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'''Articles of Faith''' ([[1981]]-[[1985]]) was one of the oldest and most important bands of the Chicago punk scene.  Fronted by [[Vic Bondi]], the scope of AOF's impact went beyond musical boundries.  They might have been the first true hardcore band in Chicago and were instumental in promoting and organizing shows.  
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'''Articles of Faith''' ([[1981]]-[[1985]]) was one of the oldest and most important bands of the Chicago punk scene.  Fronted by [[Vic Bondi]], the scope of AOF's impact went beyond musical boundries.  They might have been the first true hardcore band in Chicago and were instumental in promoting and organizing shows. They played their final show in July 1985 at the [[Cubby Bear]].  
  
 
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Revision as of 22:42, 9 March 2006

Articles of Faith (1981-1985) was one of the oldest and most important bands of the Chicago punk scene. Fronted by Vic Bondi, the scope of AOF's impact went beyond musical boundries. They might have been the first true hardcore band in Chicago and were instumental in promoting and organizing shows. They played their final show in July 1985 at the Cubby Bear.

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