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What do you get when Jello Biafra & 3 of the Zen Guerillas attack 2 songs for a Reverend Horton Heat compilation? You get this aural ass-kicking of a 7-inch!
The A-side is their scathing take on the classic rockabilly tune, Jezebel, while the B-side is their version of the Rev's awesome tune Speed Demon!
The cover art is hand-picked by Jello- and if you think the topless blonde with the dog is striking, wait 'til you see the other side.1. Jezebel
2. Speed Demon$4.997 Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Never Breathe What You Can't SeeAt last the long-rumored tag-team assault on God, Justice and the American Way of Life is set to grind your minds and pummel your craniums. The project hatched when the Melvins approached Jello, expressing their outrage at the phony Dead Kennedys cash-in reunion tour and proposed their own tour backing Jello playing all Dead Kennedys songs. Jello replied that he would rather write new songs and a band was born. The music is heavy and catchy, the sharp tongue and deadly riffs are everywhere, so if you think these guys have finally mellowed with age or matured as artists, think again.1. Plethysmograph
2. McGruff the Crime Dog
3. Yuppie Cadillac
4. Islamic Bomb
5. Lighter Side of Global Terrorism
6. Caped Crusader
7. Enchanted Thoughtfist
8. Dawn of the Locusts$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
If Evolution Is Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Evolve
1. Depends On The Drug
2. Talk On The Death Penalty - When Psychopaths Guard The Henhouse
3. The Murder Of Mumia Abu-Jamal
4. Clinton Comes To Long Beach
5. The Hex-Files: Space Shuttle Sequel
1. The New Soviet Union
1. Talk On Censorship - It Takes A Pillage To Raze A Child
1. Talk On Censorship - The Contract On America
1. Talk On Censorship - Bridge To The New Dark Ages
1. Talk On Censorship - Which Way To The Zoo?
2. Wake Up And Smell The Noise$22.99Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Become The MediaThe sixth installment in former DEAD KENNEDYS vocalist and recent Green Party presidential candidate JELLO BIAFRA's ongoing series of spoken word recordings. Taken from recent live performances in Boulder, Denver and Seattle, Biafra gives his takes and reflections on the WTO convention in Seattle, democracy, e-issues, the post-Colombine High backlash on kids who think differently, and other issues of the day.1. Intro: Gary Dugger
2. The Green Wedge
3. K.O. The W.T.O.
5. Hack The Planet
6. World Bunk & International Monetary Fraud
7. Frankenfood Landscape: Where Are We Going?
8. Philadelphia Stories
9. If You Like Tipper, You'll Love...
10. Become The Media$22.99Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
The Sky Is Falling And I Want My Mommy (Awaiting Repress)A match made in Canada! Eight songs inspired by the Terminal City Ricochet sessions, including an alternate version of Falling Space Junk. Also features Bad, Sharks in the Gene Pool and Chew.1. The Sky Is Falling And I Want My Mommy (Falling Space Junk)
2. Jesus Was A Terrorist
3. Bruce's Diary
5. Ride The Flume
7. Sharks In The Gene Pool
8. The Myth Is Real - Let's Eat$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
URPD-ALT-3719xJello Biafra with Mojo Nixon
Prairie Home Invasion (Awaiting Repress)Biafra doing country? Collaborating with Mojo Nixon? Classic high adventures in backwoods masking. Excellent collection of original and alarmingly faithful renditions of lost and twisted country classics.1. Buy My Snake Oil
