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Chelsea

Chelsea are an English punk rock band, formed in London in 1976. Three of the four original band members went on to help found Generation X. More than two decades after its release, "Right to Work", Chelsea's debut single, was included in Mojo magazine's list of the best punk rock singles of all time.

GBH

GBH are an English Street punk band, formed in 1978 by vocalist Colin Abrahall, guitarist Colin "Jock" Blyth, bassist Sean McCarthy and Drummer Andy "Wilf" Williams. GBH were early pioneers of English street punk, often nicknamed "UK82", along with Discharge, Broken Bones, The Exploited and The Varukers. They have gone on to influence several punk rock musicians. The name GBH was inspired by then-bassist Sean McCarthy's trial for grievous bodily harm.

Chron Gen

Chron Gen (short for Chronic Generation) were a British punk band formed in January 1978 in Letchworth, Hertfordshire.

Anti-Pasti

Anti-Pasti was a British punk band, founded by vocalist Martin Roper and guitarist Dugi Bell in 1978, featuring Kev Nixon on drums and Will Hoon on bass guitar. They were joined later by a second guitarist, Olly Hoon. Their first album, The Last Call, spent seven weeks in the UK Albums Chart, peaking at #31. Roper left the band in 1982, and Anti-Pasti effectively ended.

Anti-Nowhere League

Anti-Nowhere League are an English punk band, formed in 1980 by lead singer Animal (Nick Culmer), guitarist Magoo (Chris Exall), Tony "Bones" Shaw on drums and Clive "Winston" Blake on bass.

U.K. Subs

The U.K. Subs are an English punk rock band, among the earliest in the first wave of British punk. Formed in 1976, the mainstay of the band has been vocalist Charlie Harper, originally a singer in Britain's R&B scene. They were also one of the first street punk bands.

Bow Wow Wow

Bow Wow Wow were an English 1980s New Wave band created by Malcolm McLaren to promote his and business partner Vivienne Westwood's New Romantic fashion lines. The group's music is described as having an "African-derived drum sound".

Honey Bane

Honey Bane (born Donna Tracy Boylan, 1964) is an English singer and actress, possibly best known for her 1981 UK Top 40 single "Turn Me On Turn Me Off".

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