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Formed in 1976, as the UK Subversives, in London, United Kingdom the original line up consisted of Harper, Nicky Garrett (guitar), Pete Davies (drums) and Paul Slack (bass), although the line-up of the band changed frequently. Their style combined the energy of punk and the rock and roll edge of the then thriving pub rock scene.

Early success was found with singles such as "Warhead", "I Live in a Car", and "Tomorrow's Girls", with several of their songs managing to… read more

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  • Avatar for KurtBell
    New album is another cracker. Ive give a few listens and some tracks are really starting to come through.
  • Avatar for thami_carvalho
    Geração 666 http://www.geracao666.com.br/ Long live free punx download! (A)
  • Avatar for KurtBell
    New album is another cracker. Ive give a few listens and some tracks are really starting to come through.
  • Avatar for Plodman
    no post only punk
  • Avatar for JohnnyMath
    I feel a little bit of post-punk when I listen to this band. Amazing by the way
  • Avatar for S1D1991
    Greetings from Ukraine.
  • Avatar for GothicBowie666
    http://www.snoozecontrol.be/index.php/reviews/18-concertreviews/2578-u-k-subs-tv-smith-les-slugs-cc-lessines-22-02-2014
  • Avatar for KiffKong
    In my opinion [track artist=UK Subs]Warhead[/track] is an anti-nuclear / anti-war song. I don't know what led you to think the lyrics are anti-religious. Even if they were, why would it ma'er? But otherwise, it's certainly not racist!
  • Avatar for Element_X
    because you know i would feel bad digging the tune
  • Avatar for Element_X
    alright so don't give me shit but after hearing warhead on "this is england".... was that supposed to be a racist (or anti-religious) song? against islam that is.

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