Arguably Toxic Reasons' (more HERE) singular achievement, "Ghost Town" sounds like what would have happened if Stiff Little Fingers had come from the American Rust Belt instead of the war-ravaged north of Ireland. "Ghost Town" is a throbbing punk-reggae track that evinces despair and fury in equal parts. The Ghost Town EP (Risky Records, NX 5232, 1981) also includes the anthemic "Noise Boys" and the finger-pointin' "Killer".
Tracklist A Ghost Town 5:17 B1 Killer 2:13 B2 Noise Boys 2:40
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