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Related Tags . Radical-force-of-nature performance poet/musician Attila the Stockbroker celebrates the 35th anniversary of his first gig with the publication of his autobiography ‘Arguments Yard’ in September 2015 . Launched into public consciousness by legendary Radio One DJ John Peel in 1982/83, he has spent 35 years touring the world as a self sustaining DIY one man cottage industry, performing well over 3000 gigs in 24 countries and releasing about 20 LPs/CDs and 7 books of… read more

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    he kindly helped me out with my master thesis on football in english literature some four years ago. he makes the most funny and at the same time most seriously political poems and the lyrics to his songs are so witty, so straight forward, so right. i just love him, i love the fact that there are people like him in the world making it a not-so-bad place after all... thanks, attila. thanks a lot.
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    To upload a cover click on the album above and then click on the "Upload cover" button.
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    If anyone would like to explain to me how to upload album cover images, I'd be very grateful. I can't work it out.
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    Hi - just posted the most recent upcoming gigs. There will be loads more! Cheers A
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    Hi everyone.Just to let you know that 'My Poetic Licence', my new poetry book, and associated Cd 'Spirit of the Age' are now out. Check them out at
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    His March of the Levellers was the start of my comprehendable leftist education, aged 10. I still love it.
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    Attilla shoud be the next major of London!
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    Not bad
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    Anyway, he's playing the Adelphi on April 11th, I'm playing the Adelphi tomorrow... who'll get the biggest cheers? Well, it won't be me but it'll be nice to think we almost shared the same stage, sort of... haha.

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