A hushed presence; morality built from millstone grit. Small people with colossal thoughts, creating futures that others could take for granted… and for their trouble, becoming memory, then becoming nothing at all.
Flailing and venomous, they came screaming by; and in those brief moments of noise and dread, the Dead Kennedys were ciphers for things that I never suspected. These things were all but lost on me, but to my dad — always interested in the music I professed to like, and intrigued by Numi Rode A White Horse - Anna Thorhallsdottir - Folk Songs Of Iceland as a social phenomenon, or as a new folk music — here was cause for alarm.
This was not like The Damned, who were feathered and boa-ed with the spirit of the music hall, and who were just a mouthful of gob away from being suitable guests on The Good Old Days. This was a world apart from The Stranglers, whose Hammond-driven pub rock and real-life cartoon capers threatened Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection one except the odd smart alec music scribe.
When I played the Dead Kennedys, I heard a sound that was scabrous and incandescent, that scorched the teak-effect music centre from whence it came. A decade and a half previously, it was this spirit that had made gun-runners out of bedroom fodder — the kids who would otherwise have spent their time with headphones clamped to their, er, heads. There was also so much cloaked meaning behind those furied Semtex-powered guitars that it could all be taken any number of ways.
The confusion was such that the Dead Kennedys were later obliged to release one song that said what it meant from first chord to last: Nazi Punks Fuck Off. If a bunch of comedic fez-wearers like Madness could find themselves with their own fascist following, for the Dead Kennedys there was surely no chance of escape.
There was earnest stroking of chins. Still, if it was felt I was heading for some kind of political and moral meltdown as a result of being seduced by this music and while I think I was more or less saved from such a fate, I do recall wantonly startling babysitters by playing California Uber Alles at extreme volumethere were other parents who took a rather different view….
In the autumn ofa school friend of mine returned from the summer break somewhat translated. Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection hair was cropped spikily short; his natural blond locks were streaked vivid orange; he wore a stud in his ear; his school trousers were calf-clingingly tight.
With famously wayward siblings and a gig-going mum and dad, he was only pursuing the family tradition, but to the rest of us, his was a lead we wanted to follow. They were there to see the band. Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection see the band and spend some time with their son. It was, in effect, a gob-flecked family picnic; somewhere to take the kids; a nice evening out — like going to the panto.
Rather than songs called Kill The Poor. Which went to prove little, except that, in the words of teenagers everywhere: life Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection so unfair. From the name on the knife blade. From the place where you once changed trains. From Orgreave. From Hillsborough. From names that Les Humphries Singers - Carnival the soul.
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From the hole in the road. From Caborn Corner to the Town Hall steps. From banners, from stirrings, from placards, from speeches.
From Looks and Smiles. From the night bus on High Street. From the 1pm whistle. From fingerless gloves and jumble sale coats. From Whitbread and Wards. From staring at the horizon from bus stops: from the 59, the 17, the 24 and the From top decks fag-butt littered, smoked like a kipper.
From the Owls, from the Blades… and from the pigs. From the biggest village in England, the one with summat to prove. Cars burning; police running; men dying. Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection April, the streets of Brixton had been in flames; to most they were riots, to some they were rebellions, though what they were is a discussion for another time. Here was mass protest that looked all the more polite thanks to the scale of the violence that enclosed it.
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It was horrific and irresistible; alien and strange. They faded until their shadows consumed them, yet still we came to know their faces, smiling out from photographs taken when they were just young men with something to prove. Round, solid, real young men; whose deaths meant more of that fighting on the streets. Ends of tethers; varying degrees of desperation. It was the way she chose to do things, that Prime Minister who seemed constantly at war. Hunger strikers died throughout that summer, and in July it was the turn of Moss Side, Handsworth and Toxteth to blaze throughout the night.
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If you were light of skin and dark of temperament, and bunked your nervous way into inner city blues clubs, you could by now be earning a few handy bob writing the sleevenotes to lavish Brit-reggae box sets. The world was teeming with punk groups who could have contributed to your pension plan!
Magazine, Wire, X Ray Spex. But The Stranglers? That glowering misogynist cartoon? Too pop, too pub, too prog. It was music for hod carriers drinking fizzy keg bitter. Like a CO 2 belch in the face. Front of stage, they were all toughness and menace; JJ Burnell with his top off and his bass slung at his waist looked very much like the iconic image of Sid Vicious in the depths of his dereliction.
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But crucially, The Stranglers knew how to squeeze out success from the unlikeliest of source material; bemoaning the lack of Shakesperoes in contemporary society, for example. They had hit singles, proper pop smashes, that you could whistle and which sounded good on Top of the Popsand they kept them coming year after year, long after their contemporaries had either packed it all in or drifted too far into the mainstream.
