LOS REACTORS - Dead In The Suburbs RE EP
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This punk band from Tulsa, Oklahoma was formed as The Reactors in 1979. The original line-up included Roger Scott on guitar, Dale Lawton on guitar, Tommy Gunn Waggoner on bass and Darrell Smith on drums. In early 1980, Dale quit and the keyboardist Joe Danger (Christ) joined the group, and the name was changed to Los Reactors. In 1980, Los Reactors released “Dead in the Suburbs” in Cynykyl Records, the single that Paramecium Records reissues for the first time. This single includes two great hits “Dead in the suburbs” and “Culture shock” with the characteristic keyboard sound presents in all songs of the band. The second single “Be a Zombie” was released in 1981. The band disbanded in 1983. All the stuff of the band was reissued with previously unreleased songs in 2000 in Rave Up (LP) and 2004 in Rip Off Records (CD).
Dead In The Suburbs b/w Culture Shock / Pregnant Girls