2. Where Are We Gonna Work (When The Trees Are Gone?)
3. Convoy In The Sky
4. Atomic Power
5. Are You Drinkin' with Me Jesus?
6. Love Me, I'm A Liberal
7. Burgers Of Wrath
8. Nostalgia For An Age That Never Existed
9. Hamlet Chicken Plant Disaster
10. Mascot Mania
11. Let's Go Burn Ole Nashville Down
12. Will The Fetus Be Aborted
13. Plastic Jesus$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
FrankenchristThe Dead Kennedys: Klaus Flouride (vocals, bass); D.H. Peligro (vocals, drums); Jello Biafra (vocals); East Bay Ray (guitar, 12-string electric Bellzouki, synthesizer). Recorded at Hyde Street Studios, San Francisco, California. Includes liner notes by Jello Biafra. Digitally remastered by John Cuniberti and East Bay Ray (The Plant Mastering, Sausalito, California). FRANKENCHRIST is the Dead Kennedys album that garnered them the most public attention, albeit for reasons the band would ultimately regret. California prosecutors, clearly no fans of politically charged punk rock, declared an H.R. Giger poster the Kennedys included with the album's original pressing obscene. The result was a protracted two-year legal fight. The band ultimately won it, but the effort exhausted them and led to their ultimate breakup. Nevertheless, the music remains. It's still primo punk, and as relevant as ever, thanks to lead singer Jello Biafra's stinging lyrical swipes at the powers that be, and the gloriously metallic clang of East Bay Ray's guitar. Classic stuff.1. Soup Is Good Food
3. This Could Be Anywhere
4. A Growing Boy Needs His Lunch
5. Chicken Farm
7. Goons Of Hazzard
8. MTV - Get Off The Air
9. At My Job
10. Stars And Stripes Of Corruption$21.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
NationNation is the eighth studio album by the Brazilian metal band Sepultura, released in 2001 through Roadrunner Records. Nation features guest appearances from artists such as Hatebreed singer Jamey Jasta, Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra, Ill Nino singer Cristian Machado, Bile frontman Krztoff and Apocalyptica.Sepulnation
One Man Army
The Ways Of Faith
Who Must Die?
Tribe To A Nation
Valtio$43.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Mutiny On The BayTHIS IS THE FIRST EVER LIVE LP RECORD FROM THE DEAD KENNEDYS...MUTINY ON THE BAY ! DEAD KENNEDYS LIVE ! RECORDED LIVE IN THE BAY AREA AT THE SONE IN SAN FRANCISCO AND PALO ALTO CA....AS WELL AS THE ELITE CLUB IN SAN FRANCISCO AND UC DAVIS IN THE THE 1980'S.
A TRUE MASTERPIECE FROM JELLO BIAFRA AND THE DEAD KENNEDYS.
A MUST HAVE ADDITION TO ANY MUSIC COLLECTION.1. Introduction
2. Police Truck
3. Kill the Poor
4. Holiday in Cambodia
5. Moon Over Marin
6. California Über Alles
7. MTV-Get off the Air
8. Too Drunk to Fuck
9. Goons of Hazzard
10. This Could Be Anywhere
11. Forward to Death
12. I Am the Owl
14. Riot$19.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
A Talkin' To (Discontinued)Orange Colored Vinyl
New signing for Gravity, Prizehog are a 3-piece band from San Francisco that started in 2006. People talk about cavemen beating wooly mammoth's in slow motion, this band actually does it, without bragging. Prizehog have played shows and festivals with Jello Biafra & the Guantanamo School of Medicine, Phil Manley (Trans Am), Mammatus (Holy Mountain Records), Moira Scar, Polar Bears, Rabbits, San Witches, Genesis Climber and many more. Limited hand-silkscreened covers with orange vinyl.1. Luck, The Bailing Haymaker
2. Best in a vile
3. Mountaintop Removal$13.99Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Enhanced Methods of Questioning (Awaiting Repress)Hot on the heels of the full-length Audacity Of Hype, the Guantanamo School of Medicine- featuring Ralph Spight (Victims Family, Freak Accident, Hellworms), Jon Weiss (Sharkbait, Horsey), Billy Gould (Faith No More), & Kimo Ball (Freak Accident, Carneyball Johnson, Mol Triffid, Griddle)- roar back with these ferocious tracks!
The band's twin guitar attack retains some of the space-punk overtones and spy-music-on-meth chaos of Dead Kennedys while adding a healthy dose of Detroit style proto-punk, flavored with Weiss' industrial excursions into metal percussion.
This is Jello Biafra's 1st full-time band since Dead Kennedys broke up in 1986, and it shows in the depth and breadth of Jello's musical chops and lyrical triumphs on these five originals and his reworking of the Deviants classic Metamophosis Exploration.
