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Youth Gone Mad

Youth Gone Mad

Youth Gone Mad


Youth Gone Mad is a post-punk band founded in California in 1980 by Paul "ENA" Kostabi (also of White Zombie and Psychotica). Youth Gone Mad signed onto the Posh Boy Records roster, scored a minor radio hit with "Oki Dogs" in 1981, and played with bands such as Black Flag, Caustic Cause, The Mentors, The Stains, Fear, and others. The band migrated east to New York, and went through numerous line-up changes along the way. At one time or another, the ranks included Dee Dee Ramone and Joey Ramone. Read more on Last.fm
Youth Gone Mad is a post-punk band founded in California in 1980 by Paul "ENA" Kostabi (also of White Zombie and Psychotica). Youth Gone Mad signed onto the Posh Boy Records roster, scored a minor radio hit with "Oki Dogs" in 1981, and played with bands such as Black Flag, Caustic Cause, The Mentors, The Stains, Fear, and others. The band migrated east to New York, and went through numerous line-up changes along the way. At one time or another, the ranks included Dee Dee Ramone and Joey Ramone. 2002 saw Youth Gone Mad release "Youth Gone Mad featuring Dee Dee Ramone" on Wanker Records / trend is dead! records. The album included the former Ramones songwriter/bass player's final studio recordings.

Additionally, the song "Meatball Sandwich" was co-written and recorded with Joey Ramone. Youth Gone Mad has released seven (7) studio albums and several 7" singles and splits, including False Alarm, Letch Patrol, Los Gusanos and more. 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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