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T-Shirts – £10
Available as small breast print (approx 9cm) or large front print (men's – approx 22cm, women's – approx 18cm). Striking and to-the-point!
Printed with tough flex material on Gildan 205g t's (Fair Labor Association, Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production and Oeko-Tex standards) for men's shirts and Skinnifit (Skinnifit's Ethical Policy) SK101 t's for women's shirts. All colours shown are approximate.
S, M, L, XL, men's standard fit and women's skinnifit.
Our clothing is usually printed to order, so please allow a couple of weeks for us to do this.
All of the above designs are available as 1" badges – design #5 is silver and black, the rest are as shown.
1 for £0.35 / 3 for £1 / 6 for £1.80
VINYL – 7"
Burnt Cross – Break The Law Not The Poor – £3.50
"The brothers Marriot show no let up in their output as yet another explosive blast of full-blooded anarcho-punk is committed to vinyl. Rob combines metal-edged fuck-off guitar and bare-knuckle bass with a cleverly-programmed drum machine to produce music that's steeped in the legacy of the Crass bands without sounding in the least bit hackneyed, while Paul spits out the vocals with a ferocity that's well-matched to the lyrics." – Old Punks Never Die! (4 tracks, Tadpole Records, Lukket Avdeling Records, Loud Punk Records, Opiate Records, Rawby Records, Active Rebellion, Arripurri Records, Schizo, Höhnie Records, Rusty Knife Records)
Doom – Police Bastard – £3.50 (final repress)
"This was the second release ever by Profane Existence Records and is considered a masterpiece of "crust". There are at least five different versions of the cover, but all of the Profane Existence vinyl were made using plates copied from the original masters. These are pressed on on totally random colored marbled wax and no two records are exactly the same." – Profane Existence (5 tracks, US import, Profane Existence)
Angelic Upstarts – Sons Of Spartacus – £5
"The Angelic Upstarts don't pull any punches on their latest studio full-length. Sons Of Spartacus marks an evolutionary step for the band with a new lineup and all-new material that will charge young and old fans alike." – Insurgence Records (15 tracks, Canadian import, Insurgence Records)
The Blaggers – United Colors Of… – £5
United Colors inspired a generation of anti-fascists and The Blaggers became one of the most talked-about bands in the UK. Their notoriety had much to do with their tough anti-fascist stance and the violence that occasionally erupted at gigs. However, this was backed up by classic anthemic tunes that owed as much to the attitudes and sounds of rave culture as they did to punk rock. Also includes the 'Blaggamuffin' 6-track EP and 3 rare bonus tracks (20 tracks, German import, Mad Butcher Records)
Bottlejob – Take It On The Chin – £6
"This release is great straight-up Oi!, very much in the spirit of The Oppressed and The Business. It includes the brilliant anti-fascist anthem 'Sitting On The Fence', which lays it out straight to those who think fascist politics have anything to do with our scene – fuck off!" (11 tracks + video clip, French import, Casual Records)
The Brat Attack – Those Who Sow Sorrow Shall Reap Rage – £5
"This is anthemic rebel noise done right proper! Clearly designed to upset our enemies and fire us up in equal measure, the tracks are a finely-tuned and targeted assault on the stupidity that constitutes the current social order. It's a big target, but The Brats main-line their attack straight into the system's nerve centre. This is music that goes well beyond the meaningless clichés often found in lesser offerings." Old Punks Never Die! (14 tracks, Canadian import, Rebel Time Records)
Broadcast Zero – Yesterday you Could Change The World – £5
"Brick-solid riffs, razor-sharp bass, muscle-punching rhythms and vox that demand attention RIGHT FUCKIN' NOW blend effortlessly together. It's a solid no-nonsense balls-out streetpunk n' roll beat…I challenge any one of you to get through this CD without punching the air lots, contorting your face into a vein-popping diabolic shade of red, hollering along with the band in a brothers-and-sisters-in-arms kinda way and resolving to revolt at every opportunity that crosses your path." – Old Punks Never Die! (14 tracks, Canadian import, Rebel Time Records)
