Friday, 2 December 2016

FLUX OF PINK INDIANS























"Strive to survive causing least suffering possible"
Year:    1982
Country:    UK
City:     Bishop's Stortford
Label:    Spiderleg
Format:    CD , LP
Tracks:    15
Time:    40 min.
Lyrical themes:    anarchism, pacifism
Genre:    rock
Style:            Post Punk













FLUX OF PINK INDIANS were an anarcho-punk band from Hertfordshire, who released 3 completely different LP's from 1982 - 1986. The first was hardcore angry punk, the third, a mixture of protest tunes, dub, funk and drums. The second LP has the most offensive title ever conceived, and is an incredible burst of noise, political fury and melody. Originally released on the band’s own Spiderleg label, One Little Indian will re-issue Flux Of Pink Indians classic 1983 debut album ‘Strive To Survive Causing Least Suffering Possible’ on 7th July 2013. The double vinyl pressing includes the re-mastered album and the band’s original demos, while the 3CD package adds bonus track ‘Tube Disaster’ – the band’s infamous debut single - and a live set from Shepherds Bush Empire in November 2007, the band reforming for a one-off supporting ex-Crass singer’s Steve Ignorant’s ‘Feeding Of The 5000’ show.
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