Já que ta rolando uma tarde musical, vão três clássicos da minha juventude. Todas dos anos 80.
The Toy Dolls are an English punk rock band. They formed in 1979, playing their first concert at Millview Social Club, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, on 20 October 1979.
While much punk rock is political or angry, the Toy Dolls worked within the esthetics of punk to express a sense of irreverent adolescent fun with irreverent lyrics and song titles such as “Yul Brynner Was A Skinhead”, “My Girlfriend’s Dad’s A Vicar” and “James Bond Lives Down Our Street.” There is often alliteration in their song titles (e.g. “Peter Practice’s Practice Place”, “Fisticuffs in Frederick Street”, “Neville is a Nerd”).Their albums usually include a cover version of a well-known hit song, usually sped up to the usual punk rock tempo. Covers have included “Toccata in Dm”, “Sabre Dance”, “Livin’ La Vida Loca”, “Lazy Sunday Afternoon”, “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) and “The Final Countdown.” They have also recorded parodies of popular songs, such as “The Kids in Tyne and Wear (Kids in America)” and “The Devil Went Down to Scunthorpe (The Devil Went Down to Georgia)”. Their albums often start with a short intro with a catchy guitar riff, and end with an outro, which is usually a slightly longer variation of the intro riff. Their lyrics are usually based on singer Olga’s experiences and favorite soap operas.
Most of the band members have nicknames and are rarely seen without their cartoonish rectangular sunglasses. Although they appeared bare-eyed on the One More Megabyte album cover, they have usually appeared in sunglasses ever since the group formed.
Eu fui no show dos caras no Projeto SP nos anos 80…
Dead Kennedys – “California Über Alles” (Live – 1979)
“Should I Stay Or Should I Go?” Live Video
Quem cresceu na rua, andando de skate, colando a lixa com cola, limpando o rolamento com benzina e ouvindo esses sons, TEVE INFANCIA!!!!!