Indeed, those hit singles may be part of the problem; they simply had too many catchy melodies to their name. So when it comes to attempting to establish a credible pop pedigree for myself, I may as well disregard the first gig I ever went to, the event that brought this badge into my life. An abandoned Victorian theatre turned makeshift music venue, I knew it only as the semi-derelict shell that sat across from The Crucible; having served time as a bingo hall in the s, it was waiting for its number to finally come up and for the council to knock it down.
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I suppose I still carry with me the damage done that night; a fraction of the sonic world is lost to me and I can never get it back. Harsh times. So some people went into the s with a smack addiction. Others lost their jobs, their homes, their marbles. But not me, oh no. Because, it seems, I went into the new decade with Cowen Barrett, a supplier of bathrooms and kitchens, and heating! How better to mark the onset of the decade of hip-hop, of house music, of hair gel, than with a chocolate-brown bathroom suite whose none-mores colour scheme was about ten minutes away from going bang out of date; like voting Labour, Argens Bag - John McLaughlin - Extrapolation British Leyland, and black and white telly.
It was a colour scheme chosen to be in and of the moment — that exact moment, being the dying days of flares and bare feet and luxurious shag pile rugs, of hessian on the walls and Habitat tubular chrome. It was not designed to take account of changing global conditions — the creeping pastelisation of our world. So I did do my bit, scrubbing away at the chalky deposits as the water screwed its way down the plug.
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The officers would Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection introduced in assembly, or perhaps they would visit us in our classrooms, and they would tell us how to cross the road, like Tufty. He was a squirrel who was learning the Green Cross Code, the ancient lore that instructed us in the whys and wherefores of not being flattened by traffic.
He was a good squirrel, from a good home; sometimes he got things wrong, and was mildly rebuked — for suddenly emerging from behind an ice-cream van perhaps, or for running into the road for his ball. He would hang his head and accept the chastisement; and because we knew Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection Tufty was our representative in this woodland suburbia, we — for the most part — wanted to act like Tufty.
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Right again. I blame the boys who lived down the road; one older than me, one younger. They were a pair of brothers whose Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection game was war; it was something they knew about, were interested in; they could always ID the uniforms on those tiny soldiers who came attached to a rectangle of plastic.
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These were scratchy, inky worlds of maverick soldiers and hired guns who thought nothing of opening fire on a frame full of men. And there was I, the offspring of peacenik parents who were veterans of the Aldermaston Marchabsorbed in these stories of bloodshed and honour, fighting and death. And it was a world I wanted to join…. Because this badge is the insignia of Lord Peter Flint, the aristocratic secret agent who lent his own codename to the comic in which he starred: Warlord.
His was the tradition of the playboy spy whose dazzling espionage skills were masked by his aristocratic sportsmanship, his carsmanship and his boatsmanship — his shipsmanship if you will. You could imagine him deep inside enemy territory, slitting the throat of an unsuspecting guard before Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection a cigar with a distress flare and taking out the machine gun nest with a Molotov cocktail made from the finest single malt.
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Now though when I look Herd & Fitz Feat Abigail Bailey / Herd & Kent - Release The Pressure - 2007 Mix / Shore Thing this badge, I still feel a shudder of shame that I was so entranced by a comic with a name like Warlord.
Through my now adult eyes, I can see how it misrepresented the near and still-painful past, how it was more or less morally askew, how its weekly parade of death might numb small minds against the reality of battle. And it still goes on — though I feel relieved that to my kids a war story is something that happens in space rather than something that happened to their grandad. But ultimately, I think, it was the story that mattered, not the dying. So though the context was problematic, the narrative, in the end, won through.
I was a Warlord agent, ready for action, eager to do my bit for Harry, England and Saint George; but it was a fiction, a fantasy, a nonsense.
Better to have the contrary position seeded in the back of my mind than to have had the comic banned outright; because here I am, an adult, completely devoid of blood lust.
Perhaps this is the moment I realise that I will never willingly sit cross-legged again. Because this is Not Comfortable At All. No sir. Not one little bit. In future, I will certainly demand a chair. And in making this choice, I sense that perhaps I have raised a barrier of expectation between myself and the people around me. Because many of these tens of thousands who are awaiting the arrival of the Rolling Stones once made a very different decision.
These people — who are now entering middle age, rather like my dad who sits next to me — dreamt of a world without chairs, metaphorically speaking. How disappointed they must be with my generation, I think, with our angular funk, our short backs and sides, our pop stars who get dressed up in suits.
Thing is, my dad asked a while ago if I wanted to see the Rolling Stones in Leeds. Old blokes from the s — who were famous before I was born? But then I heard whisperings at school; friends I respected said they wished they could be here, said they wished they could witness Mick and Keith in action — to see, they implied, how it should be done. And I was puzzled, suddenly insecure in my musical preferences: so… do we like the Rolling Stones now then I wondered?
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