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Really Red - Volume 1: Teaching You The Fear
Really Red
Volume 1: Teaching You The Fear
LP | 1981 | US | Reissue (Alternative Tentacles)
16,99 €*
Release:1981 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Volume 1: Teaching You the Fear is the much-loved first album that’s been unavailable since Empty Records reissued it ten years ago. More manic and locked-in then the early singles, this is Really Red in their prime, fired up and focused to lay down what they likely thought was their one shot to get it all on vinyl. Includes part one of David Ensminger’s extensive interview with Bond. Includes digital download card.
Really Red - Volume 2: Rest In Pain
Really Red
Volume 2: Rest In Pain
LP | 1985 | US | Reissue (Alternative Tentacles)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:1985 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Volume 2: Rest In Pain is the long-lost second album that hardly any Really Red fans back then knew existed! Unavailable for almost 30 years, now all tracks are restored for the first time ever, with vastly improved sound—fiercer and heavier, but still vintage Really Red. Side two shows the band’s roots with an awesome Texas psycho cover of The Red Crayola’s “War Sucks.” These guys actually saw The 13th Floor Elevators live! Remastered at Fantasy by Jello Biafra and comes with part two of David Ensminger’s interview with Bond. Includes digital download card.
Really Red - Volume 3: New Strings For Old Puppets
Really Red
Volume 3: New Strings For Old Puppets
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Alternative Tentacles)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Volume 3: News Strings for Old Puppets could be the surprise hit of the bunch. Here in one place are all the highly sought-after Really Red 7-inches, plus more from the early days that has never been released in any form until now. The LP kicks off with the KBD cult classic “Modern Needs” and the even rarer Crowd Control singles, followed by an unlikely punk cover of Petula Clark’s “Downtown.” Finally seeing the light for the first time is “Little Death,” the song Jello wanted for the 1981 Alternative Tentacles compilation Let Them Eat Jellybeans that only survived on a cassette he found in his vaults. Then it’s on to the hardcore era and the New Strings for Old Puppets EP itself, before a final rewind to the live songs originally released as the Despise Moral Majority official bootleg EP. The sound is dramatically improved, and it ain’t a muddy bootleg anymore! This is one kickass album, lovingly curated and remastered by Biafra with part three of David Ensminger’s extensive interview with Bond. Includes digital download card.
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