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Great Skinhead Band

Trads and SHARPS are the only skinheads, all the rest are posers. I'm sure Roddy Moreno has already taken a dump on Ian Stuarts grave. Way to lead the fight against facism! Oppressed never say Die!

good no matter what the politics!

Im neither Red nor racist. In fact Skrewdriver is one of my favorite bands. The Redskins are up there as well. So Im not really biased politically. The Oppressed play really good Oi/punk music period. Urban Soldiers, White Flag, Ultra Violence, Work Together are some of the best oi/punk songs written whether your a NAZI or SHARP or inbetween. If your a fan of early Skrewdriver, Combat 84, The Templars, Legion 88, Oxblood youll love this band, atleast their early years. Yes, Roddy Marino gives no respect to some great RAC bands, but still musically this band had it, you cant argue with that!

its so typical...

...for nazi boneheads to classify anything anti-racist as "too left-wing" or "commie". The Oppressed were never "reds" or anything of the sort. Face it, the Trojans and anti-racists were here first. If nazi kids insist on wearing boots and braces at least come up with your own name for it and stop tainting the skinhead name. On to the Oppressed....great band, but most of this stuff is re-recorded material with a drum machine. Bleh! Good for the newer tracks, but to get the classic Oppressed try to find "Dead and Buried/Fatal Blow". Cheers!


Genre: Alternative

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

The Oppressed began their infamous career in the early '80s as an outlet for Roddy Moreno, an outspoken advocate for racial unity in the skinhead and Oi! scenes. He formed Oi! Records, a short-lived but highly influential label that served as the outlet for the Oppressed's music. They performed throughout the '80s, but as time wore on Moreno became far more involved in S.H.A.R.P. (Skin Heads Against Racial Prejudice) and eventually disbanded the group....
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Skinhead Times 1982-1998, The Oppressed
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  • $17.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: May 15, 2005
  • Parental Advisory

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