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Condemned 84

Condemned 84
Origin Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Genres Oi!
1980 (1980)-present
Labels Oi!, RFB, Grade 1, Link, Rock-O-Rama, Street Punk, Step-1, R 'n' B, Hammer, Hit, Dim, Haunted Town
Website www.condemned84.com
Members Kev
Gunk
Mark
Mark Magee
Floyd
Mick
Cliff
Baysey
Dave
Wayne
Chris Heath

Condemned 84 is a British Oi! band. According to their website, the band was formed in 1980 as Criminal Tendencies, changing their name in 1983 to Condemned, and in 1984 to Condemned 84.[1]

In 1986 on the Isle of Wight at the annual scooter rally one of their concerts deteriorated into a riot. Performances by several Oi! bands, including The Business and Vicious Rumours, drew a number of skinheads, and following the concert, some attendees attacked vendors, caterers and security staff.[2]

The band was part of the Rock Against Communism movement and released an EP in 2015 of these songs.[3]

Discography

As per the Condemned 84 official website:[4]

Albums

  • Battle Scarred (Oi! Records, 1986)
  • Face the Aggression (Grade 1 Records, 1988)
  • Live & Loud (Link Records, 1989)
  • Storming to Power (Rock-O-Rama, 1993)
  • Amongst the Thugs (Step-1 Music, 1995)
  • Blood On Yer Face (R 'n' B Records, 1999)
  • No One Likes Us... We Don't Care (Hit Records, 2004)
  • In From the Darkness (Haunted Town Records, 2011)

Singles/EPs

  • 5-track Demo Tape Cassette (self released)
  • Oi! Ain't Dead EP (RFB Records, 1986)
  • In Search of the New Breed EP (RFB Records, 1987)
  • Euro '96 EP (Grade 1 Records, 1995)
  • "Bootboys"/"In Yer Face" - (Hammer Records, 1999)
  • "Battle"/"No Way In" (Haunted Town Records, 2003)
  • The Real Oi! EP (Haunted Town Records, 2011)

Compilations

  • The Boots Go Marching In (Rock-O-Rama, 1991)
  • Battle Scarred/Live & Loud (Street Punk Records, 1993)
  • The Best Of (Step-1 Music, 2005)

External links

References

  1. ^ http://www.condemned84.com/pages/history.shtml Accessed 22 December 2010
  2. ^ Ian "Iggy" Grainger. Scooter Lifestyle. Veloce Publishing Ltd, 2008. ISBN 1-84584-152-2, ISBN 978-1-84584-152-2. Pg 30
  3. ^ https://www.discogs.com/Condemned-84-RAC-EP/release/7129149 discogs.org. Accessed 19 February 2018
  4. ^ http://www.condemned84.com/pages/dicography.shtml Accessed 22 December 2010

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