Most of the bands I like are defunct, but that doesn’t mean they should go unheard.
The result was one powerful typhoon of pop and punk, that reached magnitudes no one could have predicted.
Until recently, he was the lead singer of Reagan SS. Currently, he is employed in the baby-trading business (who knew it was so lucrative?).
I might not have hit on everything going on, or anything, but I hoped to provide a semi-broad grouping.
This isn’t supposed to be definitive; it’s just a series of songs that I like.
I cut out all the stuff that didn’t sound good to me anymore, and headed down to Razorcake HQ with a backpack full of old records.
I have no established set list prior to starting my “show.” I hate commercial radio and I’m glad I could bring some spontaneity to my radio show not on the radio.
It was tough to pick just one song from this record to play, but in the end I figured it best to start where I did with Track 1. If you liked it, you would do well to order it.
I think it’s crucial that those involved in any creative subculture, including punk, be open to influences outside the accepted comfort zones.
Don’t be surprised if there are some oddballs thrown in for good measure.