Marginal Man was a punk music group from Washington, D.C., comprising guitarist Kenny Inouye, bassist Andre Lee, guitarist Peter Murray, drummer Mike Manos, and vocalist Steve Polcari. Shaped in 1982 (following the dissolution of Artificial Peacefulness, a music group that included Murray, Manos, and Polcari), Marginal Synthetic their live debut in January of 1983 at D.C.’s legendary 9:30 membership, opening for Beliefs and Minor Risk. After polishing several tracks on-stage, they going into Inner Ear canal Studios with Ian MacKaye and documented Identity, that was released in early 1984. Relatively surprisingly to get a band within the firmly knit D.C. punk community, the music group still left the homegrown confines of Dischord for Enigma offshoot Gasatanka for the next year’s Double Picture. A couple of years emerged and proceeded to go before band’s third and last record, Marginal Guy, noticed the light of time — albeit posthumously — through Large. The band split up in 1988 before it had been released. Through the entire years, Dischord provides kept Identity on the net, but a German business “reissued” Double Picture without authorization in the past due ’90s; once Inouye received phrase from the bootleg, he proceeded to go about making the best CD problem of the record, and he re-released it in 2001 with improved audio and liner records.