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Dag Nasty

Dag Nasty kept roaring D.C.-styled hardcore alive during the mid-'80s. Although the group was more accessible and melodic than Minor Threat, it never lost its bracing, blistering edge. Formed by former Minor Threat and Meatmen guitarist Brian Baker and ex-DYS vocalist Dave Smalley, Dag Nasty recorded their first album, Can I Say (1986), with D.C.-punk guru Ian MacKaye assisting on the production. The following year, Smalley left the group; he was replaced by Peter Cortner, who added more pop elements to the band's sound. Dag Nasty moved from MacKaye's Dischord label to Giant in 1988, releasing their last album of the '80s, Field Day. Along with former Big Boy Chris Gates, Baker formed the metal band Junkyard in 1989, which released two records on Geffen before fading away. Dag Nasty came back together in 1992, releasing Four on the Floor for the growing underground punk scene that was only a few short years from breaking into the mainstream. The response was enthusiastic, but the band stepped away from the business again. Ten years later, they reunited with the emo-rock call to arms Minority of One and released it on Revelation Records. In 2010, Ian MacKaye released Dag with Shawn -- the original recordings from Can I Say taken from a session with Dag Nasty's very first vocalist, Shawn Brown -- on Dischord. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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F**king love them! Always have!
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One of the greatest bands. All versions of this band kick a**. They should have been way bigger than they actually are.
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i love this song
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I f**kin love Swiz. I just think Dave was better in Dag Nasty. I wore out my "Can I Say" record during the summer of 1986. Still one of my favorite records.
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Surf ? No not quite. Dc maryland skate scene? On the real. And whoever said sean brown can't sing....gues s you never saw Swiz. You just had to be there. Dc hardcore forever!!!!! !
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Legendary-vi n t a g e - they were way ahead of their time , bridging the gap between old school and new school
Surf n skate all the way
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12 ounces of courage.... makes the world look better.. I was about 15 when I first heard Dagnasty. Haha, drinking 40's oz. shaking dice, and trying to get laid..
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Looks like he is trying to take a dump-- or is that him trying to sing and failing?
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The best band you can't find on YouTube.
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kbarton73
One of my favorites!
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The best
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patsfoster
Best Band Ever!
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Singer, Dave Smalley, is doing a one off show with his former band (before Dag Nasty) DYI in Boston.
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they are posthardcore greatness!!!
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Brian Baker = good music...Alth o u g h , Junkyard was a stretch for me.
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Decent emocore? Dag Nasty is the best...every t h i n g on Dischord is awsome...the y aren't even emocore. Bands like Dag Nasty transcend type casting...
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decent emocore
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can i say almost had me fooled when i was a kid.

almost.
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bromide01
Wimpy.
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totally awsome dude
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So glad i was intdroduced to this band.
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bromide01
Mediocre. At best.
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SOOOOO GOOOOOOD!
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dag nasty is the ish

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