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Redskins, The

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The Redskins: Keeping On And On

Interview by Adam Sweeting, Melody Maker, 11 February 1984

Adam Sweeting weathers a storm of political invective from THE REDSKINS ...

The Redskins, Attila the Stockbroker, Seething Wells: Right to Work March, Southwark, London

Live Review by Garry Bushell, Sounds, 6 March 1982

RIGHT TO Work Marchers, like punks, skins and soccer herberts, are apparently fair game for any Old Bill trying to keep his 'nick-nick' quota up ...

The Redskins: The Insanity Clause

Interview by Helen Fitzgerald, Melody Maker, 29 June 1985

Back on the road and with their new single 'Bring It Down' receiving accolades from all directions, THE REDSKINS are demonstrating that there's still life ...

The Redskins: Acne In The UK

Interview by Jack Barron, Sounds, 18 January 1986

Kicking and screaming into '86 against injustices to the oppressed and themselves come THE REDSKINS. JACK BARRON explores the left side of their collective brain ...

Red On Arrival: The Redskins

Report and Interview by Lynden Barber, Melody Maker, 8 December 1984

"TUC LEADER Norman Willis tells Arthur Scargill a few home truths," they said on Channel 4 news last night (and this is the Left Wing ...

The Tube: Thank God It's Friday

Interview by Lynden Barber, Melody Maker, 23 February 1985

MALCOLM GERRIE is the man behind Tyne Tees' groundbreaking pop TV show The Tube. Lynden Barber went to Newcastle to investigate the programme and its ...

The Redskins, Billy Bragg, Bronski Beat: Institute of Contemporary Art, London

Live Review by Paul Bradshaw, New Musical Express, 14 January 1984


The Redskins: Neither Washington Nor Moscow (Decca FLP I)

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 8 March 1986


The Redskins: Central Polytechnic, London

Live Review by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, 4 January 1986

THE ONLY soul we got tonight was the pre-gig tape, sublime Seventies slices of Billy Paul, Fontella Bass, Womack... Personally, I was grateful — I ...

Sisters Of Mercy, Redskins, Crap, Crap, Crap, Crap: York Racecourse

Live Review by Susan Williams, New Musical Express, 29 September 1984


* William Shaw Sympathises With... The Redskins

Interview by William Shaw, Smash Hits, 17 July 1985

* They think Live Aid is sickening* They reckon the Queen must feel a complete wally"* They want to bring down "post-war consumer capitalism"* They're ...


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