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Live from London

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Year: 1980

Runtime: 00:54:55

The band performed a barrage of no less than 20 ‘in your face' tracks live at the Camden Palace.

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Rock, Punk

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Rock, Punk, Documentary, Alternative, Pop, New Wave, Folk

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