Yet another lost cause when it comes to surveying pertinent info on Google, but a sheer treat for the ears. The seemingly background-less L.E.S.R. (no, I don't have a clue as to what their acronym references) were your basic four-piece set up: vox/gits/bass/drums, who probably had a bevy of obvious accusations leveled at them back in the day - rootsy bar rock, power pop, and perhaps more inaccurately, even rockabilly. No need to fret over cataloging this NYC quartet, because their searing strain of saucy, no frills rock was effective as-all-get-out. Call 'em a more pedestrian Flamin' Groovies if you will, or perhaps a succinct foreshadowing of what the Georgia Satellites would ride into the top-ten in a couple years Whatever the case, L.E.S.R. made a devastating case for themselves inside of 600 seconds or so.
01. Ain't Got the Money
02. 166 Norfolk
Died Pretty "Lost" 1988 - With a higher international profile thanks to a licensing deal via the well-established U.K. label Beggars Banquet, Died Pretty re-entered the studio with ...
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