The Pagans, one of America's first and most influential punk bands, was formed in 1977. Along with contemporaries like The Dead Boys and Pere Ubu, The Pagans and lead singer Mike Hudson literally wrote the book on punk rock. Releasing the now classic 'Street Where Nobody Lives' 7" on Drome Records in 1978, The Pagans went on to enjoy a successful thirty-plus year run. Recorded in 2016, this 7" marks the final record by The Pagans. Mike Hudson, the groups lead singer, passed away in late 2017. All artwork and audio was approved by Hudson prior to his passing, and this pink vinyl 7" package should serve as a fitting send off to a man and a band who had a great deal to do with punk rock history.
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