Drag City resurrects the fantastic-Ç sound of THE FEMS. To do so, they had to-Ç travel back to the year 1982, when this-Ç single was pressed in some insignificant amount by the band-Ç and spread around the country, one copy at a time. The Fems-Ç represented early American hardcore punk at a time when-Ç speed wasnt necessary in order to punk out and the intersection of angst and humor was a common crossroads for aspirant-Ç songwriters. Hence, the barbed humor of Go To A Party" and-Ç "Is It Living?," alongside the primal screaming of "Order." The-Ç Fems were a legend in their hometown of Buffalo, presiding-Ç over energy-charged crowds with loads of sarcastic banter and-Ç making themselves a party favorite in the wide-open early 80s.-Ç Their 7-inch EP Go To A Party was recorded with the vocals,-Ç drums and bass closest to the mic and the guitar somewhere in-Ç the next room-but the low, rumbling sound that resulted is a-Ç unique vision from early punk days. For frustrated collectors, its a must-have-but not too many copies have been pressed,-Ç as part of our effort to duplicate the original release in every-Ç way." - Drag City.