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Beserkley Records: The Fabled Label
Overview by Ian Birch, Sounds, 16 October 1976
SOME PLACES become legendary. Mystical meccas for the besotted. That is usually until you sample them first hand. ...
Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, May 1977
THE RUBINOOS, Beserkley Records' hot new quartet of Bay Area teenagers, lead off their debut album with a new version of Tommy James' 1967 classic ...
Greg Kihn: Again; The Rubinoos: The Rubinoos (Beserkley)
Review by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 18 June 1977
JOHNNY RAMONE recently pointed out that, if they had come out now instead of the mid-60s, 'You Really Got Me' and 'Doo Wah Diddy' wouldnt ...
Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 9 July 1977
THE RUBINOOS sing a song all about how rock & roll is dead. It shouldn't really worry them either way, because in Rubinoo-land everyone's a ...
Rubinoos: Theoretical Boys In Search Of The Summer Single
Interview by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, August 1979
IT IS A PERFECT world: the date is anywhere between May 15 and June 28; you are fourteen years old, and the days are getting ...
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