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Gang War & John Cale – Emerald City 05/06/80

In 1979, Johnny Thunders, legendary Heartbreakers and New York Dolls guitarist, teamed up with Wayne Kramer, also legendary guitarist of Detroit’s seminal MC5, to form Gang War, an alliance that lasted the best part of a year.
On May 6, 1980 Gang War played Emerald City in Cherry Hill NJ with legendary ex Velvet Underground founderJohn Cale. Unfortunately there was only 2 and half songs of John Cale’s set on the tape.

Gang War

Gang War- 01 – I’ll Go Crazy
Gang War- 02 – Ramblin’ Rose
Gang War – 03 – MIA
Gang War – 04 – Ten Commandments of Love
Gang War – 05 – Harder They Come
Gang War – 06 – I’d Rather Be With the Boys
Gang War – 07 – Pain
Gang War – 08 – Looking for a Kiss
Gang War – 09 – Do You Love Me

John Cale

John Cale – 01 – Walking the Dog
John Cale – 02 – Baby You Know
John Cale – 03 – Dead Or Alive(Partial)
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Thanks to Flipo from the Excuses for the files

Caterpillar – Demo Tape

Caterpillar was one of my favorite local bands in the 90s – I was hooked after hearing the title track off the Bus 6 7 inch. This is a demo tape without a lot of info on it but I assume it was before that 7inch and the previous one Velvet Ears.
The lineup of the band was:
Bass – Brenda DeFeo
Drums – Jack McInerney
Guitar – Dennis Davis
Guitar, Vocals – Mike Lenert

Mike Lenart also currently plays in Suffacox Mach 2 & was Lettuce Prey
Checkout more about Caterpillar at Tapewrecks.
or Facebook or Bandcamp

sideA

A1 – Slowlamenalopa
A2 – Romilar Jag (Live)
B1 – Ronald
B2 – Ed
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Side B
Thanks for the tape Marina.

The Deliriants & L.M.N.O.P.- Practice Tapes

The Eddie Beinlich tapes. Eddie thinks the LMNOP (who later became Doctor Bombay) tape is from their first ever practice. The Deliriants practice is one of their early ones probably before they played any shows and even decided on a band name. The Bill + Mark tape is a mystery. Eddie cannot remember why he has it and doesn’t play on it as far as he remembers. It’s on the a-side of the Deliriants practice tape and I think it is really good.

L.M.N.O.P. – Practice Tape 1 1984

01-Title Unknown.mp3
02-Title Unknown.mp3
03-Title Unknown.mp3
04-Title Unknown.mp3
05-Desire.mp3

Deliriants – Practice Tape 1-86

01-Unchain My Heat.mp3
02-Whats Going On.mp3
03-Shape of Things to Come.mp3
04-Hully Gully.mp3
05-Petty Baby.mp3
06-Let it All Hang Out.mp3

Bill + Mark Practice Tape (1986)

01-Title Unknown.mp3
02-Title Unknown.mp3
03-Title Unknown.mp3

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Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Executive Slacks – Ripley’s Music Hall

When I joined KDU Executive Slacks were the biggest band at the station for over 21 (or at least good fake ID) crowd. I was more in the all ages hardcore show faction so although I liked them I never actually got to see them live.
Their bandcamp page has a good description of the band:
They were one of the most groundbreaking bands to emerge out of Philadelphia in the early ‘80s, laying the sonic foundation for future acts such as Ministry, Skinny Puppy, and Nine Inch Nails. Yet the post-punk, proto-industrial sounds of Albert Ganss, Matt Marello, and John Young never earned the significant recognition it deserved.

I’m not sure what year this video was shot but it is from Ripley’s Music Hall so that narrows it down until early to mid 80’s.

Dangerous Minds article about their re-releases here
Executive Slacks Bandcamp Page

Thanks to Flipo from the Excuses for the video.

Jean-Paul Sartre Experience – JC Dobbs 7/27/93

The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience, later renamed JPS Experience after a lawsuit by the estate of Jean-Paul Sartre, were part of the 2nd wave of New Zealand’s Flying Nun Records Bands. I first heard them through their song Flex which was on the I’m In Love with These Times compilation and video comp. It was unlike any of the other bands on that and really stood out. They had a wide variety of sounds over their 3 albums and many eps. Most (maybe all?) is collected in I Like Rain: The Story Of The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience
My tape has no information on it but I believe this show was at JC Dobbs – part of the Noisyland tour with The Bats and Straitjacket Fits on July 27, 1993.

Links:

Big Takeover interview
Discogs
AudioCuture
Bandcamp Page

Live JC Dobbs 7/27/93

01 – Slip
02 – Spaceman
03 – Into You
04 – Elemental
05 – Kickback
06 – Block
07 – Flex
08 – Bleeding Star
09 – Up in the Sky
10 – Crush

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NYT article

Blue – Good Horse Demo 1st 7″ & Live on WKDU

good-horse

Blue Started in Athens, Ohio and then they moved to Philly post college.
Andrew Shapiro who played drums for Blue in 89-90 sent me these files (Thanks Andrew) I have a copy of the demo and was meaning to digitize it but now I  don’t have to do that. Plus as an added bonus he included 4 songs when they played on Jackie’s show on WKDU and the first 7″.
There other 7 inches and Solid State LP can be found here – http://pessimistclub.blogspot.com/2009/02/blue-solid-state-singles.html
As well as the Blastpheme” (1986) cassette here – https://pessimistclub.blogspot.com/2008/07/blue-blastpheme-1986.html

Later lineup for the album and later 7″s was
DaVid LoWe – VoCaLs, GTR
DaN – GTR, moog
P.K. – baSS, VoCaLs
JohN KuTZ – dRuMs

Good Horse Tape

01 – On Mama’s Knee
02 – Hold Tight
03 – In the Cold River
04 – Heart Felt Smokin
05 – Unknown
06 – Moon Light Pussy
07 – 969
08 – Ragdoll
09 – Good Horse

Live on KDU tape

Live on WKDU (12 – 1989)

01 – Detroit
02 – Foxy Lady
03 – Evil Snake
04 -unknown

7 inch cover

Angels On Hogs / Evil Snake 7″

01 – Angels On Hogs
02 – Evil Snake 
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