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Another Fine Mess - Million Smiles


As requested by Trevor (also the name of one of my cats, coincidentally), here is the album by legendary Worcester band Another Fine Mess - Million Smiles.

This is in an early 90s indie rock/punk style and to be honest isn't really all that good, but what the hell.

Drop Zone Records 1994


01 - Another Fine Mess - Smile
02 - Another Fine Mess - Now Way Out
03 - Another Fine Mess - Million Miles Away
04 - Another Fine Mess - Yesterday
05 - Another Fine Mess - I Remember You
06 - Another Fine Mess - No Place
07 - Another Fine Mess - Was It Me
08 - Another Fine Mess - Hilary
09 - Another Fine Mess - Perfect Lemon Pop
10 - Another Fine Mess - Apologise
11 - Another Fine Mess - Glarehead

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A Witness - I Love You, Mr Disposable Razors 12"


(image) One of the more abrasive bands on the C86 compilation tape, A Witness are one of my favourite of the mid-80s Ron Johnson Records bands. The band was from Cheshire, they broke up after the guitarist's accidental death in 1989. This is their last single, posthumously released.

Vinyl Drip 1990


A - A Witness - I Love You, Mr Disposable Razors
B1 - A Witness - Tomorrow Never Knows
B2 - A Witness - Razors Lifestyle Mix

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Seize - Everybody Dies 7"


(image) I first heard a song off this single from one of Hyped 2 Death's Bad Teeth compilations. That series was dedicated to UK punk (hence the name) and has sadly been discontinued. I emailed Chuck at H2D and he said they stopped doing it because there were plenty of other people doing a better job of compiling the same stuff - I have to disagree, there were plenty of songs on the Bad Teeth comps I have that I haven't seen on any Killed By Death or Bloodstains Across The UK comps. I'd love to see a resurrected Bad Teeth series.

The band released a few other 7"s in the early 80s and in the late 80s a 12" with a different sound, almost like a C86-era indie band rather than a punk band. I'll post that record later.

Why Not Records 1982


A1 - Seize - Everybody Dies
A2 - Seize - 17 To 11
B1 - Seize - In For Me
B2 - Seize - Out Of Order

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Another Fine Mess - Demo Tape


(image) I grew up in Worcester, England, a city not known for its musical heritage. In fact it's a city not known for anything much apart from sauce. I was in my teens in the early 90s and started going to see bands play in pubs like the Horn & Trumpet. Another Fine Mess were the best band I saw there, although I have to give a shout out to the Berts as well.

This is their demo tape from I guess around 1993 or so. It's indie/punk in a sort of Mega City Four style. I think the highlight of this band's career was probably opening for Pop Will Eat Itself.

They released one album "Million Smiles" which I may post later if anyone cares.


1 - Was It Me
2 - What Do You Know
3 - Million Miles Away

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Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias - Snuff Rock 7"


(image) I'm not sure if the band's name was officially Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias or Alberto Y Los Trios Paranoias (the latter seems to make more sense) but it's spelt Lost on this single.

The Albertos were a comedy musical troupe, for this release they spoofed the 1977 punk scene, and in doing so produced one of my favourite punk songs ever - "Kill". The rest of this EP's not bad either, although the reggae song sucks. The band's stage show at this time ended with the singer faking his suicide, hence the title Snuff Rock.

Stiff Records 1977


A1 - Kill
A2 - Gobbin' On Life
B1 - Snuffin' Like That
B2 - Snuffin' In A Babylon

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Victory Acres / Joke Flowers split LP


This was a request of mine kindly filled by Donut Duck from The Blasting Concept

Released on Placebo Records, home to the JFA, the US Conflict etc.

Featuring members of Meat Puppets, Mighty Sphincter, Feederz & Sun City Girls.


Dangerous Girls - Man In The Glass 7"


The Dangerous Girls were from Birmingham, England, and guess what - THERE WERE NO GIRLS IN THE BAND! Blimey. The band name came from a newspaper headline.

