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Artist: ANTORCHAS
Title: s/t
Format: 7"
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $9.00
"RSD 2015 release. Originally released in 1971, this EP is a rare hard psych rock gem by this legendary Mexican band, documenting the transition from their beat origins as Las Antorchas to their work in the 70s under the very politically charged and anarchist Antorcha name. Featuring three songs written by the band, two in English and the wonderful slow burner "El jardín del edén" in Spanish, Antorchas created a pivotal moment in Mexican rock." - Munster.

Artist: BILLY BAO
Title: Lagos Sessions
Format: Double LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $27.00
“Munster Records, Billy Bao, and Night School Records present Lagos Sessions, featuring Billy Bao,Ambido, Diana Bada, Duro Ikujenyo, Mark Ido,Oduyomi Isaiah Oluseye, Joel Isioma Okoh,Orlando Julius, Mendo, and Emeka Ogboh. Presented in gatefold sleeve with liner notes by Kunle Tejuoso and Ed Emeka Keazor. "Experimental; Conceptual? Thats what these sort of things are usually called, when references are anything but immediate: in the feeling, hearing, and seeing, especially by many. Even more troubling, when the accustomed in us gets ajar... We lack articulation of the seemingly unfamiliar! Even at that, I think the most charitable review of this live electronic exploration will suggest the four sections bordering on insanity. How else? Even when not a few self-styled patriots were booking their flights out of the country, with an election looming to signal the end of a nation, and a band of modern day faith-heads detonating grenades in every other street corner, two dreamers swim against the currents and sneak through the lagoon into the country collecting inputs of derelict art; of garbage can noise; of hooting; honking horns on screeching brakes squelching tar; rackety generator booms? For an imagined program! Whats that? Who, what do these doods think theyre doing with Lagos?! Ill call it rebirth. That simple. How to find a centre here? The output? The hum-drum of the streets daily accent compels the sense of the immediate, the terrestrial; and then those primitive, primeval-seeming echoes of the earliest beginnings of the big bang and its wavesound simultaneously releasing Sun Ras reverb sensation of end time! This should not be danceable but these guys are suggesting the possibility of rhythm in the inchoate. Believe me, you cant miss the Lagos Faaji, Sakara flow, Awurebe, Afrobeat slices; its jazz, highlife/Euro-Afro funk/rock/rap and seedy night echoes too. But in their otherworldly dimension. No matter the accolades, I will encourage a therapy of some sorts to the creators of this production." --Sola Olorunyomi(poet, bassist, co-editor of Glendora Review) & Kunle Tejuoso, Jazzhole, Lagos.

Artist: CLAW HAMMER
Title: Deep In The Heart Of Nowhere
Format: 2LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $27.00
"2009 release. This live album is a mighty sonic document of one of the most unclassifiable American bands of the 1990s. In the middle of a 1995 tour where their noise rock was often met by the indifference and incomprehension of audiences not ready for such full-on assault, Claw Hammer registered a show in Dallas that reveals the unique, wild and physical style only they possessed. Playing a 750-capacity club in Dallas to an audience of two people was actually not the most undignifying show on Claw Hammers spring 1995 US tour. That memorable event had come about two weeks earlier in Toledo, Ohio, where we were paid 1,000 dollars, the largest guarantee of our entire trip, to play for 90 minutes in what amounted to the entrance room of a teen dance club. So for an hour and a half, I watched about 500 in succession people walk from the door to this one particular spot on the floor, stand there and watch us for less than 10 seconds, then turn around and make a beeline for the stairs that led to the basement, where a sound system more powerful than ours was pumping Gin and Juice for the assembled throngs. Wed had enough of this shit after 75 minutes but the club wanted their contract fulfilled, so on we plowed, into an epic version of Sick Fish Belly Up that deteriorated into one of the most spastic, ear-splitting, fist-up-the-yang noise jams I have ever been part of. We just decided to drown out the disco beats for a change, and just pulverize everything in sight into white noise and hand a colossal fuck-you to the bizarre and unfortunate circumstances that seemed to be surrounding us at every turn. One thing I remember about the cave gigs on that tour is, we made the most of every one as a musical happening. You cant get depressed about no one coming to the show, thats something beyond your control. But to walk off the stage knowing you just laid a big one, thats fucking depressing. We were determined to play what we wanted to be heard, come hell or high water." -Bob Lee.

Artist: CRIME
Title: Crime
Format: 7x7" + CD Box
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $79.00
"Despite having independently released the first punk rock single on the US west coast, Crimes legend has never spread beyond a comparatively small but extremely adamant cult. The fact that they only released three singles during their existence is certainly a factor in the lack of recognition afforded them. Probably more significant is the fact that Crimes music and image set them apart from what soon became discernable as the typical punk rock scene. The amphetamine blues lead guitar bursts that responded to the vocal lines in nearly every song, as well as the frequently dispassionate vocals, set them apart from the bandwagon-jumping art-schoolers (who were all too often devoid of rock and roll attitude), as did their carefully cultivated look and their anti-social attitude. Crime compiles the complete recorded legacy of the band fans have come to refer to as San Franciscos first and only rock and roll band. It includes three facsimile reproductions of Crimes original singles and four more 7"s featuring ten tracks recorded from 1977 through 79 and unreleased at the time, among them a "Be Bop a Lula/Peggy Sue" medley unavailable elsewhere until now. The records are accompanied by a 20-page booklet with an extensive band interview by Michael Lucas, photos and memorabilia, plus a special text written by film director and Crime fan Jeff Feuerzeig (The Devil and Daniel Johnston). Includes a CD with all 16 tracks." - Munster.

Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Hot Box 1974-1994
Format: Double CD
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $23.00
"Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as a bastion of resistance of Detroits rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor Citys music scene, from the University of Michigans Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental -- led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley -- and the high energy one -- with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of Americas cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. Hot Box 1974-1994 is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material. Includes a generously-illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes." - Munster.

