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The Left

Though their base of Hagerstown, MD, put them from the map of all media that track actually emerging alternative bands, the Left produced an EP and an LP of near-hardcore punk in the middle-’80s that attracted some critical attention before splitting up. A bit more flexible within their rhythms, affects, and melodies compared to the regular punk-hardcore band from the period, the Left even so fit pretty much within that genre using their wiry, fast, fuzzy music, sarcastic irritated lyrics, and surly vocals. They do reunite to record several monitors in 1992 using a somewhat changed lineup. But those initiatives remained unreleased before 2006 Compact disc compilation Jesus Loves the Still left: THE ENTIRE Studio Recordings, including from their 1984 EP It is the Globe and 1985 LP Last Teach to Hagerstown, and a track applied to a 1983 compilation.

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