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Tuesday, November 3
Subhumans


Not to be confused with the Canadian band of the same name, members of the second-wave of British anarcho-punk bands, Subhumans built an underground following when most of their current fans were in diapers. With their revolutionary release of The Day the Country Died, they further pushed the discontent of the working class and oppressed into the forefront of British popular culture and offered more radical solutions to the systemic problems of not only the Thatcher/Tory government, but of the entire capitalist system. These aren't "titties, jacking off and beer Oi! Oi! Oi!" songs. Hopefully there's still some piss and vinegar left in the blokes. With Lower Class Brats, Potato Pirates and Equinox. $15, 7:30pm, Korova, 107 E. Martin St., (210) 226-5070





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