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Red Army was a New Orleans, USA based punk band active from 1988 - 1991. In addition to memorable performances at such landmarks as Storyville and Tipitina’s, Red Army was notorious for their vocal opposition to racism during the height of David Duke’s popularity in Louisiana. In October 1989 Red Army recorded ten tracks at Stonee’s Studio in New Orleans, four of which were released as the Misspent Youth 7” ep under the band’s own Robot Tank label. All 500 copies were quickly sold after favorable reviews in MRR and elsewhere. Red Army reunited in October 2007 after seventeen years for Raise the Dead Festival II.

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Edited by yJURAy on 24 Nov 2010, 23:52

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Formed in
  • 1988
Split in
  • 1991
Reformed in
  • 2007
Founded in
  • New Orleans, USA
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