- Formed on a grim council estate in Edinburgh in 1979, The Exploited became one of the most popular and notorious of all hardcore punk bands.
- Live at the Whitehouse is a riveting and lengthy performance recorded in Washington, DC in April 1985.
- Highlights include the opening "Let's Start A War", dedicated to Argentina, a swear-ridden "God Save The Queen", a take of "Rival Leaders" aimed at Reagan and Thatcher, "I Hate You" (with a reverse Jello Biafra reference), a castigating "Daily News" aimed at fanzine Maximum Rock n Roll, and a rousing "Punks Not Dead" encore.
- Green vinyl; Gatefold sleeve; Includes poster; edition of 500.
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