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SKINHEADS YOUTH CULTURE 1970s UK

Skinheads in Camden Town at The Electric Ballroom dancing to   UB40. London 1980.<br />
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The Electric Ballroom, Camden, London a UB40 gig. The British reggae pop band took their name from the Unemployment Benefit, Form 40. The UB40 form no longer exists.
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Skinheads 1980s London
Skinheads in Camden Town at The Electric Ballroom dancing to UB40. London 1980.

The Electric Ballroom, Camden, London a UB40 gig. The British reggae pop band took their name from the Unemployment Benefit, Form 40. The UB40 form no longer exists.

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