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88 Fingers Louie / Kid Dynamite: SplitSplit (1999)
Reviewer Rating: 4.5
Contributed by: thekillerinyouthekillerinyou
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When I first started getting into the underground music scene back in high school, I was fortunate to have been a part of Chicago’s booming underground punk scene. One of the bands I quickly fell in love with was 88 Fingers Louie. Shortly after getting their first full-length Behind Bars, I found out that the band had broken up; the break-up however did not last long, and they came back stronger than ever with the comeback album Back on the Streets. Once again, 88 Fingers Louie would disband shortly after that release, but not before releasing the last of their material with none other than Philadelphia, PA’s Kid Dynamite. Now, I know just about everyone has heard about Kid Dynamite, so I won’t go into too much detail surrounding their history, but I will say that these two bands came together in 1999 to release one of the best split EPs ever (in my opinion).
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