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Local punk-rock legends the Mushuganas abuse the stage one final time once again

For Chicago the reckless mid- to late-90s Crypt Records-style punk rock—with a bit of playful bounce and a lot of fuck-it rock ’n’ roll greaser attitude—was best embodied by its heroes in the Mushuganas. Their 1995 Dropout Girl seven-inch and, even better, their 1998 self-titled debut full-length on long-defunct Rocco Records are relics of an […]