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When Saturday Comes

En låt for lørdagskvelden. Her er vi i Oi-land, Condemned 84 er et ekte skinheadband som har holdt det gående siden tidlig 80-tall. Har hatt trøbbel med bookinger på grunn av et rykte om bråk. Selv sier de: ”People who come to our gigs don’t come for trouble they come to have a good time, dance their boots off, get pissed and sing their hearts out. It seems certain people are afraid of us for some reason. We ain’t a political band, we’re a patriotic band and play for and to the people we want to play to. Not to trendy posers, but to the people who have stood by through think and thin.”

I remember in the 70’s Doc Marten Boots & Levi Jeans
Standing on the terraces row upon row you couldn’t
catch me on your video show
The old bill never had it sussed the fighting was planned by all of us
We couldn’t afford trainers and designer clothes
We didn’t go to football for a pose

No fences, no cameras in the 70’s
Just fanatical fans royal to please
When Saturday comes 
Amblushing coaches and stoning trains
If you were nicked you’d get the blame
Protect your end till the very last man
In those days a court case didn’t mean a ban
Wear the uniform of aggro every Saturday
Rucking on the terraces home and away
When Saturday comes it’s the time of fun
Stay loyal to your mates and never run

Condemned 84 spilte på Stavanger Punkrockfestival i 2006.