Flesh D-Vice formed in 1982 and quickly gained themselves a large following in the punk and boot-boy scene.Songs like “Friday Nights (are for fighting)” became anthems within the new Wellington Oi scene and their heavy boot-boy following often led to violence at gigs with the band gaining a reputation that had them banned from a number of local venues. “Flaming Soul” is the first time Flesh D-Vice recordings have appeared on CD. The 35 tracks include cuts from all of their three albums, 12” single, 10” single and three 7” singles plus all 11 songs from the album “Dead Cat Juice” that was licensed to, but never released by, the famous Roadrunner label. This CD features the immortal single Flaming Soul that was later covered by Shihad as a tribute to their manager Gerald Dwyer, the lead singer and driving force behind Flesh D-Vice...
This double CD is lavishly packaged with the 16-page booklet containing complete discography, photos of band and reviews.
Disc 1 - Baby Of My Mind Friday Nights Color Me gone The Warning Death Museum Hamburger Bullet Some Bloodstained Morning Invisible Man Billy Shakes The Heart Of Pain Strange TV Legend Of Lugosi Flaming Soul Jelly Babies Insanity Zone Transmission
Disc 2- Science Faction Hamburger II When The Levee Breaks All My Sins Long Road To The Abyss Where The Wild Things Roam Stranger In Town Crimson Ocean Wolves Story Dead Cat Juice Beyond The Wall Of Sleep Zombie Wipeout Darker Side Of Life Suicide City The Stranger Even Stranger Blood Smell At Ed's Spoilers