Eddie and the Hot Rods

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Formed in 1975 in a town just outside Southend, the band soon took London’s Pub Rock scene by storm and were the first band to be labelled Punk in the music press. They enjoyed four top forty hit singles including Do Anything You Wanna Do.


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