DICKIES - Dogs From The Hare That Bit Us (77 L.A. punkers) PROMO CD

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The Dickies were among the first punk rock bands to emerge from Los Angeles. They formed in early 1977 after guitarist Stan Lee and bassist Billy Club saw The Damned on their first American tour. The band made their live debut at the Whisky a Go Go in September of the same year. The Dickies were the first California punk band to appear on network television (C.P.O. Sharkey), and the first California punk band to be signed to a major record label (A&M Records)

The Dickies' style is campy and humorous, influenced by The Ramones, for whom they sometimes opened in venues especially on the East coast, such as CBGB in the Bowery of NYC and across the river in the "The Showplace" Dover NJ (1978), along with the Nerds, and Nozon. This Eastern blitz made them a punk band of national recognition coming from the L.A. Scene.[ The Dickies are popular in the United Kingdom, and had a Top 10 single with "Banana Splits (Tra La La Song)".


Solitary Confinement  
Easy Livin'  
Unconscious Power  
There's A Place  
Nobody But Me  
Can't Let Go  
Let Me Out  
Epistle To Dippy