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Compilation - Emergency Broadcast Systems Volume 4 - 7 inch with Sake, Nevertheless, Crease and mary Me on Allied Records
Compilation - Emergency Broadcast Systems Volume 4 - 7 inch with Sake, Nevertheless, Crease and Mary Me on Allied Records

Nel Aspinal - Titanic Days - Blue vinyl 7 inch on Automatik Records
Nel Aspinal - Titanic Days - Blue vinyl 7 inch on Automatik Records

Jesus Christ Super Fly - Big Shit - 7 inch on red vinyl with Frank Kozik
Jesus Christ Super Fly - Big Shit - 7 inch on red vinyl with Frank Kozik

Stink - Radioactive - 7 inch vinyl on Allied Records
Stink - Radioactive - 7 inch vinyl on Allied Records

The Ringling Sisters - Cherries In The Snow - 7 inch featuring Pleasant Grahman, Debarah Patino, Annette Zilinskas and Iris Berr
The Ringling Sisters - Cherries In The Snow - 7 inch featuring Pleasant Grahman, Debarah Patino, Annette Zilinskas and Iris Berr

Hai Karate - ST - CD on Mains Ruin Records
Hai Karate - ST - CD on Mains Ruin Records

Scrog - Learning Compromise - Seven inch vinyl on Allied Records
Scrog - Learning Compromise - Seven inch vinyl on Allied Records

English Dogs - All The Worlds A Rage - Compact Disc
English Dogs - All The Worlds A Rage - Compact Disc

Black Train Jack - No Reward - Boston hardcore cassette tape on Roadrunner Records
Black Train Jack - No Reward - Boston hardcore cassette tape on Roadrunner Records

Government Issue - Strange Wine EP - Cassette
Government Issue - Strange Wine EP - Cassette

Corrupted Ideals - Anti-Trend, Anti-System And Anti-Faction - 3 colored vinyl 7 inches on New Red Archives Records
Corrupted Ideals - Anti-Trend, Anti-System And Anti-Faction - 3 colored vinyl 7 inches on New Red Archives Records

Maximum Penalty - East Side Story - 7 inch of Too Damn Hype Records
Maximum Penalty - East Side Story - 7 inch of Too Damn Hype Records

Shonen Knife - Christmas Record For You - Rare red vinyl seven inch on Rocvkville Records
Shonen Knife - Christmas Record For You - Rare red vinyl seven inch on Rocvkville Records

Verbal Assault - Trial - Cassette tape on Giant Records
Verbal Assault - Trial - Cassette tape on Giant Records

Sebadoh - Gimme Indie Rock - RARE Grey Vinyl 7 Inch On Homestead
Sebadoh - Gimme Indie Rock - RARE Grey Vinyl 7 Inch On Homestead

Dancing French Liberals Of 48 - Spags - 7 inch featuring members of the punk band The Gits on Broken Rekids
Dancing French Liberals Of 48 - Spags - 7 inch featuring members of the punk band The Gits on Broken Rekids

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Wipers - The Herd - CD on Tim Kerr Records

Wipers - The Herd - CD on Tim Kerr Records

With his best album since Over the Edge, and his second-best LP out of his ten releases (behind Youth of America), Phoenix guitarist-magician Greg Sage restakes his claim as America's most committed, most uncompromising, most important rock artist: After laying low through his last two refreshing, moody LPs, Sage and drummer Steve Plouf flex the old musical muscle for the first time in seven years and come out swinging. Raining blows all over the place, particularly on the first five songs, The Herd reveals a man with aural fire burning in his fingers. A mixture of aggression, moxie, mastery, and doomsday warnings, the LP thunders right from its opening snare crack, on the astonishing, staggering "Psychic Vampire." For the entire 43 minutes thereafter, Sage piles on outrageous, piercing guitar runs on feral, short passage after passage, the strings bending brutally under the strain of Sage's wild left hand. Apart from the daring ride of the melodic songs themselves, his striking, sensational, six-string manipulations transform already strong material into mini-epics. The delicately fingered leads are laced with reverb and feedback, trumpeting in paranoid, turbulent, and often indescribably beautiful fashion, mature themes of a society run amuck. Furthermore, Sage continues his knack for dive-bomb, dramatic chord changes (his penchant for non-traditional chord patterns is remarkable). Add Sage's voyeuristic, troubled, Father Time voice, and The Herd is a battering experience, a harsh, power-driven, insane wonder-record that compares well with the book/film On the Beach for its combination of intelligent sci-fi alarm and the raw, mainlined savageness of the music that reflects it. The Herd is a compelling triumph, a supreme accomplishment from one of the true giants of our generation.
Tar Babies - Honey Bubble - punk CD on SST Records

