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3rutloru IrNrItERSrrr. ]i{ED. 5th NOIIEMBER. 'r+IX Bl ;tFF SH|T. '-- rr-.--r \fa./ \t I fi,":" check, it looked like Hl:,^|'Ti"if: *:t:6 this could be a 3^:"1:i,lT*.9p]. ".ound good night! so r left rJ" a drink with me mate. tr heard that the support band were supJiosed. to be local I wondered who? It turned out that 1oca1 men me anI-SHEFFIED (\ m. vghi i0cer;"tr," band. was 'SO THE CHAI{T, pals of other Shet-field bands trf HOLLOJ" 6"'ugi06Xt."llill.n 'f,; Thi s i s what the band, eixhelfxiirur told, ne at haJ_f ;i;; . I nust adnit I only saw the last two numbers of their so to be fair f cannot eomment properly, though these numbers sounded set, 0.K.. 10' r0. 0n comes tThe Cure t and straight into a roaring new rnhcr number |HOLY HOUR | . Then iPLAY FOR TODAY t an ace song frorn ,17 SEC j rTllREE ' rI{AGTNARY BOYS I off their 1st alburn .f_olloved siperuly ao""-"ounding very tight. The new single followed tllflt{AitTr,i"" sound obviously not top 50. The ercellent trN YOIIR Hc[ISEt was next. " The bands but sound progressed. with absolute brilliancer especially rlors like tACCURACYf for me their most effective number. rAf' NITETt rAl{oryI{Elt DAYI rFffir!- IN CAIROT f};owed intb one amother with r hardly any breaks as did the rest of their nors tJUIlBrI\tG soir;EoNE triLsEfs TRAIN I and t BY TRArN t. bothr_,"otg" fl:"g together producing y! tnq r.orar ri'vroniYggrJ0IRNEY

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tJell, I got talking to the CUHtsr s tor:r s1alager - ELVIS? - and- fixed- lt f4' ue ts meet leit a,ft€! theyrtl ttone their set. flo na a,nd a nate buAgsred of$""3"1"* at 11 .45. Ve tround the band juet sg! arousd look" lb "*aggBa outft Ucll, they.did do a great set!. about an lnterview, but I should have nomr fuum- (t""4 gurta.t , vocals) -f rooz vasnrt really lnto lntervleus ' llyt{ay he "leil"on"a I krew ne wap a qof"t Sw| andguita.r ,U*-i!it"" 'tootea playing keyboeJds reaUv tglackeil thre to all tlie singlag, ' it woulil"1".... be. allrlgltt with said. Robert, ni"t ua' uho ;;=fud-AAi[Up ir""" s'it"r) .to "it talkattve)' nost the (he'a to be supposed the tlne ff;."ffi4-iir'rfri'*;;lt""i "t So ve went into the iert rom and sta.:eted' UE. Tou look fucketl! liri you think it was a good night? -S-fllOn. the Peop1e rho sau us tonight diel too' t""fr: I enjoyeil it . And I hope .leather jqgkets nicked \r sone 'rnedlsrr uhlle vou v€r,,e on yor:r yo"'a had il'- tii":*" Lv-iie you off! J"s" I r supposE iuat sougbt otr thing- really plsses and the other $as l,aurences r_brantl.y' t i eaillfutf", S. - - i""i- i"" ,r"-"- noberb" , """!t "ota I cos l-had one pinche4 whia in Europs receDtry' ;ilv;-L;p oine on rdrile on sta6e t "r . Eowri you ieel about thig Eought of thing? 1!$ to 6rt S. l,{eLl-, 1ngtea,6 or uor"orr"-t "rriig to ao tnit, tta rather wettl have a xhilFlounil the money' - -^''ihd M tl" idea behi'nd the first albrrD oover' ild vha! r'ra t?:o thp on' uha+ l.n. i""ty-t# all that, but noving how inrch control did you he,ve with that albun? oe with ti-t"-tr.rraa on that atbum. Irve onlJr been in the ba,Ird' er-....lbEut S. -' ilrifl-ibui*""nrt qlrpLlaaocr hourchelil three The for the cover. id.ea Robert to14 ne it uas their ;;: iil.il; unpetand, v*".-j on the front cover, were instea,al of a plctr,uc of thc baol itrcy itrowfrt well , whY nof? albuns? u. vtt"i contiol ove" iroairotf"o4.dia the bard ha've on both was produced. W Robert ' the second nana€er; our(ttren) was 1,.P. firet S. Ttre !"J;;;tit o" iri s6coms; is slightl-y nore dJrnEnlc. h. . . , what t{. }tu! I nr6t say tire po.diiii.;, tf any? nould you say were ifri n{in inf-}uences, to s. llell, donrt brow. ltorrel- suppose. If aAy, Joy DlvisLon rsere the nea.rest Blsically

