Young Lion Records 45, 1984
Lead screamer Mick Divvens led this amazing Ohio outfit through three devastating 45s on their own Young Lion label in the mid-80s; this sneering, withering put-down might have been the best of them. While they were often lumped in with the garage revival that was going on at the time, they didn't really sound like any of the Voxx bands with Brian Jones haircuts. Despite covering garage classics like "You Can Make It" and Goin' Too Far" and recording a song called "1966," their particular throb seems to have been at least partially influenced by American punk bands from the latter half of the 70s. The combination produced a record that would sound absolutely contemporary if you bought it tomorrow.