Formed in Yorkshire in 1981, The Burial was a working class band that practices an explosive Punk, Ska and Soul cocktail. They recorded a four-track demo in 1983 and managed to sneak two of these songs re-recorded into the iconic compilation "The Oi! of Sex" released in 1984 by Syndicate Records.
Encouraged by their appearance on publications like Sounds or Red Action, the band continued with his activity, appearing on two more compilations: "Oi! Glorious Oi!" and "The Sound of Oi!") and sporting their stylish and rebellious attitude gigging across Britain.
They recorded their one and only full length album, "A day on the town", during 1988 and finally was released on the Link Records subsidiary label Skank Records in early 1989, shortly disbanding after that.
The other two tracks from their 1983 demo ("Backstreet Child" and "I can't forget") remained forgotten until 1997, when they were included in the compilation "Oi! the demos" (Captain Oi!, 1997) together with other bands such as The Crack, Subculture, ABH, Crux or Angelic Upstarts.
All tracks have been remastered for their better sound quality at the 'Rana Studios' during winter 2021. Limited edition to 500 copies, 400 of them on black vinyl including A3 poster. 4 tracks!
- Backstreet Child (Demo 1983-Oi! the demos)
- I can't forget (Demo 1983-Oi! the demos)
- Friday Night (Original version-The Oi! of sex)
- Old Man's Poison (Original version-The Oi! of sex)