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Hard Skin- Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear LP

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Hard Skin- Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear LP.  Nine years on from the stunning second album 'Same Meat, Different Gravy', lazy south london OI! legends Hard Skin return with a new album. 'Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear' is the female version of this soon to be household OI! classic. It features versions of the tracks from 'On The Balls' but with with female vocals from Becki Bondage, Joanna Newsom, Miki from Lush, Sandy from Fucked Up, Veronica Falls, Beckie from Chaos UK, Alison from The Kills, Manda Rin from Bis, Debbie from The Nuns / Echobelly / Curve and more. It's 12 instant anthems about council estates, sausages, the kids, cunts, the filth and gipsy hill. The sound is massive, the songs are catchy as hell and they'll stick in yer head for years. This is the first ever album to be released in both male and female vocal formats!!??

 

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