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The Outrights

by The Outrights

The Outrights are a garagey pop punk band originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Garage Punk
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1. New York Doll
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2. It's Such a Drag
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3. In Your Place
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4. My Kinda Ghoul
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5. Michelle
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6. Blood Sucking Freaks
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7. Six Pack to Go
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8. I Bury the Living
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9. The Zombie Stomp
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2:28 album only
10. Invasion At Party Beach
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11. Flesh Eaters from Planet X
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Album Notes
The Outrights played shows around the eastern half of the USA from 1994-2000, performing from Miami to Chicago on two consecutive tours. Their earlier music (The Attack of... CD and the "Come Back Baby" 7") was heavily inspired by Lookout Records pop punk acts like Screeching Weasel, the Mr. T Experience, the Groovie Ghoulies, and the Queers. Their later music (the self titled CD, split 7" with Parasites, Jetty Boys, and BraceFace) leaned more towards the garage rock side of punk, delving into the New Bomb Turks, The Makers, and the Estrus Records, Pacific NW garage punk sound.

The Outrights always took their cues from the schlock sci-fi features of the 50s and 60s, and incorporated obscure horror and sci fi cinema into their stage shows and records.


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