Thursday, August 17, 2017

Re-Posts 'n' Re-Ups

No surprise, I've been absolutely terrible at fulfilling requests for re-ups and such. Look for me to do that real soon. (yeah, right!)

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Ramzes & The Hooligans - Poland - Alcoholand 7"

After the weekend we just had I think it best to leave the country for a while. We'll spend today drinking in Poland. Entertaining Polish punk/Oi! with a serious Ramones influence.

Robotnik

Sunday, August 13, 2017

GG Allin - Live... Carolina In My Ass 7"

And what is one thing the last two bands have in common? GG Allin, of course. At one time or another both bands backed up GG. And since we've been crawling through the gutters this weekend we might as well end in GG's ass, right? Here's the 1990 release from an NC show GG did in '87 with backing band the Primates.

We're Not Ashamed Of The Things That We Do

Saturday, August 12, 2017

The Disappointments - Self-Titled 7"

The Disappointments were four scumbags from Michigan. Their 1987 7" delivers 21 (!) blasts of quick depravity.

I'm Just Here To Be Amused

Friday, August 11, 2017

Bulge - Penis Rising 7"

Let's spend the weekends in some U.S. gutters. When Boston hardcore band Psycho were not busy being, well, psycho, they sometimes dressed goofily and became scum punk band Bulge. Here's an 11 song 7" from 1991.

All Together Now - Fartmaster!

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Eddie And The Subtitles - Fuck You Eddie 7"

To be honest, I never really knew a lot about Eddie & The Subtitles back in the day. Not sure why. However, I always loved the bands name. Again, not sure why. Anyway, a small amount of research has told me they were quite the influential Orange County outfit. And a quick listen to their debut single will tell anyone this is a damn classic.

Don't Want To Drown In American Society

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Crass - Sheep Farming In The Falklands 7"

And then there's Crass. Might as well end our Anarcho-Weekend with the top of the heap. I don't think any band personified Anarchy more than Crass. Here's one of their numerous singles, from 1983.

No Sir, I Won't