The Baseball Furies

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Baseball Furies
OriginBuffalo, New York, United States
GenresGarage punk
Years active1995–Present
LabelsBig Neck Records, Flying Bomb, Alien Snatch, Estrus, Go Bopper
Associated actsThe Tyrades, Blowtops, AV Murder, White Savage, The Guilty Pleasures, Hot Machines, Vee Dee, The Dirges, Bold Ones, Outer Minds, Football
Past membersDapper
Chris Volois

The Baseball Furies were a four-piece punk/garage band formed in Buffalo, New York. The band took its name from a gang of the same name in the 1979 film The Warriors and wore similar costumes in their early live shows. The Baseball Furies' "This Is The World's Greatest Rock & Roll Record" and the Blowtops "Voodoo Alley" were the first releases from Big Neck Records, an independent record label started in Buffalo in 1995. The Furies helped put together a two-day garage punk festival called the Rust Belt Revolt in Buffalo in April 2000. The Rust Belt Revolt featured bands originating from Rust Belt cities. The band was last based in Chicago, IL.

Band members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Odie (guitar/vocals)
  • Styles (Aron Orlowski) (guitar)
  • Hollywood (Jim McCann) (bass)
  • Billiams (Matt Williams) (drums)

Former members[edit]

  • Dapper (Daniel Kwietniak) (drums)
  • Chris Valois (drums)
  • Per Vaage (guitar)



Year Album
1999 All-American Psycho[1]
2002 Greater Than Ever[2]
2004 Let It Be
2009 Feed Them to the Lions


Year Single
1996 "This Is the Greatest Rock-N-Roll Record Ever"
1998 "Sounds of Mayhem"
2001 "I Hate Your Secret Club"
2005 "Lost Ones"


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