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Post subject: What Punk 7" Are You Listening To Now?  PostPosted: Dec 18, 2012 - 01:04 PM
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In response to the "What Punk LP Are You Listening To Now?" thread started by Manimal sometime ago, I'm starting the same for 7 inchers, as I have been turned onto some cool stuff through the other thread.

I'll Start, I was in my "I" section as someone here recently posted about the Iron Cross re-issue:

Icon A.D. - "Don't Feed Us sh*t" EP on Radical Change Records (UK) from 1982
The Infections - "Kill For You / The Sign Of A Good Time" on Rip Off records (US) from 1996
Ignerents - Radio Interference / Wrong Place...Wrong Time" on Rundown records (UK) from 1979
 
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Post subject: RE: What Punk 7" Are You Listening To Now?  PostPosted: Dec 20, 2012 - 02:19 PM
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Package Arrived from Florida's Dying/Total Punk (Merry Christmas to me) now listening to:

Thee Cormans - "Mingo / Tiger Lilly 7" new on Total Punk Records. More fuzzed out surf/biker/punk instrumentals from them.
Golden Pelicans - "Hard head / Jump In A Lake" 7" new on Total Punk Records. Nice raw rock n roll. Even borrow a Link Wray riff on Jump In A Lake, what's not to like?
Perfect Fits - "Radio Transmitter" 7" on Douche Master from 2004 ish I believe.
GG King - "Joyless Masturbation / Bag" 7" on Total Punk Records
 
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Post subject: RE: What Punk 7" Are You Listening To Now?  PostPosted: Dec 20, 2012 - 03:18 PM
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Oohh I was thinking of picking up that Cormans 7"

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Post subject: RE: What Punk 7" Are You Listening To Now?  PostPosted: Dec 28, 2012 - 02:57 PM
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Total Punk is one of the best new labels.

FORWARD - Feel The Core Of Self E.P.
CONTAMINATORS - Non Existent Love b/w Black & Blue
INSERVIBLES - Una Vida De Tristeza

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got the Tito O' Tito/The Fondled split 7" yesterday. will probably give that a spin tonight after TV.
 
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veganboyjosh wrote:
got the Tito O' Tito/The Fondled split 7" yesterday. will probably give that a spin tonight after TV.



I actually have that one. Not bad.
 
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Now spinning The Germs "Forming" Iloki press that came in a package deal. Others from the same deal, and next on the platter:
The Heretics "Search And Destroy"
Pandoras "Hot Generation" on Voxx (!)
Candy Snatchers "Dead"
and the Psychobilly Cadillac self-titled EP

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Dec 29, 2012 - 09:43 AM
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Great thread Savage:

Now playing - Bags - Survive/Babylon Gorgon

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Some new arrivals, though not all new releases necessarily that I've been playing:

The Husbands - "Two More Hits From..." on Goodbye Boozy (Italy) from 2006
Thee Cormans / The Pacifics "split" on Bachelor records (Austria) 2012
Real Numbers - "EP" on bachelor (Austria) from 2009
Pointed Sticks - "Power Pop Santa / Xmas Time Again" on LaTiDa Records (Canada) 2012
Theee Bat / Atomic Suplex - "Trash Battle" on Squoodge Records (Germany) 2012
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jan 19, 2013 - 02:01 PM
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Was making an update to a Discogs page so pulled out and played some DOA (Canaduh, not UK)

DOA - "Royal Police +3" on Sudden Death Records from 1978
DOA - "World War III / Watcha Gonna Do?" on Sudden Death records from 1980
 
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