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PostPosted: 07 Apr 2009 
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Social Outcast - 1994 - Under The Clutch

1. Nothing
2. Under The Clutch
3. Rise Above
4. Your Pain
5. Searching
6. Blindside
7. Hyde
8. Break On Through

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Статья в газете - https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/90858771/

Можно поискать вокалиста. Возможно он играет в группе Legendary Huckle Bucks

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It has been a long strange trip for the members of Social Outcast All except Fleckenstein, still in his mid-. 20s, are in their earty 30s. Everyone has a day job, significant others, houses, cars, bills. But they just can't give up what they love playing music together. These four boys from Greenock, Duquesne and Dravosburg are winning, and they're doing it their If Mj ftA Kat.,..::,;;:.J.. T- MS , , .: mmm ... L. r.A ,; -..Sltyf mit 'rrSfm " 4 ' 1 -1'?' fiM"" way. Regardless of what they say, their tenacity and taient sets tnem apart and toranes their resolve. "We're too stupid to quit," Boyko quipped "We'll quit when it isnt fun anymore," said Gorscak. And they don't show any signs of quitting. When not busy playing out or practicing, these guys occupy their time in a variety of ways. Boyko is a technical specialist who makes vinyl win Andy StamesPost-Gazette photos Above: Members of the rock band Social Outcast stand on the roof of the Homestead Building, where they were recording. They are, from left, Andy Gorscak (bassist); Kurt Fleckenstein (guitarist); Brian Gault (drummer); Ted Boyko (singer). Below: Gorscak and Boyko perform a song during the recording session for their third release. dow extrusions. He also gardens, sings karaoke and sells adult movies (not realk but there is a sign by his front door that says as much). Gorscak is a truck driver. A rather interesting as pun vnwwiwnv w along the street Work could begin on the homes by spring, West-to-West Coalition President George Matta said The project is a partnership of the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Duquesne, the Allegheny County Economic Development Depart-' ment and West-to-West Coalition. The coalition consists of 21 Mon Valley communities from West Homestead south to West Elizabeth. The new homes will be 1,500-scruare-feet modular dwellings and also split-entry homes that will include garages with driveways. The neighborhood willinclude a landscaped community recreation area with picnic tables. The homes will face Kahler Street and Hampson Street About $2 million in county funding will go to site development construction and marketing. Matta said rebuilding the neighborhood would complement development of new businesses in the area. "We're hoping that it becomes a mixed neighborhood We need to encourage middle-income people back to the Mon Valley. The new neighborhood will be easily marketable because of its close proximity to Kennedy and Crawford avenues, West-to-West, officials said. Though the cost to build the homes will be about $100,000, the homes will sell for about $60,000, Matta said The cost difference would be covered by a second mortgage taken out by the federal government which would forgive the loan if the homeowner stays in the home for 15 years. County officials are expected to give final ap: proval of the development plans in the falL The developers want the site designated a neighborhood strategy area by the U.S. Department of Housing andUrban Development The distincr tion would allow people of all income levels to participate in the program. The Kahler Street plan is a good model of the next step many Mon Valley communities should take, West-to-West Coalition member Chuck Martoni said "We need to develop more of these mini neighborhoods." Jonathan Barnes is a free-lance writer, . pect of his job is document destruction (that's paper shredding to me and you). Outside of work and the band, he can be found remodeling his home. Gault is a civil draftsman tor an engineering hrm. He is a devoted NASCAR fan and loves water sports. Fleckenstein is a welder. He likes to fish, but nis passion is motorcycles. He owns six and works on all of his bikes and his truck. He is also the quietest of the four, although Gault could almost match him in that department. However, one of their songs, "Poor Boys," echoes hope: "One day, this poor boy just can't lose." Their friends and fans adore them and follow them everywhere. They draw crowds as large as seminational acts. Their ever-expanding following consists of everyone from the underage crowd to adults in their late 30s. There is no show too far away, too late, during a weekday or too obscure that will keep them away. No one wants to miss a Social Outcast show. "They're one of the few bands that arent from the city that bring everyone from out their way, and they support the club," said Joel Greenfield, owner of the 31stSt.Pub. They pack whatever venue they play in every time. With the Ultimata emerging triumphant from the Graffiti Rock Challenge in 2000, the tide is turning for lesser-known and underground bands. Though a distinctive driving force for years, S.O. is now getting recognition. 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