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Flux Of Pink Indians - Not So Indian

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    Flux Of Pink Indians - Not So Indian
    • 01 - Song For Them.mp3
    • 02 - Charity Hilarity.mp3
    • 03 - Some Of Us Scream, Some Of Us....mp3
    • 04 - Take Heed.mp3
    • 05 - Tv Dinners.mp3
    • 06 - Tapioca Sunrise.mp3
    • 07 - Progress.mp3
    • 08 - They Lie, We Die.mp3
    • 09 - Blinded By Science.mp3
    • 10 - Myxomatosis.mp3
    • 11 - Is There Anybody There.mp3
    • 12 - The Fun Is Over.mp3
    • 13 - Tube Disasters.mp3
    • 14 - Sick Butchers.mp3
    • 15 - Background Of Malfunction.mp3
    • 16 - 1970s (We're Made In Hong Kong).mp3
    • 17 - System Rejects.mp3
    • 18 - Hitler's Still A Nazi-War Crimes.mp3

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    Flux Of Pink Indians Biography

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    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.

    Band members: Kevin Hunter (3), Martin Wilson (2), Colin Latter, Ian Glasper
    Band ex-members: , Dave Ellesmere, Derek Birkett, Spider (15), Neil Puncher, Andy Smith (4), Simon Middlehurst, Louise Bell, Sid Truelove
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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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