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Marginal Man-DC gem

Dischord records rarely got it wrong and Marginal Man is no exception. Not as popular as some of their other bands like Minor Threat, Marginal Man comes tuff with great guitar and slammin lyrics. They break the mold of louder, faster, shorter and prove their musicianship through slightly longer more melodic songs. I loved loved loved this album back then and am thrilled to find it here on itunes. I can't wait to blast it out the windows!

Couldn't agree more

These guys were the inspiration that got me thru the BS of D.C. high school. The shows at DC Space were ledgendary. Countless nights back in the 80's cranking these guys to my heart's content, can now be joyfully relived via Itunes. 3.99??? WTF? Nice.

I like it.

Anyone know where i can get a hold of the lyrics?

Biography

Formed: 1982 in Washington DC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s

Marginal Man was a punk band from Washington, D.C., comprising guitarist Kenny Inouye, bassist Andre Lee, guitarist Peter Murray, drummer Mike Manos, and vocalist Steve Polcari. Formed in 1982 (after the dissolution of Artificial Peace, a band that included Murray, Manos, and Polcari), Marginal Man made their live debut in January of 1983 at D.C.'s legendary 9:30 club, opening for Faith and Minor Threat. After polishing a number of songs on-stage, they headed into Inner Ear Studios with Ian MacKaye...
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