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Originally released in Germany in 1997, Two Monkeys really was one of Cock Sparrer's best-written albums, marred by some of their worst ever production. It's hard to say what went wrong, but the fact is, songs like "Battersea Bardot", "East End Girl" and "Before The Flame Dies" deserved far more than the weedy sound and tinny blare with which they were ultimately released. Pick up the original as a collectors item, but save your ears for the 2009 Captain Oi! reissue, which remixes the original master tapes and reveals the album for the all-round masterpiece it ought to have been. Plus, four bonus tracks from the band's San Francisco show in 2000 capture Cock Sparrer in equally seething form. [Captain Oi! reissued the CD in 2009.]


Formed: 1975 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the first Oi! bands, Cock Sparrer was playing loud, raw, Cockney working-class anthems as early as the first wave of British punk, although record company difficulties prevented them from issuing much material until the early '80s, when the Oi!movement was well underway. The group formed in London's East End in 1975, originally as a hard-edged pub rock combo in the vein of Dr. Feelgood. Four of the members -- vocalist Colin McFaull, guitarist Mick Beaufoy, bassist Steve Burgess, and drummer...
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