Dead Ends are no doubt the most proeminent and prolific pinoy punk/hardcore band from the eighties...
Complaints, their 1985 debut album, a milestone in the Philippine punk history. Melodic and strong tunes.
Second Coming, 1986. It became obvious their sound were massively influenced by the Dead Kennedy's.
Second Coming lyric sheet. The rip was made from the tape re-issued in the nineties.
Damned Nation, 1987 third album. Leaning towards H/C, songs are getting shorter, faster and more focused. The band were at their peak of their musical carreer.
Later on, some members went to play on the Pinoy Rock outfit Rizal Underground, Al Dimalanta and Dennis Maniego from Private Stock went to form Throw in 2000.
Throw plays hardcore and are still active to this day.