Minutes to Go

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Minutes to Go
Studio album by Sods
Released 1979
Studio Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark
Genre Punk
Label Medley Records
Producer Poul Bruun, Sods
Sods chronology
Minutes to Go
(1979)
Under en sort sol
(1980)

Minutes to Go is an album released by the Danish punk band Sods (later named Sort Sol). It was released in 1979 and is often referred to[by whom?] as Denmark's first punk album. The original album contained eight of the band's own songs and a cover version of Suicide's "Ghost Rider".

The album was re-released in 1997[1] with six bonus tracks.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Sods (except where noted)

  1. "R.A.F."
  2. "Television Sect"
  3. "Pathetic"
  4. "Police" (Sods-Camilla Højby, Sods)
  5. "Flickering Eyes"
  6. "Suicide"
  7. "Transport"
  8. "Copenhagen"
  9. "Ghost Rider" (Martin Rev, Alan Vega)

1997 re-release bonus tracks

  1. "Rock'N' Roll"
  2. "Tin Can People"
  3. "Military Madness" (Sods-Camilla Højby, Sods)
  4. "No Ref"
  5. "Number One"
  6. "Breathtaking Effects"

Personnel[edit]

Sods
Production

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CD: Sods: Minutes to Go (1997) - iMusic.dk Web-Shop". En.imusic.dk. 19 November 1997. Retrieved 1 March 2012.