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Wise Moves concert leaflet (flyer - uggh, so American) from inside City Fun issue 20. Only Manchester act in sight are Slaughter and The Dogs (with Magazine coming soon).

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Artefact added : 10th March 2009
by Mike Noon
boy in exile Says –
Saw the cockney rejects at the new osbourne club and it was a scary night- west ham casuals outside the venue clashed with locals with baseball bats we ran all the way to piccadilly bus station to catch the night bus home- just your average manchester night out
COMMENT ADDED 14th March 2009
bb Says –
COMMENT ADDED 21st March 2009
Tony/Longfella Says –
That's a really interesting line-up showing the tail end of punk splitting into new wave, oi, ska/reggae, chart pop, stadium rock, goth, mod, indie etc.

Venue later the Thunderdome, was it?
COMMENT ADDED 4th April 2009
southsider Says –
If this is the club I'm thinking of, it was one, if not THE roughest place I've ever been in my life-I'm sure walking through modern-day Kabul would have nowt on a night out at the "New" (WTF did they do to the "Old Osbourne) Osbourne club. It was located in a delapidated shack, nestling in the middle of a primeval council estate. On the night in question, the gig had been cancelled and a small group of us got holed up in the club with a gang of racist thugs-average age 9 years old trying to kick the doors in. It was broad daylight and we had to get a -the indignity of it-police escort back to Piccadilly away from the baying feral urchins. I was glad to get back to the Factory/Russel Club which seemed sedate by comparison.
COMMENT ADDED 22nd October 2010
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