Tuesday, 16 October 2012

DESCENDENTS






































"A tribute to Descendents"
Year:  2012
Country:  US
Label:  Either / Or records
Format:  CD
Tracks:  15
Time:  36 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:        Punk        Pop




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http://www.amiright.com/album-covers/images/album-Descendents-Milo-Goes-to-College.jpg"Milo goes to college"
Year:  1982
Country:  US
State:  California
Label:  New Alliance rec.
Format:  CD
Tracks:  15
Time:  27 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:        Punk        Pop






























Descendents were formed in 1977 as an acoustic duo by Frank Navetta, and David Nolte. Bill Stevenson soon hooked up with the duo as their drummer. At the end of 1977, Nolte became bass player for the Last, The and that group took precendent over David's commitment to to the Descendents, so he was replaced by Tony Lombardo, although David stuck around briefly to sing with the band. Their first release (as a trio at the time with Navetta and Lombardo handling vocals) was the Ride The Wild / It's A Hectic World 7" in the style of melodic garage pop.    "Milo Goes to College" is the debut album by the Manhattan Beach, California-based punk rock band Descendents, released in 1982 through "New Alliance Records". Its mix of fast and light hardcore with melodic punk pop and cheeky love songs led to it being considered one of the most significant albums of the early 1980s southern California hardcore punk movement. In fact, the majority of the melodic hardcore / punk bands created in mid 90s decade are influenced by Descendents as well as another few californian bands such as Bad Religion or the classic compilation "American Youth Report" (Various Artists, 1981).
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