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Overground’s Artists – A Wealth of Talent

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The Jerks

The Jerks exemplified British Punk rock: raw urgent, fast and provocative. A strong visual image and no shortage of potential hit songs.

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The Art Attacks

The Art Attacks were a British punk band from April 1977 to March 1978 who released singles including "I am a Dalek"/"Neutron Bomb" and "Punk Rock Stars"/"Rat City".

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Naked

Naked came about from a jam session at the back of the Crown pub in Sheerness.

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Icon A.D.

Leeds Anarcho punks who began life in 1979 as Icon, and as such contributed 'Cancer' to the Bullshit Detector compilation in 1981

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Kronstadt Uprising

Formed in Southend-On-Sea in 1981 and known to most as active participants in the punk scene that spawned Crass, Flux Of Pink Indians, Poison Girls etc.

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Mirrors

Mirrors (a.k.a. the Mirrors) were a rock band from Cleveland, Ohio originally active 1973 - 1975, although some accounts indicate they formed as early as 1971 or 1972.

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The Carpettes

The Carpettes formed in 1977 in are a punk rock band from Houghton-le-Spring, Tyne and Wear, and released two albums on Beggars Banquet Records and recorded two Peel sessions. They split up in 1981, but reformed in 1996.

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The Licks

The Epileptics were Colin (The Terrible) Latter (vocals), Kevin Hunter (guitar), Derek Birkett (bass) and Richard Coveney (drums).

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Pseudo Existors

Lincoln’s Pseudo Existors were active on the UK Punk scene between 1978-1980