Endorphines Flyer
Endorphins were started by Paul Albert who was from Canada and doing a degree at University Of Pennsylvania. The line up on this demo was the original line up. Sometime after this recording Amy left and over the next few years they had a few different lead guitarists as fourth members. Paul Albert was the main song writer. In 1984 the band had a flexi disc released with The Bob music paper.

The band = Paul Albert – Vocals/Guitar, Pat Ream – Bass, Eddie Beinlich – Drums, Amy Rican – Electric Violin.
These demos were recorded at a studio in Old City that was at about 2nd and Spruce.

tape side a

Early Endorphins demos 1981
Hard Road
Bound For Glory
Why Lie
Atlantic City
Life Of Research
Save Uranus
Chateau

tape side b

Eddie Beinlich later played drums on the Mondo Topless Squish demo.
On these Endorphins recordings Frank Bower is the 4th member and is playing lead guitar on the practice recordings in 1983 and Jay Medley is playing lead guitar on the unreleased single. In 1984 the band had a 4-song flexi disc sold through the Philly music newspaper The Bob. In 1984 and 1985 they released a couplr of tapes and had several songs on several comp. tapes in the UK. In 1986 they had one song on the Beasts From The East com LP released on Voxx Records.

Session with Jack 8-19-82
title unknown (cut)
title unknown
Batman
The Beat Goes On
title unknown

Rehearsals 5-12 + 17-1983

Seven Day Itch [5-12-83].mp3
Rock The Dead.mp3
Surplus Sadness.mp3
Big City Crime.mp3
Fringe Benefits.mp3
I Know You Like It.mp3
Save Uranus.mp3
Express Breakdown.mp3
title unknown.mp3
Weird Love (cut) [Rehearsals 5-17-83].mp3
Weird Love.mp3
Big City Crime.mp3
Life Of Research.mp3
Waiting For The Man.mp3
Dead Monkeys.mp3
Hard Road.mp3
Suburban White Boy 1.mp3
Suburban White Boy 2.mp3
Pumpin’ For Jill.mp3
Rock The Dead.mp3

Unreleased Single 1984

Atlantic City
The Beat Goes On

MediaFire Zip of all files

Thanks for sending this to me Brett Noise Addiction II