The debut 7" from Leicester's B-Squadron has ensured recognition as an up and coming band in the new breed of British Oi! As the thundering bass intro of opening track 'Saturday's Soldiers' builds up, you know they mean business and it's confirmed when you're met by such a raw ferocity akin to Combat 84 and Cockney Rejects. 'Means Of Escape' is no less raucous and has potential to be to 21st century Oi! fans what The Last Resort's 'Violence In Our Minds' was to the skins of the 1980's. 9/10
Favorite track: Means Of Escape..