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Tin Huey - English Kids


On this date in 1980, Tin Huey released their second single, "English Kids". It was backed by "Sister Rose". Neither song appeared on their debut album, Contents Dislodged During Shipping. The experimental new wave/power pop band from Akron, Ohio disbanded in 1982 with just the one album. They re-formed and released new material in 1999 and remained active until the death of bass player, and founding member, Mark Price of colon cancer on November 6, 2008.

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Anonymous said...

I just saw these guys play a reunion show in Akron -- they're absolutely phenomenal, and it's a shame that their contribution to rock and roll may be forgotten.

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