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The Drones- Live In Japan CD ~REISSUE!

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The Drones- Live In Japan CD.  The Drones were there at punk’s inception and create bonafide DIY three-chord wonders. Formed in Manchester in 1975, the band started out as a pub rock outfit called Rockslide before morphing into the Drones in ‘76. They became one of the pioneering punk bands that performed in the first few months of the now-legendary Roxy Club. They supported The Vibrators in January 1977 and headlined in February of the same year. They supported X-Ray Spex and Chelsea in March ‘77 and helped pave the way for the first wave UK punk scene as it forumulated. They’ve went on to tour all over the world including a stop in Japan in 1997 where they played two shows. This CD captures both of those shows and compiles the 25 best songs from both of those shows. It’s a nice and clean soundboard recording if you’re a Drones fan.

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