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      Despite failing to equal the commercial success or cross-cultural impact of their Athens, Georgia, compatriots R.E.M. and the B-52's, Pylon's influence on the city's legendary music scene proved just as pronounced -- the group's propulsive, angular jangle pop sound resonated not only within the Athens creative community, but throughout the American pop underground of the '80s, and though more heard-of than actually heard, their role as elder statesmen of the alternative rock explosion is unassailable. Their first two albums -- 1980's Gyrate and 1983's Chomp -- are both essential documents of the nascent American independent rock era, while 2016's Pylon Live is a fine document of how the band sounded on-stage. Naming themselves after the ubiquitous orange traffic cones found in most cities, Pylon was founded by guitarist Randy Bewley and ...
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