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  Minor Threat :: MisfitsCentral.com
In spring 1983, Lyle Preslar and Brian Baker contacted Glenn Danzig about forming a new group.
Glenn went to Washington, DC twice to practice with them, but nothing came of it.
In January 1984, Lyle contacted Glenn again, and flew up to New Jersey to record songs for the Initium album.
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 KFTH - Minor Threat Page
Lyle had sung for a band called the Extorts (also known as Vile Lyle and the Extorts) for the group's only show but was better known as a guitar player.
Preslar attended the same high school as Baker but they were not friends, and MacKaye knew of him as a bratty kid who was also a talented musician (as a 12 year-old living in Michigan, Brian had once actually jammed on stage with guitar legend Carlos Santana).
Preslar and Nelson considered themselves straight edge but occasionally drank (Nelson also occasionally smoked pot), but as drinking was not a big part of their lives they, too, believe that they were in line with straight edge philosophy.
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 Static-Void: Minor Threat
But in September, Lyle Preslar left DC to attend College in Chicago and the band split up.
With this impeccable lineup (Jeff, Lyle, and Ian were also among the all time best at their respective posts), the band recorded what is easily one of the greatest Hardcore Punk albums of all time: "Out Of Step", an LP released on Dischord in January of 1983.
Lyle Preslar and Brain Baker went on to a band called The 400 with members of Negative Approach.
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 Minor Threat information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Preslar dropped out of college and, at the urging of Bad Brains vocalist H.R. Hudson, Minor Threat reformed to play a series of shows and record the "Out Of Step" mini album.
MacKaye was allegedly skipping practices towards the end of the band's career, and he wrote the lyrics to the songs on the "Salad Days" E.P. in the studio.
Lyle Preslar briefly played in Glenn Danzig's Samhain and his playing appears on a few songs on the band's first record; he later became an A&R director for Atlantic Records.
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 Sitio oficial de Ticketmaster. Samhain boletos, fechas
With former Minor Threat guitarist Lyle Preslar signing on soon after, Samhain recorded their debut album, Initium, which was issued in 1984.
But Preslar's tenure with the band was incredibly short, as Pete Marshall, better known to Samhain fans as "Damien," replaced him.
This lineup remained together for a lone release, 1985's extremely limited-edition four-track EP Unholy Passion, before another lineup hiccup occurred when Zing was replaced with London May. This would turn out to be the longest lasting of Samhain's many lineups, and was the one that appeared on 1986's November-Coming-Fire.
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 Lyle Preslar - AOL Music
Comprehensive Lyle Preslar interview discusses Minor Threat, the music business, the DC punk scene, Danzig, being a mature age Law student and much more.
In the time between the release of the band's second seven inch EP and the Out of Step record the band briefly split when guitarist Lyle Preslar moved to...
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 The Problem With Music
These guys are universally young [about the same age as the bands being wooed], and nowadays they always have some obvious underground rock credibility flag they can wave.
Lyle Preslar, former guitarist for Minor Threat, is one of them.
Terry Tolkin, former NY independent booking agent and assistant manager at Touch and Go is one of them.
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 Minor Threat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Slayer later covered the song, with the last iteration of the lyric "''Guilty of being white''" changed to "''Guilty of being right''." In an interview in Steven Blush's book ''American Hardcore: A Tribal History'', MacKaye has stated that he was offended that some perceived racist overtones in the lyrics.
In the time between the release of the band's second seven inch EP and the ''Out of Step'' record the band briefly split when guitarist Lyle Preslar moved to Illinois for college.
Lyle Preslar briefly played in Glenn Danzig's Samhain and his playing appears on a few songs on the band's first record; he later ran Caroline Records, signing and working with, among others, Peter Gabriel, Ben Folds, Chemical Brothers and Idaho, and ran marketing for Sire Records.
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 Minor Threat, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
Minor Threat was the definitive Washington, D.C., hardcore punk band, setting the style for the straight-edge punk movement of the early '80s.
MacKaye formed the Teen Idles while he was attending Wilson High School in Washington, D.C., and after he graduated in 1980, he founded the Dischord record label with the intent of putting out his group's records through the label.
