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Blondie – Walnut Street Theater

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Blondie live from the Walnut Street Theater in Center City Philly, T-Rex cover with Johnnyh Thunders on the last track.

Walnut Street Theater, Philadelphia 11-06-78

01 – X-Offender
02 – Hanging on the Telephone
03 – Picture This
04 – 11;59
05 – Pretty Baby
06 – Your Presence Dear
07 – Sunday Girl
08 – Denis
09 – Im on the E
10 – Im Gonna Love You
11 – One Way Or Another
12 – Get it on [With Johnny Thunders]

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Blondie Philly 78

Irate Youth

Irate Youth

Irate Youth – Rob Sellers – vocals, Tom Allen – guitar, Mike Mash – guitar, Steve Rhoads – bass, Mark Fry – drums from Pottstown PA. They played at Unisound in Reading a bunch of times and recorded just this one 4-song tape. Mark Fry was later briefly in The Black Hand and then The Piss Shivers for a few years. There was also a video tape recorded live at Unisound floating around in the 1990s. (I couldn’t find it online)
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Demo 1991

01-Irate Youth
02-Uncureable
03-Hate to See You Go
04-Sellout

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M-Fakter

M-Fakter
Philly band started in 1983 by Dan McKay on guitar, bass & synth and Paul Della Pelle (Ruin, Helios Creed, Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School Of Medicine, Nik Turner ) on drums, percussion & vocals as an experimental music performance project. Bassist Clennie “Pop” Lewis was added shortly after then they released this 7″ in 1984. Multi-instrumentalist Doug Hilsinger (Bomb, Gift Horse) on guitar, synth, drums & vocals was added to the group in 1986 to round out the sound and to provide a more dynamic live stage show.
Check out their Reverbnation page, that I stole the band info above from.

A – War Dance
B – Macro Biotic Funk

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M-Fakter – WKDU Band Bash October 5, 1985

Fleshtones – London Victory Club, Philadelphia 9-28-82

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Garage rock superheroes The Fleshtones Live from the London Victory Club in Philly on 9-28-82 – Tape is good quality from a radio broadcast not sure what station.
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II
01-Captivate Me
02-Instrumental
03-Screamin Skull
04-Ride Your Pony
05-Shadow Line
06-Sting Ray Dancers
07-The Drag
08-Whats So New (About You)
09-Ive Gotta Change My Life
10-Boss Hoss
11-All Around the World
12-Burnin Hell
13-Roman Gods
14-Nobody But Me
15-Vindicators Theme
16-Time Has Come Today
17-Stop Foolin Around

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http://www.meidle.com/FreedomHasNoBounds/mp3/Fleshtones-London-Victory/09-Ive%20Gotta%20Change%20My%20Life

Meet Cafe Tape Compilation (Canada 1984)

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This compilation cassette was released by Meet Cafe fanzine from Vancouver, British Columbia.
Includes:
Fatal Existence – Fatal Existence was from Reading Pennsylvania and formed in June 1983
Red Tide – Punk Rock band from Victoria, British Colombia, Canada.
Dead End (Canada)
Mere Mortals (USA)
The Bill Of Rights – The Bill Of Rights formed in 1984 in Vancouver B.C., Canada.
Immoral Minority – Pure Vancouver H/C from the 80’s
Silent Minority (Canada)
Polkaholics – 80s band from Toronto, Canada
Hates – Punk band from Houston, Texas, USA. Formed in 1978
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II
Review from Maximum Rocknroll, No. 16 (Aug 1984)

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01 – Fatal Existence – Oppressive Police (USA)
02 – Fatal Existence – A Living Hell (USA)
03 – Red Tide – Cruise Missle (Canada)
04 – Red Tide – Tomatarama (Canada)
05 – Red Tide – Reagan Sucks (Canada)
06 – Dead End – Sheep Dont Care (Canada)
07 – Dead End – World So Shit (Canada)
08 – Mere Mortals – Liquid Laugh (USA)
09 – Mere Mortals – Do 2079 (USA)
10 – Bill of Rights – Drunk Government (Canada)
11 – Immoral Minority – Practice What You Preach (Canada)
12 – Immoral Minority – Madagascar (Canada)
13 – Silent Minority – Jazz Drums (Canada)
14 – Silent Minority – What is Freedom (Canada)
15 – Polkaholics – Zap the Universe (Canada)
16 – Hates – Also Watched (USA)
17 – Hates – Punk 1301 (USA)
18 – Hates – No Talk (USA)
19 – Fatal Existence – Alienated (USA)
20 – Fatal Existence – Grand Ol Flag (USA)
21 – Mere Mortals – Deaths Door (USA)
22 – Mere Mortals – Normal (USA)
23 – Immoral Minority – Theyre Cowards (Canada)
24 – Immoral Minority – Die Democratic (Canada)

