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An excellent, if brief (12 tracks) part-career retrospective, part-collection of oddities that includes their 1979 debut single "How Do You Know" b/w "Don't Give it Up Now." Packaged as a parody of the Rolling Stones' controversial Some Girls, Some Lyres proves to be a valuable introduction.

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Worth 9.99 for She pays the Rent alone

IF you've made it to this page, there is hope for you yet. Spend the $9.99 and ROCK ON!

Biography

Formed: 1979 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

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

Few bands in Boston rock & roll history have lasted as long, and made as much good music, as Lyres. Led by garage rock obsessive, record collector, Farfisa organ king, and world-class megalomaniac Jeff "Monoman" Conolly, Lyres rose from the ashes of Conolly's first band, DMZ. Sporting a similar high-energy trash-rock sound indebted to the Seeds, ? & the Mysterians, the Stooges, and the early British Invasion (especially early Kinks), Lyres, for a brief, shining moment, were the kingpins of Boston's...
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