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  • V/A - New Breed Rising CD Rebellion Records presents you the new wave of British close shave on the compilation album "New Breed Rising"! On this four-way split album the bands Queensbury Rules, Adverse Society, No Quarter and Steel Comb present to you that authentic British Oi! sound of the 80's!
  • Various - New Breed Rising Label: % British Oi! Productions, Rebellion Records Format: CD, Compilation Style: Oi! Tracklist: 01 - Queensbury Rules - New Breed Rising 02 - Queensbury Rules - Who Will Stand 03 - Queensbury Rules - Return To Agincourt 04 - Queensbury Rules - We Are Skinheads 05 - Adverse Society - Killing Spree.
  • box set/complete album/purples and blues vinyl: Unrest: Bavarian Mods And Other Hits: Teen Beat: Unrest: Isabel Bishop: Teen Beat: Unrest: Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl: K Records: Unrest: Animal Park: Teen Beat: Unrest: Complete (peel Sessions )? Fan Club Single? bootleg/limited edition (
  • Various - 2Tone Treasures - 12x7" Box (limited ed.) pre-order Kurzübersicht This 40th Anniversary 7” collection has been curated by Jerry Dammers, selecting his favourite 12 singles released on the label between and
  • DESCRIPTION. Unrest was a towering pillar of the American indie rock community throughout the early '90s -- from the tongue-in-cheek garage noise of their earliest efforts to the shimmering, manic pop thrills of their later, most enduring work, the band was a paragon of DIY virtue, perfecting a genre-hopping eclecticism and knowing, ironic lyrical outlook that virtually defined the sound and.
  • The fortunes of the music and new look were of course closely intertwined, with skinheads largely instrumental in propelling the music from Jamaica into the British charts. But while the singles and albums that became hits have since provided the focus for numerous compilations, the lesser known records, bought by the die-hards and aficionados.
  • The package features songs chosen by Paul Smiler Anderson and Mark Baxter in tandem with their book on UK skinhead culture – a working class underground that rose up in the late 60s with a very different vibe than its later American counterpart – British kids who were more down to earth than mods, and who had as much of an open ear for.
  • The Specials, also known as The Special AKA, are an English 2 Tone and ska revival band formed in in Coventry. After some early changes, the first stable lineup of the group consisted of Terry Hall and Neville Staple on vocals, Lynval Golding and Roddy Radiation on guitars, Horace Panter on bass, Jerry Dammers on keyboards, John Bradbury on drums, and Dick Cuthell and Rico Rodriguez on horns.