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The Remains

Remains, The

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The Remains (Long-Haired Dropouts) to Be Seen

Profile by Robert Shelton, The New York Times, 11 December 1965

FOUR BOSTON University undergraduates have decided to spend their junior year in rock 'n' roll. ...

Captain Beefheart, The Remains: Too Many 'Diddy Wahs'

Profile by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, 4 June 1966

ONE GROUP is from Boston and claims to be protesting the British influence on American music. The other group is from California and proudly declares ...

The Remains: Beatle Tour — 'Like Playing In A Closet'

Interview by Rochelle Reed, KRLA Beat, 24 September 1966

"PLAYING THE Beatle tour was like performing in a closet with the lights off," confessed Briggs, one of the Remains who wandered up to The ...

The Remains: They're After Perfection

Profile and Interview by uncredited writer, Hit Parader, October 1966

MEET THE Remains — a group who are as much engineers as musicians, since today it's as vital to know how to play an amplifier ...

Nuggets; Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era Compiled by Lenny Kaye (Elektra 7E-2006)

Review by Greg Shaw, Rolling Stone, 4 January 1973

Punk Rock: the arrogant underbelly of '60s pop ...

The A-Z of Punk

Overview by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 17 July 1976

THE ORIGINAL idea behind this A-Z was to try and provide a guide to 'punk' as it's now generally understood, i.e. as much a question ...

The Remains: The Remains

Retrospective by Mark Kemp, Paste, 8 November 2007

Original debut and outtakes cast Boston rockers as America's lost Stones ...


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