Atlanta's Anti-Heros helped to pioneer the late 80's American Oi! sound. Their first two albums, this debut from 1987 and 1988's 'Don't Tread On Me' are absolutely fantastic. Catchy songs about the streets, fighting and drinking, it's hard not to love it. They're definitely proud skinheads but they don't bring race into the picture, at least not lyrically. Angry without being over the top. Just alot of fun, really.
By the way, if you didn't know, 'Disco Riot' is a true story. And since there are two sides to every story (as mentioned in 'The Other Side'), you can find the heros version HERE and the Drivin' 'N' Cryin' (the 'moldy band') version HERE.