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The Damned: The Fantastic Four versus the Big Apple

Report by Barry Cain, Record Mirror, 23 April 1977

The story so far: Barry Cain and The Damned have journeyed to New York in pursuit of the evil CBGB... ...

UK in the USA '77

Live Review by Miles, New Musical Express, 30 April 1977

The Dead Boys: CBGBs, NYC ...

The Damned, The Dead Boys: CBGB, New York NY

Live Review by Joe Sasfy, Unicorn Times, May 1977

I SawThe Damned And The Dead Boys And Am Alive And Not Angry By Joe Sasfy, Doctor of Rockology ...

The Dead Boys: Pretty Vicious

Profile and Interview by Mary Harron, Sounds, 27 August 1977

THE DEAD BOYS are part of anew generation at CBGB's, a generation that has finally succeeded in erasing that fine line that divides the cool ...

Are You Ready for The Dead Boys?

Interview by Toby Goldstein, Circus, 13 October 1977

"THIS IS an anniversary present I got from a fan," Stiv Bators is saying, his face a mask of resigned weariness. He pulls up his ...

New York Lights Up With Soggy Matches!

Overview by Robert Duncan, Creem, November 1977

A Consumer Guide To Rock's Last Drag by Robert Drizzle Duncan ...

Dead Boys Tell No Tales (Under An Hour, That Is)

Report and Interview by Richard Riegel, Creem, February 1979

FIVE MINUTES into my first-ever meeting with the Dead Boys, and already I have an angle, a metaphorical hook for my story on the band: ...

The Resurrection of Stiv Bators

Report and Interview by Andy Schwartz, New York Rocker, September 1979

STIV BATORS is just about the easiest interviewee I've ever met. Just push "Record" and he'll talk for hours about anything that might make good ...

Old Dead Boys Never Die, They Just Get Spayed Away

Report by Richard Riegel, Creem, October 1982

LONDON/NEW YORK — One-time Dead Boy vocalist/ scartissue-monger Stiv Bators married his beloved, one Anastasia, on May 1st in London, thus breaking the dog-collared hearts ...

The Dead Boys: No Compromise, No Regrets

Obituary by Nina Antonia, Spiral Scratch, 11 June 1991

STIV BATORS, a man whose name read like an anagram, managed the rare feat of creative reincarnation, within the span of what was to be ...

The Germs: Germicide/The Dead Boys: All This And More/Various: What? Stuff (Bomp! Records)

Review by Gary Pig Gold, In Music We Trust, July 2001

OK CLASS, READY? It's time to remember exactly WHAT (real) Punk Rock is (was). ...

see also Stiv Bators

see also Lords of the New Church, The


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