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|Origin||Jersey Shore area, New Jersey, United States|
It included members Tom on vocals, Paul Cowen on guitar, Darryl Hell on bass & John Radcliffe on drums. In its time, the group played with the Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, Bad Posture and Flipper at venues such as City Gardens in Trenton, Brighton Bar in Long Branch, and CBGB in New York City.
In 1983 the group released a self-titled album and a single "S&M", both on Mutha Records. The "S&M" single features artwork by Lori Wening who would go on to become the vocalist (under the name Inger Lorre) of the proto-grunge LA punk band The Nymphs.
Darryl Hell went on to perform in the New York area under the name DJ Hell. The whereabouts of Paul Cowen and the other went to Lost Prophets. Los Angeles punk fanzine Flipside named the Public Disburbance LP on its "best of" list. Songs by the band include "S&M", "Destroy The Fad" & "Russell's Ramp".
Since the early 1980s a few bands have used the name Public Disturbace, one of which Ian Watkins, of Lostprophets, played in during the 1990s and another Public Disturbance formed in Northern New Jersey around 2004.
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