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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

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the doors
the doors

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RAOOUL “Fresh and Nubile” 7″ Vinyl LOOKOUT! Records 1993

RAOOUL “Fresh and Nubile” 7″ Vinyl LOOKOUT! Records 1993
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

US $10.99

Skinned Teen/Raooul made a split album in 1994 calledBazooka Smooth!/ Jail-bait Core on Lookout! Records.
Raooul released one 7” called ‘Fresh And Nubile’ also onLookout! Records in 1993, and other tracks appear on compilations around the same time.
1. Anna Joy
2. Mike Tee Vee
3. Straitedge
4. Summer Nights
5. Good Girls
6. I Had Richie Bucher

Riot grrrl was an underground feminist punk movement that started in the early 1990s, and it is often associated with third-wave feminism (it is sometimes seen as its starting point). However, riot grrrl’s emphasis on universal female identity often appears more closely allied with second-wave feminism than with the third wave. Riot grrrl bands often address issues such as rape, domestic abuse, sexuality, and female empowerment. Some bands associated with the movement are Fifth Column, Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, Jack Off Jill, Excuse 17, Heavens to Betsy, Huggy Bear, Adickdid, The Third Sex, Sleater-Kinney, and also lesbian queercore like Team Dresch. In addition to a music scene, riot grrrl is also a subculture; zines, the DIY ethic, art, political action, and activism are part of the movement. Riot grrrls hold meetings, start chapters, and support and organize women in music.

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wings
wings

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YEASTIE GIRLZ “Ovary Action” 7″ Vinyl LOOKOUT! Records

YEASTIE GIRLZ “Ovary Action” 7″ Vinyl LOOKOUT! Records
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

US $10.99

Larry Livermore and David Hayes formed the label in 1987. From the start, Lookout released punk rock records, but over time expanded its scope to include various types of pop rock, reggae fusion, acoustic rock, pop punk, and indie rock. Former Lookout bands that have since achieved major label success include Green Day, Rancid, and The Donnas.

Riot grrrl was an underground feminist punk movement that started in the early 1990s, and it is often associated with third-wave feminism (it is sometimes seen as its starting point). However, riot grrrl’s emphasis on universal female identity often appears more closely allied with second-wave feminism than with the third wave. Riot grrrl bands often address issues such as rape, domestic abuse, sexuality, and female empowerment. Some bands associated with the movement are Fifth Column, Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, Jack Off Jill, Excuse 17, Heavens to Betsy, Huggy Bear, Adickdid, The Third Sex, Sleater-Kinney, and also lesbian queercore like Team Dresch. In addition to a music scene, riot grrrl is also a subculture; zines, the DIY ethic, art, political action, and activism are part of the movement. Riot grrrls hold meetings, start chapters, and support and organize women in music.

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wings
wings

FILTH “Live the Chaos” 7″ Black Vinyl Record LOOKOUT! Records

FILTH “Live the Chaos” 7″ Black Vinyl Record LOOKOUT! Records
CONDITION: Good condition. Light surface wear on sleeve and vinyl. Plays well, sounds good! VG-

US $6.99

Formed in the East Bay in 1989, from the ashes of Isocracy, the Vagrants, and Crimpshrine; Filth was a crustcore band that would help define the later “East Bay Hardcore” style. The band combined the more upbeat, sometimes poppy guitar styles of Isocracy’s Lenny Rokk with harsh screamed vocals, courtesy of Crimpshrine roadie, Jake Sayles. The rhythm section was composed of an East Bay punk known as Mike-o the Psycho, on bass, Jim Gray, a Canadian who temporarily moved to SoCal, on guitar, the more well-known Dave (E.C.) Henwood of the Vagrants. Dave left the band after recording the shit split LP (1990) and Toby was brought in to replace him. They release a split album with Blatz, known as the Sh*t Split (1991), which is now available on CD, containing both bands complete discography via lifeisabuse.com, and the This Is Why We Are the Drunks split 7″ with Submachine. Toby left the band, and Joey of Blatz stepped in shortly before the band’s premature 1991 break-up.

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SPITBOY “The Threat” 7″ Vinyl LOOKOUT! Records 1991

SPITBOY “The Threat” 7″ Vinyl LOOKOUT! Records 1991
CONDITION: Great condition with light surface wear on sleeve. Vinyl looks very nice! VG++

US $7.99

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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