in Punk Rock GBH- Sick boy May 7, 2008, 1:05 am 2k Views 45 Comments GBH sick boy cool song and pics GBH- Sick boy source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection GBH See more Previous article Ram Jam – Black Betty 1977 Next article Budgie – Parents 45 Comments Leave a Reply GBH true 110% punk Reply Пънк форевер Reply Birmingham, 100clubs, dulwich, lewisham and many other places in London ,gbh , English dogs , broken bones, uk subs , discharge, instigators , peter and the test tubes conflict the 80's were great for punk , also had the pleasure of having jock and the German drummer staying at my squat in London as they were from Birmingham and stayed partying in places like the old fire station in hackney. Great memories. Reply Heil! Reply Why did Metallica never cover this?. Reply 😂😂😂😂,creativ group Reply Punk rock changed our lives Reply Grievous bodily harm Reply There was something about the energy this music tapped into in the late 80's and early 90's. Some of the people I knew who jammed to this music didn't allow society to crush them for being different and thinking differently about things. For example, surfers I knew who were into this music were injecting skateboarding into their style and blasting aerials with surfboards that definitely weren't designed for it like they are today. The style was also frowned upon by contest chumps. You got DOCKED points at surf contests for even trying an aerial because it was stupidly considered an affront of some kind to traditional surfing. The truth is the old fucks didn't know how to do aerials and the action intimidated them. When I'd pull off an aerial or even just try one and hit some height, some people in the lineup and beach hooted, but the surfing establishment was still shitting on us. One of many reasons I focused on free-surfing instead of competition. Unfortunately, back then very few sponsors paid any money for free-surfing like they later did, so you'd have to keep a day job as well even if you were good at it. Nowadays, top competition surfers doing aerials is routine as well as surfers being paid to free-surf outside of organized contests. Same shit with snowboarding. I first saw a Burton "Performer" snowboard for sale in front of a surf shop and it seemed like a natural progression from skiing to me as a surfer and sometimes skateboarder. I mowed lawns, delivered newspapers, etc. so I had the money and got it. I was immediately and intensely mocked on and off the slopes by friends, family and strangers for daring to ride (or even just wanting to ride) this new-fangled thing that confused their sensibilities. I was kicked off the slopes after only one ride, etc. — comments on the slopes such as, "Is that a beginner's ski or something?" followed by derisive laughter by people who literally acted like my choice of device for going down the slopes was an affront towards them. I had fun anyway, kept doing it in backwoods places — and now it's a mainstream thing and in the Olympics. The pressure to conform and not push boundaries can be crushing. Sometimes you just gotta go with what feels right for you, ignore the naysaying peanut gallery and believe in yourself instead of the sneering crowd. Do what's right, not what regressive people think is right. Reply Stay active! Stay punk!!!! Reply Saw them last year at rockfest in montebello quebec and broke a rib, chipped a tooth and lost a big toe nail. All fken worth it! RIP Mickey Reply Just a horse … Reply how many sick boys are left? Reply 🙂 Reply Idiots Reply Still at time. Reply Whos listening in 2019? Reply El punk no ha muerto Reply This is true hardcore Reply GBH-discharge coronet 82 Toronto lynn ebisuzaki shuks..BP Reply 岩田はもう聴いてないだろうな、俺はまだまだヘッドバンキングしてるぜ！リーマン見て、あんな大人になりたくねーなんて言ってたｗｗｗなっちまったな、お前らーーーー！！！！ Reply These guys were early punk/ metal crossover.excellent group excellent sound excellent songs.in my opinion and i’m old so take note Reply Brings me back to living in motels with my strung out mom as a kid..took off and a casset of this and conflict was one of the few things I had 7th grade on lol.. like 19 years later thanks guys Reply Rachel, patrick,Johnny, Reply Sick boy 👦 Reply This song, in my heart, was made for me. Reply 1,000 dislike. Though are the poeple who say green day is more punk rock then them. And I say FUCK off Reply adrenaline starts to flow, we are trashing all around, Reply FANTASTICCCCCC BAND ,, Reply I HAVE A BAND THAT PLAYS THIS SONG.TRINCHEIRA , FROM RIO DE JANEIRO,BRASIL…WATCH,ENJOY AND SHARE ON YOUTUBE….THANKS….. Reply 2018 Reply now in my 38 i really like punk very much,i was and am into metal more,but now i can understand…maybe becouse i m sick and tired of many thing around me,i want to brake things and do damage Reply Not as good as the early 80's song of the same name performed by Wild Youth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc0Ztcdz7QU Reply Fuck Rancid and Green Day. The most mainstream I will ever go with US bands is F.E.A.R. Reply It Reply Oi, bruv. I'm tryna sneak about and crack some heads, but I'm dummy sicc and the clap of my docs keeps alerting the coppers. Reply We had a drug party in 526! Reply So what are these guys doing now I life? Reply GirlsBooze Hash Reply Jakarta Punk https://youtu.be/N8mr0rKmjek Reply 最高！！ Reply Like the back of his jacket (see photo) . Love the Adicts and their style of punk,oh GBH Are as well a very good punk outfit Reply Saludos del chapulin cardetti Reply Don´t type here please.Show some integrity.You should all be ashamed of yourselves. Me excluded.The Messenger Reply Oi! From Caerphilly! Home of the original "Anarchy in the UK!" tour! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!