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Garage Greats The Gories Returnnew

The unskilled Detroit band helped alter the course of rock 'n' roll ... by accident. So why did they disband too soon?
Metro Times  |  Chris Handyside  |  06-30-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

The Dirtbombs Surround Us with Sirensnew

There's no better music to both amplify and appease our worries of self-annihilation than guitars that ring like air raid sirens; a double-bass, two-drum front that rolls like an army tank; and a singer who cackles wildly as he stomps through civilization's ashes.
SF Weekly  |  Jennifer Maerz  |  05-15-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

How Mick Collins and the Dirtbombs Killed Classic Rocknew

It's been nearly three decades since Collins first picked up a guitar with the sole intention of "murdering the Eagles." Since then, the tall, bespectacled, deep-voiced rock 'n' roller from Detroit has been scorned, worshipped, categorized and just plain misunderstood by a music world often more interested in labeling than listening.
Metro Times  |  Michael Hurtt  |  02-12-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Singular Focusnew

The Dirtbombs are prolific in terms of shows, songs and quality.
Tucson Weekly  |  Gene Armstrong  |  03-16-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Dangerous Magical Dirtnew

The Dirtbombs play in the rock and roll style.
Tucson Weekly  |  Curtis McCrary  |  10-14-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

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