Shoot this is messed up because the original Flipside Video Nine produced at Flipside was in sink and had a nice continuity. Yet one can get a feel for it and the message from the bands listed. You can play the game, “I spy, that song and that band member.” So, the original CATALOG is a good outline of what is going on.
Thanks to the characters who posted these videos. I asked them to write up a little story about their journey with these tapes but no reply. Oh well, this is just my little project of gather our Flipside Products tighter in a place of love, peachy peace and prosperity.
I mean Intellectual Property is a good thing. If only a place where my grand children can see what their grandma was up to. Like me maybe eyeballing them in the future at the beginning of this video. Had to laugh. I like that. I think the message comes through. The punk rock patina shows though.
When Can I Sleep In Peace is one of our hottest videos yet, A action video waking up the viewer with the realities of a troubled world.
All the touring bands of this decade.
The video opens with the band MDC, with their song “Revolution In Rock.” And mixed through the video are three other songs of theirs “Corp. Death Burger,” “Blue by Day” and “Church and State.”
Then on to my fave band on this video the DICKS with three songs, “Sidewalk Begging,” “Hate the Police” and “No War.”
PREDITION from the out back make a slice in this video with the song “Diseases.” He don’t want it.
BGK play and sing an animal rights song call what else “Vivisection,” and a song called “Arms Race.”
And on to the big one, CONFLICT with two songs, “Which Ever You Want It” and “From Protest to Resistance.”
Oh boy, did we score when we got these songs from The Dead Kennedys. “Moral Majority” and “Chemical Warfare.”
And FINAL CONFLICT contributes one song call “Political Glory.”
And who could forget the SUBHUMANS with “Cradle To Grave.”
Then on to REAGAN YOUTH with “It’s A Beautiful Day.”
And our buddies from out back bring us a number called “Suppy Demise.”
Ending this video is the well-known band SCREAM with the very heart-warming song called “Solidarity.”