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Old 05.20.2013, 04:11 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by LifeDistortion
They played loud and aggressive, and yes certainly the fact they were african-american is a big detail considering the white U.K. punk acts said their music was influenced by reggae, but the fact there was a rock band of african- americans playing loud, aggressive rock rather then more laid back rhythmic reggae is noteworthy.



you know like 99%+ of black bands in america have never played reggae right?
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