Hard rockers behind “Bang Go the Bells” and “The Kid Goes Wild;” Reggae rocker who lent his rapid-fire nasal growl to Bad Brains
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$8 for one general-admission ticket to see HR from Bad Brains (up to $17.91 value)
Who They Are: These hard rockers struck gold certification with hits such as “Bang Go the Bells” and “The Kid Goes Wild,” the latter of which was featured in the RoboCop 2 trailer.
Where to Begin: Check out their latest, Live@XXV, which celebrates the 25 years the band has been shredding and gives listeners a taste of their live shows’ raw energy.
Reasons to Get There Early: opening sets from Bulletboys and the Four Horsemen
HR from Bad Brains
Who He Is: Paul D. Hudson, whose wide-ranging vocal delivery (which spans from feral growl to reggae croon) helped give Bad Brains its hardcore edge
Where to Begin: 1987’s Human Rights, of which Allmusic.com’s John Dougan said, “Rather than go for a standard roots/dancehall style, the accent is on a harder, Parliament-style proto-gogo with touches of soul and jazz.”
Reasons to Get There Early: opening sets from Norwood Fisher of Fishbone and the infirmities