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Produced in Switzerland in 1992, the Peacocks enjoy an odd hybrid of third-wave ska and rockabilly. The trio debuted in 1996 with INCLUDE Us, and came back in 1999 with In Without Knocking. Angel was released on Asian Guy in early 2001.

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Music Songs Older Than Punk, Not Your Man, Gimme More, I Can Do a Lot for My Size, We've All Seen Better Days, Cut Across Shorty, Don’t Know Too Much About It, I Don’t Like No One, How Did They Do That?, Good & Honest, Sex and Drugs and Rocks Through Your Window, Love / Trouble, Thanks for the Young Idea, Ballroom Blitz, Want/Need/Afford, Shitlist, I Wanna Be a Cop Too, Next Room Sleeping, Tape Girls, Zurich Is a Cocaine Town, Come With Us, Fleamarket, Drink Alone, You Don’t Always Want What You Get, You’re Not Better, Don’t Forget Your Dreams, It’s All a Lot of Bollocks, Letter to the Censors, Nothing's Dangerous Anymore, Don’t Ask the Kids, My Generation, Shiftless
Albums In Without Knockin’, Touch and Go, It’s Time For, After All, Come With Us, Don’t Ask, Flamingo, Made in Japan, Angel, Greatest Hits & Misses, Dem-O-Lition, Gimme More (The Best of the Rest & Leftovers), The Peacocks / Potshot

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