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  1. Mar 25,  · Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we explore .
  2. Jan 02,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Dead End Streets · Revolting Cocks Cocked and Loaded ℗ 13th Planet Records, Inc. Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. The Dead End Kids, Actor: Hell's Kitchen. The Dead End Kids is an actor, known for Hell's Kitchen (), Angels with Dirty Faces () and They Made Me a Criminal ().
  4. Jun 03,  · Dell, also a veteran of the original “Dead End” cast, bid farewell to the Bowery Boys in , after which he formed a night club act with none other than Huntz Hall. Dell was somewhat atypical for the Kids in that he was relatively tall (five-foot-ten), and managed to live past 65 (he died in North Hollywood in , at 68).
  5. Dead End Street Lyrics: There's a crack up in the ceiling / And the kitchen sink is leaking / Out of work and got no money / A Sunday joint of bread and honey / What are we living for? / Two-roomed.
  6. The Dead Boys were one of the first punk bands to escalate the level of violence, nihilism, and pure ugliness of punk rock to extreme new levels. Although considered part of New York's mid-'70s CBGB's scene, all of its bandmembers originally hailed from Cleveland, OH. The group's roots lay in the early-'70s Cleveland cult band Rocket from the Tombs, which included future Dead Boys Cheetah.
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  8. The Dead End Kids were a group of young actors from New York City who appeared in Sidney Kingsley's Broadway play Dead End in In producer Samuel Goldwyn brought all of them to Hollywood and turned the play into a film. They proved to be so popular that they continued to make movies under various monikers, including the Little Tough Guys, the East Side Kids, and the Bowery Boys, until