Art by Jim Altieri and Michel Langevin (of VOIVOD)! Mixed & recorded by long-time Biafra co-conspirator Matt Kelley, whose other work includes Victim's Family, The Coup, Digital Underground, Hieroglyphics, Jello & The Melvins, and the 1st Jello & Guantanamo School of Medicine.1. Dot Com Monte Carlo
2. The Cells That Will Not Die
3. Victory Stinks
4. Invasion Of The Mind Snatchers
5. Miracle Penis Highway$10.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
These PeopleThe second coming of the Dicks began in San Francisco, 1983, when Gary Floyd relocated to a new city and reformed the groundbreaking band with a new lineup. Eschewing the traditional hardcore formula, Floyd along with drummer Lynn Perko, guitarist Tim Carroll and bassist Sebastian Fuchs evolved a more mature punk sound while still retaining their political edge.
This incarnation recorded the Peace? 7 and their second and last studio album These People (1985). They disbanded in 1986 and Floyd and Perko went on to form Sister Double Happiness. Alternative Tentacles is proud to present this essential document of 1980s punk, remastered with love by Jello Biafra.1. The Police (Force)
2. Off-Duty Sailor
3. Execuitive Dive
4. Sidewalk Begging
5. Lost and Divided
6. Dead In A Motel Room
7. Cities Are Burning
8. Doctor Daddy
9. Decent and Clean
10. Legacy of Man
11. Little Rock 'n' Roller
12. George Jackson$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Sieg Howdy!Fucking AWESOME. Jello and the Melvins #2. Buy It.
What, you need more reasons? Jello Biafra and the Melvins are musical pranksters united for a common cause - to detonate your brain with some of the most twisted rock anthems ever crafted!
Starting off album #2 with a heavier-than-life version of the Alice Cooper cult classic, Halo of Flies, an intricate tune that alternately slithers and crushes, the band then proceed to treat us to a completely different extended take of their tune The Lighter Side of Global Terrorism (Jello's Hawkwind influence showed through when he asked the Melvins to create a take on the song similar to their cover of Youth of America by The Wipers). With the first two harrowing tracks clocking in at over fifteen minutes -this is not what you'd expect from a Jello record - steering into a more Melvinoid direction, but remaining distinctly separate from anything easily definable - far from a mishmash or outtakes collection, even the Jelvins were surprised at how well Sieg Howdy! flowed as an album.
Through the course of the album the band (yes, they sound like a proper band, not a project!) erupts with colors of its respective players in turns. Biafra's spleen-venting rants Voted off the Island and Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything) are amongst his most acerbic (not to mention insightful!), and the Melvins' cathartic drum and guitar workouts pummel brilliantly through Lessons in What Not to Become and the septic all bass-chug of Kevin Rutmanis (making his final appearance on vinyl with the Melvins on this album) and Buzzo that anchors Wholly Buy Bull.
Of course, the cherry on top is Jello and the lads ripping through a new, updated version of Kalifornia Über Alles - as sung by the GropenfÜhrer himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger! With Jello's unmistakable wit and even more distinctive punk-rock croon fully intact, it's a breath of fresh air to hear a live Jello classic sound the way it was intended to for a change!
The album's remaining remixed tracks serve to deepen the impression that what has been created throughout the course of this collaboration is the work of a band - A band whose songs have enough depth to remain interesting in new and sonic environs. Dalek's chilling reworking of Dawn of the Locusts brings the song into a completely different light, and Al Jourgensen's (Ministry) take on Enchanted Thoughtfist is so cold and almost new-wave-y that it works brilliantly. The tone of the track reaches waaay back into the Ministry back catalog, surprising even Al himself! Then the fresh new tag-team Deaf Nephews (Dale Crover and Toshi, the album's engineer) reshape Caped Crusader into a disturbing cartoon version of itself to round out the record. The fact that these songs are open to this kind of interpretation, and that these interpretations work so well is a testament to the quality with which they were crafted in the first place.
