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Added 14th March 2009 by boy in exile


Record / CD / Tape
State Victims
Mayflower Club
19th January 1984

The Final and most depressing record company knock back- by this time the band live were regularly playing with well known second wave punk Oi bands SUCH AS; Discharge, Exploited, Engish Dogs, UK subs, Peter and the test tube babies- Anti pasti, Chron Gen.

The reply from the record company was an early sign of the begining of the end of the second wave of Oi/Punk as far as 7 inch vinyl sales goes- the letter goes on to say "Even the most well known bands are currently only selling 1500 copies so we have stopped taking on new bands".

But life went on and the punk oi scene carried on strong but dissapeared more underground and evolved into thrash metal and a forerunner of death metal - well perhaps !! By late 1984 the band called it a day. It was fun while it lasted

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