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'''DV8''' were an early Chicago punk band who played around [[1981]]-[[1982]].  They opened up for Black Flag and released a 7-inch, both in 1981.
 
'''DV8''' were an early Chicago punk band who played around [[1981]]-[[1982]].  They opened up for Black Flag and released a 7-inch, both in 1981.
  
 
== Members ==
 
== Members ==
 
 
* [[Lorin Klugman]], vocals and guitar
 
* [[Lorin Klugman]], vocals and guitar
 
* [[Bob Hanchett]], bass
 
* [[Bob Hanchett]], bass
 
* [[Eric Spicer]], drums
 
* [[Eric Spicer]], drums
  
== Releases - click on song to listen==
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== Releases - click on song to listen ==
 
 
 
* '''''Learn to Say Goodbye / Guns on the Right 7"''''' - (1981, [[Tough Records]])  
 
* '''''Learn to Say Goodbye / Guns on the Right 7"''''' - (1981, [[Tough Records]])  
 
** The record sells for as much as $300 on [[EBay]]
 
** The record sells for as much as $300 on [[EBay]]
 
# [http://punkdatabase.com/sounds/DV8/DV8-LearnToSayGoodbye.mp3 Learn to Say Goodbye]
 
# [http://punkdatabase.com/sounds/DV8/DV8-LearnToSayGoodbye.mp3 Learn to Say Goodbye]
 
# [http://punkdatabase.com/sounds/DV8/DV8-GunsOnTheRight.mp3 Guns on the Right]
 
# [http://punkdatabase.com/sounds/DV8/DV8-GunsOnTheRight.mp3 Guns on the Right]
 
  
 
== Notable Shows ==
 
== Notable Shows ==
 
 
* July 15, 1981 at [[Tuts]], with Black Flag and [[The Effigies]]
 
* July 15, 1981 at [[Tuts]], with Black Flag and [[The Effigies]]
 
* October 2-3, 1981 at [[Artful Dodger]]
 
* October 2-3, 1981 at [[Artful Dodger]]
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
 
 
Bob and Eric went to high school together in Traverse City, MI. They moved to Chicago in [[1979]] for "the lack of anything better to do". Bob and Lorin met at The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where they worked.  A couple years after DV8 split up, Eric joined [[Naked Raygun]] from [[1984]] to [[1992]].  Lorin and Bob never joined another band...
 
Bob and Eric went to high school together in Traverse City, MI. They moved to Chicago in [[1979]] for "the lack of anything better to do". Bob and Lorin met at The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where they worked.  A couple years after DV8 split up, Eric joined [[Naked Raygun]] from [[1984]] to [[1992]].  Lorin and Bob never joined another band...
  
== Record Photos ==
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== Record photos ==
 
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<gallery>
[[Image:DV8-Front.jpg|left|175px]]
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Image:DV8-Front.jpg|'''Guns on the Right''' <BR> <small>Front cover</small>
[[Image:DV8-Back.jpg|left|175px]]
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Image:DV8-Back.jpg|'''Guns on the Right''' <BR> <small>Back cover</small>
[[Image:DV8-RecordA.jpg|left|175px]]
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Image:DV8-RecordA.jpg|'''Guns on the Right'''
<br style="clear: left"/>
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</gallery>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
 
* Emails exchanged with Eric Spicer
 
* Emails exchanged with Eric Spicer
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
 
* [http://www.chicagopunkpix.com/Gallery/thumbnails.php?album=7 Marie Kanger-Born's live DV8 pics]
 
* [http://www.chicagopunkpix.com/Gallery/thumbnails.php?album=7 Marie Kanger-Born's live DV8 pics]
 
* [http://regressivefilms.com/FinalYWT.NEWtrailerpage.htm You weren't there trailer has a snippet of Guns on the Right]
 
* [http://regressivefilms.com/FinalYWT.NEWtrailerpage.htm You weren't there trailer has a snippet of Guns on the Right]
 
* [http://www.kbdrecords.com/2008/05/14/dv8-st-7/ Killed By Death Records review of the record]
 
* [http://www.kbdrecords.com/2008/05/14/dv8-st-7/ Killed By Death Records review of the record]
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* [https://www.discogs.com/artist/2375381-DV8-13 Discogs profile]
  
 
[[Category:Bands]]
 
[[Category:Bands]]
 
[[Category:Naked Raygun]]
 
[[Category:Naked Raygun]]
 
[[Category:Audio]]
 
[[Category:Audio]]

Latest revision as of 11:52, 5 August 2016

DV8's only record

DV8 were an early Chicago punk band who played around 1981-1982. They opened up for Black Flag and released a 7-inch, both in 1981.

Members

Releases - click on song to listen

  • Learn to Say Goodbye / Guns on the Right 7" - (1981, Tough Records)
    • The record sells for as much as $300 on EBay
  1. Learn to Say Goodbye
  2. Guns on the Right

Notable Shows

History

Bob and Eric went to high school together in Traverse City, MI. They moved to Chicago in 1979 for "the lack of anything better to do". Bob and Lorin met at The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where they worked. A couple years after DV8 split up, Eric joined Naked Raygun from 1984 to 1992. Lorin and Bob never joined another band...

Record photos

References

  • Emails exchanged with Eric Spicer

External Links