The TV Eye // Drummer sure left with a bang! So I’ll leave you all with The Enemys second killer 7inch Bang Bang You’re Dead! I will now go full time on my hunt for Rob Noxious, lewdsnot, zoloft_anaconda, Guy Robert Archambue.
Thanks for all the support and a Happy New Year!
Label: King Tut
Bang Bang You’re Dead.mp3
Nice one, but gets on my nerves after a third play.
Amazing record! One the best posts in a long time. I can play this over and over again. Thank you!
they who know music will get how great this record really are. at total classic.
so this one was produced by Norman Durkee of HELEN KELLER and designed by Steven Bialer of SHIRKERS ??
This Rob Noxious that is brought up here on a regular basis… would anyone happen to know if he is from San Diego, California? I am also rather positive he was in the Shitgivits.?.?
If it is one in the same, I am sad to report he passed away a couple of months ago.
holy fucking cow. no words can describe the greatness of this record. thanks!!!!!!
Any more info on this is appreciated, i.e. band, label, etc.
I have this 7” in fairly good condition, no sleeve. Interested?
I may be interested in your 7″. Details? Location? Price?
The guy who produced this is the brains behind the Helen Keller single !!
Does anybody know about an LP of theirs that was pressed but never sold and some guy supposedly has a pile of cutouts he tried to sell on European record fairs a while back?
This is one of the last records I recorded and mixed before taking a decade break from the music biz. Imagine a million disco tunes filling the airwaves – then this. Durkee asked me on this session – fun, dug the energy and the beat, fast recording, great band – it helped pound a nail in the coffin of “four on the floor” shiny suit disco. Go punk!
I was (still am?) the drummer for The Enemy. Marc is right, this was a very fun session. I do have info about the band and we have some really great material looking for a label to finally get it out there. contact me if you are interested in anything here.
This was the last Enemy record before they switched gears and became Big Fun. It’s a good record but lacks the energy and drive of their first single “Want Me”. I seriously doubt the story of an Enemy LP … if it was pressed then there was a market for it in Seattle at the time and I haven’t seen a single copy.