Let's Start a War, or Let's Start a War (Said Maggie One Day), is the third album by the punk band The Exploited, released in through Pax Records. The title refers to Margaret Thatcher's decision to go to war over the Falkland Islands in , suggesting that she did so almost on a whim. The controversial war was fodder for many protest songs in the punk .
Cecilia - Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water / Sounds Of Silence (CD, Album), Lespion - Beauregard, Violletti & Ste-Claire - Lespion / Orgasme (Vinyl), Good Day (Chari Charis Sinhali Bossa Roller Rejoint) - Harvest (23) - Seven Easy Pieces Remix (Vinyl, Ohh Poo Pah Doo - Ike & Tina Turner - Workin Together (Vinyl, LP, Album), Electric Guitar (Demo) - Empire (7) - Volume II -- Expansive Sound (CD, Album), Ball De LAliga - Pascal Comelade - Impressionismes (CD), Armstrong - Speedy J / Monoloc - Armstrong / Pumpkin (Vinyl), 1-2-3 Gånger Om - Jannez - De Blindas Café (CD), Stationary - Various - Its For Life (Vinyl, LP), Poison - Gen X* - Kiss Me Deadly (Vinyl, LP, Album), Its Better Than Walkin Out - Marlena Shaw - Its Better Than Walkin Out / Be For Real (Vinyl), Various - Black In Love (Vinyl, LP), Martha And The Vandellas* - Live! (Vinyl, LP, Album), Too Marvelous For Words - Frank Sinatra - Songs From The Heart (CD), More Than You Could Take