Fighting In The Street

Album: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (1980)
  • In his autobiography Cockney Reject, lead vocalist Jeff Turner said of this uptempo track it "was about our way of life and the only bit of politics on the album - or anti-politics if you like."

    Like all Cockney Rejects songs it is short and to the point; running to 2 minutes 37 seconds, the group composition is the fourth track on their debut album. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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