Tar Babies - Honey Bubble - punk CD on SST Records

One of the lesser-known bands on the legendary SST roster, the Tar Babies emerged from Madison, WI, with a distinctive brand of punk-funk that often drew comparisons to their labelmates the Minutemen, as well as the Texas-based Big Boys. Colored with bits of psychedelia, jazz, and avant-noise skronk, their music quickly progressed beyond their roots in hardcore and evolved into a scratchy but danceable, groove-centered hybrid complete with horns and George Clinton-style jamming. The Tar Babies were formed out of the ashes of Madison hardcore punkers Mecht Mensch, who disbanded in 1982. Guitarist/vocalist Bucky Pope, bassist Robin Davies, and drummer Dan Bitney debuted with the 1982 EP Face the Music, issued on local indie Bone Air. By the time of their second release, 1985's Respect Your Nightmares, their funk influence had begun to come into focus, which helped catch the attention of SST. The Tar Babies' first album for SST was 1987's Fried Milk, on which their punk-funk fusion truly crystallized. For the follow-up, 1988's No Contest, they played up that funk connection by adding horns -- most courtesy of woodwind player and multi-instrumentalist Tony Jarvis -- and even flirting with Washington, D.C.-style go-go. Their third SST album, 1989's Honey Bubble, also proved to be their last. After a brief hiatus, during which some of the band's personnel shifted, Pope reconvened the Tar Babies, now with second guitarist Bobby Vienneau and new horn player Andrew Lawton; this lineup cut one record, Death Trip, for the small Sonic Noise label in 1991. Following its release, the group disbanded permanently. Dan Bitney moved to Chicago and joined the seminal post-rock combo Tortoise as a percussionist and effects manipulator, also playing with Isotope 217 and several other local projects. Pope and Davies later reunited as the Bar Tabbies for local gigs, and Davies' son Jesse Collins-Davies was also a member of the preteen hardcore band Old Skull.
The Damned - The Peel Sessions - Cassette tape on Strange Fruit Records

The Damned - The Peel Sessions - Cassette tape on Strange Fruit Records

A very strong set, recorded live in the studio in late 1976, the Damned are at their peak, and some versions here are as good as, if not better than the originals. "Neat, Neat, Neat," "New Rose," "I Fall," and most of the other songs that make up their debut are here. The band proves its versatility, going from the raging punk of "So Messed Up," which is as menacing as anything the Sex Pistols ever recorded, to the very Doors-ish "Feel the Pain." A highly recommended album that proves the Damned were a step above the majority of their punk brethren.
Minutemen - Joy - 3 Inch CD single on SST Records

Minutemen - Joy - 3 Inch CD single on SST Records

The Minutemen were an American punk rock band formed in San Pedro, California in 1980. Comprising guitarist D. Boon, bassist Mike Watt and drummer George Hurley, the Minutemen recorded four albums and eight EPs before Boon's unexpected death in December 1985. They were noted in the Californian punk rock community for a philosophy of "jamming econo": a sense of thriftiness reflected in their touring and presentation.
The Dickies - Killer Klowns From Outer Space - Cassette tape on Enigma Records

The Dickies - Killer Klowns From Outer Space - Cassette tape on Enigma Records

After paying tribute to a number of trashy B-movies and writing a number of original songs that sounded as though they were based on similar junk culture, the Dickies got to indulge their obsession in reality by contributing the theme song to the low-grade comedy/horror film Killer Klowns From Outer Space. The remainder of the EP is not quite as inspired, but fans will want the album for that track, as well as a cover of Jet Screamer's "Eep Opp Ork (Uh, Uh)," a rockabilly tune featured in an episode of The Jetsons
Sebadoh - The Freed Man - Cassette tape on Homestead records 1988