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what setre ttoing, I)fobabLy At thiq stage Larrence nozzed-in ancl sat down with us' roog r tlidnrt lt. Ttre fourth number you ii"v"i t."idt was great, but was it a new nunber recognise it? eleven d-ate tour. S. Yeah, its call-ed- ttPpipssyrt and its the name of this going into the stud.io in December. werre single. a AS hoPefullYt I-,.. Should be out nekt month

this tour finishes. I just finished a six week tour of Er-rroPe haven t -',1OU? PIE: Yes, yourve SIliON: l{rnm, it wa.s real1y gme l1i ng, but after this tour ( our fi"rst in of Britain, I think we I re due a good rest. after a rest

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Just thtn some Ilnjversity Eu../ came in vitr a tr.iend anc starte.i birtling in r,rith ouestions, snojling rny f1ow of eonversati cn uit. Si,rc,n an,l Lz:,trcr,^a. rskinq stunid. ouestions like whether r'LTItILC lJ. _A?ABn vould have beor a ton te:, nit if it hart been pronoted nore cornrnercial 1y? iiuh! the ierk: I,.,-.r ns, "1r1i 11 r, A I Cqilv STIIDEIII n

questions would havre been hett,er. The r.r1r,6., sn'.,1 Anyway, T v/as exha..;s1e.i /J:i'1 6p 2r,rl I i,w-cz ^c I oc,<erl it *".,), .,, 1 .ai,:j thank-s and we fucked off , leaving'+rhenL to he il,.'r.<)."redtt ot-l f r., it.r i -p f ri^,r 1.,-i .f r.1 the l-lnrversitv bad p.e deel ari ns ttliirTVi.l' Sll'r'v-AJ,-t'ir T I i i 6'r. n l' :j :;lcll'i I T'\'i; i a , r' t:' ,r

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THuRs. e3d. Ocr. It was abcut 9z3O when the Vagrants appearedon stagebut unfortunatley Scanps was not very fu11. This was probably d"ue to the fact that the C.N.D. benefit gi-g was on at the same time up at Brad,ford. Unj.versity. After load.s of bother witLr the P.A. system they started. thei.r set. It was the first t'ime I had. seen the Vagrants and. the mudic was not at all what f had. expected-.Instead. of the usual 1 chord. trash it was a type of slow tribal nnrsic with creative anarehist lyrics. Thi-s was the Yagrants second. gig and- was a bit of a d.isaster because, of, the tnouble with the P.A. which was a pity'as they seem to have something d.ifferent. Thar:ks to Sanrny, KaitIs boyfreina(na) for the information. Chronic then took to the stage to a srnall amor-rnt of applause and. d.elivered. a fast raw set, 'but r:nfortr.matlyz thqp suffered. from Arldy loosi-ng his voice and. breaking a guitar string. During White Riot, their l-ast song, a scrap started. i.n the audiencerwhich didnf t he1p. Nery Mod.el ^Arny came on arr.d. d.uring their first song, New tr?ontier, there was more troubl-e wittr the P.A. but theXr managed- to d.el-iver a good. set of New Wave Rock. Violation eventually took the stage andd.elivered. their set to their ever faithful fans. The gig d.id. not tum out quite as hoped.t the trouble with the P.4. and. the l-ittle reaction from the crowd. were just a few of the nunerous blens witch all the bands faced- very wel-I" g/ ftrn oc tfY - (SPsfi rPR'crll)

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I ' LL I{EITIMR III/E l\OR I,IE I I LL MAIG }TO SUBSCRIFIION TO YOUR PARAIISE I this altocratic entity then? This holy figr-re uho ca,r], O

if we donrt teep in line t is isnet he? He doesnrt live here pr:tty established well at his own r.riIl. Oh yes, hets on Earth here pret:y cool lads too baaly this God - got sone ' The point at stake here is not tle belief or d.isbeLief in Godr.but the fact that^God a,nd is the bibie a.re repressive. It nakes no difference whether hets up there or not. The church (Churct this people country in one in a line of hiCeou-s structu.res to restrict the freedon of MAJESfY).Eer Government, Central Arrqr, , constitute a breech As an anOctriet, I do not reiect peoples belief : God (this would I grrdge is against the an@chists tre ssion . ) ot o,y letief in peoilest right to self-expre to regufate the fore to is trought it in r,rhich the way and opprlsiVe nature of the bibie, rr for and courtu pointed awaJ' are Sreen Soldiers r of thinking. peoples way Al.,.rO_g.or, 9! -off People being. of a.nother hulan "^ii for then llo go blow me head ,o.a trrii mar.es it a1=ight rtthey r.ront go to heavenrr . rmst -Afkefu in line or r p6"fo definiiionr" Jesus (and t4argaret lhatche::) a,re both anarchists' since, wetoare a led- to believe that an anarchist is sone.one rsho vishes to destroy society. TeIl that Sc wiro zap us

