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The Nation Of Ulysses was a punk band from Washington, D.C. consisting of Ian Svenonius (Vocals/Trumpet), Steve Kroner (Lead Guitar), Tim Green (Rhythm Guitar), Steve Gamboa (Bass), James Canty (Drums). The band formed in the spring of 1988 drawing inspiration from MC5's mix of revolutionary rhetoric and rock music. They released their first EP The Sound of Young America jointly on Dischord and K Records and…

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  • punk for ppl who cry a lot
  • I started with 'Plays Pretty For Baby' and then '13-Point Program', I think I prefer the latter.
  • Where to start? I want to listen to them because I can't get enough from Refused's last album, and I heard those guys totally ripped off The Nation of Ulysses....
  • First time I heard them was on the Fear of Smell 12" comp on Vermiform. Great instrumental track. Great comp in general, so it was an interesting way to be introduced to them.
  • The thing is, while NOU might not have influenced Refused directly, it's undeniable that it influenced International Noise Conspiracy, and well, Denys Lyxzen is the head behind both
  • i don't really see this refused-NOU connections. They diverge in many aspects, especially THE LEVEL :)
  • could the vocalist of this band sound any more like Guy from Rites or Spring? Not a bad thing. This rules!
  • marry me ian [3]
  • @XBujinKoenX: You shouldn't have had any to begin with, to be honest.
  • The Embassy Tapes are great, if you already love the band. Try either of the LPs.

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