I was happy to note that both this and their first (eponymous) single was recorded really near to where I grew up - Kempsey in Worcestershire, I believe at the same studio as the 1st Lurkers album. Both sides of the 1st single have just been reissued on Messthetics, so I'm posting this one instead - the B side has been on one of the older bootleg Messthetics albums. The song Dangerous Girls is an all-time classic. So Buy Messthetics!

Human Records 1980


A - Dangerous Girls - Man In The Glass
B - Dangerous Girls - MO7S

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Jeri Rossi - I Left My Heart But I Don't Know Where 7''


(image) Jeri Rossi used to be in Your Funeral, about whom I know nothing, so if anyone has any of their stuff please let me know! This is all she released solo, unless I'm mistaken. The A-side was reissued on Hyped 2 Death's Homework series a few years ago.

Local Anesthetic 1983


A - Jeri Rossi - I Left My Heart But I Don't Know Where
B - Jeri Rossi - It's A Mans Mans Mans World

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Pocket Fishrmen - The Leader Is Burning 7"


(image) First heard of this single because it was in that box of John Peel's favourite records. Found a copy of it not long afterwards in a shop in Camden.

The band later released an album called Future Gods Of Rock in 1993, but it's not up to much unfortunately. Unlike this single!

Noiseville Records 1989


A - Pocket Fishrmen - The Leader Is Burning
B - Pocket Fishrmen - Yr Story

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Stretchheads - Five Fingers Four Thingers A Thumb A Facelift And A New Identity LP


(image) Jarring post-hardcore noise rock from Scotland here. A bit like the Ex but more abrasive and swapping the politics for absurdism. With added Kylie Minogue cover.

Moksha Records 1988


A01 - Stretchheads - Fans
A02 - Stretchheads - Long Faced German
A03 - Stretchheads - Headache
A04 - Stretchheads - Asylum Suck
A05 - Stretchheads - Skinrip
A06 - Stretchheads - Yiddish Yoddle
A07 - Stretchheads - Shape & Cleanse
A08 - Stretchheads - Land Of Ming
A09 - Stretchheads - Rex Perplexed
A10 - Stretchheads - Semtex
A11 - Stretchheads - Untitled
B01 - Stretchheads - I Should Be So Lucky
B02 - Stretchheads - Confront
B03 - Stretchheads - Sidatorium
B04 - Stretchheads - Spleng
B05 - Stretchheads - Archive Footage Of A Fish
B06 - Stretchheads - Jaw Box
B07 - Stretchheads - Chicken Fish
B08 - Stretchheads - Everything's Going To Brake In A Minute
B09 - Stretchheads - Illness
B10 - Stretchheads - Cancer
B11 - Stretchheads - Shut Up

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VA - Life's Tough For The Stupid 2x7"


(image) Double 7" compilation of scumrock from this Philadelphia label.

Rave Records 1990


A - More Fiends - Big Tea Party
B - Starvation Army - Conquistador
C - Big Thing - De Nile
D - Reverb Motherfuckers - Ballad

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The Runs - Bun In The Oven 7"


(image) As far as I know this is the Runs' only single. The band was from Buntingford, Hertfordshire. It was only released in Germany with a picture sleeve, which I managed to find. It has the same song on both sides, but some of the more risque words are bleeped out on the Censored version - not that they're particularly rude - it's just stuff like "pill" and "coil".

Rocktopus Records 1980


A - Bun In The Oven
B - Bun In The Oven (Censored)

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This Country


I'd like to dedicate this tune to the citizens of London.


Happy Flowers - My Skin Covers My Body LP


(image) Brilliant noise rock from Mr Anus & Mr Horribly Charred Infant!

Homestead Records 1987.


