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Garbo's Celluloid Heroes

Garbo's Celluloid Heroes

In the tumult of 1978's Birmingham punk scene, Garbo (aka Chris Evans), formerly of World of Oz, unleashed "Only Death is Fatal" with his new band, Garbo's Celluloid Heroes. Despite missing commercial success, the track, hailed by the Walsall Observer, became a cult classic, embodying punk's raw, unapologetic spirit. Their relentless touring, racking up an impressive 70 gigs in just the first few months after forming in November 1977, including two European tours, solidified their status as underground legends. Today, "Only Death is Fatal" stands not just as a song, but as a bold symbol of Garbo's daring reinvention and the enduring, rebellious soul of punk with a late sixties twist.


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