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Blondie – Walnut Street Theater

Blondie-ticket
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

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

fleshtones
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

Fade To Black / Savage Silence

Savage Silence
Fade To Black and Savage Silence are the same band. They changed their name for reasons I can’t remember. Robin Grey became Robin Graves when she played bass for Serial Killers and the drummer on the Fade To Black tape was Miguel Gonzales who was the original drummer for Sadistic Exploits in 1980-1981.
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Fade To Black Cover
Fade to Black – Demo (1985)

01. Voices
02. Crazy World
03. Keepin’ It In
04. Rip It Out

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Savage Silence Cover
Savage Silence – Demo (1985)

01. Red
02. She Lies
03. Rip It Out

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Deliriants

Tape cover

The Deliriants were three former members of The Endorphins with a couple friends helping out. After The Endorphins broke up the three guys decided to stay together and do this cover band for fun and earn a bit of money out of it. Their set consisted of ’60s Garage classics plus a few Punk songs for fun. They played a few shows during 1984. This one was recorded through the soundboard. The exact location and date are lost but it took place in a barn somewhere outside of Philadelphia.

Tape

01. Night Time
02. Goo Goo Muck
03. Shape Of Things To Come
04. Unchain My Heart
05. Little Girl
06. title unknown
07. I Can’t Make It On Time
08. California Sun
09. I Fought The Law
10. Secret Agent Man
11. title unknown
12. What’s Going On (Inside My Head)
13. Hanky Panky
14. Pipeline
15. Homework
16. These Boots Are Made For Walking
17. The Wanderer
18. Tonight
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Doctor Bombay (L.M.N.O.P.)

Doctor Bombay Flyer

L.M.N.O.P. were Rob Windfelder on vocals, Greg Cowper on keyboards, Lisa Cortes (aka Palmyra Delran) on bass/guitar, Eddie Beinlich on Drums. This was the very first LMNOP show. Drummer Eddie left the band soon after. Later on the band changed their name to Doctor Bombay and released their 1st single in 1985 with an LP following in 1989. For their Dr Bombay 7″ they added Barbara McGough on Backing Vocals, Bob McKeown / Joe Ankenbrand on Drums & Greg Cowper on Keyboards. Then for the Car Crash Rage album it changed to Noelle Hoover (currently of Gibbous Moon) on Bass, Keyboards with Bob McKeown again on Drums. Palmyra Delran is also on the live recording with  Das Yahoos here. She later went on to play with Friggs and Pink Slip Daddy.
Here is their page on Discogs.
The insert pages for the LP had a lot of text so I included pdf versions + plus there was a fold over section so there are two versions:
Red Image Version & Black Image Version,
Thanks for the live tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

L.M.N.O.P. – Underground, Bensalem PA 1983

01 – Title Unknown
02 – No Way Out
03 – Desire
04 – Title Unknown
05 – Title Unknown
06 – Dogs on Wheels
07 – Title Unknown

7 inch

Dr. Bombay 7″

A1 – Bound and Gagged
B1 – Alone for You

Car Crash Rage LP

A1 – I Cant Touch You
A2 – The Light
A3 – What Kind of Trip Are You On
A4 – Foxtrot
A5 – Desire
B1 – No Way Out
B2 – Use the Door
B3 – Mechanical Pets
B4 – All Too Clear
B5 – Life in a Cage

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Deadspot

Deadspot were in my opinion the best of the Philly Metal crossover bands. They definitely had a more metalish sound but retained punk/hardcore ethos. For the demo tape the bass player was Richard Birch who was also the guitarist for Decontrol. One of the Deadspot songs from their tape was on the Philly comp: Disc Pan Hands. Deadspot’s line up featured Larry Horn (listed as The Kid) on drums, Mike Illes on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Paul Juestrich on lead guitar and Larry Leifheit on bass. Besides the Demo Tape I have included their first album Adios Dude and the 7 inch Built-In Pain.
Their 2nd album Built in Pain LP is still available to buy.
I’ve also included a couple of videos I put up on YouTube from Lenny Crunch (RIP) & flyers.

Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Demo Tape

01 – Another Day
02 – Deadspot
03 – Friday Night in Hell
04 – Powertool
05 – Suicide City
06 – Tonite
07 – Here and Now
08 – Hollywood
09 – Paris is Burning

Adios Dude LP

A1 – Addiction
A2 – Right Through You
A3 – Inside
A4 – Deadspot
A5 – Friday Night in Hell
B1 – This Means War
B2 – Powertool
B3 – Another Day
B4 – My Death
B5 – Jesus is My Best Friend

Built-In Pain 7″

A1 – Razors
A2 – T.V. Eye
B1 – Built in Pain

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Video

Deadspot from JC Dobbs

Deadspot @ Grendel’s Lair 10/20/85

McRad

 Dominant Force

I was given a few photos of McRad to put up so I originally was going to put up the videos (see below) and then add the Dormant Force EP but searching I found that “Dominant Force” & “Absence of Sanity” plus a few other tracks are combined on the Lion Pure 2LP available on bandcamp. So, instead here are a couple of Crunch videos, the new-old  photos and flyers.

McRad – CEC Philadelphia 2/18/84

McRad – Penn’s Landing Reggae Fest

First 2 photos from Brett (Noise Addiction II)

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