Appearing out of the then-overlooked Austin, TX, punk scene of the first ’80s, the best Boys mixed two irresistible rock and roll designs into one feverish blend: raging, speedy guitars and body fat, funky backbeats. And even though they continued to produce a few so-so recordings, hardly ever really living up with their early guarantee, it’s difficult never to become supportive of the actual Big Boys attempted to accomplish in the beginning of the hardcore period, wherein the sexiness of the funky tempo section disappeared between the ultra-fast tempos and sexless pummeling. On the amazing EP Fun, Fun, Fun, the Guys tore up Kool & the Gang’s “Hollywood’s Swinging” enjoy it was their birthright, as well as the changeover from speedcore ranting to danceable funk & move was rarely even more eloquently rendered. In 1984, under no circumstances achieving beyond a devoted but small viewers, the Boys split and provided music artists for a apparently endless amount of early substitute rock rings like Rapeman, Damage Acid solution, and Poison 13. Chris Gates installed with ex-Minor Threat/Dag Awful guitarist Brian Baker and shaped Junkyard, evidence positive that also hardcore purists had been with the capacity of an egregious attempt at offering out.