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Album Review

Longtime fans of the Business' lager-drenched Oi! punk will be happy to find that the veteran band hasn't messed with their well-worn formula here. Songs like "Spirit of the Street," "One Common Voice," and "Justice Not Politics" are standard-fare working-class anthems. Meanwhile, "Death to Dance" is a simple-minded attack on the "senseless noise" of rave music — an ironic stance for a punk band who's made a career and a lifestyle out of making their own type of senseless noise.

Customer Reviews

The truth

Brilliant album,beats all the best of's and other so called ' new album 'that seem to clog up the back catalogue of the band. Well worth £8 of anybodies money.

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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