A1 - Happy Flowers - The Sun That Burns
A2 - Happy Flowers - Left Behind
A3 - Happy Flowers - Jenny Tried To Kiss Me At Recess
A4 - Happy Flowers - Toastfire
A5 - Happy Flowers - Why Didn't You Tell Me You Were Bringing Home A Baby
A6 - Happy Flowers - Mom, I Gave The Cat Some Acid
B1 - Happy Flowers - Not Fade Away
B2 - Happy Flowers - I'm Bored
B3 - Happy Flowers - Let Me See Your Hand
B4 - Happy Flowers - Stop Eating
B5 - Happy Flowers - I Wet The Bed Again
B6 - Happy Flowers - If It Was Broken You'd Be Screaming
B7 - Happy Flowers - Love Theme From Kiss

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Infest - No Man's Slave 12''


(image) This is a posthumous release from this legendary extreme hardcore band. The music was recorded in 1995, the vocals were added in 2000. You can't tell though - this could just have well have been made in their heyday in the late 80s. Awesome hardcore thrash!!!

Deep Six Records 2002.


A01 - Infest - Cold Inside
A02 - Infest - Feeling Mean
A03 - Infest - Sick Machine
A04 - Infest - Upright Mass
A05 - Infest - Terminal Nation
A06 - Infest - In His Name
A07 - Infest - Behind This Tongue
A08 - Infest - What's Your Claim
A09 - Infest - True Violence
A10 - Infest - Sickman
A11 - Infest - Punchline
A12 - Infest - Contact
B01 - Infest - Effort Falls Down
B02 - Infest - You're A Star
B03 - Infest - Freeze Dried
B04 - Infest - Rabid Pigs
B05 - Infest - Lying To Myself
B06 - Infest - Nazi Killer
B07 - Infest - My World... My Way

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Bogshed - Brutal LP


(image) Yes, more indie. I've got Infest coming, don't worry.

Bogshed were one of the harsher bands on the C86 compilation. Nowadays C86 stands for the twee/indiepop bands like Pastels/Shop Assistants/Talulah Gosh etc (which I also love) but there was a lot of left-field stuff like Big Flame, Stump, Shrubs etc on there as well.

Shelfish Records 1987.


A1 - Bogshed - Raise The Girl
A2 - Bogshed - Geoff's Big Problem
A3 - Bogshed - Old Dog New Dance
A4 - Bogshed - No To Lemon Mash
A5 - Bogshed - I'm The Instrument
A6 - Bogshed - Opportunatist Knocks
B1 - Bogshed - People Equal Greedy
B2 - Bogshed - Sing A Little Tune
B3 - Bogshed - C'Mon Everybody
B4 - Bogshed - Uncle Death Grip
B5 - Bogshed - Spring
B6 - Bogshed - Loaf

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Big Stick - Crack'n'Drag LP


(image) Experimental post-hardcore (well that's kind of misleading, there is really nothing to do with hardcore here, but it's that era so in the absence of a meaningful genre name it'll do - it's post-hardcore like say the Butthole Surfers are post-hardcore) band from the mid-late 80s. "John Peel Faves" (c).

This I think is a comp of 2 EPs - Crack Attack & Drag Racing.

Blast First 1988.


A1 - Big Stick - Crack Attack
A2 - Big Stick - Crack Attack (Remix)
A3 - Big Stick - Billy Jack Paddy Wack
A4 - Big Stick - I'm Amazed
A5 - Big Stick - Friends & Cars (Live At Folk City)
B1 - Big Stick - Shoot The President
B2 - Big Stick - Drag Racing
B3 - Big Stick - I Look Like Shit
B4 - Big Stick - Hell On Earth
B5 - Big Stick - Jesus Was Born (On An Indian Reservation)

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VA - Human Music 2xLP


(image) This is a double LP sampler from Homestead Records, 1988. Some older stuff like Urinals, Embarrassment, a lot of New Zealand/Flying Nun bands, perhaps the only place you'll find the Pastels and GG Allin on the same record? I think a few of these tracks are exclusive to this release. The Bastro song is a different version I'm pretty sure. Death of Samantha do a Pink Fairies cover - one of my favourite early 70s bands.


