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By Jason Daniel Baker
January 4, 2008
Your typical punk performers do not usually consider themselves to be guardians or curators of a proud tradition. Yet the good ones often very much are and do not see that as being contradictory to the non-conformist tradition of punk. The musical form that the Black Rainbows embrace is paid a certain unique kind of reverence by them for the simple reason that they like it enough where they don’t want to play a different form and want to do right by the form they have chosen. It is a matter of respect and emulation of the visionary performers that pioneered the genre whom they idolize.
Frankie Whyte and the Dead Idols do not play the kind of catchy tunes they play because that type of music is what potential audiences might want to hear. They interpret what they themselves like best and enjoy playing most in emulating an eclectic library of classic rock influences that form a fascinating and immensely appealing collage of sound.
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