Sham 69 – Angels With Dirty Faces

Louder Than War: Sham took punk from first to second wave with a more guttural street version of the form armed with catchy, anthemic songs and frontman Jimmy Pursey’s charismatic presence. Their early singles were their best and they peaked with ‘Angels With Dirty Faces’ – a powerful and stomping record that found the missing link between Slade and the Clash

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