I'm a Dead Boy. (Young, Loud and Snotty or s/t are on the plate here)
The Dead Boys preceded most hardcore/punk bands excluding Iggy and the Stooges, The Ramones, The Clash, The Sex Pistols, The NY Dolls and a slew of lesser known but equally rad late 70's bands.
They sang about simple things with simple riffs, much like contemporary hardcore, except they knew how to write a hook. I think the guitar work, solo-wise was better than the Ramones and they had more songs about banging and underage chicks than their counterparts of the era. The songs are classic rock-and-roll, perfect for a bike-ride or cruise to the Clif's new record store.
They also came from Youngstown before doing Cleveland and then New York. You can tell they're from NE Ohio because the moves illustrated below were taught to Millin early in his 'core guitaring career. Also note that the fashion of the current middle-class white boy paradigm did not originate on Coventry in 2005, but on Coventry in 1975.
Peep anything they put out, it won't disappoint...