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Back in 1980, Buddy Love was the powerpop project of Doug Khazzam and Alan Milman, both typical "Long Island Middle Class Jew Boys" as they stamped themselves. A couple of years before, they had recorded a 7-inch EP, "Stitches in my Head" under the name Alan Milman Sect which is now highly sought-after by punk collectors. After having started out another outfit called ManKazaM, they released another EP called Spankathon (ManKazaM, Alan Milman Sect and Buddy Love shared a good bunch of musicians, some of whom played in all three groups at one time or another).
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