A League Of Their Own
English punk rockers Anti-Nowhere League have been a force on the punk circuit since the late ‘70s. They reached No 1 in the Independent Charts with their debut album We Are…The League from 1982, and their aggressive cover of Ralph McTell’s ‘Streets Of London’ spent five weeks in the listings.
But it was the B-side, the expletive laden ‘So What’, that has been their anthem for decades. Copies of the single were initially seized from their distributor Pinnacle by the Met Police Obscene Publication Squad, and a cover version from heavy metal titans Metallica cemented its place in punk rock history. Cherry Red represent all of Anti-Nowhere League’s original recordings, alongside some of their later albums.
We also publish much of the Anti-Nowhere League catalogue.