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Marginal Man

Marginal Man

Marginal Man was a punk band that emerged in the Washington, D.C. hardcore scene in 1983. Some members of Marginal Man played earlier in Artificial Peace, a band which appears on Dischord Records' important Flex Your Head compilation, an essential document of the 1980's D.C. punk scene. Members of the band included

  1. Steve Polcari - Vocals
  2. Pete Murray - Guitar, Vocals
  3. Kenny Inouye - Guitar
  4. Andre Lee - Bass
  5. Mike Manos - Drums

They released one EP, Identity (Dischord 13), and two LPs, Double Image (Gasatanka/Enigma) and Marginal Man (Giant) and appeared on the compilations, State of the Union and 20 Years of Dischord (Dischord 125).

Marginal Man played for five years before a final performance at the on March 24, 1988. They also played a reunion show at the 9:30 Club on August 29, 1991, and a second reunion marking the closing of the 9:30 at its original location on December 30, 1995.

Guitarist Kenny Inouye is the son of longtime U.S. Senator from Hawaii, Daniel Inouye.

References

  1. Southern Records web site biography
  2. Dischord Records

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