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Thursday, August 28, 2008

More Oi!/Punk Goodies

More Oi!/Punk classics for your listening pleasure!


Single from 1978: Mac The Flash + Hate The State
http://www.mediafire.com/?6uxxmbiw8rr


Single from 1981: Kids Of The 80's + Still Out Of Order
http://www.mediafire.com/?g5nlkvvyd5n


EP from 1983:
A side: Loud & Clear B Side: Rogue Trooper + University City
http://www.mediafire.com/?nmesr1zkbvx

Now you've got all these lovely Oi! records, your probably thinking to your self. 'I need some new clobber, to look the part!'
Unfortunately this Last Resort add is from 1983. So you'll have to look else where.


Nappies? Bum flap I may have been guilty of. Never a nappie.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Infa Riot was one of the greatest Oi bands ever!

I went to England in 1988 and oh how the skins laughed when I asked how to get to the Last Resort.

Those that was there told me it was nothing special in retrospect, the legend outstripped the reality.

Sascha

3:28 AM  
Blogger John Liedown said...

Ahh... the mythology of 'Swinging London'. Couple of 'Iconic' photos taken outside, band names themselves after the shop. Same old story. Just a shame you missed seeing it a by a few years. Then you could have been just as sniffy as those london Skins in 88. :)
Infa Riot were a cracking band though were'nt they. 'School's Out' still my fave. I spent most of my 16th year (when we can leave school in UK) singing 'Ain't staying on. No Way!'
Still waiting for, sascha.bllogpot.com.
J

10:46 PM  
Blogger Sir Head said...

Oi oi - You wouldnt happen to have any old clippings of the last resort with Saxby in would ya or The original Warriors line-up with Roi in as we would quite like to put some up on our website www.thewarriorsengland.co.uk - You have a great site here by the way.
Saw Infa Riot in Gillingham supporting The Exploited, they were great. Emergency being well remembered as i got my head stomped during that ha ha. Cheers if ya can help
Russ

11:05 AM  
Blogger John Liedown said...

Sir head,
I'll have a dig through & see what I can find. Ahh.. early eighties gigs. They were always a treat.
Cheers,
J

4:50 PM  

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