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Summary
  • Type: Band
  • Hometown: Boston, MA
  • Active: 1976 - 1979
  • Number of gigs played: 3
  • Number of other acts played with: 3
Sceneroller, Tracks (Boston) , George Maloof, Chuck “Angel” Myra, Paul “Kidd” Kross, “Wild Johnny” Lewis, Jeff Rey, Lorry Doll, John Shriver, Pat O’Neill
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About This Act

From LorryDoll.com:

“Mid-seventies Boston and a new local music scene was being forged in defiant opposition to tired arena acts and disco. Jeff (Mono Man) Connolly and JJ Rassler powered DMZ, while John Felice led the Real Kids on stripped down rockers inspired by 60s garage bands. On the darker side, Tracks’ Lorry Doll growled and spit out the lyrics to  “Gang War Rumble,” “I Don’t Need You” and “Love Is (Bondage and Leather).” Co-founded with fellow art student/guitarist Jeff Rey, Lorry and Tracks joined a handful of other bands at the infamous Rat igniting Boston’s new music scene; just as Television, the Ramones, Talking Heads and others were doing the same in New York.”

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  • Nid: 19829
  • Nid: 19830
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