Crash Course in Science

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Crash Course in Science were a post punk band formed in 1979 in Philadelphia.[1][2] They avoided the sounds of conventional instrumentation by using toy instruments and kitchen appliances to augment the distorted guitar, drums and synthesised beats.[3] Championed by local radio station WXPN DJ Lee Paris they recorded the single "Cakes in the Home" (with the B-side containing "Kitchen Motors" and "Mechanical Breakdown") for his Go Go label (GO GO R001).[4] This was followed by "Signals from Pier Thirteen" (Press Records P 2001) in 1981 produced by John Wicks at Third Story Recordings[5]

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  • Dale Feliciello (lead vocals)
  • Mallory Yago
  • Michael Zodorozny

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