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Strange Kicks

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Album Review

While the three albums Action Time Vision, Vibing Up the Senile Man, and the essential The Image Has Cracked are highly influential punk albums from this U.K group, the eclectic nature of their other recordings is interesting yet leaves something to be desired. Whether it's the outright avant-garde abstraction of their second album, or the blistering power punk and dub-inflected anarchic anthems of the debut, despite the genius of frontman Mark Perry, the group's later records fall a little flat amidst the confusion and veer closer to the new wave sound than most punks would dare to venture.

Biography

Formed: 1976 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

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

It was the old, old story. Bored bank clerk falls in love with punk rock, writes a few pages about it, Xeroxes a fanzine, sells it at gigs, creates a monster, starts a new fashion. The first issue of Sniffin' Glue featured the Ramones and Blue Öyster Cult; the Punk Reviews page hit the Flamin' Groovies and the Stranglers, and the intro hinted at treats to follow:...
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