Shortly after graduation, the Teen Idles had broken up and MacKaye had formed Minor Threat with former Idles drummer Jeff Nelson, former Government Issue bassist Brian Baker, and guitarist Lyle Preslar.
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 Lyle Preslar :: MisfitsCentral.com
Lyle played guitar on the first album and also at the first Samhain show ever.
His participation in the band was a remnant of an attempted supergroup combining ex-Misfit Glenn Danzig, and ex-
Minor Threat members Lyle Preslar and Brian Baker.
www.misfitscentral.com /bios/lyle-preslar.php   (83 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Complete Discography - Minor Threat at Epinions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Though only around for a few years and releasing but a few singles and only one full length, Minor Threat is revered by so many as the greatest hardcore band and one of the greatest punk bands of all time.
Lead vocalist Ian Mackaye formed Minor Threat with Brian Baker on bass, Lyle Preslar on guitar, and his best friend Jeff Nelson behind the kit.
Ian's furious bellow mixed with Lyle Preslar's heavily distorted guitar work and Jeff and Brian's pounding rhythym section make for hardcore that is fast, p*ssed off, and in your face.
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 major labels: the problem with music
These guys are universally young [about the same age as the bands being wooed], and nowadays they always have some obvious underground rock credibility flag they can wave.
Lyle Preslar, former guitarist for Minor Threat, is one of them.
Terry Tolkin, former NY independent booking agent and assistant manager at Touch and Go is one of them.
www.arancidamoeba.com /mrr/problemwithmusic.html   (2188 words)

  
 SAMHAIN
Al is only featured as Samhain member on the "Archangel." track, previously to Samhain he played bass for Reagan Youth and also played drums on the Nihilistics' first demo tape.
After the first Samhain show, Lyle worked with The 400, The Meatmen, and Caroline Records.
Pete "Damien" Marshall, joined Samhain shortly before "Initium" was released to play guitar on the "Season Of The Dead" tour.
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 Minor Threat - Music Downloads - Online
Bio: Minor Threat was the definitive Washington, D.C., hardcore punk band, setting the style for the straight-edge punk movement of the early '80s.
By the end of the year, Minor Threat had released the singles "Minor Threat" and "Straight Edge," and had played many concerts along the East Coast.
MacKaye played with Embrace, Skewbald, and Pailhead before forming Fugazi, who carried on the aesthetic, if not the sound, of Minor Threat.
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 Out of Step - Minor Threat - Music Reviews
Songs like "Betray" and "Little Friend" contain sudden, heart-stopping pauses, with full-bodied production that's as much thrash metal as it is trebly punk squeal.
Lyle Preslar and Brian Baker both have at the guitar this time through and do the instrument proud, creating memorable, snarling riffs that rip out of the speakers without apology.
Jeff Nelson's drumming is equally powerful, but Ian MacKaye's outraged performance provides the real killer touch.
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 KFTH - S.O.A. Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Henry Garfield was part of the original skater clique that made up the core of the early DC hardcore scene, but early on his participation was limited to being a roadie the Teen Idles, which featured his close friend Ian MacKaye.
When MacKaye formed Minor Threat, his follow up act to the Teen Idles, he swiped Lyle Preslar from the band the Extorts.
Jumping at the chance to launch his own musical venture, Henry and the remaining Extorts, guitarist Michael Hampton, bassist Wendel Blow, and drummer Simon Jacobsen, formed State of Alert, better known as S.O.A., in 1980.
homepages.nyu.edu /~cch223/usa/soa_main.html   (506 words)

  
 Big Black at AllExperts
The record is famous for the variety of inserts, which included a lyric sheet in most copies, plus extras like condoms, dollar bills, stickers, concert tickets, photographs, silverware, razor blades, bloody bandages, and squirt guns.
Guitarist Lyle Preslar (once and future Minor Threat member) was very briefly a member of Big Black: his few rehersals with Albini deteriorated into arguments before the duo realized they could not work together well.
In 1983 Jeff Pezzati and Santiago Durango, both of Naked Raygun, joined the band on bass and guitar, respectively.
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