red Sea With The Adverts

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Crossing the Red Sea with the Adverts was The Adverts’ 1978 début album and featured the UK hit single: “No Time To Be 21” which made No. 38 in February 1978. It was recorded at Abbey Road and produced by John Leckie.

Trouser Press said "in its own way" the album "is the equal of the first Sex Pistols or Clash LP, a hasty statement that captures an exciting time". In March 2003, Mojo magazine ranked 'Crossing the Red Sea with the Adverts' number 17 in its 'Top 50 Punk Albums'.Mojo Issue 112 (March 2003) Top 50 Punk Albums;

Track listing

All tracks composed by T.V. Smith

  1. "One Chord Wonders"
  2. "Bored Teenagers"
  3. "New Church"
  4. "On The Roof"
  5. "New Boys"
  6. "Bombsite Boy"
  7. "No Time To Be 21"
  8. "Safety In Numbers"
  9. "Drowning Men"
  10. "On Wheels"
  11. "Great British Mistake"


2002 Release

  1. "One Chord Wonders"
  2. "Bored Teenagers"
  3. "New Church"
  4. "On The Roof"
  5. "New Boys"
  6. "Gary Gilmore's Eyes"
  7. "Bombsite Boy"
  8. "No Time To Be 21"
  9. "Safety In Numbers"
  10. "New Day Dawning"
  11. "Drowning Men"
  12. "On Wheels"
  13. "Great British Mistake"


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