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The Dead Milkmen ‘perform’ ‘Punk Rock Girl’ on Club MTV, 1988
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Dead Milkmen

Airing from 1985 to 1992, Club MTV was primarily branded to showcase acts like Milli Vanilli, Paula Abdul, and MC Hammer, rather than The Dead Milkmen. The program was shot in the cavernous confines of the massive Palladium nightclub in New York City (now NYU dorms). You can’t get a more “late 80s” location than that.

Watching The Dead Milkmen lip-synch for a show modeled after American Bandstand is a little awkward, but even as VJ Downtown Julie Brown intros them as a “college radio” band breaking into “the mainstream,” you can tell everyone’s having a good time, making the most of a strange pairing.

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