Once again, the band is joined by Adam Jones from Tool on guitar for over half the tracks, and this time around, the stunning artwork is provided by none other than Camille Rose Garcia! 27 minutes of new and never before heard Jello Biafra and the Melvins and 17 minutes of remixed weirdness from the group's friends has created a record that surpasses its predecessor in sheer sonic audacity and is an extremely satisfying listen in its own right. Whether you missed the boat the first time around, or you couldn't get enough of Never Breathe What You Can't See, it's time to stand up, put your right hand over your heart, extend that middle finger, and say it loud - say it proud - SEIG HOWDY!1. Halo Of Flies
2. The Lighter Side Of Global Terrorism (Extended Space-Melt Version)
3. Lessons In What Not To Become
4. Those Dumb Punk Kids (Will Buy Anything)
5. Wholly Bun Bull
6. Voted Off The Island
7. Kali-Fornia Uber Alles 21st Century (live)
8. Dawn Of The Locusts (March Of The Locusts Deadverse Remix By Dalek)
9. Enchanted Thoughtfist (Enchanted Al Remix)
10. Caped Crusader (Subway Gas/Hello Kitty Mix)$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Give Me Convenience Or Give Me DeathRemastered And Available In A Deluxe Gatefold Sleeve
Track for track and album after album, the Dead Kennedys were the most relentlessly political and controversial stateside punk rock band to gain much public notoriety. Originally released in 1987, Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death collects 17 of the band's singles, compilation tracks, and rarities spanning the eight years they played together.
This is a wide and deep collection of favorites like California Über Alles and Holiday in Cambodia, but the real reason to pick up this disc is the more obscure and rare material. From 1979, Night of the Living Rednecks has hyperactive mouthpiece Jello Biafra relating a tale of being chased by irate rednecks while the rhythm sections jams. Their version of I Fought the Law rewrites it into a true-to-life murder ballad, while rippers like Life Sentence, Insight, Pull My Strings and Straight A's are off the map unless you were lucky enough to pick up the original singles or compilations that they're pulled from. And Kinky Sex Makes the World Go 'Round is Biafra at his sarcastic best, as he tells of one corporate head instructing another on the economic necessity of a new war. The DKs were a truly important and relevant band, and Give Me Convenience provides 17 livid reasons why. Boy, could we use them now. -- Carl Hanni1. Police Truck
2. Too Drunk To Fuck
3. California UberAlles
4. The Man With The Dogs
6. Life Sentence
7. A Child And His Lawnmower
8. Holiday In Cambodia
9. Night Of The Living Rednecks
10. I Fought The Law
11. Saturday Night Holocaust
12. Pull My Strings
13. Short Songs
14. Straight A's
15. Kinky Sex (Makes The World Go Around)
16. The Prey
17. Buzzbomb From Pasadena$34.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Scrape The WallsAfter three long years, here's the latest record from Oakland punk-fuzz-rock-?!? faves The Fleshies!
After releasing The Sicilian and years of their mind-warping worldwide tour marathon, the band withdrew into drummer Brian Hamiltron's Sugar Mountain Studios to work on a new opus. Breaking away from the punk rock tradition of banging out a record in a few days, they took their damned sweet time making the most ridiculous album possible.
Scrape The Walls is a spirited 17-song record that successfully molests punk rock in a similar manner to how Sparks unwholesomely molested glitter rock, the Melvins mauled rock, or the Butthole Surfers maimed music in general. (Speaking of Sparks, this album includes a delightful cover of Happy Hunting Ground with Jello Biafra on guest vocals!)
Scrape the Walls bounces everywhere from somewhat sunny-dispositioned pseudo anthems to sludgy, stoner rock-esque castings, all glazed with Fleshies' inimitable sense of fuck-you humor. But honestly, no 200-word summary can neatly tie up the disorderly strands of ideas and musical chaos that is Fleshies and we wouldn't want to do them such disservice so we will just say Scrape the Walls is exactly the kind of record AT should be releasing and leave it at that!1. Brown Viking
2. Potential Outlier
3. The Disadvantages of a High-Fiber Diet
4. Half Werewolf, Half Vampire...You Are In BIG Trouble!
5. Your Universe
6. Saturday Saints
7. Agonistic Tooth
8. Gay Holiday
9. When We Were Dragons
11. The Girl With the Chocolate Sparks vs. Dub
12. Happy Hunting Ground (Sparks)
14. Runner's Legs
15. (Second Reprise)
16. Battle Mountain
17. Feed the Birds$10.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Rock & Roll NightmareRock & Roll Nightmare is the second album by Southern California's LOS INFERNOS. Legend has it that Jello Biafra was so impressed upon seeing them live on various occasions in various towns that he offered them a deal. Eager to get the ball rolling, we released a single called The Outlaw/Beer Run (Virus 225) in April 1999.
