With an uncanny ability to fuse Punk music with almost any style, Minutemen enjoyed a healthy cult following in the early 80’s. Musically tight and always experimenting, the Southern California group became a College radio staple and though commercial success eluded them, the critical response from their 1984 album, Double Nickels on a Dime leaves them a solid legacy in the Underground music world.




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Eligible Since:



Country of Origin:

U.S.A. (San Pedro, CA)


Nominated In:



NIHOF’s Favorite Album:

Double Nickels on a Dime (1984)


NIHOF’s Favorite Song:

Corona (From Double Nickels on a Dime, 1984)

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