A1 - Verlaines - Doomsday
A2 - Big Dipper - He Is God
A3 - Live Skull - Alive Again
A4 - Honor Role - Lives Of The Saints No. 135 (Naked Wife)
A5 - Urinals - I'm Like You
A6 - My Dad Is Dead - Time Has Come Today
B1 - Great Plains - Standing At The Crosswords
B2 - Half Japanese - Charmed Life
B3 - Salem 66 - Red Barn (Live)
B4 - American Music Club - I'm In Heaven Now
B5 - Pastels - Coming Through
B6 - Nice Strong Arm - Aberration
C1 - Bastro - Flesh-Colored House
C2 - Phantom Tollbooth - Quest
C3 - Tall Dwarfs - Gravity
C4 - Volcano Suns - Ultravixen
C5 - Antietam - Stanley
C6 - Membranes - Wounded Bull In Victorian England
C7 - Happy Flowers - I Wish I Was Adopted
D1 - Chills - Party In My Heart
D2 - Yo La Tengo - Somebody's Baby
D3 - Embarrassment - Two-Week Vacation
D4 - Clean - Oddity (Live)
D5 - Death Of Samantha - Do It
D6 - GG Allin - I'm A Gypsy Motherfucker

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Velvet Monkeys - Rotting Corpse Au Go-Go LP


(image) I'm not sure when this came out. Google tells me 1987, 1989, 1990 etc. It doesn't say anywhere on the sleeve, insert or record. This is a comp of stuff from Everything Is Right cassette (1981) and Future LP (1983).

This band is basically Don Fleming (better known for producing rather than making music) and whoever else he has around to record with. This record is great - I also had at one time Rake (1990) which unfortunately sucks.

Shimmy Disc Records.


A1 - Velvet Monkeys - All The Same
A2 - Velvet Monkeys - Everything Is Right
A3 - Velvet Monkeys - See You Again
A4 - Velvet Monkeys - You're Not There
A5 - Velvet Monkeys - Evelyn Marble
A6 - Velvet Monkeys - Favorite Day
A7 - Velvet Monkeys - World Of
B1 - Velvet Monkeys - Drive In
B2 - Velvet Monkeys - Any Day Now
B3 - Velvet Monkeys - Nothing Unusual
B4 - Velvet Monkeys - Bad-Dirty Blood
B5 - Velvet Monkeys - Second Avenue
B6 - Velvet Monkeys - Velvet Monkey Theme
B7 - Velvet Monkeys - Future

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No Trend - Too Many Humans LP


(image) No Trend were a Flipper/PiL-influenced avant/post-hardcore band from the DC area. They were a confrontational act and didn't fit in with the Dischord scene in Washington DC at the time. Which they were fine with, as they considered the HC scene to be just as conformist as the preppies etc.

This is their 1st album, my copy is on L'Invitation Au Suicide, a sub-label of New Rose Records. I think it was self-released in the US.

Most of No Trend's records are out of print, indeed it's rumoured the band threw the remaining copies into the audience at one of their gigs. AFAIK the only stuff available is a semi-legit comp of their 1st single and early demos/live stuff on Teenbeat Records, and the unreleased Touch & Go album that was reissued a few years ago.


A1 - No Trend - Family Style
A2 - No Trend - Blow Dry
A3 - No Trend - Reality Breakdown
A4 - No Trend - Kiss Ass To Your Peer Group
A5 - No Trend - Fashion Tips For The 80's
A6 - No Trend - Do As You're Told
B1 - No Trend - Too Many Humans
B2 - No Trend - For The Fun Of It All
B3 - No Trend - Mindless Little Insects
B4 - No Trend - Happiness Is...

