Buster brings bad act back to play Rushden’s Attic

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Buster Bloodvessel brings Bad Manners back to Northamptonshire this weekend.

The legendary 2 tone band were one of many to take inspiration from the Specials and the ska revival movement during the 1970s.

They became fan favourites because of their frontman’s silly on-stage antics.

Their hits included Lip Up Fatty and Special Brew.

They released their debut album Ska ‘n’ B in 1980.

Their ninth album, Stupidity was released in 2003.

Bad Manners play the Attic in Rushden on Sunday, August 25.

The venue is above the athletic club in Newton Road.

Support is by Max Splodge and The Pressure Tones. There will also be a DJ reggae special.

Tickets cost £19.80 and doors open at 7pm. Tickets via www.wegottickets.com/event/226643.