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It's not revolution if we can't dance (Emma Goldman)
Massgrave


Oi Polloi – Total Anarchoi (1992) Vinyl LP Reissue

Band: Oi Polloi

Album: Total Anarchoi

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock

Label: Step-1 Music

Release Country: United Kingdom

Record Type: 16 Tracks Vinyl LP Reissue


Oi Polloi are a punk rock band from Scotland that formed around 1981. Starting as an Oi! band, they are now generally more associated with the anarcho-punk genre. The band has become notable for their contributions to the Scottish Gaelic punk subgenre. The name probably comes from the Greek expression "Οι πολλοί" and it is a pun on the phrase hoi polloi meaning "the masses" or "the common people".

The band has gone through about 50 members since their formation, and their only permanent member has been vocalist Deek, who has also been involved in Gaelic-language television. The band has included punks and skinheads. The members have been supporters of Anti-Fascist Action and Earth First!, and they use the motto "No Compromise in Defence of Our Earth," which is an adaptation of Earth First!'s motto. They support direct action in defence of the environment, hunt sabotage and resistance against racism, sexism, homophobia, fascism and imperialism.


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16 Tracks
A1 Nuclear Waste
A2 Boot Down The Door
A3 Pigs For Slaughter
A4 Scum
A5 Thrown On The Scrapheap
A6 Punx Picnic
A7 Mindless Few
A8 Unite And Win
B1 Omnicide
B2 Americans Out
B3 Pigs For Slaughter
B4 Thugs In Uniform
B5 Nazi Scum
B6 Nuclear Waste
B7 Free The Henge
B8 Punx Picnic


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