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True D.C. Hardcore

There were a number of great bands and artists that came out of Washington DC from the late 70's on, even into the 90's. I grew up in the punk scene there and in the surrounding suburbs, I was 13/14 in '80, and, to me, there were two bands that really stood out as the ideal of the DC hardcore/Punk sound. Those bands were Scream and BLACK MARKET BABY!! These guys made great music, they were awesome on stage, giving all they had in each performance. This album catches them pretty much at their best, capturing their unique sound well enough that even 35 years later I can hear a few seconds played on a cheap boom box in the next room and know instantly "Hey, that's Black Market Baby!" Of course there were other bands & individuals that surfaced from that scene to produce a lot of great music and join other bands, anyone who follows DC punk history knows who I'm referring to, but this is about B.M.B., and I would encourage anyone who likes hardcore, especially the DC Hardcore sound to BUY THIS ALBUM TODAY!

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Formed: Washington DC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

One of the few D.C.-area hardcore bands with no ties to the Dischord label, Black Market Baby nonetheless came to be looked upon as an influence on many of the local bands who followed. Enamored of the populist shout-along anthems of Sham 69 (unlike most of their peers, save for Iron Cross), the group also drew from British (the Damned, the Ruts) and American punk (Stooges, Dead Boys, Ramones) alike, with a bit of AC/DC-esque heavy metal thrown in for good measure. Black Market Baby grew out of a...
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