SSD was formed in 1981.
SSD first attempt at recording began at Oak Grove Studios. The only problem was the 8 track recorder would overheat and stop. It didn't make much of a difference because we had no clue what we were doing.
SSD continued recording with at a new Kenmore Square Recording Studio launched by Jimmy Dufour called RadioBeat.
Radiobeat was located in the current site of of Pizzeria Uno SSD starting playing live shows at the famous Gallery East in the summer of 1981 and released a demo called "How Much Art". This demo was a piercing shot at the current state of music in the stagnant Boston Music Scene.
(Some things never change)
In 1982 Al Barile started XCLAIM records and released the 18 song album "The Kids Will Have Their Say"
Produced by Mike Bastarache and Lou Giordano