Biography

Rhino 39 arrived on the early Los Angeles hardcore punk scene in 1978 and released a single on the infamous Dangerhouse label in 1979. After their singer Dave Dacron was killed in a car crash, they continued to play as a three piece. In 1987, their late singers brother joined the band. In 1988, they released self-titled album on the independent Triple X label. They appeared on a number of punk compilation albums and continued to play live until sometime in the early 1990s. Although disbanded, in 2007, Nickle and Dime records released a two CD compilation of all their recorded material including a dozen unreleased songs from 1980.

Edited by Rhino39 on 28 Apr 2007, 15:33

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