New Vids up @ KINODV: la peste and X-Ray Spex 1978

Guestbook New Vids up @ KINODV: la peste and X-Ray Spex 1978

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    In the late 70’s La Peste ruled Boston as one of the most dynamic and creative punk bands. The power trio packed them in to local punk venues like the Rat, Cantones, and the Paradise. Here is a video of “Spy Master” filmed in Boston 1979:

    http://www.kinodv.net/movies/moviepages/KinoMonthlyFeature.html

    John Peel the famous English DJ who kept a battered wooden box with his precious selection of 7-inch singles that meant more to him then any others did. In that box was La Peste’s “Better Off Dead” You can see “Better Off Dead” at KINODV here:

    http://www.kinodv.net/movies/archive/lapeste_bod.html

    Another Peel favorite was X-Ray Spex fronted by main muse Poly Styrene. X-Ray Spex was one of the most unique and inventive groups of the British punk era. Check out the clip of “Warrior in Woolworths” filmed at the Old Grey Whistle Test in 1978:

    http://www.kinodv.net/movies/archive/Xray_Spex-Warrior_Wool.html

    Visit the Archive Portal at KINODV and see more live music video performances:

    Filmed in Boston:

    The Neighborhoods
    Nervous Eaters
    The Cure
    Unnatural Axe
    La Peste
    Lyres
    Thrills
    Fabulous Billygoons
    Buzzcocks
    Mission of Burma
    Pastiche
    Human Sexual Response
    Lou Miami and the Kozmetiks
    The King Bees
    Robin Lane and the Chartbusters
    Ground Zero
    Iron Liver Project
    Peter Dayton Band

    Additional live performance videos of bands from around the globe in the late 70’s and 80’s can be found in the Archive Portal as well:

    The Jam
    Dead Kennedys
    Gang of Four
    The Clash
    Sex Pistols
    Stiff Little Fingers
    The Specials
    The Stranglers
    Siouxsie & the Banshees
    XTC
    Ian Drury and the Block Heads
    The Dead Boys
    Sham 69
    The Ramones
    Wire
    The Damned
    The Beat
    Art of Noise
    The Cramps
    New Order
    Violent Femmes
    Richard Hell and the Voidoids
    Madness
    Pere Ubu
    B-52’s
    James Chance and The Contortions
    X-Ray Spex

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