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The lockdown has put an end to gigging, rehearsing and recording with the band but we have kept ourselves busy by recording acoustic versions of some of our songs and made videos at home for our ‘Vice-O-Lation’ project. We’ve embraced the DIY ethic for many years so we are used[…]

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Behind ‘Ignored To Death’

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The title ‘Ignored To Death’ actually came from a Reeves & Mortimer comedy skit but the subject matter is deadly serious and the song explores the tragic results of isolation and loneliness. All her life she went unnoticed No-one ever really heard her Like she never quite existed As she[…]

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Marshall Interview With Beki

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Over the course of your career, how has your live show changed? It’s become faster and louder but also more varied in some ways. It takes years of hard slog to become a confident performer and know which songs suit your voice and know the strengths and weaknesses of songs.[…]

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‘Battle of Britain’ review by Odymetal

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We are talking about VICE SQUAD releasing their new album “Battle Of Britain”, composed, recorded and mixed by Beki and Paul Rooney, guitarist since 1997, in their personal studio. Beki Bond, the singer and guitarist has a distinct and slightly croaky voice which she can modulate on the various titles,[…]

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News January 2021 and a look back at 2020

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We are currently working on a very special project covering some songs originally written and performed by a legendary and very loud band. Even though we can’t play live the wheels of the Vice Squad transit van are still turning metaphorically! All subscribers to our mailing list can get a[…]

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Inside ‘The Story Of My Life’

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‘The Story Of My Life’ was originally written and recorded for ‘Defiant’ back In 2007 but we’ve given it the full lockdown treatment and it sounds very different to the original. Some may think it’s an anti-Christmas song but it’s really about the ever increasing commercialisation of Christmas, the unseen[…]

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Vice-O-Lation Volume 3 NOW IN STOCK!

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Vice-O-Lation 3 CD EP is now in stock and ready to ship, it features 4 tracks ‘If I Knew What I Know Now’ ‘Ignored To death’ ‘When You Were Seventeen’ and ‘Defiant’. When you purchase the EP you will get a free download of ‘The Story Of My Life’, perfect[…]

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Vice Squad – PowerPlay (UK) Magazine review 9/10

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Vice Squad have a long and distinguished history on the UK’s punk scene, with vocalist and rhythm guitarist Beki Bondage being a founder member for the band’s first incarnation in 1979. Beki later quit to front Ligotage and subsequently Beki And The Bombshells, and the remainder of the band split[…]

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Inside ‘West End Stars’

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Beki: ‘West End Stars’ was written way back in the nineties and is about the freaks and outcasts of society getting to shine for a few hours in the unending pursuit of the ‘Saturday night swindle’ i.e the hope that the weekend will bring the romance and glory so lacking[…]

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Battle of Britain Album

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‘Battle of Britain’ album CDs are now available to ship! The first rule of Punk is there are no rules and Vice Squad ably illustrate this with ‘Battle of Britain’. The 13 track album opens with the blistering ‘Ruination’ which cuts through the bullshit of small time promoters and blaggers[…]

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