Sham 69- Green Eggs And Sham CD. Although not as commercially successful as many of their contemporaries, albeit with a greater number of chart entries, Sham 69 has been a huge musical and lyrical influence on the Oi! and streetpunk genres. The band allegedly derived their name from a piece of graffiti that founder Jimmy Pursey saw on a wall. It originally said Walton and Hersham '69 but had partly faded away. Great live recording here with Sham 69 doing many of their classics like Borstal Breakout, If The Kids Are United, Red London and Tell Us The Truth.