No Cause for Concern? Issue #5 | September 1982 | Page 10 | Chron Gen with Target 21

with Target 21

Wednesday, July 21st, at the Roxy

TARGET 21 opened up for them with their usual ('78-ish) punk music. Haven't seen them since the Spring Beaver show in March and they're playing a bit faster now. They've added a [guest] singer who came up and did one song, something about "I wanna be a rock star" which was amusing but obviously a cheap Mugger imitation.

[Target 21 - Scotty and Marty]

About CHRON GEN, well I didn't know anything about them before their show and I still don't really and what's worse, I hardly remember the show but I got some pretty good pictures here which I didn't think should go to waste so I'll rack my brains to see if I can come up with anything. I remember dancing and having a good time and I remember the lead singer getting right into it and putting out a lot of energy. I also remember how bored the bass player looked but I've heard since then that he says he's camera shy. Not that that has anything to do with it but that was his excuse.

Anyway, I did think they were good, honest. I remember thinking so at the time but I can't for the life of me remember why I though so, let alone write about it. Sorry for the shitty review.

- J.F.

Photos by Janine Frenken


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