Carlos Cadona, better known by his stage name 6025, was the second guitarist—from July 1978 to March 1979—for the American hardcore punk band Dead Kennedys. Although 6025 is sometimes mentioned as a drummer, singer Jello Biafra has stated 6025 was recruited solely as a guitarist. Initially the band was a quartet, consisting of Klaus Flouride, Jello Biafra, East Bay Ray, and Bruce Slesinger, who all had answered an ad placed by East Bay Ray, but 6025 was added to the line-up before the first gig on July 19, 1978. Due to his short tenure in the band and avoidance of the public eye since, very little is known about him, and he is most well known for the mysteries surrounding his departure from the band.
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a solace of ripe plums
seeming to fill the air
They taste good to her”
—William Carlos Williams (18831963)