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The Boys - I Don't Care

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On this date in 1977, The Boys released their debut single, "I Don't Care". It was backed by "Soda Pressing". Both tracks appeared on their self-titled debut album. The London punk/power pop band recorded four albums as The Boys plus one under their holiday alter-ego, The Yobs, before disbanding in 1982. They were not newcomers to the scene as Matt Dangerfield and and Casino Steel were both with London SS with Mick Jones (The Clash), Tony James (Generation X) and Brian James(The Damned) before forming The Boys. The Boys have done some live performances since.



Wikipedia: The Boys

Official Website: theboys.co.uk

Blogload: The Boys - debut album - and more - digivinyltal.blogspot.com

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Before The Boys Casino Steel was in The Hollywood Brats and after The Boys he returned to his native homeland Norway and had a long carrier as a duo with Englishman Gary Holton. After that in duo with Claudia Scott and in the trio Claudia, Big Hand, Casino and in the band CCCP. Short term involment into The Last Rock`n`Roll Band and on Ian Hunters album "Dirty Laundry". Discography here;
http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casino_Steel

Club80 said...

Thanks

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