Hardcore Kid Dynamite. Other productions from Kid Dynamite. Four Years In One Gulp.
Not that the members of Kid Dynamite are riding on the coattails of their previous band - as a matter of fact, the guitarist is the only former member of Lifetime, but unfortunately it's impossible for them to escape that niche. But they try their hardest with more energy and aggression (dare it be said - more of an East Coast hardcore sound) under the influences of Gorilla Biscuits and Sick of It All.
88 Fingers Louie, Kid Dynamite - EP. 1999.
Band – Dr. Dan Yemin, David Wagenschutz, Jason Shevchuk, Steve Ferrell. Mastered at West West Side, NJ. Cover photo taken at State Of The Art Records, Philadelphia, PA. All, songs (C) & (P) 1998 Kid Dynamite, SESAC Distributed by Mordam (C) & (P) 1998 Jade Tree. Comes with a 10"x10" b&w lyric sheet.
Fuckuturn KID DYNAMITE’S eponymous debut wants to party like it’s 1982, when hardcore street punk was a heartfelt reflection of an alienated life and screaming your head off indecipherably was a performing art. At the same time, this ain’t no time warp. Refined for a post-punk generation, these Lifetime and Ink & Dagger alumni keep it relevant with a perspective of the past twenty some-odd years, the wisdom of maturity, and a progressive lyrical approach that carries as much responsibility as it does rage.
Kid Dynamite (album). Kid Dynamite is the first album by Philadelphia hardcore punk band Kid Dynamite. It was released in 1998 by Jade Tree Records.