Life Is Boring So Why Not Steal This Record LP (red vinyl) Germs, Red Kross, etc

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£17.00

Label
Radiation Records

Detail
22 track Red Vinyl LP

First-ever vinyl reissue for this seminal compilation of early California Hardcore Punk, originally issued on the New Underground label in l983. Featuring such names as the Germs, Minutemen, Sin 34, Shattered Faith along with more obscure, experimental ones as Doo-Dooettes, Modern Torture, and Tone Deaf. Artwork by Raymond Pettibon. With fully remastered audio, includes double sided insert with liner notes by Susan Swear.

Tracklisting
A1 Germs – Strange Notes
A2 Germs – Caught In My Eye
A3 Minutemen – Base King
A4 Redd Kross – Out Of Focus
A5 Modern Warfare – Moral Majority
A6 Shattered Faith – The Omen
A7 Anti – Without Love We Will Die
A8 Mood Of Defiance – American Love Song
A9 Hari-Kari – Prey For Peace
A10 Sin 34 – Forced Education
B1 Artistic Decline – Friday Punk
B2 Modern Torture – Fascist Media
B3 Invisible Chains – Paisley Douche / Cactus Juice
B4 Slivers – Restraint For Style
B5 Vox Pop – Tumble Bug
B6 Marshall Mellow – Marshmellow Children
B7 Carl Stone - Jang
B8 Doo-Dooettes – Red Wrec. Said (Version)
B9 Zurich 1916 – No Canvas
B10 Tone Deaf – Story Of A T.V. Murder
B11 Debt Of Nature – And It Got Hit By A Truck
B12 Debt Of Nature – Your Life Means Nothing

Listen to the original album on Youtube