While most of the early British punk bands spoke of working-class concerns – primarily unemployment and the shrinking UK economy, which was leaving a generation with nothing to do and nowhere to go – many of the pioneering groups had working-class credentials that were suspect at best.
Sham 69, however, was different; proletarian and proud of it, Sham 69 was the voice of the people in the first wave of British punk, they enjoyed a long run of chart successes and were a major influence on the street punk and Oi! movements which followed.
Presented by Human Punk.
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