LOS INFERNOS are 5 working-class dudes from Riverside in the glorious Inland Empire. Suburbia nestled between the Mojave desert and L.A. They grew up listening to X, Black Flag, Flesheaters as well as Link Wray, the Ventures and Dick Dale. So its no wonder that musically Los Infernos meld together twang, punk, rockabilly, surf, and a touch of hillbilly & blues. They have built up quite a reputation as a hot live band. So hot, in fact, that their van once caught on fire!
Rock & Roll Nightmare carries on where their debut album Planet Kaos left off. SoCal surf, Riverside rockabilly, and hillbilly hardcore that should appeal to sweaty pompadours, Gear-heads, as well as Fat Wreck-kids.1. We Gotta Get Out
2. Gimmie the Gun
4. It Brings Me Down
7. Nowhere Fast
8. Dead and Gone
11. Rise and Fall
12. When I Was Young$7.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
URPD-ALT-1515xThe Mentally Ill
Gacy's Place: The Undiscovered Corpses (Awaiting Repress)Of all the hotly sought-after original Killed-By-Death punk singles, few to none are as notorious - or mysterious - as the Gacy's Place EP by The Mentally Ill. The sleeve, the topics, the so-horrible-it's-amazing production values, that voice. Many in the know crown it the sickest punk record ever made. But there is more - much more. The Gacy's Place sessions yielded eight songs - only three were ever released.
A dig in the ol' crawlspace turned up even cruder earlier demos with alternate versions of the EP songs, plus over half-a-dozen others, heard only by a handful of people. A true labor of man-boy love, it took Jello Biafra years to pry this loose from the band. They kept insisting each album be housed in a 3-foot wide scale model of Gacy's house itself!
Now their affliction has subsided enough so that everyone finally has a chance to save their $200 evil-Bay bucks and grab a whole album's worth of mental illness before their condition comes back. Gacy's Place: The Undiscovered Corpses compiles all three recording sessions by The Mentally Ill: The Starbeat Sessions, The Basement Sessions and The Crawlspace Sessions for a total of 20 tracks, nearly all previously unreleased!1. Gacy's Place
2. Tumor Boy
3. Doggie Sex
4. Not Quite Dead Yet
5. Padded Cell
6. Split Crotch Straight Jacket
7. All Mixed Up
8. Stalag 13
9. Ballad of The Mentally Ill
10. Dry Heave
11. Tumor Boy
12. Bathroom Gaze
13. Cum Twat
14. Smelly Boys
15. Gacy's Place
16. I Don't Need (You're Shit)
17. Aryan Rock
18. All Mixed Up
19. Stalag 13
20. Split Crotch Straight Jacket$10.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Death Was Too Kind (Awaiting Repress)Subhumans and DOA were the two pillars of the Vancouver, BC, Canada punk scene who caught Jello Biafra's attention and were spotlighted in the landmark Alternative Tentacles compilation Let Them Eat Jellybeans. The Subhumans, first active between 1978 and 1982, were the more elusive of the two, with many out-of-print releases fetching bank on eBay and making it difficult for present-day fans to connect the dots.
Now, the Subhumans join the Alternative Tentacles Re-issues of Necessity pantheon with Death Was Too Kind, a collection of material from the early years, lovingly remastered from original source material: the very first single Death to the Sickoids (only 500 were pressed); the Firing Squad single; the self-titled EP produced by Bob Rock, who went on to work with Metallica, The Cult, Offspring, etc.; Look at the Dawn and Pissed Off... With Good Reason, two virtually lost songs (only available on the 1996 collection CD released by Essential Noise in Canada), especially remastered for this reissue from the original tapes by Jesse Gander at Hive Studios.
