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Klasse Kriminale


  1. 1.
    Vico dei ragazzi
  2. 2.
    Anti Police Hooligan
  3. 3.
    La ragazza dalla t-shirt degli 'angelic upstarts'
  4. 4.
    Quartieri in fiamme
  5. 5.
    Anarchia Liberta'
Savona, spring of 1985.
Marco founded Klasse Kriminale when Punk Rock in Italy was considered dead.
However, the movement was in fact quite alive, and Klasse Kriminale began their long career.
In 1988, after some line-up changes, Klasse Kriminale recorded their first single “Costruito In Italia”, which did well in Italy as well as abroad.
Klasse Kriminale's sound is a strong mixture of Oi!, Punk, Ska and Reggae. Their lyrics speak of social problems, such as work, unemployment, drugs, media, street-life, and generational gaps. The band's influences run from Sham 69, The Clash and Angelic Upstarts to The Specials.
In 1989 Klasse Kriminale recorded their debut album "Ci Incotreremo Ancora Un Giorno".
Shows followed with The Stab, Rappresaglia, Ghetto 84, Nabat, Red Alert, Lurkers, GBH, Oppressed, Angelic Upstarts, Sham 69, Red London, Public Toys, Agnostic Front, Snap Her, Stage Bottles, US Bombs, Dropkick Murphys, The Business, The Toasters, UK Subs, Rancid, Ruts DC and many others...
Klasse Kriminale played all over the world: UK, Germany, Poland, France, Czech Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium...; they also toured in Japan, Canada, Russia and in U.S.A. (on East Coast with Dropkick Murphys, Mad Ball, Templars); they have played at anti-racist and anti-fascist meetings and played at european festivals, such as Holidays In The Sun, Wasted, Rebellion, Force Attack, Monte Paradiso, Rude Boy Unity, Punk & Disorderly...


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