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The Toy Killers: The Unlistenable Years

Read "The Unlistenable Years" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Thomas Jefferson once said, “Every generation needs a new revolution." Indeed it does. As it may be up to you to put an end to the proliferation of American Idol/High School Musical idiots, lessons of history might just serve you well. As such, The Unlistenable Years, containing found music by the duo Charles K. Noyes and Mark E. Miller--known as Toy Killers--is a great rough draft of the New York No Wave revolution of the late 1970s and early 1980s


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