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The Lurkers

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The Lurkers combined the stripped-down, pulsing simplicity of the Ramones with the snarling stylishness of the Damned. They pounded, pushed, punched and kicked their way through brash, howling two-minute songs. Bass and drums lead the storming attack with rhythms that take over your heartbeat -- you'll feel it pounding in your skull. Flashy guitars lean in and press against you like a cold steel blade. Then the vocals make their invasion, monotone yet devious, snide and cynical, drawing blood and loving it. The Lurkers were killer, an underrated band from the so-called golden era of punk (1977). How is it that older Punk bands could use three easy chords and still come up with killer, catchy songs?

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The Lurkers combined the stripped-down, pulsing simplicity of the Ramones with the snarling stylishness of the Damned. They pounded, pushed, punched and kicked their way through brash, howling two-minute songs. Bass and drums lead the storming attack with rhythms that take over your heartbeat -- you'll feel it pounding in your skull. Flashy guitars lean in and press against you like a cold steel blade. Then the vocals make their invasion, monotone yet devious, snide and cynical, drawing blood and loving it. The Lurkers were killer, an underrated band from the so-called golden era of punk (1977). How is it that older Punk bands could use three easy chords and still come up with killer, catchy songs?

About The Lurkers

The Lurkers combined the stripped-down, pulsing simplicity of the Ramones with the snarling stylishness of the Damned. They pounded, pushed, punched and kicked their way through brash, howling two-minute songs. Bass and drums lead the storming attack with rhythms that take over your heartbeat -- you'll feel it pounding in your skull. Flashy guitars lean in and press against you like a cold steel blade. Then the vocals make their invasion, monotone yet devious, snide and cynical, drawing blood and loving it. The Lurkers were killer, an underrated band from the so-called golden era of punk (1977). How is it that older Punk bands could use three easy chords and still come up with killer, catchy songs?

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About The Lurkers

The Lurkers combined the stripped-down, pulsing simplicity of the Ramones with the snarling stylishness of the Damned. They pounded, pushed, punched and kicked their way through brash, howling two-minute songs. Bass and drums lead the storming attack with rhythms that take over your heartbeat -- you'll feel it pounding in your skull. Flashy guitars lean in and press against you like a cold steel blade. Then the vocals make their invasion, monotone yet devious, snide and cynical, drawing blood and loving it. The Lurkers were killer, an underrated band from the so-called golden era of punk (1977). How is it that older Punk bands could use three easy chords and still come up with killer, catchy songs?

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