25 ene. 2013

The Dils

  by Steve Huey
 The Dils were one of the biggest draws on the late '70s L.A. punk circuit. Led by harmonizing brothers Chip and Tony Kinman, the group played short, aggressive songs with political lyrics, often from a socialist viewpoint. During the group's four years of existence, it only released three 7-inch singles; all of their albums were posthumous, culled from the singles and various live performances. The group later evolved into Rank and File.
allmusic

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  1. Influencias de los Clash y poca cosa más podemos decir de este breve vídeo sacado de las catacumbas del punk. Creo que con Rank & File encontraron un mejor registro.

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