viernes, 30 de octubre de 2009

bad manners -eat the beat

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Grupo Britanico Formado en 1978 ,esponsables del 2Tone y del ska revival dellos 70s, 80s . Los Bad Manners, creados por Douglas Trendle, más conocido como Fatty “Buster” Bloodvessel, orondo skinhead .
Pertenecen a la segunda ola de bandas ska británicas, junto a Madness y The Specials. Después de una parada creativa a mediados de los ochenta, decidieron seguir grabando discos tras cerrar contrato con Moon Ska Records.
aki los dejo con esta buenisima banda que a mi me encanta y se las recomiendo a todos.

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