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Warzone

About Warzone

Ray Beez of Warzone was one of Hardcore's most garrulous talking heads. Not since Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69 has Punk had a spokesman so devoted to "the good fight" and so vocal in telling others how to fight it. Beez sang for tolerance, justice, self-respect, unity. Every Warzone anthem was essentially a harder, faster version of "We Are the World." In retrospect, the band's youth-springs-eternal optimism and golden intentions took real integrity, and they deserve credit for daring not to be jaded and angry just for the sake of being jaded and angry.

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Warzone

Ray Beez of Warzone was one of Hardcore's most garrulous talking heads. Not since Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69 has Punk had a spokesman so devoted to "the good fight" and so vocal in telling others how to fight it. Beez sang for tolerance, justice, self-respect, unity. Every Warzone anthem was essentially a harder, faster version of "We Are the World." In retrospect, the band's youth-springs-eternal optimism and golden intentions took real integrity, and they deserve credit for daring not to be jaded and angry just for the sake of being jaded and angry.

About Warzone

Ray Beez of Warzone was one of Hardcore's most garrulous talking heads. Not since Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69 has Punk had a spokesman so devoted to "the good fight" and so vocal in telling others how to fight it. Beez sang for tolerance, justice, self-respect, unity. Every Warzone anthem was essentially a harder, faster version of "We Are the World." In retrospect, the band's youth-springs-eternal optimism and golden intentions took real integrity, and they deserve credit for daring not to be jaded and angry just for the sake of being jaded and angry.

About Warzone

Ray Beez of Warzone was one of Hardcore's most garrulous talking heads. Not since Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69 has Punk had a spokesman so devoted to "the good fight" and so vocal in telling others how to fight it. Beez sang for tolerance, justice, self-respect, unity. Every Warzone anthem was essentially a harder, faster version of "We Are the World." In retrospect, the band's youth-springs-eternal optimism and golden intentions took real integrity, and they deserve credit for daring not to be jaded and angry just for the sake of being jaded and angry.