English punk band The Adicts became known for their distinctive Clockwork Orange ‘Droog' image, which, along with their urgent, uptempo music and light-hearted lyrics, helped set them very much apart from the rest of the genre. November 1982 saw the release of their sophomore album, The Sound Of Music, for Razor Records. Bubbling over with their own unique wacky energy, it was hardly surprising when they took the charts by storm. Ludicrously infectious single "Chinese Takeaway" spent four months in the Indies, peaking at No. 7, whilst the album managed No. 2, only being kept from the coveted top spot by Toyah's "Warrior Rock." It even dented the Top 100 of the National Charts, no mean feat right before Christmas. Sound of Music remains one of the true highlights of the entire Adicts back catalogue.