Jon spencer blues explosion, the - controversial negro

Simins, Spencer, and Bauer came together in the early ’90s, when power trios were not uncommon in their native NYC punk scene. Bauer and Spencer maintain that the Blues Explosion didn’t pave the way for bass-less bands like the White Stripes and the Black Keys that came later and achieved greater commercial success. But even so, there’s really no other band like them in sound or attitude: Spencer—who plays a practically un-intonatable Zimgar-brand guitar that Bauer says “pretty much scarred me for life”—is known as much for his manic street-preacher persona, lambchop sideburns, and pleather pants as he is for reverb-soaked yowls and perpetually fuzzed-out riffs.

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