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October 20, 1997 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Stiff Little Fingers exploded onto the punk scene back in 1979 as an angry young band. Hailing from war-weary Northern Ireland, the politically charged group mined songwriting ideas buried in its own backyard. Bold anthems including "Alternative Ulster," "Suspect Device" and "The Troubles" rang out with a raw edge of desperation. Today, that youthful, rebellious spirit has been slightly tempered by a bit of optimism.
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October 20, 1997 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Stiff Little Fingers exploded onto the punk scene back in 1979 as an angry young band. Hailing from war-weary Northern Ireland, the politically charged group mined songwriting ideas buried in its own backyard. Bold anthems including "Alternative Ulster," "Suspect Device" and "The Troubles" rang out with a raw edge of desperation. Today, that youthful, rebellious spirit has been slightly tempered by a bit of optimism.
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