Rhino 39 – Prolixin Stomp E.P. 7″

rhino39.jpgDangerhouse Records released a good deal of great records where The Deadbeats 7inch are the best and as number two we have Rhino 39. The flipside with “Xerox/No Compromise” is Hardcore done in 1979. The intro to “No Compromise” give me chills: Do de do de do de super size bla bla bla no compromise no compromise… Correct me if I’m wrong but I think Dave Dacron – Vocals died in a car crash in 1980?
Country: USA
Year: 1979
Label: Dangerhouse
Format: 7″
Prolixin Stomp.mp3
Xerox/No Compromise.mp3

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9 Responses to Rhino 39 – Prolixin Stomp E.P. 7″

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  2. Degenerateen says:

    It says on breakmyface.com that “They continued for years afterwards, but things were calmer after singer Dave Dacron was killed in a car crash shortly before graduation, truly a case of unrealized but very great potential.” I think he was only 16 too. So sad.

  3. RAY says:


  4. PND says:

    In 2007 a double CD came out with a bunch of good stuff on it.

  5. Jay Thurston says:

    If I am not mistaken, Joel also did the artwork for the 7″???? The double CD is really good. It is a shame that the video does not have the original sound…very bummed about that.

  6. Jimmy Bemis says:

    I’m sooo glad I found this site and this single in particular.
    I love these guys – great, original hardcore sound, and they looked like totaly average high school kids when I knew them.

    Needless to say, I was deeply saddened by Dave’s death.

    I really pushed for the inclusion of their great song “J. Alfred” on “Hell Comes to Your House”, but I was outvoted.
    AT least it saw the light of day on “American Youth Report”.

    Ah, good times.

  7. Jay Thurston says:

    Are you the Jimmy Bemis that is supposed to be homeless??? I guess you found your home and can now focus on getting Modern Warfare back together again??? I hope this is the same Jimmy Bemis??? By the way Jimmy, what the fuck is that comic cartoon thing that is in my “No Passion” 7″??? Just curious

  8. Artifix says:

    RHINO 39 / BLACK RANDY AND THE METROSQUAD split 7″ inch test press on eBay right now! 1 of only 4 made. The song “Night in Watts” was recorded on the same night as the three other songs on the infamous EP listed above. This lost Dangerhouse nugget can now be yours! Never before released. Available in regular edition from Artifix Records by next week.

  9. Renik says:

    Another fine filthy classic!

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