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Mandy Zone & Ozone | Live at Max's Kansas City 1981

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Live at Max's Kansas City 1981

by Mandy Zone & Ozone

Mandy Zone & Ozone played a stripped down mixture of punk velocity, pop hooks and metal/glam outrageousness in the early '80 NYC club scene. This release collects many previously unheard gems by the band on this definitive anthology
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. Broken Toy (Live)
2:16 album only
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2. Shotgun (Live)
2:53 album only
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3. This Time It's Forever (Live)
3:29 album only
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4. I Could Have Been (Live)
2:55 album only
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5. Lay Away Plan (Live)
2:07 album only
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6. Change My Mind (Live)
4:26 album only
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7. Emergency (Live)
4:09 album only
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8. The Chain (Live)
3:29 album only
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9. Watchdog (Live)
3:36 album only
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10. Born to Raise Hell (Live)
3:23 album only
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11. Baby It's You (Live)
2:56 album only
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12. Rockie Fever (Live)
4:16 album only
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13. Xyz (Live)
3:19 album only
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14. 19 Teleporter (Live)
3:09 album only
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15. Dawn (Live)
3:13 album only
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16. On the Run (Live)
3:51 album only
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17. Once Upon a Night (Live)
3:42 album only
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18. Against All Flags (Live)
2:37 album only
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19. Shotgun
3:57 album only
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20. This Time It's Forever
3:12 album only
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21. Broken Toy
2:19 album only
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22. I Could Have Been
2:54 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The Fast were a footnote to New York’s already-peripheral 1970s proto-punk scene, so Ozone, their offshoot act, were a footnote to a footnote. But unlike tax codes and textbooks, in rock n roll the most fascinating stuff is in the margins. The musical underground has always been the tiny-font subscript giving meaning to the mainstream, and Ozone were absolutely magnifying glass-worthy marginalia." - Jake Austen

Led by Mandy Zone - former singer/keyboardist of mythic power poppers The Fast - Ozone performed a distinctively stripped-down, raw and hook-laden brand of rock and roll in the trenches of the New York City club scene for a few fleeting years, leaving behind a sole 7" single as evidence. Out of the archives springs "Live at Max's Kansas City 1981", a 22 track posthumous anthology featuring over an hour of catchy, high energy punk/metal/pop/glam earworm anthems and a deluxe 16 page booklet crammed with liner notes by Jake Austen (Rocktober), photos and other vintage ephemera from the archives. Painstakingly remastered from soundboard recordings by Weasel Walter, this release sheds new light on a previously unheralded group from the NYC Punk/New Wave ferment. Catchy, outrageous and memorable, "Live at Max's Kansas City" by Ozone is a must hear for fans of the era.



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