Miami's 20 Best Punk Bands of All Time
6. The Crumbs
The Crumbs were signed to Lookout! Records when Lookout! Records was Lookout! Records. It didn't get better than that at the time. They toured with the Donnas, made incredible records and Raf Classic's nasal vocals are perhaps the most distinct in punk and roll. They weathered the '90s into the '00s and eventually called it an end but while they were around, there were few who could touch them. Their second Lookout! offering Low and Behold might just be the finest rock and roll album ever made by a punk and one of the most misunderstood by punkers. A goddamned shame because it is a classic.
5. The Front
Weird, pushy and artsy... The Front weren't average punks because they might've not been punks at all to begin with. The attitude certainly was there and the progressive conglomeration of freaks made for a subversive listen as such intra-band energy kept them fresh and edgy during their short-lived career. Singer and agitator Greg McLaughlin most recently gifted the world his documentary about South Florida's punk scene Invisible Bands.
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