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Bishops Green (CA)
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Vicious Rumours (UK)
Bishops Green is a melodic, hard-hitting street-punk band from Vancouver, Canada.
The group draws creative influence from the early 80′s punk rock and European Oi! scenes. Bands like Blitz, Stiff Little Fingers, Cock Sparrer and Minor Threat.
Formed in the spring of 2011 [although the roots of band reach back to the late 1990's] Bishops Green is quickly establishing a presence on the Western Canadian punk scene and is developing a loyal fan-base throughout North America and abroad in Europe.
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Toy Dolls are an English punk rock band formed in 1979. While much punk rock is political or angry, Toy Dolls worked within the esthetics of punk to express a sense of fun, with songs such as "Yul Brynner Was A Skinhead", "My Girlfriend's Dad's A Vicar" and "James Bond Lives Down Our Street." There is often alliteration in their song titles (e.g. "Peter Practice's Practice Place", "Fisticuffs in Frederick Street", "Neville is a Nerd").
Their albums usually include a cover version of a well-known hit song, usually sped up to the usual punk rock tempo. Covers have include: "Toccata in Dm", "Sabre Dance", "Livin' La Vida Loca", "Lazy Sunday Afternoon", "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) and "The Final Countdown." They have also recorded parodie...
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1) Vicious Rumours is a UK Oi!/street punk band formed early 1979 in south London. Currently planning a reunion and very much active again.
Not to be confused with the US metal band (Vicious Rumors)
Various lineup changes through the early years due to the changing face of British punk music led to the band adopting a style more in line with the OI! sounds that were coming from London's east end (just over the river and turn left!)
The band name was arrived upon after watching an episode of Kojak!
Legends in their native south London/North Kent area from early on, the band played with just about every local punk/skinhead/rock band that was arou...