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With their first studio album in eight years, 999 return with guitars blazing. Ignoring the albums 13th Floor Madness and Face to Face, this album starts where 1981's Concrete left off. "Black Flowers for the Bride" is a fantastic, thumping opener that equals any of their earlier concert anthems. Kicking into a lower gear with the second track "(There Is No Glory In) Mary's Story," the album doesn't quite reach the heights of that opener, but it does get awfully close. "Signed Dangerous of Hollywood" rocks harder than most bands half their age. "Bye Bye Bones" is a great little rock & roller. "Everybody Needs It" is classic 999 at their most playful. "Absolution" and "Crazy Crazy Crazy" are great rockers played the way that only 999 could play them: edgy, energetic, and fun. Though the songs are not as hook-filled as their earlier material, overall, You Us It! is an album that will always be classified as punk but in reality is just a great slab of rock & roll. ~ Steve "Spaz" Schnee, Rovi


Formed: May, 1977

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the longest-lived groups of the punk era, 999 formed in London in December 1976. Led by vocalist/guitarist Nick Cash, a onetime student at the Canterbury College of Art under the tutelage of Ian Dury and a former member of the pub rock units Kilburn and the High Roads, the band also included guitarist Guy Days, bassist Jon Watson, and drummer Pablo LaBrittain. After dispensing with a series of names -- including 48 Hours, the Fanatics, and the Dials -- 999 quickly established themselves as...
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