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The Barmy Army was a one-album collaboration put together by On-U Sound labelmates in the late Eighties. It's purpose was to document and celebrate 'The English Disease' which was a phrase generally used during the period to refer to football hooliganism. The album was not critical of football supporters, however, but rather used samples of crowd singing, commentators' reports, and post-match interviews with players and managers in a set of tracks which celebrate football and the passions it arouses.
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- Leroy's Boots - (4:18) - 19 plays
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- Billy Bonds M.B.E. - (3:46) - 17 plays
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