The 1970s brought in an era of shaved hair, funky music, and violent sport, and Chris Brown was in the thick of it. The regulation haircut, clip-on braces, shrunk Levis, and bovver bootshe had the look that every self-respecting bovver boy tried for, and he launched himself into the culture of the decade with a passion. This is a story of those times, of the adrenaline-packed Saturday outings, Tonik suits, terraces, and The Maytals, of race riots, safety pins, and The Clash by way of P.Funk, platform shoes, and discos.
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