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THE DOGS D’AMOUR: the state we’re in (Kumibeat Records, 1984) An euphoric power pop riff, a chorus that could have been written by Slade in 1972 had Slade been a little less ham-fisted, and we’re diving head first into the what could have been the definitive glam punk statement of the 80s. Unfortunately, it was […]
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Imagine all those New York loser-punk bands from the 70s shooting up generous doses of meth instead of smack. They may well have sounded like The Heart Attacks, the band from Atlanta whose album Hellbound and Heartless was released in late 2006.
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