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Lyric Sheets

Lyrics A

Lyrics B

Grieving Eucalyptus

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Grieving Eucalyptus were from Topton/Mertztown area of Berks County. They played a lot at Unisound in Reading. This tape is one of their earliest releases. You can  listen to their full length cd on the FOE site.
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Left Cheek Sneak tape (1993)

01. Dmitri The Vulture
02. Topton
03. Why
04. Dach
05. Ska On You
06. Ned Tomed
07. Underground Lawn Ornaments

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D Generation

D Generation
D Generation was a Glam/Punk/Rock band originally around from 1991-1999 Jesse Malin is the singer who is now a well known solo artist. Jesse and guitarist Danny Sage were in the New York Hardcore band Heart Attack who released a couple of records in the early 1980s. The bass player was Howie Pyro who in 1978-79 was in a New York Punk band called The Blessed.(with the late Walter Lure) and Michael Wildwood on drums
Here are three live tapes from the mid-90s from Barbary, Dobbs & Khyber.
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Barbary

Barbary, Philadelphia 11-06-92

01 – No Way Out
02 – Guitar Mafia
03 – Feel Like Suicide
04 – Vampire Nation
05 – Soda Jerk
06 – Wasted Years
07 – Frankie
08 – Degenerated

Dobbs

J.C. Dobbs, Philadelphia 3-27-93

01 – Wasted Years
02 – Feel Like Suicide
03 – No Way Out
04 – Working on the Avenue
05 – Frankie
06 – Vampire Nation
07 – Degenerated

Khyber

Khyber Pass, Philadelphia 6-11-94

01 – Frankie
02 – Stealin Time
03 – No Way Out
04 – Feel Like Suicide
05 – Sins of America
06 – Vampire Nation
07 – Degenerated

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Monkey 101 / Chino

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MONKEY 101

Paul Kowalchuk – Bass, Lead vocals
Arno – Guitar and vocals
Bob Turri – Drums and vocals
Stealing this description from the  Monkey 101 facebook page:
In 1989 a trio of young Philadelphia musicians helped to define the “low-fi” sound with their band Monkey 101. They were part of the Philadelphia rock scene that consisted of a handful of like-minded bands, notably Ashtray and Blue. Their debut single, French Feelings / Now That You Have Left Me, released on the local Siltbreeze record label became an instant classic. Other bands on Siltbreeze at the time, such as Guided by Voices and Sebadoh, were huge fans as well as other contemporary artists including Pavement and Superchunk. While Monkey 101 were mysterious at the time, not playing many high-profile gigs, (perhaps the most important a memorable appearance at the 1990 CMJ convention with Gumball) they have since become a happy distant memory to many fans of independent rock music.
They did, however, record an LP worth of material in 1990. Recorded one weekend in John Oates’s garage in Norristown, PA., David Lowe engineered the recording. This recording session included almost all of Monkey 101’s entire catalogue. Spirited performances abound. This was a band captured at its artistic peak. Thankfully, it looks like soon the LP (Rusts Smut and Heart Rot) will be released by Sister Raygun Records
They also have one track on the Rave comp Please! Don’t Lick The Walls.
For now here are their 2 – 7 Inches:

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French Feelings 7″

A – French Feelings
B – Now That You Have Left Me

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Transistor 7″

A1 – Transistor
A2 – The Method Of My Machinery
B1 – Kentucky Woman
B2 – The Man Who Sells His Votes
B3 – Burgundy Wine

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Chino

Chino was formed in the mid-90’s by ex-Monkey 101 singer, bassist and songwriter Paul K.  Mike Schuldt plays drums while Rob Feeney writes some songs and plays the guitar. Chino has played shows throughout the Philadelphia region with dozens of bands including RunHideFight, Poppy and Jukebox Zeros. Their most notable appearances were opening some shows for Guided by Voices. Paul’s songwriting has been praised by artists as diverse as Alejandro Escovedo to Robert Pollard and now everyone can enjoy these songs.

Best of Firsts by chino

A couple of pictures I took from the Record Exchange 30th anniversary block party plus some flyers & record covers.

Christian Science A.D.

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Christian Science A.D. – Matt Kramer – Vocals, Adam Madiera – guitar, Evan Morey – guitar, Jeff “The Hitman” Hartman – bass, Tim Kerschner – drums. They were from Mertztown/Shamrock area of Berks County. Several members were previously in the band Rancid Posie. This 7inch was self released by the band in 1995 on their own Fugly Records label and was their first record. After this one was released Tim left and Bob Spotts took over as the drummer. In 1996 a CD was released on the Motherbox label from New York and a year later they had a split 7inch ep released on the Obese Records label from New Jersey. They mainly played around Southeastern Pennsylvania. The band split up in 1997 and most members went on to other bands.

01. Punk Rock Show
02. I Can’t Wait
03. Hiroshima Hotsauce
04. My Abduction

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