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Paranoid Visions

Paranoid Visions

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Paranoid Visions, formed in 1981 were part of the early anarcho punk stable of bands…what made them different was that they were from Dublin in Ireland and this isolation resulted in them developing a unique sound.
During the 1980s Paranoid Visions became a very succesful and borderline mainstream crossover act in their home country turning down sveral advances from major labels in order to keep the moral highground.
In 2005 the band reformed (having previously reformed for an offered slot on the Sex Pistols Filthy Lucre tour and later for a slot on The Damned’s 25th anniversary tour) and since then have been very prolific releasing three singles, two new albums and two back catalogue albums along with a live recording from the early 1990s.
2011 saw the band have two Top 10 hits in the mainstream Irish charts with ‘Der Election’ and ‘Outsider Artist’.
2012 saw the ‘Welcome To The Austerity Complex’ album build on their commercial success in Ireland and expand their fanbase worldwide. The critically successful album featured guest appearances from: Steve Ignorant, TV Smith, Zillah Minx and The Shend.
In 2013 they released a collaborative album with ex-Crass vocalist Steve Ignorant titled ‘When...?’ and performed the album at selective gigs and various festivals.
2015 sees the release of a new single ‘Two Black Eyes’ and an album will follow.
The band have appeared in films such as: ‘The Commitments’,’3 Crosses’, ‘Yell(ow) and ‘Little Foxes’.
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Paranoid Visions "40 Shades Of Gangreen"
Album: 40 Shades Of Gangreen
Genre: Punk
Paranoid Visions "9 Months To The Disco"
Album: 40 Shades Of Gangreen
Genre: Punk
Paranoid Visions "Acts Of Love"
Album: 40 Shades Of Gangreen
Genre: Punk
Paranoid Visions "Aids"
Album: 40 Shades Of Gangreen
Genre: Punk
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