Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Mullens - The Mullens - 1997

Specializing in the early-'70s proto-punk sounds of the Stooges and the New York Dolls as well as select N.Y.C. punkers from the '70s (Ramones, Dead Boys), the Dallas, TX, quintet the Mullens packs quite a punch. Formed in the mid-'90s and comprised of frontman Tim Stile, guitarist Matt Mayo, bassist Dana Williams, and drummer Rod Baird, the band's three albums -- 1997's self-titled debut, 99's Go Where the Action Is, and 2001's Tough to Tell -- were all issued on the Get Hip label, receiving favorable reviews in such well-respected punk publications as Maximum Rock and Roll and Flipside. -AMG


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valnera said...

Great ones!...what are they doing now?

Grimace said...

Lead guitar, May Mayo, is my community college english teacher. Who knew he was into the Stooges, Dolls and Dead Boys? Fuckin rad!


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