The Dead 60s

Profile:
English ska punk band founded in 2003 in Liverpool and disbanded in 2008. Previous releases were made as Pinhole.

Members:
Matt McManamon - Lead singer, guitar
Ben Gordon - Keys, guitar
Charlie Turner - Bass
Bryan Johnson - Drums
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Albums

EK 94453 The Dead 60s - The Dead 60s album art The Dead 60s The Dead 60s (Album) Deltasonic Records EK 94453 US 2005 Sell This Version
EICP-832-3 The Dead 60s - Time To Take Sides album art The Dead 60s Time To Take Sides (Album) Deltasonic Records EICP-832-3 Japan 2007 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DLTCDP021 The Dead 60s - You're Not The Law album art The Dead 60s You're Not The Law (Single) Deltasonic Records DLTCDP021 UK 2004 Sell This Version
none The Dead 60s - Riot Radio album art Dead 60's* Riot Radio (Single, Maxi) Deltasonic Records none UK 2004 Sell This Version
DLTCD2032 The Dead 60s - The Last Resort album art The Dead 60s The Last Resort (Single) Deltasonic Records DLTCD2032 UK 2005 Sell This Version
DLTCDP042 The Dead 60s - Ghostfaced Killer album art The Dead 60s Ghostfaced Killer (Single, Maxi) Deltasonic Records DLTCDP042 UK 2005 Sell This Version
none The Dead 60s - Loaded Gun album art The Dead 60's* Loaded Gun (Single) Deltasonic Records none UK 2005 Sell This Version
ESK 17275 The Dead 60s - Train To Nowhere album art The Dead 60s Train To Nowhere(CD, Single, Promo) Epic ESK 17275 US 2005 Sell This Version
DLT1067, 88697119337 The Dead 60s - Stand Up album art The Dead 60s Stand Up (Single) Deltasonic Records, Deltasonic Records DLT1067, 88697119337 UK 2007 Sell This Version
none The Dead 60s 7 Nation Army(CDr, Single) Deltasonic Records none UK Unknown Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none The Dead 60s - Dead 60s Session album art The Dead 60s Dead 60s Session(CDr) The Selector, British Council none UK 2005 Sell This Version

Reviews

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pyenapple

March 3, 2016
This group had a really fine idea, and a damn good sound. What they didn't have was a direction for their urgency, or strong songwriting to channel their energy. They were aiming for The Clash, Gang Of Four, Specials, but didn't have a clear message to unite everything. As such, everything feels a bit hollow. Style over substance. That said, there are a good handful of D60 songs I love listening to at high volume, I just don't give the lyrics or ideas much thought. It's not meant for that.

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