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4th of July / Positively 4th Street [Digital 45] - Single

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Customer Reviews

one of the greatest songs ever

John Doe and Exene sound amazing on this one...bittersweet lyrics, great guitar...if some station in 1987 would of added this to one of their playlists, it coulda broke them into the bigtime I think.

One of their best

No matter how long I go without hearing this song, anytime I hear a reference to the Fourth of July I think of it. 'See How We Are' was a great record, with a cool twangy vibe (courtesy of Dave Alvin).

And btw - everyone knows the B-side, '4th street' is a Dylan song - we're reviewing '4th of July', a Doe/Cervenka composition. Jerk.

Biography

Formed: 1977 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

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

X were far from the first punk rock band in Los Angeles, and they weren't the first to achieve some level of nationwide recognition, but in a very real way, they were the ones who put the L.A. punk scene on the map. X were the first L.A. punk band to be taken seriously by the rock press on both coasts, and at a time when many wondered how punk could thrive in the land of all that was mellow, X played music that was as raw, passionate, and powerful as anything coming out of New York, London, or any...
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