Levellers (album)

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Studio album by The Levellers
Released 1993
Recorded 1992
at Realworld Studios, Wiltshire
Genre Folk punk
Label China
Producer Markus Dravs
The Levellers chronology
Levelling the Land
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This untitled/eponymous album was the third full-length release by Brighton-based folk punk band The Levellers. The record charted at number two in the British album charts and contained the singles "Belaruse", "This Garden" and "Julie".

Track listing[edit]

  • All band members are given writer's credits on all the tracks apart from "Dirty Davey," which is credited to Nick Burbridge (of McDermott's 2 Hours), and "The Flowers of the Forest/The Crags of Stirling," which are traditional arrangements. The re-release of the album in 2007 contains a cover of 'Subvert' by Zounds, (a rare opportunity to hear the Levellers playing ska-punk) and a cover of The Clash's "English Civil War."
  1. "Warning" – 5:00
  2. "100 Years of Solitude" – 3:58
  3. "The Likes of You and I" – 4:50
  4. "Is This Art?" – 3:12
  5. "Dirty Davey" – 4:29
  6. "This Garden" - 5:28
  7. "Broken Circles" – 3:15
  8. "Julie" (plus "The Flowers of the Forest"/"The Crags of Stirling" instrumentals) – 6:12
  9. "The Player" – 4:00
  10. "Belaruse" – 3:00
(a short secret track follows "Belaruse")

The 2007 re-issue of this album also contained the bonus tracks:

  1. "The Lowlands of Holland"
  2. "English Civil War"
  3. "Subvert"
  4. "Belaruse Return"



  • Charlie Heather - Drums/percussion
  • Jeremy Cunningham - Bass guitar, artwork
  • Simon Friend - Guitars, vocals, mandolin
  • Mark Chadwick - Guitars, vocals
  • Jonathan Sevink - Fiddle

Technical Staff[edit]

  • Markus Dravs - Production and sound engineering
  • Ben Findlay - Additional engineering