Skinheads, Boots & Reggae




Skinheads, Boots & Reggae

“The Skinheads’ passion for reggae music was invaluable in pushing the music out of the smoky clubs and independent record shops and into the mainstream of popular music,” they wrote. “It was the massive buying power of the boots-and-braces brigade at the tail-end of the decade (s) that moved reggae units and elevated unknown.

An overview of the skinhead movement and its strong relationship with reggae music. Listen to the opinions and stories from skinheads who have a love for Tro.

Skinheads were known for their shaved heads, tattoos, straight jeans, and boots. They were a working-class subculture of “mods,” who tended to be more upper-class. They enjoyed grabbing a pint and listening to music like ska, rocksteady, and reggae at dancing halls. In the s and s, skinheads and rude boys (British-Jamaicans) got Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

Taken from a documentary about the history of reggae in England. Yes that's The Prince Talking, also Dave B. and Romeo. You seen it yet?I can't believe nobod.

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