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Rank & File: Sundown

Review by Roy Trakin, Creem, March 1983

TIME WAS BROTHERS Chip and Tony Kinman were just another coupla SoCal surfpunks, bitchin' 'bout class wars and hating the rich. The Dils, which was ...

Rank & File: Sundown (Slash Records)

Review by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, March 1983

RANK & FILE are a rather unusual four-piece: a Commie punk country band who've accrued a national reputation in America with record speed. Mind you, ...

Life After Punk: Rank and File

Interview by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, October 1983

Rank and File’s Founders Chip and Tony Kinman walked out on hardcore punk stardom to take up their "white trash’ influences in country music. ...

Rank and File

Interview by Blake Gumprecht, Alternative America, Winter 1983

FROM THE REMNANTS of two of America's seminal punk bands, the Dils and the Nuns, comes Rank and File. ...

Western Union: Rank And File

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, May 2003

A new archival set revisits Chip and Tony Kinman’s pioneering alt-country outfit Rank And File, as the brothers continue to expand their Cowboy Nation. ...

Rank and File: Twangbearers

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Harp, August 2003

IN THE early ’80s, some called Rank and File "cowpunks" – others called them just plain revolutionary. ...

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