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excellent album

Great band. Great album. Totally overlooked band. Great songs, lyrics, energy - even a sense of humor. California punk without the excessive antics of hardcore or the amateurish happy-go-lucky punk. Whole album is solid. Nobody sounds like them. Just sample the first song, "They Lie/You Die" and you'll get an idea of their sound - so..."on point". Can't believe this is the first review. People need to wake up.


Genre: Alternative

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

Essentially vocalist Casey Royer surrounded by an ever-changing lineup of sidemen, D.I. got its start in Orange County, CA, in 1982. After honing his chops as drummer in the original lineup of Social Distortion, Royer put together D.I. and released their first self-titled EP soon after. A 1984 appearance in the Penelope Spheeris film Suburbia gained the band notoriety, and further credibility was established when ex-Adolescents guitarist Rikk Agnew (also of the original Social Distortion) joined...
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