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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Kev Japan » Wed Sep 28, 2016 6:50 am

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Dixon Cider A.C. wrote:Stu is one of Sydney's goodest cunts

Yeah he's well good. He moved to Melbourne and lives round the corner. Also I just moved in with your mate Canadian Phil. Hes also quite swell, hes pretty into Nos i've noticed.


Oh fuck yeah dope. Canadian Phil rules


I met him in Tokyo a few months back. Nice bloke.

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Dixon Cider A.C. » Wed Sep 28, 2016 12:40 pm

The international punk scene is fuckin tiny

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Wed Sep 28, 2016 8:09 pm

Kev Japan wrote:
Dixon Cider A.C. wrote:
dave-brown wrote:Yeah he's well good. He moved to Melbourne and lives round the corner. Also I just moved in with your mate Canadian Phil. Hes also quite swell, hes pretty into Nos i've noticed.


Oh fuck yeah dope. Canadian Phil rules


I met him in Tokyo a few months back. Nice bloke.

Struth. Yeahhes lovely. Really into Japanese punk .I think hes doing the Deathside tour with Yeap. Not really my buzz but Pisschrist is reforming for it so it will be a hooternany for sure

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Fri Sep 30, 2016 12:16 am

Drax wrote:Does anyone have a strong, graceful, experienced but yet youthful horse which needs gobbing off? I'm simply yearning to wrap my laughing gear around a large throbbing horse member. I am in fact a horse cock enthusiast

Interesting Sam, but wrong forum site I'm afraid, try some Danish forum sites.

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Kev Japan » Fri Sep 30, 2016 10:54 am

dave-brown wrote:
Kev Japan wrote:
Dixon Cider A.C. wrote:
Oh fuck yeah dope. Canadian Phil rules


I met him in Tokyo a few months back. Nice bloke.

Struth. Yeahhes lovely. Really into Japanese punk .I think hes doing the Deathside tour with Yeap. Not really my buzz but Pisschrist is reforming for it so it will be a hooternany for sure


Sounds like a solid line-up.

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Drax » Fri Sep 30, 2016 5:15 pm

dave-brown wrote:I eat poo poos
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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:30 pm

Shut up Sam.

This is my new fav. These cunts are straight up and down, balls deep 82' as fuck.


Josh of recently played me Boner, the old Kiwi band. They are also pretty on the ball. I believe he downloaded it off one of Seans nifty blog sites


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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Dixon Cider A.C. » Thu Oct 20, 2016 11:27 am



This ones fuckin hearty.

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Thu Oct 20, 2016 9:25 pm

No Way Out Records wrote:http://www.punkvinyl.net/NZ_Punk_Archive/Band_Pages/DeathPaysAllDebts.htm

Yuss, thanks bro!

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Drax » Thu Oct 20, 2016 9:33 pm

To be fair though, that Exploited track is the shit.


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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:39 pm

Drax wrote:To be fair though, that Exploited track is the shit.


Go away sam.
The early singles are good. I'll give em that

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Drax » Sat Oct 22, 2016 7:51 pm

Only the demos.

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Wed Oct 26, 2016 8:11 pm


Always been a big Crux fan, but definately associate them more with OI!, The Crash side is wicked, definately got an OI! feel to it, but got some good raw 82 vocals, some two string solos and of course the most important ingredient to an 82' band..... a song about Thatcher.
Would go straight on Discogs and buy it, but I just spent the last of last weeks pay on an External Menace 7''. Good week for 82 for old brownie

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:07 pm



Neil looked a bit like Billy Idol

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Bolshy » Thu Oct 27, 2016 5:37 am

hahahahaha, yeah he did!!

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby No Way Out Records » Thu Oct 27, 2016 8:22 am

that drum sound!! :D

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Thu Nov 24, 2016 9:00 pm

as someone mentioned earlier, this record is fantastic....
https://www.discogs.com/Various-A-Count ... ter/266811

I wanted to cover an A.B.H song in my new band as they kick a bunch of arse, Country boy rocker is an awesome song that any kiwi punk who grew up semi rural can relate to. (by semi rural you can almost say anywhere except ak, weli or chch)
I was looking for more releases and found this.....
https://www.discogs.com/Various-This-Is ... ter/276328

oh dear, not covering them anymore

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Dead Kid » Thu Nov 24, 2016 10:18 pm

Change the lyrics, Jewdriver-style
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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

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dave-brown wrote:as someone mentioned earlier, this record is fantastic....
https://www.discogs.com/Various-A-Count ... ter/266811

I wanted to cover an A.B.H song in my new band as they kick a bunch of arse, Country boy rocker is an awesome song that any kiwi punk who grew up semi rural can relate to. (by semi rural you can almost say anywhere except ak, weli or chch)
I was looking for more releases and found this.....
https://www.discogs.com/Various-This-Is ... ter/276328

oh dear, not covering them anymore


Found this on a Wikipedia discussion, thought it was interesting:

