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Back in 1990, Polydor Records released the one and only release from the band DIRTY WHITE BOY. These back alley hard rockers mixed blues and hard rock with a tinge of what would become grunge. But it all worked. Produced by Beau Hill, I found this in the cut-out bin back in the early 90's for $3 bucks. 

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When see the members who are this band, you think they on to bigger things.

Sad, that word starts G, make a end of that and other bands.

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