**Joel from Toxic Reasons recently got ahold of us here at 7inchpunk and told us of a unreleased track (God Bless America) from the recoding sessions of War Hero. He sent in the track and we now posted it for you to enjoy! Thanks to Joel for sending this out to us!
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Toxic Reasons - War Hero (Banit Records) 1980
Toxic Reasons were from Dayton, Ohio. This is their first record, recorded in January 1980. They released one other single (Ghost Town), and an LP (Independence) before dumping their lead singer (Ed Pittman) and moving to San Francisco, where they made a bunch of other records.
I’ve never understood why they dropped Ed Pittman. I never saw him perform with the band, but I met him a few times at the Jockey Club in Newport KY in the early 1980’s and he must have been one hell of a frontman. He was a huge, imposing guy, and from the sound of these early records, a great singer also.
This record is great, but it has always cracked me up somewhat that a bunch of guys from Dayton, OH decided to sing with British accents on their record. How quickly we US punks forgot that punk started in New York City and Cleveland, etc., not the UK.
Never before released track from the War Hero’s recoding sessions, Thanks to Joel of Toxic Reasons for sending this one to 7inchpunk!
God Bless America
Posted by: 1983