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Wondrous!

No wave captured like a cockroach with a cup over it in a dirty loft. I read that they rehearsed relentlessly, only to play a few shows before disbanding, so I'm really glad somebody captured this. "Staircase" is terrifying, "Baby Doll" is actually groovy in spurts, but it all leaves your hands where they were the moment you pressed play. Lydia's importance could be incalculable...I'm not sure, I've never tried to calculate it. Definitely cute, though. You don't need an abacus to figure that out. Challenging.

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very solid

Biography

Formed: 1977

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s

The first band formed by vocalist/guitarist/provocateur Lydia Lunch, Teenage Jesus & the Jerks were the center of New York's short-lived no wave movement. Cacophonous, confrontational, and fiercely inaccessible, Teenage Jesus generally played ten- to 15-minute shows, never released a full-length album, and disbanded after a relatively brief existence. Even so, they were instrumental in laying the groundwork for the noise rock movement of the '80s, and their work still sounds as forbidding and...
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