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Dead Boys

Über Dead Boys

Probably one of the most nihilistic, disgusting and brutish bands to emerge from the 1970s CBGB scene -- and among its best -- the Dead Boys were the real life delinquents the Sex Pistols so desperately wanted to be. The Boys didn't just play rock 'n' roll; rather, they slashed it to sharp-as-glass-edged shards with their guitars, chewed it up into even tinier bits, and spit it out at anyone who would listen. If that wasn't enough, Stiv Bators' sandpaper-textured growl made their music even more aggressive and threatening. Their deliberate obnoxiousness and offensive nature helped shape Punk's wonderfully ugly attitude.

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Dead Boys

Probably one of the most nihilistic, disgusting and brutish bands to emerge from the 1970s CBGB scene -- and among its best -- the Dead Boys were the real life delinquents the Sex Pistols so desperately wanted to be. The Boys didn't just play rock 'n' roll; rather, they slashed it to sharp-as-glass-edged shards with their guitars, chewed it up into even tinier bits, and spit it out at anyone who would listen. If that wasn't enough, Stiv Bators' sandpaper-textured growl made their music even more aggressive and threatening. Their deliberate obnoxiousness and offensive nature helped shape Punk's wonderfully ugly attitude.

Über Dead Boys

Probably one of the most nihilistic, disgusting and brutish bands to emerge from the 1970s CBGB scene -- and among its best -- the Dead Boys were the real life delinquents the Sex Pistols so desperately wanted to be. The Boys didn't just play rock 'n' roll; rather, they slashed it to sharp-as-glass-edged shards with their guitars, chewed it up into even tinier bits, and spit it out at anyone who would listen. If that wasn't enough, Stiv Bators' sandpaper-textured growl made their music even more aggressive and threatening. Their deliberate obnoxiousness and offensive nature helped shape Punk's wonderfully ugly attitude.

Über Dead Boys

Probably one of the most nihilistic, disgusting and brutish bands to emerge from the 1970s CBGB scene -- and among its best -- the Dead Boys were the real life delinquents the Sex Pistols so desperately wanted to be. The Boys didn't just play rock 'n' roll; rather, they slashed it to sharp-as-glass-edged shards with their guitars, chewed it up into even tinier bits, and spit it out at anyone who would listen. If that wasn't enough, Stiv Bators' sandpaper-textured growl made their music even more aggressive and threatening. Their deliberate obnoxiousness and offensive nature helped shape Punk's wonderfully ugly attitude.

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