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ECONOCHRIST “Skewed” 7″ Vinyl Ebullition Records

ECONOCHRIST “Skewed” 7″ Vinyl Ebullition Records
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG+

US $8.99

Econochrist was a political hardcore punk band active in the late eighties and early nineties. They moved from Arkansas to the San Francisco Bay Area to become part of the punk music scene there. The group was composed of singer Ben Sizemore, aka Ben Econochrist, drummer Markly Hart, guitarist Jon Sumrall, and bassist Mike Scott.

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SPITBOY “True Self Revealed” 12″ LP Vinyl Ebullition

SPITBOY “True Self Revealed” 12″ LP Vinyl Ebullition
CONDITION: Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve and vinyl. Medium wear on poster. VG-

US $11.99

The band was founded by drummer Michelle Gonzales (Todd), vocalist Adrienne Droogas, bassist Paula and guitarist Karin Gembus. Paula left the band before the release of the Rasana 7″ EP and was replaced by Dominique Davison.

The band toured the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Their records were released on prominent punk rock labelsLookout Records, Allied Recordings and Ebullition Records, including a split LP with the Chicago-based hardcore group Los Crudos.

After the breakup of the group, Davison, Gonzales and Gembus played together in the group Instant Girl, whose sound was less aggressive than that of Spitboy. Instant Girl released an LP on Allied Recordings. Droogas was briefly a member of the group Aus Rotten before moving to Richmond, Virginia. She also wrote columns for the punk zines Heartattack and Profane Existence. Davison is now an architect. Gonzales teaches English at Las Positas College in Livermore, California.

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STILL LIFE From Angry Heads 2 x 12″ (double) LP Vinyl Record Ebullition Records

STILL LIFE From Angry Heads 2 x 12″ (double) LP Vinyl Record Ebullition Records
CONDITION: Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks great! VG++

US $14.99

Still Life was a 3-piece rock band from Los Angeles, California. They are credited for helping pioneer the first wave of emo/emocore bands in this subgenre that is rooted in punk rock. They started in the late 80s with the name Monster Club. They changed their name in 1991 after the departure of the original lead singer who joined the band Strife. They were active until 2003. Former Members Paul Rauch and David Pitzel have started a new band named Old Ground and continue to use Still Life’s label, Sunflower Tribe.

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ECONOCHRIST “Trained to Serve” 12″ LP Vinyl Ebullition Records

ECONOCHRIST “Trained to Serve” 12″ LP Vinyl Ebullition Records
CONDITION: Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve and vinyl. VG

US $14.99

Econochrist was a political hardcore punk band active in the late eighties and early nineties. They moved from Arkansas to the San Francisco Bay Area to become part of the punk music scene there. The group was composed of singer Ben Sizemore, aka Ben Econochrist, drummer Markly Hart, guitarist Jon Sumrall, and bassist Mike Scott.

the doors
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MONSTER X 7″ Vinyl Ebullition Records. Sleeve folds out into poster!

MONSTER X 7″ Vinyl Ebullition Records. Sleeve folds out into poster!
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

US $7.99

Monster X were a straight edge grind band from Albany, New York.

The band formed in 1992 out of the ashes of Intent, and PNA. Members of MX Went on to play in Dropdead, Devoid Of Faith, Das Oath, and By The Throat. The Band were one of the few straightedge bands not playing the typical mosh core sound of the time period. Instead the band played fast, brutal guttural powerviolence grindcore.

MX were also known for their thought provoking lyrics, which took on many of the political and social issues of the day. On top of that they wrote about their personal choice to live a drug-free straight edge life. They wrote about their support for the legalization of drugs, and their intolerance for organized religion. The krishna movement had become pretty big within thehardcore punk scene at this time. Monster X made it known how they felt about religion in punk rock.

Vocalist John Moran Did many of the bands releases on his label Hater Of God. Guitarist Nate Wilson did the posi youth 7” on his label Gloom Records.

The band played their final show in 1998 at the Monster X house with Dropdead, and Skinless.

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ICONOCLAST “Groundlessness of Belief” 7″ Vinyl Ebullition Records

ICONOCLAST “Groundlessness of Belief” 7″ Vinyl Ebullition Records
CONDITION: Excellent condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

US $5.99

Iconoclast was the only band on Ebullition that was ever released because of a demo that was received in the mail. The Iconoclast demo sounded a lot like Rorschach. It was very impressive and it warranted a release on Ebullition.

When they recorded these 4 songs their sound had developed into something much more complex and unique. Even better than their great demo.

A classic early ’90s hardcore record from a band that existed side by side with East Coast legends like Rorschach, Born Against, Merel and Current.

This 7″ will not be repressed. Once it is sold out then it will be gone forever.

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Iconoclast “Wits End” 7″ Vinyl on Ebullition Records

Iconoclast “Wits End” 7″ Vinyl on Ebullition Records
CONDITION: Excellent condition with light surface wear on sleeve and vinyl. VG

US $4.99

punk with a nice printed insert

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