Skinheads and me

Ska bands from Jamaica were adopted by the original skinhead movement, the first British subculture to fuse black and white youth together.

In the summer of 1972, on the last day of school, the sound of Alice Cooper’s Schools Out seemed to follow me as I walked to the bus-stop on my journey home to freedom. What I was not aware of at the time was that this summer was about to ...

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