The Absentees - 4 Previous Unreleased Punk Rock Faves From 1981 album flac
Title: 4 Previous Unreleased Punk Rock Faves From 1981
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Previously unreleased 1981 studio recordings. 500 pressed, hand-numbered on back cover. A UG Records, Brain Transplant Co-release". Matrix, Runout (Side A, hand-etched): 101 A L-50871.
ロフィール: USA punk band from California. Formed in 1978 as The Absentee Concept, they would later shorten their name to The Absentees. In 1981 the band released a 7" Tryin' To Mess With Me, . which would become, in the 1990's, the most sought after Californian punk single. The band originally split in 1983 but reformed in the late 1990's. ンバー: Dave Gaviota, Randy Scott (3), Rocco Roll, Stephen Goldsmith. リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 The Absentees.
Punk rock started in 1976 on New York’s Bowery, when four cretins from Queens came up with a mutant strain of blitzkrieg bubblegum. The revolution they inspired split the history of rock & roll in half. But even if punk rock began as a kind of negation - a call to stark, brutal simplicity - its musical variety and transforming emotional power was immediate and remains staggering. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Ramones’ toweringly influential self-titled debut, we’ve compiled a list of the 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All Time. You can hear echoes of the Descendents and Misfits, among other punk staples, within the polished tunes on their breakthrough album. 36. Crass, ‘Penis Envy’ (1981).
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- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-50871
- Bass – Dave Gaviota
- Drums – Randy Scott
- Mixed By [Remixed], Remastered By [Remaster], Engineer – David J. Longevay
- Producer – Ralph Thomas , Rocco Roll
- Vocals, Guitar [Gutair] – Rocco Roll
NotesPreviously unreleased 1981 studio recordings.
500 pressed, hand-numbered on back cover.
Small lyric / credit insert included.
"A UG Records / Brain Transplant Co-release".
© R. Roll 1981.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): 101 A L-50871
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): 101 B L-50871 X