That time The Agenda opened for The Cramps.
THE AGENDA- DO THE CRASH! CRASH! 7 inch on white vinyl. 2002.
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The Agenda “Crash! Crash!”
the 1st Agenda 7 inch.
That time we were in the NME, May 24, 2003. and they said we were from Atlanta not Athens.
The Agenda “Shake! Shake! Scream!”
for anyone that cares here is a link for every song The Agenda ever recorded to download for free.
Poster from The Agenda’s first UK Tour
10 Fucking Years Of The Agenda (2002-2012)
Start The Panic!
- Crash! Crash!
- I Want The Panic!
- Out With The Old In With The New!
- Last Chance For Action!
- Hit The Wall!
- Hard Friends!
- 50,000 Watts Of Love!
- Shake! Shake! Scream!
- No More Dancing
- You Give Me Hot Pants!
- Burn It Again!
- This Ain’t No Fashion Show
- Strike Like A Viper
- Youth Against Fascism (Sonic Youth cover)
- Teenage Kicks (Undertones cover)
Only The Young Die Young (demos)
- Only The Young Die Young
- I Just Wanna Know Your Name
- Black Knees
- Danger, Danger Love
- Suicide City
we weren’t a very prolific band…but we were in fact a band for 10 years.
The Agenda! “(This Ain’t No) Fashion Show”
Recorded in the summer of 2003 in some studio in London during our 1st UK tour. My main memory of this was that the singer from that Brit Pop band Suede was sharing the studio with us while he was cutting tracks for his solo album and when we asked one of the sound engineers if he was a dickhead or not the engineer’s response was, “he has good bone structure”.