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Album Review

The infamous debut record. Flo And Eddie's production doesn't help, but DMZ's retrogressive sound did not, at the time, fit the punk model. As a result, they seemed curiously out of place when compared to the other Sire offerings, specifically The Ramones and Richard Hell and the Voidoids. Still, this record explodes from the turntable with the benzedrine grunge of "Mighty Idy" and doesn't let up. Sure, it could've been better, but it's not nearly as bad as has been alleged.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Before Jeff "Monoman" Connolly formed Boston's seminal garage rock terrorists the Lyres, he was in a late-'70s prototype known as DMZ. With the exception of a few musicians, DMZ and the Lyres were essentially same-sounding bands; DMZ just played with a little more speed and punk verve. Oddly enough, during the late-'70s signing frenzy of any band even remotely associated with the punk scenes in Boston and New York City, DMZ got a shot with Sire Records. The label, exhibiting near-total artistic myopia,...
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