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Big Boys - No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat
Big Boys
No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat
Tape | 1985 | US | Reissue (Modern Classics)
14,99 €*
Release:1985 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Released at the time of their split in 1985 and now reissued by Modern Classics Recordings, the group’s final album, No Matter How Long the Line Is At the Cafeteria, There’s Always a Seat finds Big Boys continuing to innovate, even including the sound of turntable scratching on Common Beat, a sound rarely heard outside of hip-hop at the time. Songs like “Which Way To Go” and “Narrow View” echo their boredom and anger with the changing hardcore scene, while “I Do Care” and “What’s The Word” illustrate the band’s positive outlook for things to come.
Big Boys - No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat
Big Boys
No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat
LP | 1985 | US | Reissue (Modern Classics)
22,99 €*
Release:1985 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Released at the time of their split in 1985 and now reissued by Modern Classics Recordings, the group’s final album, No Matter How Long the Line Is At the Cafeteria, There’s Always a Seat finds Big Boys continuing to innovate, even including the sound of turntable scratching on Common Beat, a sound rarely heard outside of hip-hop at the time. Songs like “Which Way To Go” and “Narrow View” echo their boredom and anger with the changing hardcore scene, while “I Do Care” and “What’s The Word” illustrate the band’s positive outlook for things to come.
Big Boys - Lullabies Help The Brain Grow
Big Boys
Lullabies Help The Brain Grow
LP | 1983 | US | Reissue (Modern Classics)
22,99 €*
Release:1983 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Originally released on the Wasted Talent label and reissued last year by Modern Classics Recordings, 1981’s debut album Where’s My Towel was inspired by the group’s growing dissatisfaction with their part in the release of Live At Raul’s. Returning with Lullabies Help The Brain Grow two years later, they were still striking out at situations around them. The opening track, “We Got Your Money” is a sort of rally cry to the misunderstandings of their scene , and to the fraternity boys and girls that came to gawk or cause trouble: “And to all you frat boys/We got your money in our hands!” they shouted, gleefully. Song titles include “We’re Not In It To Lose”, “Fight Back” and “Assault” proved that the gloves were off.
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