Artist: DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Title: Hot Box 1974-1994
Format: Triple LP Box Set
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $81.00
"Destroy All Monsters are known by some for their role as a bastion of resistance of Detroits rock; for being, during their second period, the band in which Ron Asheton would reappear. For others, they are a pivotal reference point in the copious but relatively unknown avant-garde underground from the same city, after Thurston Moore and Byron Coley dug up their first recordings in 1996 and the original line-up reunited. Destroy All Monsters comprises two complementary and interconnected poles throughout the saga of the Motor Citys music scene, from the University of Michigans Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music to The Stooges, through to the White Panther Party. In its two incarnations, the experimental -- led by Cary Loren, Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley -- and the high energy one -- with Asheton and Michael Davis from MC5, both featuring the phantasmagorical Niagara in the role of doped-up priestess, Destroy All Monsters are the object of one of the most devotional cults of Americas cultural underground, as testified by their abundant artistic and record production. Hot Box 1974-1994 is the first anthology to bring together the best outcome of those two hemispheres, including much unreleased material. Includes a generously-illustrated booklet featuring photos and artwork never seen before. All tracks have been remastered from recently discovered tapes." - Munster.

Artist: ELS MASTURBADORS MONGOLICS
Title: Els Masturbadors Mongolics
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $20.00
"Els Masturbadors Mongòlics were one of the first punk bands from Barcelona, formed in 1977 by Lluis Miracle with an ever-changing line-up which had guitarist Paco Martínez as its other constant member. Among the people involved was Manel, later guitarist of Decibelios. In the same way as legendary bands like La Banda Trapera Del Río, the usual lack of resources and general incomprehension towards Els Masturbadors brought them all kinds of problems, only made worse by their completely irreverent attitude, which caused chaos almost everywhere they played, including their participation in the festival Canet Rock in 1978 -- all of which led to the break up of the band at the end of that year, just over a year after they first got together. Before that, they managed to record a number of tracks for EMI, which never saw official release and are now made available for the first time. Its the evidence of a crucial period for the later changes in Spanish music, which were only possible thanks to the transgressive and no-holds-barred behavior of bands such as Els Masturbadors Mongòlics." - Munster.

Artist: ETANT DONNES
Title: Re-Up
Format: Double LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $27.00
"Double LP version. Munster Records present a reissue of Étant Donnéss Re-Up, originally released in 1999. For Re-Up, Frances Étant Donnés (Eric & Marc Hurtado) brought in Alan Vega, Lydia Lunch and Genesis P-Orridge to provide lyrics and vocals for specific contributions. Vega, featured on the first four tracks, juxtaposes his stream-of-conscious vocals with the phasing pulses and analog crackles and sighs on "Shadows Lights", responding to the rhythmic ticking and splintering synth on the title cut, helping on a track he originally wrote with Martin Rev to cover Suicides "Ghost Rider" with an eerie Elvis Presley vamp, along with the epic "Brutal Piss Rods". Lydia Lunch follows on "Sexodrone", a lengthy piece where treated trumpet from Mark Cunningham duels with Lunchs breaths and icy cold delivery. Genesis P-Orridge brings along a different feel with a steady spoken word work on the three final tracks: the metallic gongs, bells and revolving synth washes of "At Last", the companion piece "Angel With Iron Wings" and "Secret Tear". The latter track also features Bachir Attar, leader of The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, playing the ghaita; P-Orridge and Attar conclude the voyage with a vigorous call-and-response between P-Orridges instrument of flesh (voice) and Attars human-made one. A perfect soundtrack for sensual explorers. The last bonus track is a 2014 remix of "Ghost Rider" by Marc Hurtado that gives the feeling of being transported into the center of an intergalactic war. Packaged in new artwork." - Munster.

Artist: FITZGERALD, PATRIK
Title: Safety Pin Stuck in My Heart
Format: Double LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $27.00
"RSD Black Friday release. Patrik Fitzgerald was one of the oddities that punk rock threw up in 1977. A lone singer with an acoustic guitar, regaling punk audiences with lyrical songs and interspersing them with chats, stories and poems. Is this what people died in the Punk Wars for? The answer is an emphatic yes. Theres no better example of the punk DIY attitude than the lone, slight figure of Patrik Fitzgerald making it happen and expressing himself on stage, singing songs of alienation, observation and imagined situations and often braving hostile receptions to communicate with an audience. While bands had the safety net of each other and the bombast of volume and wattage, he stood alone. Patrik had realism, pathos and incisive, sometimes uncomfortable, lyrics. Those early songs like "Safety Pin in My Heart" and "All Sewn Up" have amazingly stood the test of time and sound as relevant today as then. Patrik Fitzgerald was the "Punk Poet." He is the great forgotten songwriter from the Class of 77. Patrik Fitzgerald never became a household name or punk icon like Rotten, Strummer or Weller, but to his loyal followers he is just as important and as inspirational. Same goes for Mark Perry, Vic Godard and Robert Lloyd. Like them, he is one of punks idiosyncratic, singular voices: artistically successful, but too uncompromising for mainstream and commercial rewards. Fitzgeralds sincere attitude and eccentric appearance -- commonly, a badge-cluttered blazer, red drainpipe trousers and sandals -- set him squarely apart from his new wave brethren. He was always called a poet rather than a singer, as it was all about the words. Words full of tragedy, comedy, cynicism, realism, bitterness, pathos and just occasionally, hope. Tagged the "new Dylan" in 77, he was maybe more the new Leonard Cohen with a touch of social realism, although Bowie was his hero. "The recordings remain true to me, even when I dont. This is what they are; the voice of a small, insecure, somewhat lost person, living in a small, insecure, somewhat lost country." - Munster.

