Wild In The Streets Limited Edition on Colored Vinyl
in the heat of the summer
better call out a plumber
turn on the steam pipe
cool me off
Limited Edition on Colored Vinyl Spring 1980
Produced by Robbie Fields Mastered by Richard Simpson
It is the last day of August 2013 and the weather is unbearable humid and hot. Yet here in California I don’t need to remind you of this. It sucks…nor do I need to remind you of the lyrics to this 45 by the infamous California punk band the Circle Jerks. I say bad is good in their case. This is the Circle Jerks first recording session in the Spring of 1980. It is nice to have this 45. It is like having a treasure but really the treasure was living it years ago and its memory still shines in my heart… beat, beat beat…WILD!!!
wild running, running
Mrs. America, how’s your favorite son?
do you care just what he’s done? no!
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1980 Posh Boy Records Limited Edition on Colored Vinyl
Posh Boy left this for me. I never was much of a record collector. Back them they collected around us getting higher and higher as the years went by. So in our houses made of vinyl it got kind of tight. So many records reviews to do. So many bands wanting their promotional push. It is the same old story of kids, record labels and promoters. No matter the band the story is always an interesting one. I really don’t know what to do with this 45 now. It sits in a dark closet awaiting some eve of destruction… who knows??