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]Zlcar and see what happens. be Model:n anarchists look for a reiection of folce a,nd this includes the right not to force-fed religion r.rherever we look. r.Ihat did th; ttson of Qodfi have to say when he finally got here?-rr 0h surerlet the people of doctrine is this' tict you about, eooz YOUTFE going to heiven, ren'] theytre not"' Wh€'t kind use' all we can give some idea's hino Irlext iime you send soneone down herercod, 1 also f,ind it difficult to reconcile nyself with aJr all-po\^rexf.rl r all-Ioving, God, !rho. sent his son down here, 1et hin die, did n;thing ald still doen nothing to stop the slaughter of millions cn Earth. Every restrictive strrrcture in our society aligns itself wrth the church, and. this results in a massive consPiracy to crd-er other peoples 1ives, with a risk to them of being cast into eternal - -p"opruhell a.nd dannation. accept blindly the relig€on which is being forced upon thern, nevel questioningt pxinand pa-ssively iepeat th- words of hynns fptayers without thinking; one of the folenost of one are youxself. Trad-e Unionists for cipfl" or noiern- anarchy is that yo'r "troura- think trworking-class country in the fightersrr fxeedon the rnost na*:ol,, minded unthinkini groups of ix necessa^rxr to o"ga.nise to l:,iitt iepression, but please please organise horizontely not

It vertically. €J}d the church and E"";t;;" seadin8 this, ask yourse-1ves, should_you reject politicians you sc why not rnake to belongs trYeedon yo'rselver. for think out ani Go what thly stand foi? you without careful on it vo.ur or,n ! Above all, p1ease 6.ont t let plople inport theil iieashtry should 3ack. vou be kept ("ia-irr"i includes this article). Fisht ;;"'=ffi";;;;-ii""f place to stanA' new and a r56e1f for .ttet t'1t find a ner,r directien ;.;....... MO}IEY =P0hER = SI'AVERY. THE PEASENTS WCR.SI{IP BLII'{DLY TI{E RICH CTERGY GET RICTIER.

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,. TIIEY WILL NEIVER ON ANY GROUNDS, 3E DEFSNI'EI 3Y NUCIEAR iVEAPOI{S. 4. IN THE E\rEM 0l' A NUCIEAR ATTACK 0N sRITAIN' IT IS ESTIMA11ED T;{AT BETl,'lffiN ,5- 40 IILLION ?EOP],E WILL DlE INSTAMIY" I.TITH MANY I4ONE TO I'OLT,OW DUE TO I'AIL OUT, MDIATION SICiC{ESS ETC. No,/ for some nore exciting nevs ! ,. In the event of a crisis leading to a .\UCIEAR CONFRONTATIOII the goverr':nent will issue a booklet to the populus ca11ed- PROTECT ANI SURVTV'E (llOr rO BE. CONI'I]SED 14IITH I'PROfEST A]trD SURVM'' A SOOKLET AIID 300K 3Y E.P. THoIIPSoN I'OR C.N.l. & E.N.).) With this booklet ?RorEcT & suRvrvE arrd a Bpecial series of fi-1ns on T.v. you will be informed on hortr to proteet you'rse1f in yoir home amd eurvive a nuclean holoeaust! SUiiE I IIA IIA I{A ! NMOST HOUSES IN IIHIS CO1"1ITRY OIT'ER A REASONASI,E DEGREE OI'PROTECTION AGAIEST NADIOACTI\!' FA],], OUT FROM 1\-1]C1,E.AR EP],OS]ONS & PROTECIION CA}i BE SIIBSTA-}IIIALJ"Y IMTfTOVXD BY A SERIES OI' quITE sIMpIE DO-IT-YOITRSELF MEASUIES. \,llLIrAM l,llIITuLAld (UOIIE STCUTAAT) (AT,IAS BRI],ITANT WHITE SHIT, BILL WHITETFASH, WILLY WHITECUNT. )

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