Police Oppression

Album: Who Killed Liddle? (1978)

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  • This is a loud, angry song about the general subject of police oppression - written from a youthful perspective, obviously, in view of the age of the band. It was the B Side of their first single, "The Murder Of Liddle Towers" (the A Side is much to be preferred). The lyrics were written by vocalist Mensi and the music by lead guitarist Mond. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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