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The New Bomb Turks are an American band from Columbus, Ohio. Formed in 1992, they are part of the early '90s garage rock revival wave that included bands such as the Dwarves and the Supersuckers. Members have included Jim Weber, Eric Davidson, Bill Randt, Matt Reber and Sam Brown. Their lyrics are generally humorous. While they have a large recorded output, they developed their following through their high-energy shows.

They have released over twenty singles, ten full length… read more

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  • Avatar for ZieluPL
    scared straight is a killer, at rope's end, which is the most popular here, is just good
  • Avatar for zirkore
    Viva NBT!!!!
  • Avatar for IpodsandGods
    I got your bitter end.
  • Avatar for mike_716
    So kickass. this band just makes me want to party hard.
  • Avatar for getbentblog
    GET BENT is thrilled to welcome Eric Davidson, freelance writer; singer for New Bomb Turks and LIVIDS; author of We Never Learn: The Gunk Punk Undergut, 1988-2001 (Backbeat Books), to the blog! His first contribution is a 2011 top ten full of GB faves, obscure gems, and cool happenings, plus some predictions for the future. How lucky are we?!
  • Avatar for jukeboxlean
    Wow my name is the most listened to track! First time I saw them was '94 and still love them now....TheVileViolater is right, Destroy Oh-Boy can't be touched.
  • Avatar for TheVileViolater
    I not only agree w/ substance x completely but go one step further & say Destroy Oh Boy is hands down the greatest Rock n Roll album ever recorded! If u don't agree I challenge u to come up w/ an album that comes even close to rocking that hard.
  • Avatar for POTUSOA
    I want my baby dead.
  • Avatar for nogoodson
    I'm so lucky to have seen this band twice, they're amazing.
  • Avatar for dondi_sky
    "No heroes, No leaders, No artists No gods/ I'm a worker, you're a worker/ Would you like to be a worker too?"

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