Sado Nation – S/T E.P. 7″



Not as great as their LP that we posted some months ago. Most people said the opposite but I disagree. Still this is a great record no doubt about it.


I just got home from a very wet birthday party last night. So I’m not in a great mood for writing. Download and pogo your day away. Produced by Greg Sage from The Wipers.


Check out Sado Nation on the web: Click here!


By the History Of Portland Punk from Greg Sages label Zen Records: Here.


Country: USA
Year: 1980
Label: Trap
Format: 7″
I’m Trouble.mp3
Gimme You.mp3
On Whom They Beat.mp3
Mom And Pop Democracy.mp3

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6 Responses to Sado Nation – S/T E.P. 7″

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  2. Degenerateen says:

    Portland pride. Haha. I got their pin on one of my jackets. Good band.


  4. Tony says:

    Happy birthday. Are you trying to tell us something by posting songs like “I’m Trouble”? Ha ha. That’s my favorite song on this EP. Songs like “Gimme You” are kind of corny to me, though. I think it’s the trade off of male-female vocals that turns me off on a few of the EP tracks. The Grand Theft Audio label released a Sado Nation CD last year that had their killer unreleased LP from 1980 on it. Check out that unreleased LP if you haven’t already! Sad that it took 25 years before anyone heard it…

  5. Jay Thurston says:

    I still can’t believe I gave this record away in a drunken stupor in 1982. What a moron.

  6. Chris says:

    Gimme You and On Whom They Beat are insanely brilliant slices of bubblegum punk. Bought “You’re Not Equal” LP in 1983 when I was 13 but this stuff surpasses it… Pure punk genius.

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