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Crowd, The - Surf Ghetto Riot (Big Waves & Wipeouts 1994-2)
Crowd, The
Surf Ghetto Riot (Big Waves & Wipeouts 1994-2)
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Hostage)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Huntington Beach's original day-glo Beach Blvd. punks return with this spectacular plate of vinyl fortitude, a collection of their greatest post 80's tracks. Obscure compilation tracks, the rare 45's, a few new rippers and some lost nuggets all collected up here on a beach punk bonfire for your turntable. All tracks remastered by Jack Control (FEAR) for a new explosive punk sound. The Crowd debuted on the legendary Beach Blvd. Posh Boy records comp and have maintained their signature sound and fury at every turn. Includes the mega RARE re-recording of their classic, Living in Madrid, a blistering cover of the Weirdos' Solitary Confinement and a long lost cover from their house party days of the Yardbirds' For Your Love. LP version features 3 alternate non-CD tracks. This smasher is limited to 550 copies on colored vinyl, come with extensive liner notes and photos and is a great addition to any punk collection. Riot On ! FFO-Posh Boy Records, Old School punk, the Adolescents, TSOL, Agent, Orange, Beach Punk, the Simpletones and Rik L Rik.
Crowd, The - A World Apart
Crowd, The
A World Apart
LP | 1981 | EU | Reissue (Radiation Reissues)
16,99 €*
Release:1981 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
It is impossible to overstate the significance of The Crowd to the nascent L.A. hardcore scene. Whilst bands like early Agent Orange and Social Distortion were playing to handfuls of fans in northern Orange County, in 1979 the Crowd were already filling backyards on their home turf in Huntington Beach, California. Ironically, it was further afield in the San Gabriel Valley that I first saw them perform, opening for the still punk Go-Gos in a small club. Without the continuing success of The Crowd in 1979 and throughout the summer of 1980, I would have packed my bags for London. Instead, the L.A. hardcore scene lifted off!
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