Sunday, April 23, 2017

Bob Log III - Log Bomb

Ok, maybe this isn't the typical hardcore stuff you usually find around here. Hell it's not even the typical punk stuff. But I defy anyone to listen to this and not have a good time. For those that don't know, Bob Log III is a one man band from Tucson, AZ. It's not easy classifying the music. Wikipedia says it's "a blues punk guitar dance party". I'd say that's close. Give it a shot. I promise you won't be disappointed. But if you are, I'll give you your money back.

Put Yer Boob In My Scotch

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Intense Mutilation - Safe Sex

So, it was some time in '89 or '90 that I stumbled upon this slab in the local record shop. As the cover screamed 'offensive' I obviously had to buy it. And then somewhere along the way it was forgotten about. Until the digital age, that is. I managed to stumble upon (I certainly seem to do a bunch of stumbling) a few songs to download. So I figured the best thing to do was ask you fine folks for a complete copy. And of course you didn't disappoint. But even more, I learned these guys have put out a number of things, all the way to 2004 in fact. I'm thinking the joke might've gone on a bit too long. Irregardless, here's their full length debut.

Putz Poundin' Nevah Hoit Us

Friday, April 21, 2017

El Duce - Karaoke King I & II

I've got no information for today's post. I downloaded these somewhere along the way and haven't bothered to research. But here's what I've gathered. Apparently some irresponsible people got hold of a karaoke machine and thought it a swell idea to pump El Duce full of alcohol and record what happened when the two collided. Not once, but TWICE!! Great immature fun as El absolutely destroys the hits.


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

ANTiSEEN Covers Blowfly Covering ANTiSEEN Split 7"


Sadly, we lost the legendary Blowfly last year. But before he left us he put together a very entertaining PUNK ROCK PARTY. Included was a cover of an ANTiSEEN classic. So, after the two titans toured together in '08 they released a split 7". And, as the title states, ANTiSEEN covers Blowfly's cover. Plus Blowfly includes one of his funky, offensive tracks,

Grey Trash

Monday, April 17, 2017

Mr. Epp - Ridiculing The Apocalypse

We've got a noisy one to start the week. To be fair, this was intended to be posted last week, after the Stick Men. But instead, I have it here to start your week off on the wrong foot. So we all know what happened in Seattle in the late 80's/early 90's, right? Well, before all that could happen the guys had to start somewhere. For Mudhoney it was Mr. Epp & The Calculations in the very early 80's. This 1996 release highlights what I would assume all of their "studio" work plus lots of live nonsense. Clearly the boys had a long way to go, but their sense of humor was firmly intact.

Either You Love It Or You Don't, Know What I Mean?

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Jesus Skins + Jewdriver - Split


Well now here's something you don't see every day. A couple things, really. A split including Germany's Jesus Skins and America's Jewdriver. The Jesus Skins are... wait for it... an ultra christian skinhead oi band. The title of their half of the release apparently translates into a reference to a religious parable. I read somewhere the tracks themselves are reworkings of classic German HC tunes, with revised, christian lyrics. Bet you didn't expect that here, did you? Now the second half, that's where my money's at. Jewdriver is bunch of Oakland scenesters that got together to form a Skrewdriver tribute band. The catch, all the lyrics are very pro-judaism and Jewish lifestyle. Pastrami On Rye, Our Blame Is Goyim Glee, you get the picture.

 Neuer Wein In Alten Schläuchen / Hail The Jew Dawn

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Punks Not Dad - We Are The Dads

In 2008 four old blokes from Wales decided to get off their arse and play some 70's style punk. Of course, they write about things that punks of a certain age can relate to: selling out (of their favorite products at the shop), being banned from the pub (for being too old), and of course Gaye Advert. Plenty of classic punk riffs throughout as well. It's certainly a fun way to spend a Saturday afternoon.

The Filth And The Puree