Seminal LA punk (ca. 1977). Thanks to Dionysus records, this awesome gem is back from the grave. True to its proto-punk character, a heavy rock’n’roll character. Think Sex Pistols, the Stooges, The Damned, New York Dolls. Sinister heavy-primal distorto-guitar/bass lines, assaulting rhythm attacks, electrifying solos and an Iggy Pop-ish/John Lydon-sque/David Vanian-ian vocal delivery. What more can you ask for? Play this fucker! Cool shit!
Play: 7, 10, 9, 2, 5
1. Piano intro… false start. This is total Iggy Pop and the Stooges.
2. Ha!?! A Beatles cover. Nice punk rock’n’roll.
3. Total Sex Pistols. In your face, assaulting punker.
4. Chaotic distorto chaos at the end.
5. Gotta love the 70s rock guitar leads; sounds like 80s heavy metal. Cool vocal distortions. 6. Formulaic punker. A taste of the Ramones. 7. Awesome punker! Ranting about the popular boy. British-sounding vox. The Damned?
8. Steady sinister Stooges-que number.
9. Listen to these vocals… sounds like David Vanian (Damned). Twang-y guitars.
10. The Stooges-que rhythmic formula with an intelligent swirl of post-punk dissonance. LIVE TRACKS:
11. Classic Stooges’ cover.
12. See track 9
13. See track 2
15. This sounds like Pistols’ God Save the Queen.