The Oppressed ‎– Dead & Buried

Oi, Punk


Work Together
Urban Soldiers
Ultra Violence
Run From You
Leave Me Alone
Joe Hawkins
Government Out
It Ain't Right
We're The Oppressed

Credits (5)

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OIR 012 The Oppressed Dead & Buried(LP, Comp, RM) Oi! Records OIR 012 UK 1988 Sell This Version
OIR 012 The Oppressed Dead & Buried(LP, Comp, TP) Oi! Records OIR 012 UK 1988 Sell This Version
RRS10 The Oppressed Dead & Buried(LP, Comp, RE) Radiation Reissues RRS10 Italy 2012 Sell This Version



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May 5, 2012
referencing Dead & Buried, LP, Comp, RE, RRS10
Legendary Welsh anti-fascist oi! band formed in Cardiff in 1981, the Oppressed is the UK punk band who most openly expressed opposition to the racist and right-wing influenced ideals spreading in the skinhead scene in the early 80s. Personally promoting the SHARP ('Skinheads Against racial prejudices') ideals to British Skinheads through lyrics and interviews, both on-stage and in real life, their singer and leader Roddy Moreno lived his life as a mission, happening to write some of the finest working class punk rock anthems ever along the way. "Dead And Buried" collects the first two, self-financed singles by the Oppressed, "Victims" and "Never Say Die", both originally released in 1983, along with their 1983 "Oi! The Tape" complete session. This is OI! music at its best.