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Roifield asks Jez Collins of the Birmingham Music Archive, to if Birmingham is so big why isn’t it better?


"Madam Medusa" by UB40 was a vivid description of Margaret Thatcher's rise to power depicted in a grotesque style, featuring some of the band's most impassioned and bitter lyrics.


Beshara were a reggae band from Moseley, Birmingham, formed in 1976. The band are most notable for their 1981 lovers rock hit "Men Cry Too".

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