Artist: GLUTAMATO YE-YE
Title: Corazon Loco
Format: 7"
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $9.00
"Reissue of Glutamato Ye-Yés 7" debut from 1982. Oddball pop and punk go hand-in-hand when it comes to one of the most irreverent bands of the Spanish Movida movement." -Munster

Artist: HEAD, JOWE
Title: Cabinet Of Curios
Format: Double LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $33.00
"RSD 2017 release. Cabinet Of Curios is the first ever career-spanning compilation of the solo work of Jowe Head, an essential name in the birth and development of the UKs underground scene. From 1981 debut album Pincer Movement up to 2014 recordings by Jowe Head and The Demi-Monde, plus previously unreleased tracks, these 20 cuts present Heads wonderful mixture of off-kilter pop and avant-garde weirdness, like a noise party attended by Joe Meek, Burt Bacharach and Sun Ra. "If one looks at the galaxy of stars that can be attributed as source material for todays musical DIY/lo-fi generation, Jowe Head shines as a true iconoclast. His 1973 addition to the avant-garage godfathers Swell Maps added an impressionistic edge to their psychedelic punk pastiche that drew of Max Ernst as ably as Can. Later on in The Television Personalities and his Househunters and Palookas projects, not to mention a sprawling solo discography, Jowes persona injected color and livelihood into an often-too-cool-for-school post-punk scene around Britain while still delivering transportative sounds and open-to-the-listener interpretations. This compendium is in itself a galaxy of sounds that will never fail to deliver." - Brian Turner, WFMU Music Director.

Artist: IMPERIAL DOGS
Title: This Aint the Summer of Love/Im Waiting for the Man
Format: 7"
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $9.00
"Reissue of this L.A. proto-punk bands posthumous single. Recorded in 1975 and released in 1978 on fanzine Back Door Mans record label after Blue Oyster Cult had a hit with a cover of "This Aint the Summer of Love." Includes color insert with liner notes." -Munster.

Artist: JOHNSTON, DANIEL
Title: The Story Of An Artist
Format: 6LP Boxset
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $118.00
"6LP box set version limited to 1,000 copies. Includes individual printed inner sleeves, a two-sided A2 poster and a 64-page booklet with Daniels artwork from those years and extensive notes by music journalist Everett True. Includes Daniels six cassette-only albums recorded between 1980 and 1983." -Munster "When I first met Daniel in 1985, he was already quite well known. He had been giving away homemade cassettes for months and his live performances were attracting enthusiastic crowds. He had even been on MTV. The cassettes were his business cards and he used them well, with Hi, How Are You, Yip/Jump Music, Retired Boxer, Respect and Continued Story finding their way into the hands of seemingly every band in town. As the attention increased, so did the need to keep making and handing out cassettes. It reached a point where much of his paycheck from McDonalds would be spent on blank tapes, so I began talking to him about ways to at least break even. By the time Daniel left Austin a year later, things had changed considerably. I was finding national distribution for the tapes, but he wasnt well, and didnt wish to continue in the music business. He gave me a couple of tapes I hadnt heard before throwing most of his remaining possessions into a dumpster. By the time I found out about the dumpster incident and frantically dug through it, trying to salvage any tapes that I could find, it was too late. What was lost in that dumpster is something well never know. The two unreleased tapes he had given me were More Songs Of Pain and Dont Be Scared (ironically misspelled Dont Be Scarred). Both were unlike anything I had previously heard. Recorded in the semi-privacy of his parents basement in the early 1980s, before hed moved to Texas, the sound was slightly better than the tapes I was already distributing, and the material so strong that I knew he deserved a place among the all-time great songwriters. Both were and are fully realized masterpieces to my ears ... I was able to borrow a tape he had given Glass Eyes Kathy McCarty titled The Joker -- it turned out to be one of several versions of the Songs Of Pain tape that he had given out to his friends in West Virginia before moving to Austin. I knew it had to be the first of the new releases, so I began distributing Songs Of Pain in 1987. A few months later, I borrowed another tape he had given to one of his friends. This led to the release of The What Of Whom. In 1988, I released More Songs Of Pain and in 1989 Dont Be Scared. In 1990, Daniel found some tapes under his bed (!) called The Lost Recordings, and these were released in 1991. Most of Daniels early recordings were done on a $59 Sanyo jam box using the cheapest tape he could find. The term lo-fi was still a few years away and I never gave the low fidelity of these recordings a second thought. It was about the music and the story of an artist. Songs Of Pain, More Songs Of Pain, The What Of Whom, Dont Be Scared and The Lost Recordings tell the story of that artist. They may have been just cassettes, but Daniel owned his own publishing and these releases led to more songs being published, and ultimately more songs being covered by other bands. Im very grateful that Munster Records has chosen to package the recordings from Daniels West Virginia years as a box set. I hope you enjoy it." -Jeff Tartakov, Stress Records

Artist: KARPENTER, AL
Title: The Chosen One
Format: 7"
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $10.00
"A ghost walks through Bilbao: the ghost of Al Karpenter, the only wild rocker able to restore the hard core of the true rebel music. Once boss at the legendary Brutus fanzine, presents a biographical single where he bares himself. The Chosen One features key players of the Basque leftfield music scene such as Mattin and Loty Negarti. Al Karpenter doesnt disappoint and Bilbao becomes a temporary prism through which New Yorks no wave travels to London to pick up Alternative TVs strident side, while crossing paths with Scott Walker in a surgery where Iggy Pop mutates into a dog." - Munster.

Artist: LOS SAICOS
Title: Demolicion: The Complete Recordings
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $22.00
"LP version with a 12-page full-color booklet with extensive notes and unseen photos. With only six singles released between 1965 and 1966, and from an apparently remote place such as Lima, Peru, Los Saicos created a raw, wild and visceral sound, the Southern Hemisphere equivalent of the garage rock that was coming out of the U.S. Northwest at the same time. Theirs is the same DNA shared by The Sonics, The Cramps and Black Lips. This release compiles all their recordings and tells their amazing story. This snarling maelstrom of nihilism was cut in Lima when the rest of the world was wetting itself over The Beatles, direct links to both The Stooges and The Cramps here and several more equally-enthralling combos. The latter spawned several generations of individuals who would dig deep to previously (mostly) unheard seams of music and other forms of culture that have since become part of the mainstream fabric. Another strong case of the same kind of happenstance to my mind is that which preceded the much-vaunted punk explosion of the 70s. The unhinged nature of the song titles is one thing, but after you become acclimatized to the inherent strangeness, other aspects become apparent. The rhythms and the way the guitars chime and twang to offset the howling are no mere approximations or interpretation. Chemistry is by far a more important factor in the gestation of sound than proficiency or ability. Theres a point where nature takes over and in kicks the call of the wild. The individuals have no other option than to just go with it. I dont know about you, but I have an intense dislike of artists that are nothing more than a modular, cookery book approximation of what somebody reckons might be a hipster record collection. This is decidedly not a case of that. Primitive to the point of primordial, Los Saicos are an important benchmark. Not were. Who ever thought there could be a combo out there in Peru that would make The Sonics sound like Simon and bloody Garfunkel? There is quite possibly some other music out there, someplace, that could well make us re-address this consideration, but until then, cherish this short course of Saicotherapy." -Lindsay Hutton.

