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CULTURE SHOCK s/t 7″ vinyl record Barbarossa green vinyl

CULTURE SHOCK s/t 7″ vinyl record Barbarossa green vinyl
CONDITION: Sleeve is clean, includes original patch and inserts. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

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Culture Shock were a band from Syracuse, New York, USA. This 7″ was released in 2006 in an edition of 500, 100 of which were on green vinyl. They like powerviolence like INFEST.

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SCHLEPROCK Something Like That Spring and Ten Speed 7” colored vinyl EP DR. Strange Records lot

SCHLEPROCK Something Like That Spring and Ten Speed 7” colored vinyl EP DR. Strange Records lot
CONDITION: Great condition! Vinyl and sleeve look very nice! NM

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SoCal punk outfit Schleprock formed when the Bay Area scene was at its finest. Vocalist Doug Caine and guitarist Jeff Graham formed the group in 1989, and within a year Ernie Berru (drums) and Sean Romin (guitarist) completed the lineup. Several 7″ singles, such as “Do It All” and “Long Time Ago,” were issued on Nemesis in 1991 and the band rollicked right on through countless gigs across North America. At the helm of grunge, Schleprock released Propeller on Dr. Strange in 1994 and continued to build a name for themselves. Bass player Dean Wilson was added to the lineup in 1995 as Schleprock’s heavy punk snarl was getting bigger. Warner Bros. took notice and signed the band in 1996. (America’s) Dirty Little Secret, which appeared before the year’s end, kept with Schleprock’s nasty punk rawness. Long Time Ago followed on Cool Guy in 1997. The band effectively broke up that same year, and Caine and Berru formed the revivalist punk outfit Generators in LA. In 2005 Schleprock’s original lineup reunited for a few gigs to support the unreleased and rarities set Learning to Fall.

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MASSGRAVE / Poser Disposer “Victims of a Bong Raid” 7″ GREEN Vinyl Record

MASSGRAVE / Poser Disposer “Victims of a Bong Raid” 7″ GREEN Vinyl Record
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice, probably unplayed! VG++

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In their common struggle to stay stoned, these two bands have teamed up to collaborate on this ‘Victims of a Bong Raid’ split EP. With their best recording to date, Poser Disposer delivers three blows of pulverizing grindcore brutality, heavily influenced by NASUM and ROTTEN SOUND. Massgrave also throws down four of their own blasting (bong) hits which resemble the sound of ENT and DISRUPT-relapse.com

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RILO KILEY The Money Maker 7” colored vinyl single 2007

RILO KILEY The Money Maker 7” colored vinyl single 2007
CONDITION: Great condition! Vinyl looks very nice! NM

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Rilo Kiley (pronounced /ˈraɪloʊ ˈkaɪliː/ RYE-loh KYE-lee) is an American indie rock band based in Los Angeles. Formed in 1998, the band currently consists of Jenny Lewis, Blake Sennett, Pierre de Reeder, and Jason Boesel.

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SUNSHINE JULIA Split 7″ JADE GREEN VINYL

SUNSHINE JULIA Split 7″ JADE GREEN VINYL
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

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Formed in 1994 in the Czech Republic, Sunshine’s music is an amalgam of sounds rooted in the claustrophobic, chaotic no wave of bands such as Joy Division, the Cure, The Birthday Party, the Stooges and even the Velvet Underground.  Julia’s last show was in 1996 at the Living Room in Goleta.

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SEAWEED “Bill / Pumpkin” 7″ Vinyl Sup Pop Records. GREEN VINYL

SEAWEED “Bill / Pumpkin” 7″ Vinyl Sup Pop Records. GREEN VINYL.
CONDITION: Excellent condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks nice! VG+

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Seaweed is a band from Tacoma, Washington who were active throughout the 1990s. Their style of music is a combination of punk rock and grunge, mostly due to its ‘dirty’ sound. In their early days, Seaweed was signed to Washington’s Sub Pop, but later released albums on Hollywood Records and Merge Records. Seaweed’s contemporaries during the time of their existence included Mudhoney, Samiam, Jawbreaker and tourmates Superchunk and Quicksand. The band toured extensively in the United States with Green Day, Candlebox and Bad Religion as well as overseas, including shows in Brazil with Garage Fuzz. They were well-known for their cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way”, which appeared in the movie Clerks. In 2006, their song “Losing Skin” appeared on the soundtrack for the video game NHL 2K7.

On May 15th 2007, the band announced, via MySpace, that they had reformed and were writing a new album, tentatively titled Small Engine Repair. They also announced several live dates.

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BAD LIVERS “Lust For Life” 7″ GREEN Vinyl Record Fist Puppet Records

BAD LIVERS “Lust For Life” 7″ GREEN Vinyl Record Fist Puppet Records
CONDITION: Excellent condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

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Hailing from Austin, Texas, the Bad Livers are on a mission-to bring the tradition of bluegrass to the general public. “We feel that we are providing a service, ” Mark Rubin, bassist and tuba player, said just before a March 1997 show at a Detroit pool hall. And they are. The crowd at that show sported cowboy hats, pierced eyebrows, ripped leather, and retro suits. Not your typical bluegrass crowd, but then the Bad Livers are not your typical bluegrass band. Drawing on an eclectic range of influences, from bluegrass legends Flatt & Scruggs to jazz greats Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker to punk artists the Misfits and Iggy Pop, they have crafted their own form of bluegrass—”Bad Livers music,”as the band calls it. The diversity of their audience is due in part to their early penchant for covering punk rock classics.

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