Death Was Too Kind features the band's best-known lineup with Wimpy Roy, Gerry Useless, Mike Graham, Dimwit, and Jim Imagawa. Both the LP & the CD come with liner notes!1. Death To The Sickoids
2. Oh Canaduh
3. Death Was Too Kind
4. Fuck You
5. Inquisition Day
6. Slave To My Dick
7. Firing Squad
8. No Productivity
9. Look At The Dawn
10. Pissed Off ... With Good Reason$13.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
URPD-ALT-4231xPins Of Light
IISan Franciscos Pins of Light reside in that murky musical shadow-territory of the nearly unclassifiable. They craft a brutal and intricate mÉlange of metal, punk and prog that isnt quite any of those things. Pins of Lights most progressive moments are more Motörhead than Mothers of Invention; their metal is more Pink Floyd than it is Judas Priest; the elements of punk are a driving fistfight thats entirely the bands own. Singer and bassist Shane Baker, guitarists Jake Palladino and Ravi Durbeej, and drummer Phil Becker come previously (and currently) from such SF institutions as Dead and Gone, Night After Night, Hightower and Triclops (among a slew of others). The groups debut album II was recorded by Kurt Schlegel (Jello Biafra, Melvins, I Am Spoonbender) and Phil Manley (TransAm, The Fucking Champs) at Lucky Cat Recording and mixed by Becker in the bands hometown.1. 4112
2. Losing Sleep
3. My Revenge
4. No Way Home
5. Western Sky
7. Sound & Pressure
8. We Fly Alone$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
RequiemTaking Hardcore, Grind, Crust, and Metal and playing them all like they're the same thing Seattle's Skarp have crafted a a sonic suicide note that demands to be heard. Adeptly interlaced with samples that set the stage for the ensuing mayhem, Requiem is loosely conceptual, with all fourteen tracks (and an intro) touching on the topic of suicide.
Throughout the record, the band keeps the proceedings fresh and intense, as bulldozing heavy moments crush the listener under the sheer massive weight of the riffs, while haunting, multi-textural riffs complement the raw power with just enough color in the dark musical landscape. Post-nordic Black Metal-isms segue into raw speed-crust seamlessly, creating a musical balance of terror that is as intense as it is effective.
Formed in 2000 as a band heavily influenced by Choking Victim, Skarp quickly steered their ships into heavier, more turbulent waters, trading the ska elements for blast beats. Their EPs established the band's presence in the underground and heavy touring throughout the western US, as well as all over Canada followed. In 2004 the band gigged exhaustively throughout Europe for the first time as well. Skarp at last came to the attention of AT's overlord, the irrepressible Jello Biafra after they opened his shows with the Melvins on New Year's 2004/2005 in Seattle. After thoroughly devastating the audience, Biafra knew that AT would be the only logical home for such a passionate and independent act.
The band was signed and began to craft Requiem under the watchful eye of veteran producer Billy Anderson forging a fearsome aural assault. Skarp's savage brand of grinding mayhem, known as Blackout Grind amongst the band's true believers, will strike a chord with all fans of crust, grind, hardcore and the more virulent strains of metal.1. Intro
3. Turn Away
6. Cold Blue Serenity
7. The Plague
8. Feed the Addiction
11. One in Five
13. Not a Human
14. Fuck Your Bad Day
15. Absence$10.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Kill From The Heart (Awaiting Repress)In the dark ages before SXSW, there was a bar called Raul's that was the center of the Austin, TX punk scene. Actually, it basically was the whole scene and the Dicks were born from it. The Dicks made a big splash with their first single, Hate the Police, and then recorded Kill From the Heart just before vocalist Gary Floyd moved to San Francisco.
In those magical couple years of the Dicks' infancy in Texas, they made a dynamic impact on many people with a stellar live show that mixed punk and politics. Alongside Floyd, the original lineup was guitarist Glen Taylor, bassist Buxf Parrot and drummer Pat Deason. Unfortunately, they imploded in 1983.