Artist: MATTIN
Title: Songbook #6
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $22.00
"Butthole Surfers meets Run The Jewels" --Dean Roberts. Yes, there is rock, but its so deformed that not even no wave could help you make sense out of it. Imagine if a bunch of viruses filled with fake news and contemporary nastiness would go straight to the core of no wave, punk, and rocks integrity: authenticity. Not to say that the Butthole Surfers were the most authentic band in the world or that this record matches the production of El-P, but instead here you have some of the most exciting musicians in Berlin coming together for the first time, interpreting some lyrics from Mattin, dealing with our fucked up times and the search for overcoming them. To say that there is no authenticity is not to fall into the postmodern relativism that has been a debilitating force in the struggle against the new wave of neo fascism. In fact, the latter also claim their own authenticity: race realism. Not surprisingly, authenticity was also at the core of Heidegger, which somehow connects National Socialism and its French deconstructionist critics. Even if this record for some might sound like deconstructed rock through electronic noise and improv, it is also doing something else, like building a Frankenstein monster in the form of a rock-as-zombie-avatar: as if Lou Reed would haunt us from the other side, connecting the motherboards of our devices to our brains, giving us all electroshocks for not being able to stop this fascism-as-the-new-punk regime, while he shouts at us: they got the traction on danger and you need to take it back! Features Farahnaz Hatam, Pan Daijing, Colin Hacklander, Werner Dafeldecker, and Dean Roberts." - Munster.

Artist: O LEVEL
Title: Pseudo Punk
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $22.00
“RSD 2014 release. Munster Records presents, in a co-release with Discos Alehop!, the first vinyl reissue of the two official singles of British band O Level: "East Sheen" (recorded in November 1977 and released on Psycho) and The Malcolm EP (recorded in December 1978 and released by the Kings Road label). This compilation also includes three tracks from February 1979 never released on vinyl before, plus a rawer alternative version of "East Sheen" dating from March 1978. O Level was created in 1976 by London guitarist Ed Ball along with two friends from school, the Bennett brothers (John on drums and Gerard on bass), who would leave the band in March 1978. That same line-up plus Dan Treacy (another school friend of Balls) recorded the first Television Personalities single in 1977, titled 14th Floor. O Level self-released that same year a first single which included three tracks strongly influenced by punks energy (Buzzcocks and Undertones guitars and melody on "East Sheen") and attitude (with ironic comments about fake punks on "Pseudo Punk"), but all of it as if seen from a distance, outside a decadent scene which had already been absorbed by the establishment. The single also features a sort of homonymous anthem called O Levels." As a record collector anecdote, there are two versions of the single with different covers, which go for very high prices. Ed Ball, DIY superhero, returned in late 1978 with four more hits, displaying a sound more oriented towards 60s pop but with the new wave spirit of the time. On this occasion, he was accompanied on bass, drums, and backing vocals by... himself, Ball played everything! The single, titled The Malcolm EP, contains a new hit in "homage" to Malcolm McLaren, "We Love Malcolm"; a portrait of the scene, "Everybodys on Revolver Tonight" (where the pseudo punks and part-time punks make another appearance); and two tracks with 60s melodies: "Leave Me Alone" (with a very Love-esque chorus) and "Stairway to Boredom" (pure new wave sound). But Ed Balls music career didnt end with this second single. After recording three more tracks in February 1979, which have never been released on vinyl until now, he continued developing the same strand of wonderful pop through the 80s and 90s with bands such as Teenage Filmstars, Television Personalities, The Times, and many more, ending with four records as a solo artist. O Level was Ed Ball, a passionate pop artisan who deserves to be rediscovered.” - Munster.

Artist: PLASTIC PEOPLE OF THE UNIVERSE, THE
Title: Magical Nights
Format: Triple LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $37.00
"Munster Records presents the most complete anthology of the legendary Czech band The Plastic People Of The Universe. PPUS was formed in autumn 1968 in Prague by teenagers and former school-mates bass guitarist Milan "Mejla" Hlavsa and guitarist Jirí "Premek" Stevich. They teamed up with vocalist and clarinetist Michal Jernek and drummer Pavel "Eman" Zeman. Their increasing popularity attracted attention from Ivan Martin Jirous, until then the artistic mastermind of the legendary Primitives Group. He secured them a professional license and equipment from a state-owned agency. Eventually, another ex- Primitives, Josef Janícek, joined on guitar (later he switched to keyboards). Since the invasion of the Warsaw Pact armies in August 1968, the Czechoslovakian Communist regime was continuously tightening the reins on most segments of the society, and particularly on the West-influenced youth culture. By 1970, the PPU had lost their agency support and the state-owned instruments. Jernek and Stevich quit, replaced by guitarist and violinist Ji?í Kabes and the Canadian vocalist Paul Wilson. In 1973, Hlavsa, Janícek and Kabes were joined by saxophonist Vratislav Brabenec. As an experienced jazz musician, Brabenec caused a further major shift in the groups orientation, from relatively straight progressive rock towards more experimental music forms. They also ditched the English lyrics in favor of original Czech poems, supplied at that time by the underground philosopher and poet Egon Bondy. During the winter of 1974-75, the PPU clandestinely recorded their first "album" on archaic equipment in the unheated rooms of the Houska castle. Parts of it were released in France as Egon Bondys Happy Hearts Club Banned LP in 1978. In 1976, dozens of members from the underground community were arrested by the secret police, including the PPU musicians, and several of them were put on trial. Brabenec and Jirous were sentenced to eight and 18 months in prison. That trial was the impetus for playwright Václav Havel and other intellectuals to publish the Charter 77 document in January 1977. Despite all the hurdles, the PPU kept on writing new material, which they occasionally performed and recorded at Havels private farm. The persecutions by the secret police continued, and in 1982, Brabenec was forced to emigrate. Although the PPU home-recorded several albums through the 1980s, after 1981 they did not play before an audience until their break-up in 1988. After the Velvet Revolution of 1989, the PPU briefly reappeared in 1992 for a few gigs, featuring the original founding members. In 1997, after being asked by Václav Havel (then Czech president) to perform at the 20th anniversary of Charter 77 at the Prague Castle, the classic 1978-1982 line-up eventually decided to reunite. And despite Hlavsas premature death in 2001, they continue touring successfully to the present day. 3LP package features 31 tracks recorded between 1969 and 1985 by this influential and revolutionary experimental band. Includes printed inner sleeves with notes by expert Luká Machata, with rare photos of the band." - Munster.

