Flux Of Pink Indians

Genres: Pop / Rock
Descriptive "tags": anarcho-punk punk peace punk anarcho punk anarcho punk rock Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
Links online: Wikipedia

Biography

This UK punk band was formed from the ashes of the Epileptics (who later changed their name to Epi-X due to letters of complaint from The British Epilepsy Association). Two surviving members were Colin Latter (vocals) and Derek Birkett (18 February 1961, London, England; bass), who would go on to form Flux Of Pink Indians, with guitarist Andy and drummer Sid. Their debut EP Neu Smell emerged on Crass Records. Alongside standard rejections of society, war, and the eating of flesh lay the joyful ‘Tube Disasters’, the sort of humour that was in short order in the grim world of anarcho punk. Sid (later Rubella Ballet) was soon replaced by Bambi, formerly of Discharge, while Andy was replaced by Simon. However, both departed quickly for their original band, the Insane, and were replaced by old Epileptics guitarist Kevin Hunter and drummer Martin Wilson. Their debut album, 1982’s Strive To Survive Causing Least Suffering Possible, confirmed the promise of...

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