Revolt Into Style (1999)

by The Dimestore Haloes

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Simultaneously their glammiest and punkiest. This was their follow up to "Thrill City Crime Control", and was released on Pelado Records, CD only. Four songs off this album were released as the "Everybody Loves You When You're Dead" vinyl 7 inch EP. Recorded at Euphoria Sound in Revere Mass (where Johnny Thunders recorded "Hurt Me"!) in 1998/99. Features the anthem "Come Bomb With Me" and the talents of the mysterious Barry Bang who was in the band only a few months and who disappeared entirely soon after. Nobody involved remembers his real last name.

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released July 7, 1999

Chaz Matthews- Vocals, Guitars
Jimmy Reject-Drums
Marcus Arvan-Bass
Barry Bang- rhythm guitar

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The Dimestore Haloes Boston, Massachusetts

Notorious Punk Rock 'N' Roll Weirdos from Boston, Mass. Equal parts the Replacements, Slade, and the Clash. They existed from 1995-2003. Several CDs, vinyl LPs and singles, as well as multiple compilation appearances are out there if you can find them. They appeared in virtually every punk fanzine of the day and opened for everyone from Nashville Pussy to the Casualties to the Groovie Ghoulies. ... more

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