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Geza X

Geza X

Geza X


Geza X. Gedeon was one of the crucial personalities in the Los Angeles punk scene which thrived in the 80s. Geza produced records for a number of early and influential LA punk bands including the Dead Kennedys, The Germs, Black Flag, The Avengers and The Weirdos. His productions of "Holiday in Cambodia" for the Dead Kennedys and "Lexicon Devil" for The Germs separated California's punk sound from others at the time with its eccentricity, humor and spunk, making Los Angeles very different than the scene in New York or London. Read more on Last.fm
Geza X. Gedeon was one of the crucial personalities in the Los Angeles punk scene which thrived in the 80s. Geza produced records for a number of early and influential LA punk bands including the Dead Kennedys, The Germs, Black Flag, The Avengers and The Weirdos. His productions of "Holiday in Cambodia" for the Dead Kennedys and "Lexicon Devil" for The Germs separated California's punk sound from others at the time with its eccentricity, humor and spunk, making Los Angeles very different than the scene in New York or London. He also played guitar, sang, and dealt with most studio issues in his band Geza X and the Mommymen.

They released one official single and a full-length album on minor label, Final Gear in 1982. The song "Isotope Soap" was also featured on Jello Biafra's Let Them Eat Jellybeans sampler via Alternative Tentacles, and "We Need More Power" appeared on Posh Boy's Rodney on the ROQ Volume Two. Geza X was briefly married to Josie Cotton. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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