Artist: PSYKIK VOLTS
Title: Totally Useless/Horror Stories #5
Format: 7"
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $9.00
"One of the lost DIY classics from 79 gets a deserved facsimile reissue. Formed in 1978, Psykik Volts were a group of 18-year-olds from West Yorkshire, UK, influenced by The Clash, Sex Pistols, etc. The band broke up soon after this self-financed Peel favorite came out on Ellie Jay Records, but in their brief time they produced a rough and off-the-wall new wave gem." - Munster.

Artist: RIP/ESKORBUTO
Title: Zona Especial Norte
Format: LP/Mag
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $23.00
"Zona Especial Norte (this was the code denomination that Spanish Guardia Civil and police gave the conflictive Basque region back in the 1980s) was a split album shared by RIP and Eskorbuto, two of the wildest and more radical punk bands from the Basque Country. The original record, released in 1983, was out-of-print for two decades and is one of the most sought-after LPs of the era. Munster Records 2008 reissue quickly sold out, and now 30 years after its original release, the label (together with Spansuls/Lollipop, owner of the masters and rights) brings back in print this influential record -- a true sonic reflection of those difficult, tense, crude and rough years. This special reissue consists of a colored vinyl 12" accompanied by a 20-page fanzine full of pictures (many unseen), with fantastic liner notes by Roberto Moso, singer of Zarama, written in Spanish and English." - Munster.

Artist: SILVER CHALICE
Title: Wasted
Format: 7"
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $9.00
"Reissue of this heavy-sounding glitter punk 45 from 1979 by the short-lived Silver Chalice. Frontman Kim Komet described it as "dead-crude rock" and he was backed by a band that included Geza X, Terry Churchman, Paul Faris, Pat Delaney, and Dutch Shultz, among others. Sounds mightier than ever after being remastered by original producer, Geza X." - Munster.
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Artist: STEVE TREATMENT
Title: All Dressed for Tomorrow
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $20.00
"Brilliant DIY n roll from Steve Treatment, one of the most fascinating but less heralded figures of the late 70s British punk/DIY scene. Bonding over a shared love for Marc Bolan, Steve and the nascent Swell Maps would play and hang out together around London. The Maps backed Steve on his first single, released on their own Rather Records in 1978. All Dressed for Tomorrow includes said record and Steve Treatments other two singles from 1979, plus chosen highlights from 1977-1979 recordings, unreleased at the time. Raw, unkempt, experimental glam rock magic. The extensive liner notes by Chuck Warner (Hyped to Death, Messthetics), accompanied by copious photos and memorabilia, cover not just the music but also Steves varied interactions with Marc Bolan, the Swell Maps, The Moors Murderers, Derek Jarman... among others." - Munster.

Artist: SWELL MAPS
Title: Archive Recordings Volume 1: Wastrels and Whippersnappers
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $20.00
"In the context of our hum-drum hometown, I think that its safe to say that we were all oddballs, and we gravitated to each other because we got our kicks by making sounds. It was the only thing that seemed to help us to make sense of the world around us, and it was also bloody good fun! Nikki and Phones started to play together in 1972, and Epic soon joined in on percussion. I was a schoolmate with Nikki, and I was inspired by them to start making music as well. I managed to buy a second-hand guitar from a rich kid at school in 1973, and we would all play together in various combinations of two or three, according to who was around. Nikki was the only one of us into singing at this time, but he was encouraging me and the others to vocalize as well. John started to play with us in 1975, I think. He would invent some tunes with unusual riffs and time signatures. Richard joined our little scene later in 1976. It was unusual for any four of us to play together at the same time, but when we went to our first recording session in 1977, there were six of us in the studio, but only four playing instruments. Richard was driving us in his mothers car and he ended up singing on one of the songs, Ripped and Torn. Phones did not want to play live on stage, so with Richard we made up the four-piece version of the band which became our regular line-up for gigs. In the studios, it was more flexible -- we were more of a co-operative, with all six members coming along with tunes and ideas, and even confidently improvising tracks on the spur-of-the-moment. Because we had no money for professional equipment, we would play various guitars though small amplifiers and old radio sets, plus an old army surplus speaker cabinet that I had picked up. Epic saved up for a snare drum, then a hi-hat and later a bass drum to gradually add to the options we had for making sounds. I got hold of a ratty old bass guitar which I hacked up a bit in my dads garage. I found a balalaika which made a dreadful din, and bought a brand-new zither from Woolworths, of all places! We also had some primitive electronic effects made by a friend, including a ring modulator, a tremolo and a terrific fuzz box. We made good use of found objects, household objects such as cushions, trays, kitchen utensils and a fire bellow. For one session we used some items I found in a toy shop which were made for the strange noises used in teddy bears. We also used radio sets to make random noise, and manipulated old records on turntables. Epic devised a way of manipulating an air lock in the household plumbing to make a bizarre, alarming random rhythm! Nikki set up our solitary microphone on a camera tripod. Phones devised a guitar which could fold in half; I still cannot work that out! He also discovered that headphones could be adapted to use as a microphone. We would often record on a variety of portable cassette machines in mono, but John had a fancy reel-to-reel machine that hed bring along for special occasions. Most of our music was made in secret, like a fiendish experiment, and we never had a notion at the time of a career in music until we made the quantum leap of making a record, but that is another story." - Munster.

