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Pagans

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agans was started in Cleveland, Ohio by Mike Hudson (vocals) and Tommy Gunn Metoff (ex-Chronic; guitar), along with recruits Tim Allee (bass) and Brian Morgan (drums). Alienation and offence were the currency in Pagans' recordings, and despite being overlooked during Punk's high time, they would be discovered long after their original four independent singles appeared; the first three on the 'Drome' label in the form of The Street Where Nobody Lives, Not Now No Way, and Dead End America, with a final 7", Six And Change, arriving on 'Neck Records', all being released between 1978 & 1979 before they disbanded.

Since the early 1980s they've been seen from time to time playing odd gigs and releasing a handful of retrospective albums on the ‘Treehouse' imprint label in the form of Buried Alive (1986), The Street Where Nobody Lives (1989), Everybody Hates You (1995) and Live Road Kill 1978 - 1979 (1998).


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Nation USA
City Cleveland, Ohio,
Promotional Address Unknown
Genre Punk
Formations/Versions 2
Web Unknown
Active Years 1977-1979, 1986-
E-Mail Unknown
Old RRCA File Code UC000488
New Reference Code 937