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Album Review

The Dirtys attempt to resurrect the spirit of classic rock & roll on You Should Be Sinnin'..., fusing Chuck Berry-esque riffs with considerable bad-boy attitude for maximum raunch.

Customer Reviews

Snarling garage-PUNK rock at it's best

From start to finish, this is a winner. "Rock It Out Tonight" deserves it's legendary status as one of the fiercest slabs of greasy amped-up rock-n-roll aggression to hit the streets in forever, and the rest of this album just kicks yer teeth in. If bands like Oblivians get yer juices flowing, you will not want to miss this - The Dirtys mine a similar vein, but one that turns the punk part of garage-punk up to 11. Released 13 years ago, and still blowing the doors off most everything that has come since... Listen to the samples, then just buy it already.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Port Huron, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

With nothing else to do in Port Huron, Michigan except drink, listen to the Stooges and start a bottle breaking, obnoxious rock troupe. At least that was the case for Screamin' Joe Burdick (bass/ vocals), Nick Lloyd (drums), Larry TerBush (guitar/ vocals) and Marc Watt (guitar) when they got together The Dirtys in early 1996. Known for their destructive stage presence and getting themselves banned...
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