GBH is tagged as: punk, hardcore punk, street punk, punk rock, hardcore
Charged G.B.H.|Charged GBH originally formed under the name ‘GBH’ (named after the British legal phrase ‘Grievous Bodily Harm), unknown to the band at the time, another band with the name GBH already existed. In light of this the band added ‘Charged’ at the beginning of their name, and thus ‘Charged GBH’ was born.
It began with Colin (Col) Abrahall on vocals, Colin (Jock) Blyth on guitar, Ross Lomas on bass, as well as their first drummer Andrew Williams. The band mostly toured in England during the 1980s, however they did make several excursions out of the island, including several tours to the United States. Some of their most famous shows that they played during the 1980s were at the 100 Club in Oxford Street in London. They are considered by many to be pioneers in the UK punk rock genre, specifically in hardcore.
1982 saw GBH’s first LP, City Baby Attacked By Rats. The album was marked lyrically with harsh criticism of British and European culture, typical of UK punk. It was also full of violence, morbidity (especially in reference to the song “Passenger On The Menu”, which describes in graphic detail the experiences of the passengers on the Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571), atheism, nihilism, social anarchism, ...
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