Artist: SWELL MAPS
Title: Jane From Occupied Europe
Format: 2LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $27.00
"2005 release. Swell Maps second album from 1980 with bonus tracks. Some claim this album to be even stronger than their debut. Nikki Suddens more conventional rock songs are again successful and the instrumentals veer more towards free-form jazz, but with discipline. One of its strongest tracks is the instrumental "Collision With a Frogman vs. The Mangrove Delta Plan." This album would prove their final studio effort before breaking up after an Italian tour. Deluxe package in a limited edition of 1,000 copies, pressed on 180 gram vinyl with a gatefold jacket, inner jackets with liner notes, and lots of bonus tracks from the era not included on the original record. Project developed and supervised by Nikki Sudden himself." -Munster.
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Artist: TDK
Title: Carnevision
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $16.00
"2006 release. Fast, caustic, abrasive, dangerous and disturbing: TDK were real radicals -- provocative beyond mere slogan-making. "TDK" stands for "Terrorism, Destruction and Chaos (Kaos)." They were born in Madrid in 1984 with Jose (guitar), Maguu (drums), Alfonso Cronopio (voice) and Manolo UVI (bass guitar) as their first line-up. Soon Manolo would leave and be replaced by Paco Lanaquera (from Panaderia Bolleria Nuestra Senora del Carmen). The band would record no less than five LPs and three singles, and Carnevision was released in 1986. The sound of their beginnings could be described as fast-as-fuck hardcore punk, à la Dead Kennedys. As a matter of fact, TDK received a note from Jello Biafra himself in which the Kennedys singer congratulated them, saying how surprised he was to listen to such a wild band coming from Spain. And so TDKs reputation and fame reached even the U.S.A.: on New York Citys leading punk radio station, they were labeled one of the 10 best hardcore bands in the world. After Alfonso left, precisely to go to the U.S., the rest continued as a trio, releasing their last three albums (A toda prisa, Como una Pesadilla and La Nueva Era de los Masters) with a radical change in style: they even released the first hip-hop album made in Spain." -Munster.

Artist: TEENAGE FILM STARS
Title: (Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $22.00
"Munster Records presents, in a co-release with Discos Alehop!, the three official singles of the British band Teenage Film Stars reissued on vinyl for the first time: (Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool (Clockwork Records), The Odd Man Out (Wessex Records/Blueprint Records) and I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape (Fab Listening Records).

After self-releasing two records with his band O Level, in 1979 Ed Ball continued the path of 60s-influenced new wave pop already present in that bands The Malcolm EP (1978), now under the name Teenage Filmstars. In this new adventure he was accompanied by his school friends Dan Treacy and Joe Foster (both members of Television Personalities). With their help Ball released a first single in September 1 979 featuring two songs: the A side is taken by (Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool (a tremendous chorus-song ) and the B side contained Sometimes Good Guys Dont Follow Trends (a comment on youth culture). The song (Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool received support by John Peel and reached certain fame in the UK and the United States, where it was interpreted as an homage to John Lennon.

June 1980 saw the release of their second single, titled The Odd Man Out, where Teenage Filmstars offer as the lead track a catchy ska-pop number in the vein of Madness. The other side featured I Apologise, a beautiful pop melody punctuated by the kind of guitars characteristic of the revival mod bands of the time.

Their last single, from November 1980, included the track from their repertoire with the biggest potential, I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape (re-recorded in 1982 for Balls next project, The Times, again along with Dan Treacy), an homage to the actor Patrick Joseph McGoohan, who worked in the late 1960s cult TV series The Prisoner. The singles other side features Were Not Sorry, a power pop nugget which links them with bands such as The Jam and Merton Parkas (who were mocked on one of the two sleeves of (Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool).

This compilation also includes two tracks never released on vinyl until now which were recorded in April 1979, in the style of O Level: Hes A Professional (antimilitary punk-pop) and the folk-punk anthem The John Peel March, dedicated to the legendary BBC radio host and great supporter of new bands. This retrospective is completed with a recording session dated in November 1980 which produced three tracks (Storybook Beginnings, Dressing Up For The Cameras and The Sun Never Sets) which further explore the power pop-mod sound that Ed Ball would develop in his next band The Times.

Ed Balls music career would continue into the 1980s and 90s in bands such as Television Personalities (until 1985), The Times (until 1999) and many more projects, including four albums as a solo artist." - Munster.

Artist: TEENAGE FILMSTARS
Title: (Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool
Format: LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $22.00
"Repressed, originally released for Record Store Day 2014. Munster Records presents, in a co-release with Discos Alehop!, the three official singles of the British band Teenage Film Stars reissued on vinyl for the first time: "(Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool" (Clockwork Records), "The Odd Man Out" (Wessex Records/Blueprint Records) and "I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape" (Fab Listening Records). After self-releasing two records with his band O Level, in 1979 Ed Ball continued the path of 60s-influenced new wave pop already present in that bands The Malcolm EP (1978), now under the name Teenage Filmstars. In this new adventure he was accompanied by his school friends Dan Treacy and Joe Foster (both members of Television Personalities). With their help, Ball released a first single in September 1979 featuring two songs: the A-side was taken by "(Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool" (a tremendous chorus-song) and the B-side contained "Sometimes Good Guys Dont Follow Trends" (a comment on youth culture). The song "(Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool" received support by John Peel and reached certain fame in the UK and the United States, where it was interpreted as an homage to John Lennon. June 1980 saw the release of their second single, titled "The Odd Man Out," where Teenage Filmstars offered as the lead track a catchy ska-pop number in the vein of Madness. The other side featured "I Apologise," a beautiful pop melody punctuated by the kind of guitars characteristic of the revival mod bands of the time. Their last single, from November 1980, included the track from their repertoire with the biggest potential, "I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape" (re-recorded in 1982 for Balls next project, The Times, again along with Dan Treacy), an homage to the actor Patrick Joseph McGoohan, who worked on the late 1960s cult TV series "The Prisoner." The singles other side featured "Were Not Sorry," a power pop nugget which links them with bands such as The Jam and Merton Parkas (who were mocked on one of the two sleeves of "(Theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool"). This compilation also includes two tracks never released on vinyl until now which were recorded in April 1979, in the style of O Level: "Hes a Professional" (anti-military punk-pop) and the folk-punk anthem "The John Peel March," dedicated to the legendary BBC radio host and great supporter of new bands. This retrospective is completed with a recording session dated to November 1980 which produced three tracks ("Storybook Beginnings," "Dressing Up for the Cameras" and "The Sun Never Sets") which further explore the power pop-mod sound that Ed Ball would develop in his next band The Times. Ed Balls music career would continue into the 1980s and 1990s in bands such as Television Personalities (until 1985), The Times (until 1999) and many more projects, including four albums as a solo artist." - Munster.

