it really finally over....
So, the unpredictably random monster that is the Wrath Super
Sevens singles club rears it’s plastic head once more. This time,
the final thrilling instalment featuring the gigantic talent of CHRIS
T-T and our very own STUFFY/THE FUSES. To celebrate the completion of
the series, we have a VERY SPECIAL OFFER for you too. Read on…..
The last offering in the 6-part Super Sevens 7” singles club has
just been abandoned on the Wrath doorstep swaddled in rags, cowering in
a basket. I tell you what, the stork that brought it along must have been
FUCKING HUGE as this baby is made of solid ROCK.
We are very honoured to feature Mr CHRIS T-T and his band on one side
with the epic ‘Cull’, taken from his most recent and bloody
marvellous album ‘London Is Sinking’ (I vonder vhat it is
sinking about? - sorry, I couldn’t resist that! ). In this track,
Mr T-T challenges the corrupt, fuck-headed powers-that-be to a bare-knuckle
brawl and at the time of writing, he is still winning. Chris and his band
have been tirelessly touring the album of recent which has picked up sparkling
reviews in many national rags and some high-brow broadsheets too. We last
saw him tear up the main stage at this year’s Truck festival which
was sooo intense and powerful that it opened the heavens up and we all
On t’other side of this marvellous piece of plastic, our very own
celebrity STUFFY and his many mutli-facted FUSES contribute the gentle
‘Waltz’ - a meatier re-recording of the popular track from
the fantastic album ‘Join Me Or Die’, which of course could
only be on Wrath records. Stuffy has been a very busy boy recently as
he is currently touring the entire world as drummer for the legendary
Graham Coxon. Having his drums set up for him, being on TV and staying
in plush hotels hasn’t gone to his head mind you - well at least
that’s what his personal stylist told us. He still likes his pie
& peas at teatime, only now he has developed a taste for Pukka’s
special truffle & beluga suet pudding.
PRICE CRASH! By means of celebration of what has been a very exciting
series of singles for us, we are now dropping the price for the whole
set to an insane £12 through Wrath mail order, and £15 for
online subscriptions through OxfordMusic.net. If you have none of these
vinyl gems so far, this is your best chance to pick up the lot for a song.
It's an offer way ahead of it's time.
We will also be starting to sell these separately online soon, so good
for those of you out there who are looking to replace certain singles
that have been played sooooo much that the needle has worn through the
Get your hands on this bargain now, before the few remaining ones all
get put in a cupboard or something.
The Big question is - Will there be second season of Super Sevens? That,
my dears, is entirely up to YOU. Though it's been ace, we need your continued
support for these kind of poorly-planned hair-brain schemes to work, so
please let us know what you think by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
with either "Please please please do another Super Sevens series
- the first one change my life for the better" or "If you bastards
don't stop sending me these pissing seven-inch singles, I will come over
there and bum you up the bum"