""I hate to ask this question, but I can't avoid it... You also appeared on the "This Is White Noise" ep, alongside Skrewdriver, Brutal Attack, etc... Was ABH a white-power band? If so, are your views the same as they were then? Pete: That kind of happened toward the end. Getting stuff out was always hard and we made that call, probably not the best decision we ever made but it was a time when the band was cracking up, and well, maybe we thought releasing something would kind of re-focus us, who knows. We all make mistakes I guess. I don't want to make excuses, we did what we did and I stand by that. [...] But in answer to the other part of your question: We defiantly had a foot firmly and squarley in the skinhead camp and we make no apologies for that. Extreme views are a part of that culture but by no means all of it. I cannot give you a breakdown of the political views of all members of the band, but yes we were a British-and-proud-of-it outfit. We wore the Union Jack because we were proud to be British, but Nazis we were not. I am still proud of my heritage, but having worked in Bosnia over the last three years and having seen first hand just what that kind of extreme ideology means for real, I can tell you it's not pretty. I worked in Afghanistan in '86 and '88 with the Mujahadeen, risked my life and lost a friend. I have the greatest of respect for the people from that part of the world, their religion and their culture. I do not hate any group of people (except maybe hippies)."
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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby No Way Out Records » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:19 pm

yeah man.. fuck the hippies!!

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Drax » Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:04 am

dave-brown wrote:I wanted to cover an A.B.H song in my new band as they kick a bunch of arse, Country boy rocker is an awesome song that any kiwi punk who grew up semi rural can relate to. (by semi rural you can almost say anywhere except ak, weli or chch)
I was looking for more releases and found this.....
https://www.discogs.com/Various-This-Is ... ter/276328

oh dear, not covering them anymore

The promo clip for 'Don't Mess With the S.A.S.' is one of the dorkiest things I've ever seen. The singer does the world's gayest jump off the drum riser as the song kicks in, and the drummer is so awkward on camera he doesn't know where to look every time there's a shot of him.

Edit: Here it is:



0:31 is my favourite bit.

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:23 am

the croc wrote:
Found this on a Wikipedia discussion, thought it was interesting:

""I hate to ask this question, but I can't avoid it... You also appeared on the "This Is White Noise" ep, alongside Skrewdriver, Brutal Attack, etc... Was ABH a white-power band? If so, are your views the same as they were then? Pete: That kind of happened toward the end. Getting stuff out was always hard and we made that call, probably not the best decision we ever made but it was a time when the band was cracking up, and well, maybe we thought releasing something would kind of re-focus us, who knows. We all make mistakes I guess. I don't want to make excuses, we did what we did and I stand by that. [...] But in answer to the other part of your question: We defiantly had a foot firmly and squarley in the skinhead camp and we make no apologies for that. Extreme views are a part of that culture but by no means all of it. I cannot give you a breakdown of the political views of all members of the band, but yes we were a British-and-proud-of-it outfit. We wore the Union Jack because we were proud to be British, but Nazis we were not. I am still proud of my heritage, but having worked in Bosnia over the last three years and having seen first hand just what that kind of extreme ideology means for real, I can tell you it's not pretty. I worked in Afghanistan in '86 and '88 with the Mujahadeen, risked my life and lost a friend. I have the greatest of respect for the people from that part of the world, their religion and their culture. I do not hate any group of people (except maybe hippies)."


For someone whos as for diversity as he suggests he is, its a little strange hes not more embarrassed/apologetic for his conscious involvement with Rac and white power music. Its as if he knows he was in the wrong but hes too stubborn to admit it. People that stubborn are both dangerous and daft. Bit of a goose i reckon.

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Dixon Cider A.C. » Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:49 pm

Makes a good point re: hippies though

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby the croc » Sun Jul 30, 2017 9:23 pm

dave-brown wrote:
Kev Japan wrote:Mau Maus and Virus are both worth checking out.


Maus Maus are epic as, legit and fast punching. If you mean The Virus, they are street punk band from the states, sort of late 90's I think. Yanks often have great difficulty emulating uk82 brilliance. Street Punk definately stemmed from uk82 but the yank bands seem to produce a really non genuine street punk sound which is far too over produced and almost too marketable. But that is merely my opinion and also I was massively into that stuff in my late teens /early 20's. I think i still have my Virus and Cheap Sex records somewhere. I just listened to them on you tube, it wasn't even good for nostalgic purposes, The Virus do a good Blitz cover though.


This is the dude from Mau Maus today



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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby Dixon Cider A.C. » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:18 pm

Seriously though dude from mau maus has been fucked as fuck for about 35 years

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Re: UK82 appreciation thread

Postby dave-brown » Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:50 pm

I have a feeling there were two bands who shared that name. One L.A based, and one who stole the name and started in Sheffield not long after.

"Named after the 1950's secret political action from Kenya, and inspired by a U.S. Hardcore act of the same name, Sheffield's Mau Maus formed after leaving school in late '79. "

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