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It was a 4/5-piece anarchopunk/ska punk/ska-core band from Glasgow, Scotland.

Members: Alex - guitar/back vocals; Andi - lyrics/vocals; Issy - bass; Brad - drums; Stiff - bass, Ian Parker (R.I.P.) - drums/vocals; Jenny - saxophone; and many others.


1994 - Tresspass [EP, Tartan Records]
1995 - Watch Out! [EP, Tartan Records]
1996 - Tartan Material
1997 - Karma Chameleon [7’‘, Damaged Goods/Tartan Records]
1999 - Anaesthetized [EP, Self Destruct]

2000 - Forced Knowledge
2002 - 2x4=

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  • wretched-one

    Saw them play all over Scotland back in the 90's, great diy band and sadly missed!

    7 Feb 2014 Reply
  • kingcrabbie

    Saw them support king prawn years ago.quality

    25 Dec 2012 Reply
  • sobernuts

    this band will permanently remind me of an ex-girlfriend. oh well.

    3 Feb 2012 Reply
  • uglyfat

    Please stop redirecting Ex Cathedra here - just spell your own band correctly in the first place [2]

    18 Aug 2011 Reply
  • MerkelYouth

    Same here!

    25 Nov 2010 Reply
  • stepRideR_Ant

    more than a year passed since i discovered them, still in love with forced knowledge)

    28 Oct 2010 Reply
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    20 Mar 2010 Reply
  • wjshaw2

    Please stop redirecting Ex Cathedra here - just spell your own band correctly in the first place. I don't think these guys do Chamber music...

    15 Feb 2010 Reply
  • Turbocretin

    This band blew me away on more than one occasion.. Forced Knowledge is prob the best Uk Ska core album ever.. period!!

    28 Jul 2009 Reply
  • uhhsam

    band owns.

    20 Feb 2008 Reply

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