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Neo Boys

Neo Boys

Neo Boys


"The Neo-Boys, who came from the ashes of Portland's first all-girl punk band (Formica and the Bitches) had two proper records in their day: A self-titled 7" on Greg Sage's Trap Records in 1981, and the Crumbling Myths LP on Joe Records in 1982. They also had a couple of songs on the classic early PDX punk comp 10/29/79, a live LP that also included the Wipers, and Sado-Nation. " (by Golnar at Maximum Rock n' Roll) "The Neo-Boys were Portland’s first all-female rock band. Read more on Last.fm
"The Neo-Boys, who came from the ashes of Portland's first all-girl punk band (Formica and the Bitches) had two proper records in their day: A self-titled 7" on Greg Sage's Trap Records in 1981, and the Crumbling Myths LP on Joe Records in 1982. They also had a couple of songs on the classic early PDX punk comp 10/29/79, a live LP that also included the Wipers, and Sado-Nation. " (by Golnar at Maximum Rock n' Roll) "The Neo-Boys were Portland’s first all-female rock band. Though they were still basically novices on their instruments, their enlightened political stances and sophisticated demeanors are still in time with today’s standards.

Vocalist Kim Kincaid, guitarists Jennifer Lobianco and Meg Hentges, bassist KT Kincaid and drummer Pat Baum, became outspoken feminist fixtures in the local underground scene. Hentges eventually migrated to Austin, where today she is still a very popular performer. " (by S.P. Clarke, History of Portland Punk Rock) http://www.spclarke.com/historyofportlandrockpart1.htm Read more on Last.fm.

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