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The Low Numbers


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There are two bands with this name:

1. The Low Numbers was a short-lived but successful late -influenced / band. They toured alongside The Clash, which lead Sounds magazine to praise them as “Camden Town Mods with an impressively pogoable sound”. Their lone single, “Keep In Touch” (b-side: “Nine All Out”), was released in November 1979 through WEA and was produced by Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69. The band’s name was a reference to The High Numbers (an early moniker adopted by The Who).

2. The Low Numbers was a rock band from Los Angeles, California.
The Low Numbers were an ad hoc studio invention attempting a conceptual exercise in Brit-pop nostalgia in Claremont (California). The band included Rhino Records co-founder Harold Bronson (Vocals), Louie Maxfield (Guitar), Dave Dennard (Bass), and David Schneider (Drums). They named themselves The Low Numbers probably paying homage to the first incanation of The Who.
Shock Treetments is killer Gizmos-style early LA garage punk, the flip side is “Try It”, originally by The Standells.

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