Seizure – Cuties Wrong Now 7″



This is a re-post from April the 3rd 2006. Added more scans and Cuties Wrong Now.


How come there are so many punk 7inches with just one good song on it? Seizures record is just one in the line of too many out there. “Front Line” the b-side is a full on blasting punk cracker that makes this a classic. Never issued with sleeve.


Country: USA
Year: 1978
Label: Regressive
Format: 7″
Cuties Wrong Now.mp3
Front Line.mp3

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19,170 Responses to Seizure – Cuties Wrong Now 7″

  1. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    This is the first comment for this GREAT record. Thank you!

  2. Tony says:

    Dammit, I love this record! Both sides are ace songs to my ears. I think the drummer’s brother was in Journey (!)- yikes!

  3. wedge says:

    nice to hear the other side,”cuties wrong now” was on Bloodstains Across California about 15 years ago & i never cared for that song. “front line” is good!!

  4. behjan says:

    yes,one of those mysteries in KBD is how the CWN song appeared on B/S AC. CALIF. instead of Frontline….

  5. SF says:

    Tried to download “Front Line”, but get a “404 not found” error. Would love to get this track again, I had the 7″ years ago.

    Thanks for the A side to this, and all your other music files. If you fix the link for Front Line PLEASE let me know!


  6. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    The link for Frontline is still here. You probably came here through a mp3 search engine. Clear your web cache and try again.

  7. SF says:

    Thanks, got the Front Line file now. Great stuff.

  8. weenyarms says:

    Siezure’s drummer was Brett Valerie, brother of Ross, the bass player in Journey. Siezure made much better music than this 45, but nothing ever got recorded.

  9. Brett Valory became the drum tech for Journey.

    I know Jackson passed away but I was wondering about Danny Machine. Whatever happened to him?

  10. Lill Marit Bugge says:

    I was raised well and would never suggest such a thing, but those with a lesser upbringing might make the joke: Why couldn’t Brett Valory have died?

  11. Gideon Godless says:

    Hell yeah, I’ve been looking for something by these guys for a while. The drummer Brett Valory interestingly enough is the brother of Journey bass player, Ross Valory. Brett also happens to be the father of a very good friend of mine, and former band mate, Vic. I think Vic actually played guitar for their reunion show a few years back. There is also a rumor that the classic “Nazi Punks Fuck Off” may have been written about Seizure, who tended to play with a Nazi flag behind them. Glad to hear this again, thanks!

  12. debbie says:

    I used to be Bretts girlfriend way back when. Cuties wrong now was written about a girl named Michelle. What ever happend to there first singer Brad? my first love. debbie

  13. ODESSIE says:

    danny machine is still here! my dad is here and well. wish we could get a copy in hand. He said he only made a 1000 of these!

  14. Midge says:

    I knew them all. They used to rehearse at the then abandoned JC Penny in downtown San Jose. Probably ’78 or ’79. Jackson told me he wrote a song about me– but would never say which one…

  15. chris credit says:

    Saw “Seizure” in SF back in the day; I thought they had some excellent tunes; expected them to become famous. Knew Brett Valory personally; only we called him ‘BH’, or simply ‘Big Hippie’; helluva nice guy!

  16. Craig Street says:

    Hi everyone. This is Greg (aka Craig Street) the bass player for Seizure. Nice to see a few people still remember us. I still talk to Brett on a regular basis but haven’t seen Danny since we did a reunion gig with the Mutants 10 years ago. I would love to hear from anyone who knows how to get ahold of him.

  17. Ted Oliphant says:

    Brett is on 80 acres in AZ Now.

  18. Please have Danny contact me.

    Robbie Fields

  19. debbie logue says:

    The migs. thats bullshit Midge

  20. debbie says:

    Had dinner with Brett the other night. hes doing well and looks great

  21. Tad plotner says:

    Brett valory was my best friend inearly seventies,I remember “BH Big hippie” well ,ea went our own way he knows “Tad” well, always wondered how he’s doing.If aanyone knows him say Hi for me…Tad Plotner@

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