The Old Firm Casuals are a 3 piece American street punk band from the San Francisco bay area. They feature some tenured members of the punk rock community who need no introduction. Their songs are hard-hitting, straight up, and stand against any street punk and Oi! thats come out this century.
Arresting Officers (USA) – Oi! band from Philadelphia. Anti-Social (UK) – Punk band from Aberdeen, Scotland. Angelic Upstarts (UK) – Punk rock/Oi! band from South Shields, England. B: Blitz (UK) – Street punk band from New Mills, Derbyshire, England. Bunker 84 (FR) – Brigada Flores Magon (FR) – Oi! band from France
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The Ruts (reggae ska Oi! punk crossover) SA (Samurai Attack) Sham 69; Slaughter and the Dogs; Sledgeback; Splodgenessabounds; Stiff Little Fingers - Northern Irish punk rock band with strong Oi! connections. Street Dogs; Subculture; The Templars; Those Unknown; Toy Dolls; Unite Against Society; UK Subs; U.S. Chaos; Vice Squad (punk band with some Oi! Songs.
Oi!/Skinhead Bands show list info Yeah, we know you saw every band at [insert random festival from any given place and/or era with too many bands here] and you've seen every 9th rate "street punk" band ever but who else???
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1988 Vinyl release of The U.S. Of Oi! on Discogs.
Top 12 Oi LP records. No "greatest hits" or compilation records and only one record per band, which made things tough. Lots of great Oi LPs didn't make the list, I might have to make it top 20.
Aug 14, 2017 · some of those bands named in this list are OI bands – OI is NOT race hate. OI is about working class UK punks/skins and if this “journalist” bothered to investigate they would realise that ...
Are we talking bands that are still around or just American Oi in general? Hudson Falcons, Victory, Harrington Saints, The Shame, Fear City, Noi!se (I'd say that counts as more streetpunk, but good none the less)
Oi Polloi Has had an ever-changing line-up which has included both skinheads and punks; the band emphasizes unity between the two groups. They have often been associated with anarcho-punk as well as Oi! because of their anarchist lyrics and ideology (sung most recently in Gaelic).