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Vomit Launch - Exiled Sandwich LP


(image) Vomit Launch were from Chico, California and were active from 1985-1992. This is their 1st proper LP on Rat Box Records from 1988. Prior to that they released a couple of EPs and a cassette.

My favourite Vomit Launch release is the Not Even Pretty (Plus) CD on Teenbeat, which unlike this album is still in print at Teenbeat Records. That includes an excellent cover of "Heart Of Darkness" by Pere Ubu, and my favourite VL song "Hallways".


A1 - Vomit Launch - Bad Acid
A2 - Vomit Launch - What Cross
A3 - Vomit Launch - Pretty Paper
A4 - Vomit Launch - Scraping Willows
A5 - Vomit Launch - Clowns Are Whores
A6 - Vomit Launch - Walk Don't Walk
A7 - Vomit Launch - Weird Song
B1 - Vomit Launch - Swirly Song
B2 - Vomit Launch - Weight Down
B3 - Vomit Launch - Exit Lines
B4 - Vomit Launch - Wane
B5 - Vomit Launch - Simon Says
B6 - Vomit Launch - Lift

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Kicking Giant - Secret Teenage Summer CS


(image) Here's another cassette-only release by Kicking Giant. This one came out on Loose Leaf in 1991.

If anyone has the January (1989) or Present (1992) cassettes I'd love to hear them.


A1 - Kicking Giant - Fuck The Rules
A2 - Kicking Giant - Go Girl (Riot)
A3 - Kicking Giant - &
A4 - Kicking Giant - The Way That You Are
A5 - Kicking Giant - Dead
B1 - Kicking Giant - Teen Angel
B2 - Kicking Giant - This Sex
B3 - Kicking Giant - If Not You
B4 - Kicking Giant - Rapid-C
B5 - Kicking Giant - Come In Colors

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VA - Earcom #3 2x7"


(image) 3rd and final issue in the series, this one is a double 7" instead of a 12". This one is interesting to me because of the inclusion of "Out Of Vogue" by the Middle Class, which was probably the 1st ever hardcore punk single, although that's a much disputed point. I wonder how much influence, if any, bringing this song to the UK might have had on the emerging faster bands starting up then (Discharge etc). They probably weren't aware of much of the American stuff at that point, at least I think that was the reason Alternative Tentacles put out the Let Them Eat Jellybeans comp a couple of years later. Which I might post later, I may even scan the poster if I can work out how to use the scanner!


A1 - Noh Mercy - Caucasian Guilt
A2 - Noh Mercy - Revolutionary Spy
B1 - Stupid Babies - Baby Blues
B2 - Stupid Babies - Baby Sitters
B3 - From Chorley - Tablecloth
C1 - D.A.F. - Ich Und Die Wirklichkeit
D1 - Middle Class - Out Of Vogue
D2 - Middle Class - Situations

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VA - Earcom #2 12"


(image) 2nd installment, also a 12", also 1979 on Fast Product. This one featured soon-to-be-huge Joy Division, although my favourite songs on this are Thursdays "Perfection" & Basczax "Karleearn Photography".


A1 - Thursdays - Perfection
A2 - Basczax - Celluloid Love
A3 - Basczax - Karleearn Photography
B1 - Joy Division - Auto-Suggestion
B2 - Joy Division - From Safety To Where
B3 - Thursdays - (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

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VA - Earcom #1 12"


(image) This 12" compilation came out in 1979 on Fast Product, who also released singles by Gang Of Four, Mekons and Dead Kennedys.

The music is in a post punk/DIY/lo-fi vein. Blank Students are a little more like conventional punk of the time.


A1 - Prats - Prats 2
A2 - Blank Students - Fun At The Fair
A3 - Graph - Drowning
A4 - Blank Students - Background Music
B1 - Prats - Inverness
B2 - Prats - Bored
B3 - Flowers - Criminal Waste
B4 - Flowers - After Dark
B5 - Guest Item - (My Baby Does) Good Sculptures

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