Active-Minds – The Lunatics Have Taken Over The Asylum [TUNE 29, REACT 8, DIY-FL-000, 1994]

ACTIVE MINDS – fantastic anarchopunk band from Scarborough, UK. Usually compared to early anarchopunk bands, but they really have their own unique style if you continue listening… still active nowadays! This flexi I got in 1996 and it remains one of my favorite 7inch records.

Where’s The Difference
Take it Back
Force Fed Superstition
Not Your Property

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New York punk & underground record fair

Sunday, May 17, 2009.
10:00am – 6:00pm
@ SOUTHPAW “Brooklyn, NY”

Tables $50
Entry $5

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corrupted moral sleeve

corrupted moral sleeve

CORRUPTED MORALS – Chet e.p. (Lookout Records 002) 1988

SurlyOldPunk left us this one in the archives but did not leave us with any information on this band. Leave a comment.

Be all you can be
Peer pressure
Corruted morals
The adventures of Edwin Meese

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Urban Waste





Kidnap – Il faudra bien qu’un jour tout change (ChaosProductions – KS 19866) 1984

From Blois (french), 1000 copies.

C’est ton problËme
Il faudra bien qu’un jour tout change

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Disorder – Pain Headache Depression [TF 003, 1994]

Disorder (already mentioned on 7inchpunk) was a formed in the Bristol area of the UK 1980… varying line-ups, and it seems they are still active. Last Album was published in 2005. As far as I’m concerned, one of the best punk bands ever, although never had a chance to see them live

This EP was published in 1995 (I bought it the same year) by polish label “Trujaca Fala”… printed cover was made in few different colors (always one-color-on-white background print).

6 mind-blowing tracks!

Drop The Bomb
Fist Fuck
Insane System
Systems Reject

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Hey, this is Bret from the blog Egg City Radio. For my day job, I’m one of the programmers at The Cinefamily, a revival cinema in Los Angeles, and I’m proud to announce that on every Thursday in March and April, we’re having a full-on punk and post-punk film series!

The lineup is:
Thursday, March 5th – The Punk Rock Movie + The Blank Generation
Thursday, March 12th – Two Films about The Fall
Thursday, March 19th – Made In Sheffield + Shadowplayers
Thursday, March 26th – Urgh! A Music War + Debt Begins At Twenty
Thursday, April 2nd – Post-Punk Junk mix night
Thursday, April 9th – European Punk night (La Brune Et Moi + TBA)
Thursday, April 16th – Breaking Glass + Crash ‘N’ Burn

Thursday April 30th – Target Video tribute night

The full description of all the films can be found here. The theater is at 611 N. Fairfax Avenue, LA, CA, 90036.

For those in Los Angeles — check Egg City Radio next week for some ticket giveaways!


Ed Davis Band

Ed Davis Band – Keith Richard’s Dead/Asshole (Mike Enright 1978)

The Ed Davis Band was the first punk band in Cincinnati, Ohio.  This record, their only release, was recorded in 1978.  I saw them at an art opening in 1979 — my only memory is that they they had a female guest vocalist that night, and that I (thankfully) bought this record from the band.  The Ed Davis Band was part of an artist community called We’re Just Like You.  The drummer, Cury Gary, was a disc jockey on WEBN at the time this record was released.  It certainly doesn’t seem like a big deal now, but in 1979 it was pretty outrageous to put a song called “Asshole” on a record, especially in Cincinnati.  Also — is “Asshole” the beginning of the Oi movement? — the band chants “Oi Oi Oi”, and this record predates the Cockey Rejects and all those UK Oi bands.  


Keith Richards Dead


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Squirrelbait / David Grubbs

Squirrelbait / David Grubbs – Motorola Cloudburst

This record came as a free gift with some fanzine, I don’t remember which.  It was released in the late 1980’s, but the recording on side one is from 1983.  Side one contains the first two songs on Squirrelbait’s great first album, which was recorded in 1983, but never released.  The line up at that time was:

Peter Searcy — Vocals
David Grubbs — Guitar
Clark Johnson — Bass
Britt Walford — Drums

I don’t know the title of the song on side two.  As you can see from looking at the label pics, the label is adorned with inside jokes, so you have no idea what it is you’re getting with this record.  I can tell you this, however: the voice (talking about Elvis, Che Guevera and revolution) is that of Phil Ochs, take from Phil’s Live at Carnegie Hall LP.

The text on the back refers to a fictitious band called Motorola Cloudburst.  More inside jokes.  Clever stuff.

Squirrelbait – Tense / Earth Shattering
David Grubbs – Untitled

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Dennis The Menace

Dennis The Menace – Dennis The Menace (006026 1980)

Dennis The Menace was a short-lived punk band in Cincinnati, Ohio, circa 1979-1981.  I believe this record is from 1980, but there is no date on the record — it could be 1981.  There is no lyric sheet or information about the band with the record.  I love the cover with the band members in plastic bags set out for the trash.  The lyrics are inspired — “Working Girls — Get Me Up!”.  Locate some wrap-around sunglasses and pogo around in your mom’s living room to this underground classic.

Go Go Wah Wah
In My Reflection
Working Girls

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