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The Wall - Remembrance


On this date in 1981, The Wall released their third single, "Remembrance". It was backed by "Hisi Nao" and "Hooligan Nights". None of the tracks appeared on an album. The Sunderland, England punk band lasted until 1982 and released two albums, several singles and an EP before they called it quits. Drummer Rab Fae Beith had come from Kirk Brandon of Theatre Of Hate's first band, The Pack. The band has been back together since and toured.

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