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Fishbone Flies the Black Rock Flag High

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Fishbone Flies the Black Rock Flag High

Fishbone Flies the Black Rock Flag High

Fishbone Flies the Black Rock Flag High

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The members of punk-ska band Fishbone. Soul in Color hide caption

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Soul in Color

The members of punk-ska band Fishbone.

Soul in Color

Angelo Moore and Norwood Fisher created the legendary punk-ska group Fishbone when they were junior high school students in 1979. They talk to Farai Chideya about their new album, Still Stuck in Your Throat, as well as the meaning and impact of black rock.

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