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Austria, 1912

The Uber-Musik Boys

Though they outsold the proto-fascist jazz stylings of The Pillage People four-to-one, the Über-Musik Boys never quite managed to make the big time. Even though they started the whole Lederhosen Thrash scene, most of them had to take on menial jobs milking goats and persecuting small animals to make ends meet.

Young Adolf, in particular, was embittered.

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Some members of Alltop are also bitter. Thanks to Foxtongue for finding this pic. Originally published, February 2009.

4 Comments

  1. David David

    Oh please please tell me where I can get their greatest hits cd

  2. Ha! I’ve long wondered about the origins of the Lederhosen Thrash scene. Now I know.

  3. I’m actually trying to lead a Lederhosen Thrash scene revival… its really just people slapping each other in tiny shorts.

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