Peer Pressure – Eve Of Destruction E.P. 7″

peer_pressure_eve.jpgAs promised in the post of the first Peer Pressure 7inch here’s the killer version of “Eve Of Destruction” that kicks The Dickies version to death. This was supposed to be Peer Pressures second 7inch back in 1980 but it never happened until 2001 thanks to Ryan Richardsons incredible tedious track down of this band, who consited of just two persons. “Brock was into punk rock (Ramones, Devo, etc.) but Jay — as an experienced and talented musician — needed some convincing. “We talked about how tough it is to really think independently, how the aesthetic of the group always predominates, how it takes more courage than most people have to stand alone and be different. Gradually we come to give it a name: It is Peer Pressure that is the problem. You must resist it.

 

Country: USA
Year: 1980
Label: Peer Pressure/Resistance
Format: 7″
Songs:
Eve Of Destruction.mp3
Excitemint.mp3
Cash In.mp3

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4 Responses to Peer Pressure – Eve Of Destruction E.P. 7″

  1. Laika says:

    awesome post!!!!!!!!!! thanks.

  2. Degenerateen says:

    I really like this. 1st song is my fav, total ripper.

  3. wtf…..no clue wot I am supposed to say…wot are we talking about anyway, wot song?????cool stuff bout peer pressure tho it helps alot. Salute all my jimbos dont give into peer pressure :-)

  4. pirateradionut says:

    Really wish these guys would’ve stuck it out for an album or two. The songs really vary in style, but still range from good to incredible. The promos/ads that they did are pretty funny, too.

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