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Wretched Replica were five teenagers from Southend who took lashings of psychedelic noise, drenched it in post punk stylings and topped it off with raucous sax and snarling poetry. This all translated into a vicous and chaotic live show, and after only a handful of gigs they received high profile support slots with the likes of Ladyfuzz, The Suffrajets, Bromheads Jacket and Neils Children. After supporting The Horrors at their famous 100 Club concert, in 2006, Wretched Replica started to fall apart and broke up in the winter of that year.
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