Young Loud and Snotty is the first studio album by the American punk band Dead Boys. It was recorded and released in 1977 on Sire Records, produced by Genya Ravan. The album is the only Dead Boys album to chart, peaking at 189 on the Billboard 200 in November 1977. The album was included at on the Rolling Stone "10 Greatest Punk Rock Albums" reader poll. All tracks composed by Stiv Bators, Cheetah Chrome & Jimmy Zero; except where indicated. Sonic Reducer" (David Thomas, Cheetah Chrome) – 3:05.
Still Snotty: Young, Loud and Snotty at 40 is an album by the American punk band Dead Boys. It marks the band's third studio album and is a re-recording of the band's 1977 debut album Young, Loud and Snotty. It is the first album of newly recorded music by the band in 39 years.
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The Dead Boys were original American punks, using Iggy Pop and the Stooges as a springboard for their own nihilistic, gritty and streetwise brand of rock back in the mid-‘70s. Coming from Cleveland’s Rocket From the Tombs - an artier, hard-rocking outfit that spawned Pere Ubu as well - guitarist Cheetah Chrome and drummer Johnny Blitz recruited a skinny, snarling Stiv Bators as their frontman, and relocated to New York City. Finding a home at punk mecca CBGB’s, the band signed to Sire Records and in 1977 released Young, Loud and Snotty, a critical title in the American punk rock canon.
Dead Boys Still Loud Still Snotty Tour. In 2017, punk rock pioneers, the Dead Boys, celebrated the 40th anniversary of their landmark first album Young, Loud and Snotty with a worldwide tour and special re-recording of the record. Formed in Cleveland in 1976, the Dead Boys were one of the first American acts to combine the proto-punk fervor of bands like the Stooges and the New York Dolls with a new level of intense energy. of hardcore punk and produced one of the first great punk anthems, Sonic Reducer