Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
77 punk, r'n'r, garage punk, 60s garage, Back from the Grave, Oblivians, Mummies, Rip Offs, Stooges, MC5, Tom Waits, New Bomb Turks, New York Dolls, The Heartbreakers, Dead Boys, Germs, Flaming Groovies ...
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