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Mission of Burma
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    (1980- )
    Formed in Boston, Massachusetts
    Members were:
    Roger Miller (guitarist)
    Peter Precott (drummer)
    Clint Conley (bassist)
    Martin Swope (sound system operator)
    Recorded 'Max Ernst,' 'Academy Fight Song,' 'Trem Two,' 'That's When I Reach for My Revolver,' 'Train,' 'Setup' and 'Enthusiast'
    They released one EP and one album in the 1980s before breaking up.
    They broke up when Miller developed tinnitus.
    They released a live album called 'The Horrible Truth About Burma.'
    They are considered one of the most influential post-punk bands of the 1980s.
    They reunited almost 20 years after their original breakup.
    They recorded 'Onoffon,' their second full-length album ever.
    Miller now performs live wearing a headset to protect his ears.
    Moby covered their song 'That's When I Reach for My Revolver.'

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