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The Plimsouls

About The Plimsouls

Though their fame was short-lived, the Plimsouls managed to carve out a sizably influential niche in the early '80s. Their unique mix of Punk aggressiveness, New Wave style, straight-ahead guitar rock and Peter Case's crafty songwriting endeared them to a legion of Power-Poppers looking for something with a little more substance than much of the New Wave of the day. After a decade-plus hiatus, the Los Angeles quartet reformed in the mid '90s for a comeback album of sorts, Kool Trash, featuring the impeccably catchy "Dangerous Book."

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The Plimsouls

Though their fame was short-lived, the Plimsouls managed to carve out a sizably influential niche in the early '80s. Their unique mix of Punk aggressiveness, New Wave style, straight-ahead guitar rock and Peter Case's crafty songwriting endeared them to a legion of Power-Poppers looking for something with a little more substance than much of the New Wave of the day. After a decade-plus hiatus, the Los Angeles quartet reformed in the mid '90s for a comeback album of sorts, Kool Trash, featuring the impeccably catchy "Dangerous Book."

About The Plimsouls

Though their fame was short-lived, the Plimsouls managed to carve out a sizably influential niche in the early '80s. Their unique mix of Punk aggressiveness, New Wave style, straight-ahead guitar rock and Peter Case's crafty songwriting endeared them to a legion of Power-Poppers looking for something with a little more substance than much of the New Wave of the day. After a decade-plus hiatus, the Los Angeles quartet reformed in the mid '90s for a comeback album of sorts, Kool Trash, featuring the impeccably catchy "Dangerous Book."

About The Plimsouls

Though their fame was short-lived, the Plimsouls managed to carve out a sizably influential niche in the early '80s. Their unique mix of Punk aggressiveness, New Wave style, straight-ahead guitar rock and Peter Case's crafty songwriting endeared them to a legion of Power-Poppers looking for something with a little more substance than much of the New Wave of the day. After a decade-plus hiatus, the Los Angeles quartet reformed in the mid '90s for a comeback album of sorts, Kool Trash, featuring the impeccably catchy "Dangerous Book."