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The Heartdrops

The Heartdrops’ nostalgia of "77 greaser punk" took a reflection towards The Dead Boys and The Ramones upon their 1995 debut EP with The Morning Shakes. Following two additional seven-inches on Break Up and Magadee Records in 1997, the band was categorized amongst other vintage punk acts such as The Candy Snatchers and The L.E.S. Stitches before Melted Records released their first full-length This Is The Heartthrobs in 1998. The next year, The Heartdrops put out their follow-up album East Side Drive on Melted as well.