Sebadoh - The Freed Man - Cassette tape on Homestead records 1988

The Freed Man was the debut album by Sebadoh. The title refers to the Friedman Complex apartments at Smith College where Lou Barlow was living with his then-girlfriend Kathleen Billus. As Barlow says in the liner notes, "... we named our first co-headlining tape after the Friedman dormitory where we both were living against regulations, with our girlfriends on the Smith (all women's) College campus .."
Meat Puppets - Mirage - Cassette tape on SST Records

Meat Puppets - Mirage - Cassette tape on SST Records

As many Meat Puppets fans had realized by 1987's Mirage, the trio would change gears and broaden their sound with each successive album. This was never more apparent than on their fourth full-length release. Synthesizers were used to add textures to the tunes, while the drums sounded metronome-perfect, almost as if a drum machine was supplying the patterns. Strangely, although Mirage was the trio's most experimental album, it also turned out to be one of their most psychedelia-based works. The groovy little ditty "Get on Down" turned out to be one of the band's first videos aired on MTV, while the title track, the melodic "Leaves," the country rocker "Confusion Fog," the unrelenting "Beauty," and the album-closing punk freak-out "Liquified" are all standouts. Several previously unreleased demos were included on the 1999 Rykodisc reissue, as well as a solo Curt Kirkwood original, "Grand Intro."
Dag Nasty - 1985-86 - Cassette tape on Selfless Records

Dag Nasty - 1985-86 - Cassette tape on Selfless Records

Dag Nasty kept roaring D.C.-styled hardcore alive during the mid-'80s. Although the group was more accessible and melodic than Minor Threat, they never lost their bracing, blistering edge. Formed by former-Minor Threat and Meatmen guitarist Brian Baker and ex-DYS vocalist Dave Smalley, Dag Nasty recorded their first album, Can I Say (1986), with D.C.-punk guru Ian MacKaye assisting on the production. The following year, Smalley left the group; he was replaced by Peter Cortner, who added more pop elements to the band's sound. Dag Nasty moved from MacKaye's Dischord label to Giant in 1988, releasing their last album, Field Day. Along with former-Big Boy Chris Gates, Baker formed the metal band Junkyard in 1989, which released two records on Geffen before fading away. Dag Nasty came back together in 1992, releasing Four on the Floor for the growing underground punk scene that was only a few short years from breaking into the mainstream. The response was enthusiastic, but the band stepped away from the business again. Ten years later, they reunited with the emo rock call-to-arms Minority of One and released it on Revelation Records.
Corduroy - Jan Michael Vincent - Featuring members of 50 Million, Redemption 87 and Hi-Fives on Broken Rekids Records

Corduroy - Jan Michael Vincent - Featuring members of 50 Million, Redemption 87 and Hi-Fives on Broken Rekids Records

Corduroy was an indie-rock trio from the San Francisco Bay area, in existence from 1991 to 1995. Each member had connections to other bands: singer/guitarist Wade Driver to 50 Million, bassist Mike Weisburg to the Foster Brooks, and drummer Gary Gutfeld to the Hi-Fives and Redemption '87. Although the group recorded often, much of their material went unreleased during the band's existence, their only full-length LP being 1994's Lisp
Violent Society - Not Enjoyin It - CD on Motherbox Records

Violent Society - Not Enjoyin It - CD on Motherbox Records

Violent Society is a punk rock band that formed in 1990. The band was based out of Philadelphia, PA. Known for playing a style of punk that appealed to a variety of audiences, including fans of pop punk, hardcore punk, and late-70s style UK punk. The band stopped playing together in 2003.
Compilation - Eight Songs For Greg Sage And The Wipers - 4 7 inch box set featuring Nirvana, Poison Idea, Hole, Dharma Bums, Napalm Beach

Compilation - Eight Songs For Greg Sage And The Wipers - 4 7 inch box set featuring Nirvana, Poison Idea, Hole, Dharma Bums, Napalm Beach

ETREMELY RARE AND LIMITED EDITION box set put out by the now defunct Tim Kerr Records. Box shows light scuffing from many years of storage. Each band covers their favorite Wipers songs. These tracks are only available on this release. Black Vinyl



Compilation - From Russian With Love: A Russian Tribute To Pigface - CD on Invisible Records

Compilation - Notes From Thee Real Underground Volume 2 - CD on Invisible Records
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