Formed: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Hardcore band which played its first show at an Allston college house party on Halloween '82, and supported the likes of Necros, Toxic Reasons, Hüsker Dü and The Proletariat, whose Frank Marshall produced their debut LP Imaginary Friend. Sorry later supported Mission of Burma and its sound moved into more post-punk territory. In fact, guitarist David Kleiler and bassist Chuck Hahn were later seen playing in the post-MoB group The Volcano Suns). Singer Jon Easley later formed Crown Heights (he died in 1998).



Singles & Albums

Sorry - Imaginary FriendImaginary Friend (LP, 1984)

Sorry - The Way It IsThe Way It Is (LP, 1986)

Various Artists

Bands That Could Be God - The CONFLICT Compilation US LP 1984 (Radiobeat/Conflict): My Word / One More Step

Suburban Voice: 25th Anniversary Compilation US CD 1998 (Suburban Voice): Misanthrope






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