9 thoughts on “ Hangem High - Cockney Rejects - The Greatest Cockney Ripoff (CD)

  1. Greatest Hits Vol. 1 is the first album by the band Cockney Rejects released in Despite the title, it is not a greatest hits compilation album.. Track listing. All songs by "Stinky" Turner, Mick Geggus and Vince Riordan unless otherwise noted.
  2. Check out Cockney Rejects on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  3. Cockney Rejects are an Oi! music band which formed in the East End of London in Their biggest UK hit The Greatest Cockney Rip-Off was a parody of Sham 69's Hersham Boys.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Greatest Cockney Ripoff on Discogs.3/5(1).
  5. The raw street punk on the cheekily titled GREATEST HITS VOL. 1 dismisses English punk’s art-schooled class of ‘77 to embrace the everyday Brit thug who downs a pint while watching his favorite team (in the Cockney Rejects’ case, West Ham United).
  6. Well who would have thought it' 35 years down the line and not only are they still alive and well, but they're alive and very much kicking as a band. The Cockney Rejects. The often maligned and truly misunderstood Cockney Rejects. Loved by the chosen few. Quoted as an influence by artists as unlikely as Morrisey. Excoriated and libelled in the music press. Beaten, bashed and blooded. But never.
  7. Welcome to the home of Official Cockney Rejects merchandise. We thank you for purchasing direct from the band, and not from illegal traders who are trying to earn money. off of the back of the band. When you buy here it helps to keep our band alive, and helps us plan for the future.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Yellow Vinyl release of The Greatest Cockney Rip-off on Discogs. Label: EMI - Z 2 • Format: Vinyl 7 Cockney Rejects - The Greatest Cockney Rip-off (, Yellow, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(14).
  9. Jul 18,  · Cockney Rejects First Ever New Zealand tour! Rarely in the long history of British rock’n’roll has there been a story of such depth, magnitude and sheer turbulence as that of the Cockney Rejects. Formed in late Seventies East End London by brothers Jeff and Micky Geggus, their song “Oi, Oi, Oi” was the anthem [ ].

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