Artist: V/A
Title: La Ciudad Secreta: The Experimental Sounds of Barcelona 1971-1991
Format: Triple LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $37.00
“At the end of the 1960s, perhaps due to its proximity to Paris, Barcelona had become the forefront of the avant-garde and the entryway in Spain of new forms of cultural expression from Europe and the United States. Musically, that characteristic resulted in a middle-class underground that would play the part of a late local counterculture which gave birth to the so-called Barcelonés progressive rock of 1969-1973. It featured bands such as Máquina!, Om, Música Dispersa, and so on. Material from that period would take decades to be re-appreciated and get the same reissue treatment as Barcelonas jazz-rock scene, its continuation, and punk, its executioner, the latter two being particularly prolific genres in Barcelona in the late 70s and 80s. Concurrent with progressive rock, the trigger for another explosion of creativity -- still more prolific and experimental and, consequently, more obscure and marginal -- was developing in the underground of the city. This movement, breaking away from free jazz, branched out throughout two decades into electronic, punk, industrial, improvisation, noise music, art rock and even singer-songwriter music. It wasnt so much a scene, technically speaking, as it was an eclectic series of individuals and circumstances which Munster has the privilege of compiling here in the interest of recovering a lost legacy. Its a legacy that collectively we could and should value as something as stimulating and multi-faceted as that of Krautrock, the Canterbury scene or Rock In Opposition. That eclectic experimental eruption also encouraged the first known independent record labels in Spain and likewise served as a laboratory for new technologies, rethinking formats and declaring strategies. The artists of the experimental frontline collected here make up a dynamic melting pot thats still surprising in its color and its idiosyncrasies, in its innovative sounds and in its capacity for survival in a hostile environment. This movement also established valuable connections in France and England, taking part in a fruitful exchange with networks like mail art, the International Cassette Network and independent radio, in particular the local station Radio PICA, where many of the musicians in Barcelona had their own programs. Some of the keys to that ubiquity were self-management and self-released recordings, cooperativism and DIY ethics. This included the invention of a set of technologies that produced signal generators, oscillators, synthesizers and other homemade devices. Still, you would need an entire book -- there is one in fact, published only in Spanish -- to get the whole picture of this intrepid adventure. The 29 songs compiled here, all remastered, mostly unreleased and nearly impossible to find, give testimony of that adventure, about its existence and its timelessness. The 12-page booklet features extensive notes in English by journalist Jaime Gonzalo, plus numerous band photos and memorabilia.” - Munster.

Artist: V/A
Title: Sombras: Spanish Post-Punk and Dark Pop 1981-1986
Format: 4 LP Box
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $92.00
Quadruple LP boxed set. - Includes a 16-page booklet with an essay in Spanish and English by journalist Jesús Rodríguez Lenin and contributions by Beatriz Alonso Aranzábal (Los Monaguillosh) andCarlos Entrena (Décima Víctima), plus many artist photos and memorabilia. Sombras is the first compilation to survey in depth the darker side of the fledgling, vibrant music scene of Spain in the early 80s. Featuring 42 artists, including essential names such as Parálisis Permanente, Décima Víctima, Desechables, Gabinete Caligari,Derribos Arias, Ana Curra, Polansky y el Ardor, Los Monaguillosh,Alphaville, Claustrofobia, Agrimensor K, Matrona Impúdica,Ultratruita, Ceremonia, New Buildings, and many more. Both formats include booklets with an essay in Spanish and English by journalist Jesús Rodríguez Lenin and contributions by Beatriz Alonso Aranzábal (Los Monaguillosh) and Carlos Entrena (Décima Víctima), plus many artist photos and memorabilia. "The damn Movida. The best that can be said of that phenomenon is that it was the starting point and the trigger of something else, of another movement that garnered no fame but was far more interesting musically and intellectually, although the glow of glamour went to the fatuous flames of superficiality. This other movement, in contrast, had neither name nor anyone singing its praises. It centered on the existential angst described by the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard instead of the jovial innocence of silly pop in the late 70s and the very early 80s of the last century. It wasnt a time for joking around. The outlook was grim and, logically, after a few years that we had wanted to celebrate because of the death of Franco, murky and ominous images began to inhabit the collective subconscious of those youths who were apolitical by necessity. The most extraordinary paradox is that is that it was a light-hearted new wave group, Ejecutivos Agresivos, that served as the seed for this shift in orientation. Many characters came together in that group who were going to do a 180 on the music that was being made. Carlos Entrena, their singer, who would become one of the founders of the GASA label and the leader of Décima Víctima was there. Also there was Ignacio Gasca, a boy from San Sebastián known as Pochwho, after the breakup of Ejecutivos Agresivos, would form Derribos Arias. Jaime Urrutia was in the line-up, who would soon be the singer and guitarist of Gabinete Caligari. The band included Juan Luis Vizcaya, who had a brief stint as the drummer of Alaska y los Pegamoides. Also a member was Paco Trinidad, who would become another founder of GASA and who, with time, would become the main record producer of the 1980s (Hombres G, Duncan Dhu). The transition from one era to another even had an exact date: the 13th of November, 1982. On that day, in the auditorium of the Escuela de Caminos de Madrid, the last concert that Alaska y los Pegamoides played in Madrid took place, although none of the members themselves knew this for sure at the time. They gave to their fans, along with the tickets, a flexi-disc that included two unreleased songs -- Volar and El jardín -- both written by Eduardo Benavente (also of Parálisis Permanente), with a theme and style that had nothing to do with what Alaska y los Pegamoides had done so far. To wrap up that moment symbolically, the group that opened the show was Los Monaguillosh, who would shortly become one of the best-known bands of the nascent psychedelic siniestro sound." - Jesús Rodríguez Lenin.

