Flux Of Pink Indians/Epileptics - Fits And Starts (Music CD)

Release Date: 30 November 2009
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One of the most essential releases in Doctor Strange's ongoing series of historical punk reissues, Fits and Starts collects the early history of one of the most important bands in '80s U.K. punk, Flux of Pink Indians. Although Flux of Pink Indians were affiliated with the Crass collective and the fiery political polemics found here prove the deep connection, they were musically closer to the Mekons, in that the group consistently explored musical themes and ideas outside of the three-chord punk that originally inspired them. (This questing spirit led the group to found the One Little Indian label, one of the few '80s indies to score big on the pop charts -- with the Sugarcubes and the Heart Throbs, among others -- and still stay true to its collective roots.) This compilation, however, focuses entirely on the group's raucous, shouty, and propaganda-oriented early days; indeed, the first three-quarters of the compilation consists of previously unreleased recordings made in 1979-1980 under their original (and most fitting) name, the Epileptics. This is barebones agit-pop punk, strictly for fans of the style, but it's an essential historical document that at its best reminds listeners of the overwhelming power of the early peace punk movement. ~ Stewart Mason
Release Date: 30 November 2009

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Catalogue No: DSR097CD