One of the best players of the 70s, and one of the best ever at Orient, was Laurie Cunningham. As you’ll see in this profile from Shoot, 9 October, 1976, he had great taste in music. He was even featured in the NME. Sadly his career was cut short in 1989 when, aged 33, he died in a car crash.
A bit of satire poking fun at Seething Wells from NME, 25 June, 1983.
Director Franc Roddam and star Phil Daniels talk to the NME, 12 May, 1979.
A scooter crashes on the rocks and smashes to bits. The curtain closes.
From Sounds, 9 June, 1979.
The NME, 2 April, 1983, savages Attila’s first album. As he frequently points out, he’s still with us and the NME is an advertising freesheet these days.
A suedehead band that never really was.
They took their name from the loose gang in Richard Allen’s book Suedehead.
From iffy ‘zine Beyond The… 1985 and a piss poor review from Plymouth skinhead ‘zine Tell Us The Truth,1985
This from Deek from Oi Polloi’s ‘zine Skinhead Havoc, 1984
From Record Mirror, 18 February, 1978
“… a constant shower of beer and spit”.