Baby-faced and rail-thin, Lee Bozeman didn't look like the kind of guy who would ram a microphone stand into the floor. But in the '90s, when Luxury got to "Flaming Youth Flames On" in its set list, the guitar came off and the sweetly gut-punching crooner flailed his body into the ultra-sassy punk song that teased, "Make you gasp / Make your heart skip a beat." It was an eye-opener to any teenager who witnessed it, especially since Luxury's spectacle was most often seen in church youth halls.
During the heyday of 120 Minutes-friendly alt-rock, these were two brothers and college friends who dug into Dischord punk, and clung to their records by The Cure and The Smiths for dear life. That aesthetic thrives now with bands like Title Fight and Weekend, but in the midst of what Seattle wrough...
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