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Flux Of Pink Indians - 1986 - Uncarved Block

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    Flux Of Pink Indians - 1986 - Uncarved Block
    • 01 - The Value Of Nothing.mp3
    • 02 - Youthful Immortal.mp3
    • 03 - Just Is.mp3
    • 04 - Children Who Know.mp3
    • 05 - Backword.mp3
    • 06 - Footprints In The Snow.mp3
    • 07 - Nothing Is Not Done.mp3
    • 08 - The Stonecutter.mp3

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    RECORD INFORMATION

    Uncarved Block
    Release Date : 1986

    Outer sleeve opens down the front-middle; sealed with a sticker. Printed inner sleeve. Lyrics printed on back cover.There are no Visual Track Markers (the wider rings between tracks to show where one track starts and another ends) in the vinyl.One Little Indian Records. Three Fransfield Grove, London SE26
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    Flux Of Pink Indians Biography

    Flux of Pink Indians were an anarcho-punk band from Hertfordshire, UK, who released three LPs from 1982-1986 in different styles. The first was hardcore punk, the second a mix of noise, political lyrics and melody and the third a mixture of protest songs, dub, funk and percussion.
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    Flux Of Pink Indians were an anarcho-punk band that originated from Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. They recorded three albums and three EPs in the 1980's.

    The bass player of the band, Derek Birkett went on to form the One Little Indian record label. Three-quarters of the original line-up (Colin Latter - vocals, Kev Hunter - guitar, Martin Wilson - drums) reformed in 2007 with replacement bassist Ian Glasper (ex-Decadence Within) to play support to former Crass vocalist Steve Ignorant at London's Shepherds Bush Empire. After three subsequent gigs in 2008 the band decided not to continue although a live DVD + CD is due out in 2009.

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    Label - One Little Indian

    Formed in 1985 by Derek Birkett, along with ex-Flux Of Pink Indians guitarist Tim Kelly. With their ideals emerging from one of the original anarcho punk bands, any cynic would have expected One Little Indian to take the easy way out and stay rooted in that niche. Instead, it has proved itself as a constant source of innovative and eclectic music.

    One Little Indian’s success was springboarded by The Shamen’s controversial number one single, Ebeneezer Goode, unwittingly (or maybe not) sending everyone into a frenzy of happy, smiley faces. This was furthered by Björk’s solo album Debut which has, so far, sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

    LC 3275

    In 2003 One Little Indian opened an office in New York, forming One Little Indian US. American releases with an bOLI/b catalogue prefix should be submitted as a bOne Little Indian US/b record company release.

    For UK Company's field roles such as licensing, distribution or copyright holding buse One Little Indian Ltd./b
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  3. ScottO

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    Already have it, but thanks for upping anyway. I know many Flux fans prefer Strive or even Fucking Cunts, but this is by far my favorite Flux LP--Interesting sounds and lyrics like their earlier stuff but with Adrian Sherwood's hands on the production.
     
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