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Studio album by
Released20 June 1995
RecordedPavilion Studios, London
GenreAlternative rock, post-punk
LabelRadioactive Records
ProducerMick Jones
André Shapps
Big Audio Dynamite chronology
Higher Power
Planet B.A.D.
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2/5 stars [1]

F-Punk is the eighth studio album by Mick Jones' post-Clash band Big Audio Dynamite. This was the first album to be released under the name of Big Audio Dynamite since 1989's Megatop Phoenix. The title is a pun on the funk group P-Funk, and is supposed to imply "Fuck punk." The album cover lettering takes influence from London Calling, one of Mick Jones' albums with The Clash, which in turn was a copy of Elvis Presley's debut album.

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs by Mick Jones unless noted.
  1. "I Turned Out a Punk" - 5:24
  2. "Vitamin C" - 5:27
  3. "Psycho Wing" 7:12
  4. "Push Those Blues Away" (Mick Jones, Gary Stonadge) - 6:08
  5. "Gonna Try" - 3:55
  6. "It's a Jungle Out There" - 5:19
  7. "Got To Set Her Free" - 3:51
  8. "Get It All From My TV" - 4:04
  9. "Singapore" - 5:25
  10. "I Can't Go On Like This" (Mick Jones, Lauren Jones) - 5:54
  11. "What About Love?" / "Suffragette City" (hidden track) (David Bowie) - 9:44 total

There is also a hidden track 3:47 into "I Turned Out a Punk".


Big Audio Dynamite[edit]


  • Henery Glover - engineer
  • Jason Eyers - engineer
  • Tim Burrell - mastering


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