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GREEN DAY 1,000 Hours 7″ Lookout! Records #17 1989 First Press + Insert punk rox

GREEN DAY 1,000 Hours 7″ Lookout! Records #17 1989 First Press + Insert punk rox
Great condition. Light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks great! VG++ to NM

US $227.53

rare 7″ on Lookout Records 1989. this is the very first Press in a copied green Paper Sleeve & Laytonville Address. Black Vinyl, comes with Insert incl. old Phone Number of Billie Joe.  Sleeve Condition is very good plus, Vinyl Condition is NM

the doors
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GENTLEMAN JESS AND HIS MEN 12″ LP Vinyl Douche Master first press

FOR THIS AUCTION: GENTLEMAN JESS AND HIS MEN 12″ LP Vinyl Douche Master first press
CONDITION: Great condition. Looks unplayed in new condition. NM

US $10.99

Although Atlanta locales may already recognize Gentleman Jesse himself as the bassist for one of the city’s most respectable punk-rock groups, The Carbonas, even those familiar with Jesse Smith may have been surprised to discover that he is also a guitarist and songwriter in his own right. Smith formed the group with fellow Carbonas drummer Dave Rahn, releasing a 7″ single for “I Don’t Wanna Know (Where You Been Tonight)” in 2006 on Douchemaster Records, an Atlanta-based label that has been home to The Carbonas and several other worthwhile local bands specializing in punk and power-pop. The single (with two b-sides) attracted buzz amongst The Carbonas’ thriving local fanbase, leading the group to fully form and start work on their debut full-length. A self-titled effort, it is now available and fully recommended to anyone who even has a slight weak spot for traditional power-pop. In addition to the 12 congenial originals produced by Rahn, a cover of The Equals’ classic “I Get So Excited” is included. Considering Gentleman Jesse’s style of choice, the cover fits perfectly mid-way into the album without botching up the stylistic flow (which, in my mind, should be the only circumstance for including a cover on an album full of originals). Also included is “(If I Can See You) You’re Too Close To Me”, which was included earlier this year on a 7″ split alongside Joseph Plunket’s “You Ruin Everything For Me”.

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