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The Redskins

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THE REDSKINS were a band of the 80s, notable for their Marxist politics, anti-racist / anti-Nazi stance and catchy, danceable songs. Their music combined from soul, rockabilly or punk. They formed in York in 1980, with Chris Dean (vocals/guitar), Martin Hewes(bass/backing vocals) and Nick King (drums). Chris Dean wrote for NME magazine under the name X. Moore. Dean and Hewes were members of the Socialist Workers Party. The band members wore skinhead clothing styles and they helped inspire the red-skin movement and bands such as:Red London, Banda Bassoti or Strawman.

The band released their first single, "Lev Bronstein", on the CNT record label in 1982. They released one more single, "Lean On Me", on CNT before signing to London Records. Nick King was replaced in 1985 by Paul Hookham. The band released one full album, "Neither Washington Nor Moscow", before splitting up at the end of 1986.

WEB = http://www.redskins.co.uk/
FORUM = http://revolutionrock.proboards.com/
MYSPACE = https://myspace.com/redskinsunofficial
WIKIPEDIA = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Redskins

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