Meatmen – Blood Sausage E.P. 7″

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You want some mustard and ketchup with that?

Country: USA
Year: 1981
Label: Touch And Go
Format: 7″
Songs:
Tooling For Anus.mp3
One Down Three To Go.mp3
Snuff Em.mp3
Becoming A Man.mp3
I’ve Got A Problem.mp3
I’m Glad I’m Not A Girl.mp3
Dumping Ground.mp3

Posted in 1981 | 3 Comments

The Snifters – I Like Boys 7″


I like girls.

Country: Holland
Year: 1978
Label: Lightning
Format: 7″
Songs:
I Like Boys.mp3
Baby Punker.mp3

Posted in 1978 | 6 Comments

Pete Newnham – Rudi / Outside my window 7″

Fucking perfection on this lone solo release from mr Newnham and it’s among my absolute favourite releases from the summer of hate. Two versions exists, one promo and one standard, I think one of them might be slightly rarer than the other one. Neither one of them was released in a picture sleeve.
There’s a full story bout this release over at Bored Teenagers, so go there and read it and then pick up Dizzys latest release in the series of the same name as the website.

Country: UK
Year: 1977
Label: B&C
Format: 7″
Songs:
Rudi.mp3
Outside my window.mp3

Posted in 1977 | 3 Comments

Vulpess – Me Gusta Ser Una Zorra / Inkisición 7″


Nothing but a Spanish classic here I’d say. I assume more or less everyone knows this one by heart, but as I’m trying to teach my man, and America’s number one powerpop fan, Tims DeJong a little about punk rock I choose to post it so he can hear that punk rock can be just as great as his beloved powerpop.

This one is for you Tims (and if the a-side sounds a bit familiar it’s because it’s a cover by the proto-punk band the Stooges). 

Country: Spain
Year: 1983
Label: Dos Rombos Discos
Format: 7″
Songs:
Me gusta ser una zorra.mp3
Inkisición.mp3

Posted in 1983 | 9 Comments

UXB – Crazy Today / Mr. Fixit 7″


I got a feeling that Peter doesn’t like this one, but we’ve never talked about it so I might be wrong. No matter what I like it a lot! Great melodic punk with the entire band pushing the songs forward in a confident way. And a great guitar tone as well, dry and thick in the vein of the better sounding USHC acts. The flip, Mr. Fixit, reminds me an ever so little bit of the Suicide Commandos LP for some reason. Both songs are equally great in my opinion and I don’t know why this one ain’t more talked about.

Country: UK
Year: 1980
Label: Crazy Plane
Format: 7″
Songs:
Crazy today.mp3
Mr. Fixit.mp3

Posted in 1980 | 11 Comments