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Hell 2 Pay - Single

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Album Review

These British punkers give you a taste of what's contained on their full-length, No Mercy for You, on this EP release, Hell 2 Pay, which features two tracks from the album plus a bonus cut. The Business is as cutting, witty, and relentless as ever on these three songs. From "Hell to Pay," with such diamonds as, "...it's nice to be important and important to be nice/and if you ain't nice then there'll be hell to pay..." to "Gangland" and their cover of Eddie & the Hot Rods' 1977 song "Do Anything You Wanna Do." This is the adrenaline-fueled sweaty punk & roll that the Business truly excels at.

Biography

Formed: October, 1979 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Business first emerged off the streets of South London in October 1979, leading a new wave of British punk that was hardly new wave at all. Instead, the Business, along with peers such as Angelic Upstarts, Blitz, and the 4-Skins, came out with a version of punk that was harder and more streetwise than ever, while still maintaining the anthemic qualities of the heavily influential Sham 69. Commonly referred to as Oi! or street-punk, these groups' most obvious brethren comprised the early American...
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