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From: bj695@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Geoff Lupton)
Subject: Re: Dead Boys
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Michelle Chen (voxpop@nyc.pipeline.com) writes:
> Er, I just finished reading all the crap that's been infesting this NG
> lately, and I decided I'd start another pointless music thread in hopes
> that it will ease the tension here. 
> Does anyone like the Dead Boys?  I just spent half an hour yesterday
> evening listening to 20 different punk bands cover that song, "Sonic
> Reducer" on public access cable.  It was really strange.  Does anyone know
> why that song is so widely covered? 

Yeah, in me ol' high school days, the Dead Boys were one of my fave bands.
I highly recommend their live album _Night of the Living Dead Boys_, one
of the best live punk albums I have heard. Stiv Bators was always totally
over the top, especially live. Dunno why "Sonic Reducer" is so heavily
covered though... just a good song, maybe? Very influential it seems...


                                           
  

  


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