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|Also known as||Agent 86 (1992–1993)|
|Origin||New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States|
|Years active||Since 1992|
|Labels||Little Dickman Records, Moon Ska Records, Radical Records|
|Associated acts||Hub City Stompers|
|Members||Giuseppe Mancini – Lead Vocal, Sally May Homer – Lead Vocal, Mathew Kappler – Guitar, Andy Daken – Bass Guitar, Mike Yak – Drums, Danielle Chiolo – Keyboard, Mathew Gerald Lott – Tenor Saxophone, Skylar Stills – Trombone|
They originally played shows as Agent 86 until late 1993, when they renamed themselves Inspecter 7.
After releasing a seven-inch single on Moon Ska Records, and appearing on several compilation albums, including all three volumes of the Oi: Skampilation series, the band signed to New York City record label Radical Records and began extensive East Coast touring. That year[when?] they released their first full-length album, The Infamous, which received positive reviews.
In 1997, the band toured nationally with Moon Ska Recording artists The Skoidats.
In 2013, they released their third full-length album, Escapes And Illusions, on Little Dickman Records.
- Giuseppe Mancini – Lead Vocal
- Sally May Homer – Lead Vocal
- Andy Daken – Bass
- Danielle Chiolo – Keyboard
- Mike Yak – Drums
- Skylar Stills – Trombone
- Mathew Kappler – Guitar
- Gary Mastriano – Saxophone
- "Agent 86" (backed with "SeeYa") – 7" single (Moon Ska Records, 1996)
- The Infamous (Radical Records, 1997)
- "Boots and Suits" – The Skoidats and Inspecter 7; 7" split (Radical Records, 1998)
- Banished to Bogeyland (Radical Records, 1999)
- Escapes and Illusions (Little Dickman Records, 2012)
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- [dead link] "New Jersey's Inspecter 7 Present the Bald Facts on Skinheads". Montreal Mirror.