Avengers gained much publicity when they opened for the Sex Pistols in San Francisco, for their legendary final show at Winterland. Avengers’ 4-song EP was also produced by Steve Jones (of the Sex Pistols) in 1979 on White Noise Records.
Their discography also contains an earlier 3-song EP (on Dangerhouse Records) from 1977, a full album called “The Avengers” from 1981, a compilation of unreleased tracks and outtakes called “The Avengers Died for Your Sins” in 1999 on Lookout! Records, and a second compilation titled “The American in Me” on DBK Works (2004), on which controversy about the track “White Nigger” Arose, and was actually written by the legendary singer for The Germs, Darby Crash. Houston and Ingraham have reunited and currently perform as The Avengers with bassist Joel Reader (MXT, Pansy Division) and drummer Luis Illades (Pansy Division) touring the US and Europe.
For 60s see The Avengers
Edited by kanto_sho on 14 Jan 2013, 16:26
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