The line up on this one is spot on with the original Catalog line up. Even the Buddha Man blesses you with his tongue on this one. I will give you a free Ten-Year Anniversary Issue # 54 if you know who he really is. Yet only a hand full of people know.

Flipside Video Three.

Oh ya, now we open with the rad boys from Agent Orange. Live from Music Machine they play “Bloodstains” and “Shakin All Over.” Of course, this whole sequence was filmed with Al’s fisheye lens, lots of fun! And then on to an interview with the boyz. Watch Mike (singer) skate and play guitar at the same time.

Perkins Palace is the happening place with the Big Boys cause they move and groove with a couple of their good songs, “Why Can’t You See “and “History.”

Some older footage with American Hardcore make this tape a wonder, because you can see Drew Burnstein as a straight edge punk, before he went onto being a Crass punk and before he became a glitter Punk playing songs like “Running Backwards” and “Trash Your Love.” Taped at the Roller Works in Van Nuys.

Now you can’t miss M.I.A. play a couple of their best tunes. “Murder in A Foreign Place” and “Boredom is The Reason.” You can catch them at their peak at Perkins Palace. A Must!!!

Subterfuge, subterfuge, subterfuge, and not enough subterfuge. Though these guys have called the quits, you can catch them at their peak. Also, at Roxanne’s Bar with the son “Macho Man.” Subterfuge RIP

The infamous Ichabod’s in Fullerton brings us the Confederate. And they play one sparked up production for the song “American Farmboy.”

Our hero is on this video, the Darby Crash band performing an old Germs song “Ritchie Dagger” Live at the dead Starwood.

Ironically, Suicidal Tendencies follow the above performance with “I See Your Mommy” and “Suicidal Failure.” All at Perkins Palace.

Some old footage here too with the Killroy boyz at the good old Cathay De Grande. “Degeneration” is the song and a mini-interview also at Pop Burger in Woodland Hills.

And on to fun, fun, fun with the Toy Dolls preforming “Barry Manilow.”

And some Duty Dora party fun with the old wild and crazy fuckheads Mad Parade. They play “Animals Riot and “Tearing Down The Wall.” Fun Boyz.

No fu here with Eddie And The Subtitles cause they are talking about drugs. Live at Ichabod’s.

The peace punks get their say here wit two songs from Iconoclast, “Domination or Destruction” and “Battlefields.” Ya boyz tell us what you know about battlefields, I wanna know about peace.

The weird and bizarre freaky band that everyone used to ask about No Trend. And they sing about “Teen Love” live at the Cathay. The strobe lights knock you out, ya man, like a crazy square root.