Drunk Injuns Crimes Against Humanity 10″

DRUNK INJUNS—the greatest enigma of our times. Can you afford to miss the classic, rockin’ SF garage band who, apart from a hard-to-find cassette and a few comp tracks, are treating us to decent (not great) live recording which includes their greatest energy and material? There’s only 1000. Get it!

Drunk Injuns Frontside Grind LP

Dark songs of love and bleakness set to mid-tempo punk. The almost forced “sung” vocals may attract some and alienate others. This band stems from the original LOS OLVIDADOS, who eschewed hardcore in favor of slower, more powerful tunes.

Gang Green Drunk and Disorderly 10″

Another in a series of ‘live’ 10’ers, this is one of the better ones sound-wise. Though the tracks chosen are mainly not their fastest material, they are powerful as hell—a modern STOOGES sound. Good one.

Septic Death Time is the Boss: Aaarrggh It’s Live! 10″

This live recording dates back two years (SEPTIC DEATH haven’t played live in well over a year, but will regroup this summer, according to Pushead) and features a whole slew of songs, including some not on their studio LP. The sound quality is definitely lacking on the bass end, but gives a good representation of their breakneck stop-and-go thrash interspersed with metalish breaks. The first of a whole series of 10″ live discs on this label.

Tupelo Chain Sex Record Breaker 10″

TUPELO CHAIN SEX are sort of a novelty rock’n’roll/horn ensemble that use a lot of cover material and are pretty goofy for the most part. And if that isn’t enough, this is a rare, collectible 10″ blue vinyl, limited edition that’s one of the worst recordings, quality-wise, ever. For fans and collectors only.