Miami's 20 Best Punk Bands of All Time
10. Charlie Pickett and the Eggs
Most of the Eggs are gone now for various reasons. Pickett continues to rock South Florida stages and most recently shared the stage with the legendary Sonics and the Suicide Commandos. For someone who stood at the brink of "Replacements-like" success, Pickett has powered on through concentrating on his work and his still inspiring, jaw-dropping guitar work. When people use "cowpunk" to describe a sound, you should only imagine Pickett and crew and ignore whatever the Hell it is they are trying to show you.
If Quit had waited a couple of years to release their album Earlier Thoughts there's a very good chance you'd see them on Fat Wreck Chords or Vagrant catalogs. These guys played a clean and catchy pop punk that while a product of its time was still light years ahead of what this nation was offering in the genre. The album was originally released in 1990 and rereleased in 1996. This scribe has had the dumb luck (read: never lend albums out) of losing both versions.
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