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Debate continues to this day as to whether or not The Middle Class were the first hardcore band, but even if they weren’t, their Out of Vogue EP is universally hailed as one of the most influential recordings of the original ‘70s punk era. The Middle Class’s sound evolved out of a blistering, shouted, arty version of punk, one that had an enormous influence on the hardcore sound that would emerge in the years following their first release, the 1978 Out Of Vogue 7". This record features the title track along with three other songs.