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The Randoms - A B C D


On this date in 1977, The Randoms released their debut single, "A B C D". It was backed by "Let's Get Rid Of New York". The Randoms were a Los Angeles, california punk band. This was their only release. John Doe of X was their bass player.

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Anonymous said...

Interesting to see there was a band called "the Randoms" in L.A. We had a band in Berlin, Germany with that name roughly from 1964 to 1968 or 1969.

Anonymous said...

Yes there was a band in Berlin called The Randoms, I was the drummer with them in 1966
The band stopped playing in 67

Anonymous said...

So, Klepi, this must be you then who left the comment... or even Matthias, your predecessor? Gruß von Jack (for those who don’t know: one of the founders of "The Randoms")

Anonymous said...

In fall of 1967 they won a band contest and played on until 1968/69. So Mr. Drummer, which one are you? We had Christian first, then Matthias, then Klepi... Jack (one of the original founders and players of the Randoms in Berlin)

Anonymous said...

Hi Jack, its Matthias, lol
good to hear from you, I am in
Hawaii now, Karsten send me the article you wrote, very cool
Gruesse an Dich auch

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