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The band consisted of Dimse (vocals), Marco (guitars), Hans (bass), Pønk (drums) and here burns the Luzie. Words in Danish and English, these stunning songs are of a qualitative coarseness in just under twenty minutes. More appearances of the band are rare but they made it on some compis before they disappeared into the well-deserved punk retirement. Their legacy: a very powerful and great record, you want to play it at least twice and I would say; just the right sound to unwrap the Christmas presents Vice Squad are an English punk rock band formed in 1979 in Bristol. The band was formed from two other local punk bands The Contingent and TV Brakes. The songwriter and vocalist Beki Bondage born Rebecca Bond was a founding member of the band. Although there was a period of time when the band had a different vocalist she reformed the band in 1997. Virus originally formed in the summer of 1983 in Gillingham, Dorset. The band's line up Des [Vocals], Bowzer [Guitar], Jaz [Bass] and Rich [Drums] recorded their first demo, Infected in early 1984. Shortly after Des left the band and was replaced by Dave [Vocals], the new line up went onto record and release the next instalment of Virus's discography, You Can’t Ignore It Forever in December 1984. In 1985 Des rejoined Virus to create a five piece that went on to support the likes of Subhumans, Anthrax (UK band), Organised Chaos, Disorder, The Varukers, Conflict, Liberty, Culture Shock & Zounds. Virus contributed a track to the Mortarhate compilation album, We Won’t Be Your Fucking Poor before splitting in the summer of 1986. In 1996 Virus reformed with Charlie Barber on drums for one of gig. The reformation was an attempt to rekindle interest in the band but logistically it was difficult as Jaz lived in Reading and Bowzer in France. The audience reaction was also not particularly favourable so this reformation was short-lived. After Ian Glasper included Virus in, The Day The Country Died original members, Dave & Jaz, started the band again with a new guitarist, Rich Hoskins and drummer, Mark Smith. This line up stayed together until 2013 and released two studio albums, Unacceptable Noise Levels [2007], Virulence [2011] and 7 inch single, It’s Not What It Appears [2013]. In 2013 Mark left Virus and was replaced by Sam Kenyon. The next Virus line up released their next 7 inch single Illuminati through their own record label Subversive Haircuts as well as playing on a split record with Bug Central and The System released through Grow Your Own Records. Shortly after Rich left the band and Virus had some temporary guitarists until 2015 when Tom Weeks joined. In 2016 Virus took part in the Hunt Saboteurs Association Benefit series and 2017 releasing their latest single, One Minute's Silence & Infidel. featuring former members of Piscia Korsakov, Kriesti Rvota, Cimex, Wonder Pack, Abiotica, Foiba Punx.

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