Alternative Tentacles is proud to present a very necessary reissue of the band's beloved first LP. If you aren't familiar with 1983's Kill From the Heart, then you need to be aware of this bona-fide classic of Reagan-era punk, a record that most likely inspired many of the artists that inspired you. This very important document has been remastered with love by Jello Biafra.1. Anti-Klan (Part 1)
2. Rich Daddy
3. No Nazi's Friend
4. Marilyn Buck
5. Kill From The Heart
6. Little Boy's Feet
7. Pigs Run Wild
8. Bourgeois Fascist Pig
9. Purple Haze
10. Anti-Klan (Part 2)
11. Right Wingy/White Wing
12. Dicks Can't Swim:
I. Cock Jam
II. Razor Blade Dance$14.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
ADAD-RIS-2396xTeenage Time Killers
Greatest Hits Vol. 1Gray and Black Colored Vinyl
The long-gestating brainchild of Corrosion Of Conformity founder/drummer/vocalist Reed Mullin, guitarist Mick Murphy (My Ruin, The Birds of Satan, Neanderthal) and producer John "Lou" Lousteau, Teenage Time Killers' Greatest Hits Vol. 1 is 20 concise seismic shocks created by an all-star line up of punk and metal legends spanning decades. Joining Reed on drums and Mick on guitar on the album's 20 mostly original tracks and few covers of underground classics (including the Rudimentary Peni deep cut that inspired the project's title) includes: Jello Biafra, Randy Blythe of Lamb of God, Dave Grohl and Pat Smear of Foo Fighters, Nick Oliveri, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour, Tommy Victor of Prong and Danzig, Lee Ving of Fear, Mike "IX" Williams of Eyehategod, Mullin's Corrosion of Conformity band mates Mike Dean and Woody Weatherman, Karl Agell and many, many more. All instrumental tracks on Teenage Time Killers' Greatest Hits Vol. 1 were recorded at Grohl's 606 Studios in Northridge, CA. The album was produced by John Lou Lousteau, Reed Mullin and Mick Murphy, engineered and mixed by John Lou Lousteau at 606.LP 1
1.Exploder (feat. Reed Mullin)
2.Crowned by the Light of the Sun (feat. Neil Fallon)
3.Hung Out to Dry (feat. Randy Blythe)
4.Power Outage (feat. Clifford Dinsmore)
5.Ode to Sean Hannity (feat. Jello Biafra)
6.Barrio (feat. Matt Skiba)
7. The Dead Hand (feat. Reed Mullin)
8.Egobomb (feat. Corey Taylor)
9.Plank Walk (feat. Pete Stahl)
10.Time to Die (feat. Mike IX Williams)
11.Days of Degradation (feat. Tommy Victor)
12.Clawhoof (feat. Tairrie B. Murphy)
1.Big Money (feat. Lee Ving)
2.Devil In This House (feat. Karl Agell)
3.Say Goodnight to the Acolyte (feat. Phil Rind)
4.Ignorant People (feat. Tony Foresta)
5.Son of an Immigrant (feat. Jonny Webber)
6.Your Empty Soul (feat. Aaron Beam)
7.Bleeding to Death (feat. Vic Bondi)
8. Teenage Time Killer (feat. Tren
9.Ode to Sean Hannity (feat. Reed Mullin)
10.Ignorant People (feat. Reed Mullin)
11.Time to Die (feat. Reed Mullin)
12.My Revenge (feat. Reed Mullin)$22.99Colored Vinyl LP + CD - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Iceberg/Freedom Of SpeechImport
The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech... Just Watch What You Say! is the third studio album by infamous rapper Ice-T, released in 1989. The album has an uncharacteristically gritty sound, featuring some of the darkest musical tracks that Ice-T ever released.
The album was released after Ice-T was encountering censorship problems on tour. The album's cover, featuring a B-boy with a shotgun shoved in his mouth, and two pistols pressed against each side of his head, reflected Ice-T's experiences with the concept of freedom of speech.
This album is arguably the closest hip-hop has come to George Orwell's 1984. Instead of focusing heavily on gangsta rap, Ice-T made First Amendment issues the album's dominant theme. Setting the album's tone is the opener, Shut Up, Be Happy, featuring Dead Kennedy's Jello Biafra. There are a few examples of first-rate gangsta rap here - including The Hunted Child and the chilling Peel Their Caps Back as well as some humoristic raps on My Word Is Bond and The Girl Tried to Kill Me.1. Shut Up, Be Happy (Spoken Words By Jello Biafra)
2. The Iceberg
3. Lethal Weapon
4. You Played Yourself ("The Boss")
5. Peel Their Caps Back
6. The Girl Tried To Kill Me
7. Black 'n' Decker
8. Hit The Deck
9. This One's For Me
10. The Hunted Child
11. What Ya Wanna Do? ("Do You Wanna Go Party?")
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2. Talk On Censorship: Let Us Prey
3. Die For Oil Sucker (Higher Octane Version)
4. I Was A Teenage Pacifist
1. If Voting Changed Anything..
2. Running For Mayor
1. Grow More Pot
2. Lost Orgasm
3. Talk On Censorship: Better Living Through New World Orders
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