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A band/project called epic problem(after the fugazi track)
My good friend Tony at suspect device fanzine descibed us as sounding like leatherface, the lief ericsson with a touch of blitz.
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Smalltown is a powerpop/punkband from Sweden with three members. Karl L on guitar and vocals, Karl T on drums and Lobbe on bass. www.myspace.com/smalltownsweden Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
The Filaments are a street-punk band with brass. They formed in 2000 in Chelmsford, Essex UK. Influences cited include Rancid, The Clash, Operation Ivy, The Business, The 4-Skins, and The Specials.
Their debut album 'Skull and Trombones' was released in 2001 on New Blood Records and tours with The Casualties, Deadline and Roger Miret and The Disasters followed this release. The Filaments gained a reputation for their immense live shows in the UK, and on the European mainland.
Their second album ‘..Whats Next?’ was released in 2004 on Household Name Records. This time the band showed a greater depth in song writing; UK '82 style punk was mixed with a wide range of influences including Dub, 2-tone influenced ska and P...
There are several artists/group who share the name Hooligan. One of them is a Korean rock band.
Here is what Hooligan (훌리건) have to say about themselves on their official site:
These aren’t the hooligans that go crazy over football.
No, these five guys simply share a common passion for music and their music is listed #1 on their crucial list.
They don’t care what the world thinks of them nor do they give any concerns to how others might see them.
These people, they’re just a group of perhaps simple-minded and perhaps somewhat odd men who go crazy for music.
They are THE Hooligans.
As long as they’re making and playing their music, they’ve got nothing in the world to fear.