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FULL LENGTH RELEASES
"Come On!" CD (cat.# UR-10042)
Hot debut album from San Antonio's mad lads. This 14-song scorcher was produced by Mike Mariconda (New Bomb Turks, Devil Dogs, Mummies) and features some of the most primitive R&B rocknroll this town has heard in quite some time. Lead singer, Dave Demel, plays harmonica like a man possessed and even squares off with master Walter Daniels (Big Foot Chester) on one track. SONGS: Come On, New Job, Turn Me On, Bye Bye Baby, It's Alright, Go-Go Gorgeous, Don't Use Me, I'm a Dog, Bad Luck Cat, Goddam Fool, I'm the One, Too Far Down, I Like It and Mean Old Woman.
SONS OF HERCULES
"Hits for the Misses" CD/LP (cat.# UR-10040)
Great second album from these San Antonio street rock vets. This 14-song smart bomb was produced by Mike Mariconda and includes a solid cover of The Skunks' Gimme Some. This record has a Detroit Rock Army Wall of Sound that will set your speakers on fire! One of Texas' best kept secrets. SONGS: Spittin' Fire, Borrowed Time, Long Way Down, Gimme Some, Thrill of the Chase, Tight Fit, Ground Zero, Heads Up, Nothin' to Prove, Once I Was, What About Me, In Vein, Used to Be Cool and Angry Little Girl.
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"Crossing the Line" LP (cat.# UR-10034)
Debut from this Austin punk/pop powerhouse. Leader, Carl Normal, hails from Stretford, England and his fake English accent helps propel this bombshell and pay tribute to bands like the Buzzcocks and the Undertones. Stretford take the spirit of late-70's English punk and mix in the cruisin' horns of early Saints and shape it into their own sound. The vinyl has a bonus track not on the CD. SONGS: Digital Clock, Wonder Girl, Silhouette, I Used to Know, Zerox Love, Silver Lining, Who Do You Want Me to Be?, Mrs. Jones, Someday, Menthol Blue, I Know There is Nothing I Can Do, No Tomorrow, Answering Machine. (Sorry - the CD is SOLD OUT)
Beginning of the End Again CD (cat.# UR-10033)
Rare 45 and album tracks from Unclean between 1993-1995. Songs Include:
FUCKEMOS - "Shoofly"
CROWN ROAST - "Warthole"
N.O.T.A. - "No Chance"
DO IT NOW FOUNDATION - "I'm So Wasted"
FLYING SAUCERS - "Amphetamine"
ORANGE MOTHERS - "Fairgoers"
CHERUBS - "Dreaming"
STRETFORD - "Who Do You Want Me to Be?"
THE HAMICKS - "Identity Crisis"
INHALANTS - "Misanthrope"
THE DROPOUTS - "Bye Bye Baby"
SONS OF HERCULES - "IOU Nothing"
THE HORMONES - "Sell Out Young"
BLIND WILLIE'S JOHNSON - "Bodcaw"
THOMAS ANDERSON - "Uranium Road"
"Days of Fear" CD/CS (cat.# UR-10030)
The fourth album recorded in 1991 by this band of nicotine depressives from Boston. While DUMPTRUCK retains its noisy edge, this record shows Seth Tiven's songwriting talents maturing and the band further exploring its acoustic side. Julianna Hatfield sings on one song and members of Blood Oranges and Miracle Legion help out as well. SONGS: Parasite, Coming Down, Better of You, Bad Day, Pig Heart, Days of Fear, Turn Away, Already Dead, Waterwheel, Giving Up and False Alarm.
SONS OF HERCULES
"Sons of Hercules" CD/LP (cat.# UR-10025)
Searing debut album that bristles with raw rock 'n' roll energy. 11 songs with that just out of the garage guitar rock that makes no bones about paying tribute to the Sons' influences, which range from the Stones to the Sonics. "I was stompin' so hard there wasn't nothin' left alive in my room." -Noises from the Garage
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"A Nose has Many Jobs" CD/LP/CS (cat.# UR-10024)
Great first album by this Austin trio who carry on the legacy of angst created by such heavies as Butthole Surfers and Scratch Acid. 11 songs of soaring, heroic noise that's an exercise in alternate guitar tunings and multiple-time signature changes. Features the blockbuster single,"Warthole," which became a favorite of UK DJ John Peel. Craig Clouse (ex-Hammerhead) on bass. SONGS: Swarm of Shit, Lipgloss, Stampede, Dog the Man, Jerk the Nail, Grubworm, Pin in the Pigbed, Warthole, Practicing to Be a Doctor, Gelatin, Mouthful of Rubber.
DO IT NOW FOUNDATION
"Dig Deep" CD/CS (cat.# UR-10023)
These Vermont transplants to Austin throw down some post-Sonic Youth noise while maintaining the warm vibe of well-worn Jefferson Airplane vinyl. DINF won a battle of the bands contest and recorded Dig Deep with the free studio time. Gritty rock about gritty lives. SONGS: Grass Hut, Bradley, Legally Insane, Make It Go Away, Something I Ain't Got, I'm So Wasted, Another Life and Color Blue.
"2002" CD (cat.# UR-10022)
Causing a pleasant psychedelic headrush, ORANGE MOTHERS envelope the listener in the warm, fuzzy textures of Ethan Azarian's melodic, droning vocals and the band's garishly psychedelic accompaniment. Includes the chartbusting phenomenon, "Fairgoers." SONGS: Change the World, Summertime, Cold, Closer Now, River, One in a Thousand, Into the Future, Blue, Fairgoers and Seven Years.
"Startime" CDEP (cat.# UR-10016)
This Jon Croslin-produced EP is chocked full of the three-P's - pop, punk and psychedelia. The rhythm section pounds propulsively amidst swirling guitar washes as Jon Sanchez matches wits with Adam Sultan (Poi Dog Pondering). This version of the Saucers included Jeff Hoskins (Nice Strong Arm) and Cindy Toth (Reivers). SONGS: Wait and See, Amphetamine, Insensitive, Melt.