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On this date in 1982, the London offices housing the Anti-Nowhere League's new single, "Streets Of London", were raided resulting in the confiscation of over 10,000 copies of the record. The target wasn't the A-side. It was the B-side, "So What" which was identified as having offensive lyrics. The records would later be destroyed under the Obscene Publications Act.

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