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Band member Ivor Perry briefly worked with the post-split Smiths.

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Easterhouse was a British indie rock group from the mid to late 1980s, known for jangly guitars and leftist political leaning.

Named after the Easterhouse area of Glasgow, the band was formed in Stretford, near Manchester by brothers Andy and Ivor Perry, Peter Vanden, Gary Rostock and Michael Murray in the early 1980s. Andy Perry, intrigued by communism and inspired by Bob Marley's direct delivery of political content, was invited to join the band in order to improve its lyrical content. Perry's political stance reflected the perspectives of the then active Revolutionary Communist Party, with particular regard to Irish politics.


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Easterhouse was a British indie rock group from the mid to late 1980s, known for jangly guitars and leftist political leaning.