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Classic punk album

Have to also give mention to a couple of other tunes. Not Anymore is a huge, bitter anthem of a song that manages to be hauntingly melodic while still retaining all the energy of their other material. Down In Flames is also possibly the loudest, angriest punk tune ever. Great great album by a largely unrecognised band.

One of the best Punk bands that aren't so popular

Would never have heard of these guys if it weren't for the Beastie Boys, Possibly one of the most underrated albums of all time


Formed: 1976 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Punk

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The Dead Boys were one of the first punk bands to escalate the level of violence, nihilism, and pure ugliness of punk rock to extreme new levels. Although considered part of New York's mid-'70s CBGB's scene, all of its bandmembers originally hailed from Cleveland, OH. The group's roots lay in the early-'70s Cleveland cult band Rocket from the Tombs, which included future Dead Boys Cheetah Chrome (aka Gene O'Connor) on guitar, and Johnny Blitz (aka John Madansky) on drums, along with future Pere Ubu...
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Young, Loud and Snotty, Dead Boys
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Punk, Music, Alternative
  • Released: Oct 1977

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