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8 Comments on " Aint Nothin To Do - The Dead Boys - Night Of The Living Dead Boys (CD, Album) "

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  • Dead Boys Night Of The Living Dead Boys records, LPs and CDs.
  • I've heard that this was the band's third actual / proper album. That bit of info might not be completely accurate but (to me, anyway) it doesn't matter. 'Night Of The Living Dead Boys' was recorded in March, at the New York City famed CBGB club and it was the final performance of the the original Dead Boy's .
  • I've heard that this was the band's third actual / proper album. That bit of info might not be completely accurate but (to me, anyway) it doesn't matter. 'Night Of The Living Dead Boys' was recorded in March, at the New York City famed CBGB club and it was the final performance of the the original Dead Boy's /5(11).
  • The Dead Boys were and are seminal fixtures in the development of American Punk. Their stage shows were intense, loud and bloody. This collection is a must have for the Dead Boys affecienado. However, if you've never heard these guys, then do yourself a favor and pick up "Young Loud and Snotty". "All This and More" is for the rabid D.B. fan only.
  • Song Ain't Nothin' to Do; Artist Dead Boys; Album Ain't Nothin' to Do; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Warner Catalog and O/H); LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Exploration Group (Music.
  • Fellow Cleveland types Pere Ubu may have won the artistic kudos for their adventurous, surprising work, but if the goal was just to rock and rock again, the Dead Boys had them totally trumped. As both title phrase and capsule description, Young, Loud & Snotty accurately defines the predominating aesthetic so well that one could just leave it at that, but there's a lot more going on here than.
  • Like the Sex Pistols and N.W.A, the Dead Boys seemed built to self-destruct. The Cleveland punk rockers were so combustible, so reckless, so nihilistic that you figured they couldn't stay together for more than a few years -- and sure enough, the band broke up after only two studio albums.