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Admittedly, Indianapolis has never really been known for producing much in way of bands, whether punk or pop or otherwise. But in the late 70's/ early 80's, the Midwestern city produced a band whose short-lived first phase produced one of the more memorable full-length hardcore albums of all time. The band, dubbed the Zero Boys, was formed in the spring of 1979 when singer Paul Mahern "discovered" the Sex Pistols in Creem Magazine and roped in guitarist Terry Hollywood, bassist John Mitchell and drummer Mark Cutsinger. Withing three weeks of practice- in grand tradition of most hardcore bands- the band was playing it's first show, and six month later the band members found themselves recording their first EP.