The Class War Kids – Reflection! Rage! Rebellion! – £5
"'Reflection! Rage! Rebellion!' is a matchless mix of music and message. It’ll have you both rocking the dance floor and rocking the boat. It’s upbeat, it’s infectious and it’ll leave you wanting to rise up angry while you get down tonight. Dig it!" – Rebel Time Records (14 tracks, Canadian import, Rebel Time Records)
The Fallout – Dismantlement – £5
"The Fallout play straight-up, stripped-down politically-charged punk rock that's got backbone and backbeat. This album is chock full of passionate and positive punk rock – timely and topical tunes that aim to both agitate and educate. For fans of: THE CLASH, DOA, SLF." – Insurgence Records (13 tracks, Canadian import, Insurgence Records)
The Freebooters – Ordinary Level Oi! – £5
The band and label have donated extra CDs to help the anti-fascist cause. "Debut CD of the eagerly awaited legendary Irish street/Oi! punk band The Freebooters, this is 12 tracks of some catchy, tight and pacy punk tunes that has an odd bit of ska and reggae. Ex – The Dagda, Pink Turds In Space, Nappyrash, Toxic Waste, The Poke, Bleeding Rectum." – Distro-y Records (12 tracks, Irish import, Distro-y Records)
Murder Disco Experience – Complete Discography 1997-2004 – £5
"The wonderful thing about MURDER DISCO X is that all the songs here sound consistent, pent up fury and anger from start to finish. Great recording quality from start to finish, which is a big plus to my ears. Exciting fast and furious 80's styled hardcore, with great d-beat sensibilities and rip roaring songs. No cannon fodder here, all highly charged incendiary, adrenalin pumping core to the max." – Direct Hit Fanzine (36 tracks, American import, Profane Existence Records)
Mutual Assured Destruction (M.A.D.) – Americans Aren't Born, They're Made – £3
"'Americans Aren't Born, They're Made' is a 14 track CD of all of our songs from the time the band began in 2003 up until the end of 2005. This CD lashes out against the policies of George Bush, the Neo Cons, the Oil industries, the arms industries, religion and government sponsorship of terrorism around the world." – M.A.D. Kindly donated by the band (14 tracks, American import, Contagium Records)
Oi Polloi / Kansalaistottelemattomuus – Cyklopen Benefit EP – £4.50
This is a benefit release to raise cash to help rebuild the Cyklopen cultural centre in Stockholm, which was destroyed in a neo-Nazi arson attack in 2008. Work is scheduled to begin this year. Oi Polloi should need no introduction, belting out ultra-powerful street crust with a hard political message. Kansalaistottelemattomuus follow a similar path but with their own twist. Comes in a full colour gatefold digipack with a 24 page booklet packed full of background info. (4 tracks, Front Cover Records)
The Rebel Spell – It's A Beautiful Future
"These young but well-established veterans of the Canadian punk scene have pulled off a neat trick with their latest release, managing to capture the passion at the heart of our culture and condense it into 12 tracks and 30-something minutes of life-enhancing music. Packed with more energy than a vegan's farts, the band blast their way through the walls of oppression with their sounds of inspiration." – Old Punks Never Die! (12 tracks, Canadian import, Rebel Time Records)
The Redskins – Epilogue – £5
"The Redskins never surrendered music quality over political message. In fact, their soul-infused dance-punk was a perfect accompaniment to their socialist doctrine. This bands live and breathed it, ran the gauntlet, dressed the part and managed to keep a shit-load of skinheads from falling into the ranks of the National Front/BNP whilst making them aware that left-wing politics are the true politics of the working classes. Take no heroes, only inspiration. Brilliant." – Maximum Rock 'N' Roll (13 tracks, Canadian import, Insurgence Records)
The Rotten – Enemy Of The State – £5
