The creators and key advocates of their own genre -- super rock -- the Fleshtones have been one of America's greatest rock & roll showbands in a career that began in 1976. While they were often lumped in with the garage rock revival movement, their formula was significantly more complex than their peers. Though '60s garage sounds were a major influence, so were rhythm & blues, soul, hard rock, psychedelic rock, and even disco (the group cited the excitement of a packed dance club as an inspiration for their over-the-top live shows). The band play rock & roll suitable for energetic parties and frenetic dancing, with strong, elemental tunes, musical instrumental work, witty lyrics, and the charismatic vocal style of frontman Peter Zaremba. Their debut album, 1982's Roman Gods, showed their aesthetic was fully formed from the start, 1985's ...
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