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Let's be real.

Honestly, Joe Lally could have put out a rap album and I still would've listened to it. Fitting are both the early 90s vibe that this album has and the fact that most of the songs revolve around the bass.


Joe Lally is amazing. His lyrics will exercise your brain, and could quite possibly make you feel something.....Oh and his bass playing is pretty outstanding.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Best known as a member of Fugazi, Joe Lally first learned bass after seeing a Minor Threat show with Dag Nasty's Peter Cortner, which prompted them to form a band. In 1987 he joined up with Ian MacKaye, Brendan Canty, and Guy Picciotto to make Fugazi, one of the most important groups in the American underground scene. In 2002, as Fugazi was on hiatus, Lally got together with ex-Frodus members Shelby Cinca and Jason Hamacher as Black Sea and released a single that year, soon after changing their name...
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