"'Enemy Of The State' is a solid slab of gritty, gruff, fast and furious 77-style punk rock n' roll. It's raw, it's raging and it's rocket-fueled. You get songs about love, hate, beer, smashing the state, fast cars and capitalist pigs. It's snotty, it's snide, it's raucous and rockin and it'll hit you harder than a bullet-belt to the head." – Rebel Time Records (13 tracks, Canadian import, Rebel Time Records)
Stage Bottles – I'll Live My Life! – £5
Sometimes anti-social, ALWAYS anti-fascist! "The SBs continue to serve up their signature brand of saxaphone-powered melodies that appeal to the hardcore/punk audience as much as they do their devoted skinhead fan base. This release marks another progression for this prolific outfit." – Insurgence Records (11 tracks, Canadian import, Insurgence Records)
Stage Bottles – (We Need A) New Flag – £5
"Germany's Stage Bottles are back in active service with a new full length CD. The North American version features exclusive artwork and a bonus 13th track from the band's contribution to the Hooligan Streetwear compilation." – Insurgence Records (13 tracks, Canadian import, Insurgence Records)
Stage Bottles – Power For Revenge – £5
Eight tracks of new material that build and improve on what's gone before. Great melodies, a more developed sound and classic old-fashioned straight talking from a band that flies the anti-fascist flag with pride. (8 tracks, German import, Mad Butcher Records)
Various Artists – Fuck Fascism Before It Fucks You: A Tribute To The Oppressed – £5
"In true internationalist spirit, bands from across the globe have paid their respects to Roddy and the boys with their own takes on The Oppressed's back catalogue. My personal faves are Toro Bravo's (Lithuania) rendition of 'Don't Look Back' and Singapore's The Bois 'Fuck Fascism' but, with 18 tracks on offer, there should be enough choice to please the fussiest of anti-fascists." Old Punks Never Die! (18 tracks, Polish import, Skinhead Revolt Records)
Various Artists – Class Pride World Wide Vol 2 – £5
"The second compilation in the Class Pride series, featuring an all-new lineup of uncompromising street bands from a selection of countries around the world. Class Pride 2 brings you new, rare and unreleased tracks from streetpunk veterans and lesser-known outfits alike." – Insurgence Records (21 tracks, Canadian import, Insurgence Records)
Various Artists – Hate The State Vol 2 – £5
Includes unreleased songs from the upcoming Brigada Flores Magon and Jeunesse Apatride releases! "A collection of romantic ballads to soothe the soul and fuel the fire." – Fire & Flames (18 tracks, German import, Fire & Flames Music)
Various Artists – Make Capitalism History – £5
This is a sampler CD with 20 tracks from 20 bands, originally released to increase awareness about the G8 summit in 2007 as well as raise cash towards the mobilisation and those arrested during it. The CD features a talented bunch of folk, punk, ska and other musicians playing rabble-rousing tunes in a fine display of international solidarity. There's also a booklet in 6 languages and a comprehensive list of links to encourage action. (20 tracks, German import, Fire & Flames Music / Avanti / Lucha Amada)
Various Artists – Skanking The Scum Away – £5
A truly international effort as ska(punk) bands from around the world come together to bang out some top quality skankin' tunes for the anti-fascist masses. This is music to get you on your feet, whether you're dancing or stomping on boneheads! (21 tracks, German import, Black Butcher Records)
Various Artists – SolidariTAT! Solidarity With Russian Antifa – £5
A global compilation covering every aspect of street music and culture. No matter how they play it, the bands shout loud against the fascist scum while helping to raise awareness of the situation in Russia. (21 tracks, German import, Mad Butcher Records)
Various Artists – United Skins – £5
This is a celebration of international working class skinhead culture and diversity. It pulls together bands who stand firm in the face of the fascist threat and aren't afraid to wear their antifa hearts on their sleeves. (25 tracks, German import, Mad Butcher Records)