Dogmatics - Thayer St. mp3 flac
Find a Dogmatics - Thayer St. first pressing or reissue. Complete your Dogmatics collection. Dogmatics – Thayer St. Label: Homestead Records – HMS003. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Test Pressing.
In 1984 the Dogmatics would release their 1st and only single to date on their own label Cat records. Gimme the Shakes on the A-side and the Eddie Cochran classic 20 Flite rock on the B-side. In 1985 the Dogmatics signed with Homestead Records and released their 1st album Thayer Street. Everybody Does It was hatched in June of 1986. Teenager on drugs was released on the Mr. Beautiful compilation. Teenage girls on the Rock turns to Stone complation. The Paul O’Halloran penned classic It sure don’t feel like Xmas time was featured on the Midnite Xmas Mess compilation.
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The Dogmatics were a Boston, Massachusetts band, active in the 1980s. Peter, Paul, and Jerry met in the first grade at St. Matthew's Catholic school in Dorchester, Massachusetts. After eight years at St. Matthew's, each of their families moved from Dorchester to South Shore suburbs during while they were in high school. Paul started a band with lifelong friend ., singer Skag, guitarist Sam Babbitt, and drummer Joey Olsen. They called themselves the Savage Beasties.
Listen to music from Dogmatics like Teenage Lament, You Say & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dogmatics. Peter, Paul and Jerry met each other in the 1st grade at St. Matthew's in Dorchester. They would endure 8 years of discipline together The twins moved to Kingston and Jerry to Weymouth.
Album: Everybody Does It Year: 1986. Possessed by the same rock ‘n’ roll spirit as The Replacements - not really hardcore, but fueled by punk rock - all that Boston’s Dogmatics lacked was a singer and songwriter as world-beating as Paul Westerberg. Which, to be fair, was the same for 99% of every other band ever. Their two records - 1984’s Thayer Street and 1986’s Everybody Does It - were full of song titles like MTV-O. Pussy Whipped Hardcore Rules, and Shithouse. You know it don’t bother me I wouldn’t live on Thayer St. I wouldn’t live on Thayer St. Now, of course, I could be reading a whole lot into this, for all I know, Thayer Street was the first song they wrote. But to me the whole song points to a future that they were never going to have.
Bought Thayer Street on vinyl forever ago and have been waiting for something to finally show up on here. My Dogmatics is a staple in the household and now they can be a staple in the digital age. You are looking at this album which means you should OWN this album. Support Rock n Roll in it's purest form. MannyFried, 04/18/2011. Finally Digital! My Dogmatics is a staple in the household and now they can be a staple in the digital age. More By The Dogmatics. See All. Thayer St. The Dogmatics: 1981-86 1995.
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Horns – Skin Tones Horn SectionSaxophone – Mike "Climate Control" Evans*Trombone – Bill Murphy Trumpet – Carlo Tacky
|A3||M.T.V. - O.D.||3:05|
|A4||King Size Cigarette
Lead Guitar – Johnny AngelWritten-By – Charlie Chesterman
|B1||Gimme The Shakes
Saxophone – Steve LeGrega*
Lead Guitar – Johnny Angel
|B3||Good Looking Girls||2:19|
|B4||Hard Core Rules||3:12|
- Bass, Vocals – Paul O'Halloran
- Drums – Tom Long
- Engineer – Dave James
- Guitar – Peter O'Halloran
- Guitar, Vocals – Jerry Lehane
- Mastered By – Porky
- Mixed By – Rob "Goody" Dimit*
- Mixed By [Asst.] – Carrie Wassenaar
- Photography – B.C. Kagan
- Producer – Johnny Angel
NotesA Porky Prime Cut.
|HMS003||Dogmatics||Thayer St. (LP, Album, TP)||Homestead Records||HMS003||US||1984|