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Release date: October 1983
Style: New wave of British heavy metal


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01. Going Under
02. High And Dry
03. Play Dirty
04. 20th Century Boy [T. Rex cover]
05. Breaking All The Rules
06. Burning In The Heat
07. Surrender
08. Rock Me Shock Me
09. Running For Cover
10. Breakout (Knob In The Media)
11. 1234 Rock N Roll [re-release bonus]
12. Don't Call It Love [new version] [re-release bonus]
13. Tush [new version] [re-release bonus]
14. Like It Like That [re-release bonus]
15. 1234 Rock n Roll [12'' extended version] [re-release bonus]


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musicalkaratekid - 02.08.2015 at 00:50  
Rating: 5 This is basically Girlschool at their most average, and what the band played on those first few great albums wasn't particularly special either (just really solid and well performed), so Play Dirty as a whole simply seems like a bit of a rehash of all the band's flaws. The 80s glam influence is undeniable (particular in regards to the production), but there are some good moments here, notably 'Breaking All the Rules' and the heavier riff moments of 'Burning in the Heat'. Aside from that, this represents the band going through the motions.

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