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Limited edition. Exclusive release for RECORD STORE DAY 2023
Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine exploded onto the indie punk scene in the early '90 releasing a string of hit singles and top ten albums as well as selling out countless live shows acquiring a fiercely loyal fanbase
30 Something was Carter's second album. Released in February 1991, it charted at number 8 in the UK album charts and spawned the singles 'Anytime Anyplace Anywhere' and 'Bloodsport For All'
With nods to The Clash and Bowie, the album contained the band's trademark lyrical puns and snarling punk vocals juxtaposing with harmonisng guitars. The album received 10/10 from NME upon release and ranked as number 8 on their albums of the year list for 1991.
Tracks: Surfin' U.S.M. / My Second to Last Will and Testament / Anytime
Anyplace Anywhere / A Prince in a Pauper's Grave / Shopper's Paradise / Billy's
Smart Circus / Bloodsport for All / Sealed with a Glasgow