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Go through girls like I go through fines… But I’ll never leave my car.

MAN AND MACHINE b/w PEACE THRU’ POWER

GROUPS FIRST RECORDING SESSION spring 1982

(Ron Emory and Mike Roche knew who they were )

"Posh and Jack both say: Please don't drink and drive!

“Posh and Jack both say: Please don’t drink and drive!

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Limited Edition On Colored Vinyl

Knowing that True Sounds of Liberty or T.S.O.L. are in Europe having fun NOW…makes it all seem worth while. Jack Grisham has come out with a few books as well. These guys went through many changes through the years…some good and some bad. Regardless time shows no mercy.  Here is another Limited Edition on Colored Vinyl as the kids that they once were. Mr. Posh Boy gave them the push they needed and so this is a little bit of THEIR special PUNK ROCK history.

Poo Poo Pee DOO FOR NOSTAGIA!!

The Paisley Underground

Salvation Army Flipside Fanzine


The Three O’ Clock are playing at the Glass House tonight in Pomona CA. which is more than an hour and 7 minutes from where I live, but with traffic much more on the way there. This means if I want to drink some beer that is a hell of a risk that I would be taking on the way back, late in the wee hours of morn. Ya, when I was a youngster nothing would stop me from seeing my favorite bands. Critical thinking has really ruined my fun life. I feel blessed that I saw this band many times in my youth. They are a unique band who are now associated with the Paisley Underground; but they got their momentum from the early Los Angeles underground punk rock scene. We loved them. Their music dazzled us.  They once called themselves the Salvation Army.

As the story goes, I was very nasty to them when they changed their name. I apologize now with all my heart… also about the religious candle too with Jesus on it.  I made fun of it at Mr. Ricky Start aka Michael Quercio parents’ home.  I am sorry. The Bangs (Bangles) and The Salvation Army rained hard on the Los Angeles punk rock scene in the early 80s. It was always changing, a penumbra of style and ideologies. We were all growing up together.  This is when I learned that just because you loved a band, supported a band and offered them free promotion did not mean you had any rights to how they saw life. I found out the hard way. A band could drop you like a hot potato. Some did…but there were always other bands coming along that needed some help.

 


Picture by Christina ZamoraThanks goes to Christina Zamora for the psychedelic pictures taken at the Glass House


I’ve included an interview from Flipside Fanzine with The Three O’ Clock from their earlier years as Salvation Army. What they had to say is remarkably interesting too. Also, I am sharing a little psychedelic weirdness with you the reader. Salvation Army is on the cover of this issue. The advertisement on the back cover of Flipside 30 is Shattered Faith. Yes, both bands are playing on the same night which is kind of interestingly out there. Shattered Faith is playing at The Redwood Bar & Grill.


Picture by Christina Zamora


This does sting my heart a bit because you cannot be two places at the same time. The addiction to see bands, support them and know them personally…has somewhat passed. Yet, it is comforting to know both bands are still out there doing their thing and having fun.


Picture by Christina Zamora


8 buck at the Redwood seems more of a deal than 20 buck charged at the Glass House. Oh Boy, here goes my critical thinking again, I know the beers at the Redwood are awesome pints but I am not sure about the Glass House. This is my two bits on the history of a band and the present reality of that same band. April 2013.

Be more than a witness ~ Hudley

picture by Christina Zamora


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(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Three_O%27Clock)

http://www.theglasshouse.us/

http://www.theredwoodbar.com/2012/calendar.html

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(There are many Stories from the BIG PUNK ROCK this in just one of them…~Hudley )

Henry Rollins from Flipside Fanzine number twenty-eight

Interview with Black Flag 1980.

Just a little Punk Rock history…. who knew what the future would bring….??

This is an image from Los Angeles  Flipside Fanzine issue number 28 and it is one of my favorite pictures of Henry Rollins. He is fun, wild and curious. The photo is by Al Flipside.

Flipside Fanzine included an insert of our Fanzine number 28  for the Rodney On The ROQ Vol 2 Vinyl LP.

We teamed up with Rodney Bingenheimer of KROQ and Robbie Fields owner of Posh Boy Records.


To he man Henry…

Our goal was to support a growing Punk Rock scene which only had a small pool of promotional opportunities. This was a great time to support bands on this compilation.