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The Living End formed in 1994 after lead singer/guitarist Chris Cheney and bassist Scott Owen were introduced to each other by their older sisters at Wheelers Hill Secondary College in Melbourne, Australia. Cheney, obsessed with 80s rockabilly group the Stray Cats, convinced Owen to learn the double bass instead of the piano and they started playing gigs under the name Runaway Boys after the title of a Stray Cats song. The group went through a succession of drummers before… read more

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  • Avatar for 1000julys
    New album is Quality
  • Avatar for 1000julys
    I've heard rumblings of a new album this year!!!
  • Avatar for 1000julys
    One of the most jaw droppingly brilliant guitar players I've had the pleasure of seeing live.
  • Avatar for Sarz555
    Saw these guys last night in Brisbane - awesome show! These guys are amazing live, put on a brilliant show :-)
  • Avatar for ana-caroline
    Honra a camisa do Punkabilly.
  • Avatar for Konkelo-
    It seems that they've been working on a new album, which is great news! Awesome to hear something new from them.
  • Avatar for miqlito
    @tonavin: just do not care. Comment posted by hookbags (2 Nov 2012) or other similar which are aimed especially against music listeners are perfect examples of arrogance and stupidity. It is not an opinion anymore, but judgement - so who cares :p Maybe TLE are not as sharp as they were, but this is still good band and I would really love to hear them live. Too bad they are not planning to visit the country I live in, but maybe someday they will. Ehh, after watching/listening to "Live At Festival Hall" DVD I think it must be awesome to hear them live ("All Torn Down" from "Live At Festival Hall" DVD is a little masterpiece).
  • Avatar for knight_88
    Great band.
  • Avatar for BeNgEE4
    Be my 8th time or so seeing them if I see them at Soundwave!
  • Avatar for Sanity_Theorist
    A surprisingly great band in a mostly amusingly ridiculous genre. I think this and Devil's Brigde shall do nicely for punkabilly in my collection.

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