Artist: V/A
Title: Tension: Spanish Experimental Underground 1980-1985
Format: CD
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $18.00
"It happened during the peak of the media excitement over the countercultural movement known as "Movida Madrileña." That DIY spirit, that in Spain was awakened later than in others due to the political ballast of nearly 40 years of dictatorship, had but one stage where not all of its protagonists could fit. Still, some even preferred to move away from the spotlight. Between 1980 and 1985, through the width and breadth of all of Spain, groups began to emerge that captured the fundamental essence of underground acts from other parts of the globe. New Yorks No Wave, the avant-garde pop of The Residents, the possibilities of technical manipulation or the less exhibitionist side of post-punk were adopted with the radical imagination, passion and freedom that comes from not having to answer to anyone. The success of those bands lay with breaking with the past and never looking back, burning their boats with each recording; they gave everything without expecting anything, making tension the criterion for quality. At a time when certain kinds of records werent easily available in Spain and the chances to see the most fearless foreign bands live were scarce, a number of people and small collectives, inevitably centered around Madrid and Barcelona, created a diverse scene of bands, labels and fanzines which slowly and bravely developed and gained followers across the whole country. Cities like New York, London and Berlin served as examples to follow. Within this varied group of artists there was room for industrial sounds, daring post-punk, out-rock, mutant funk, dark wave, weird dance music and pure experimentalism. Tensión is the first comprehensive compilation of this most daring side of the early 80s Spanish music scene. Most tracks reissued for the first time, plus two previously-unreleased tracks. Sleeve notes written by César Estabiel, illustrated with original artwork and memorabilia." -Munster.

Artist: V/A
Title: Tension: Spanish Experimental Underground 1980-1985
Format: Double LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $27.00
"It happened during the peak of the media excitement over the countercultural movement known as "Movida Madrileña." That DIY spirit, that in Spain was awakened later than in others due to the political ballast of nearly 40 years of dictatorship, had but one stage where not all of its protagonists could fit. Still, some even preferred to move away from the spotlight. Between 1980 and 1985, through the width and breadth of all of Spain, groups began to emerge that captured the fundamental essence of underground acts from other parts of the globe. New Yorks No Wave, the avant-garde pop of The Residents, the possibilities of technical manipulation or the less exhibitionist side of post-punk were adopted with the radical imagination, passion and freedom that comes from not having to answer to anyone. The success of those bands lay with breaking with the past and never looking back, burning their boats with each recording; they gave everything without expecting anything, making tension the criterion for quality. At a time when certain kinds of records werent easily available in Spain and the chances to see the most fearless foreign bands live were scarce, a number of people and small collectives, inevitably centered around Madrid and Barcelona, created a diverse scene of bands, labels and fanzines which slowly and bravely developed and gained followers across the whole country. Cities like New York, London and Berlin served as examples to follow. Within this varied group of artists there was room for industrial sounds, daring post-punk, out-rock, mutant funk, dark wave, weird dance music and pure experimentalism. Tensión is the first comprehensive compilation of this most daring side of the early 80s Spanish music scene. Most tracks reissued for the first time, plus two previously-unreleased tracks. Sleeve notes written by César Estabiel, illustrated with original artwork and memorabilia." -Munster

Artist: VON LMO
Title: Tranceformer (Future Language 2.001)
Format: Double LP
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $27.00
Deluxe gatefold double LP version, with notes and photos, of VON LMOs post-RED TRANSISTOR solo LP. "2003 release. Sci-fi avant-garde music from futuristic punk pioneer, Von Lmo. Way before Devo, and while the first man was landing on the moon, this astonishing character who addressed himself as Von Lmo was already experimenting with drums and synthesizers. From his records, you could count on a muscular kind of insect music, like Devo, Chrome, Residents, Suicide or Silver Apples. Von Lmo ripped up heavy punk loops with really abrasive feedback and high-end hurting. He looked like George C. Scott towards the end of Hardcore, demented and shell-shocked. Munster Records now reissues this material as Transformer (Future Language 2.001), off of his Future Language album, originally released in 1981 -- a noisy and frenzied blend of wild-schizoid-futuristic punk." - Munster.

Artist: VON LMO
Title: Tranceformer (Future Language 2.001)
Format: CD
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $18.00
"2003 release. Sci-fi avant-garde music from futuristic punk pioneer, Von Lmo. Way before Devo, and while the first man was landing on the moon, this astonishing character who addressed himself as Von Lmo was already experimenting with drums and synthesizers. From his records, you could count on a muscular kind of insect music, like Devo, Chrome, Residents, Suicide or Silver Apples. Von Lmo ripped up heavy punk loops with really abrasive feedback and high-end hurting. He looked like George C. Scott towards the end of Hardcore, demented and shell-shocked. Munster Records now reissues this material as Transformer (Future Language 2.001), off of his Future Language album, originally released in 1981 -- a noisy and frenzied blend of wild-schizoid-futuristic punk." - Munster.

Artist: VOX POP
Title: Cab Driver/Just Like Your Mom
Format: 7"
Label: Munster
Country: Spain
Price: $9.00
"1980 single by legendary L.A. punk band Vox Pop, featuring Jeff Dahl and members of the Germs, Grave 45, Consumers and Nervous Gender." -Munster.

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