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Wish You Were Hear: Crowdsurfing with the Black Lips & Coathangers

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

Last week the Black Lips returned to San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall with fellow Atlantans the Coathangers to promote Underneath the Rainbow, their latest release on Vice Records. (Incidentally, the Coathangers have their own new album out as well. It’s called Suck My Shirt on Suicide Squeeze.) It’s been three years since their last full-length Arabia Mountain came out and a few years since I’ve seen them live, so it was nice to see what garage punk’s bad boys have been up to.

The Black Lips are known for boisterous shows often splattered with booze, saliva, phlegm, urine, and blood. Having shot them at least half a dozen times in the past eight years (a couple of them at this very venue) and enduring countless kicks to the head, punches to the face, and haphazard crushing of my internal organs, I felt no special urgency to make my way to the front of the stage this time to witness their antics up close and personal. In fact, I didn’t plan to take any photos at all but, once they jumped on stage, I couldn’t not whip out my camera. The Black Lips are as dynamic and photogenic as ever, and I was pleased to see that Cole has perfected his ability to release and catch his own loogies from a variety of positions, without missing a note. They also added Zumi to saxophone and other assorted instruments to round out their sound.

From the side of the stage, it was fascinating to watch the seemingly endless procession of stagedivers and the reactions of those poor souls caught unawares by dirty Converses to the face. Were there always this many at a Black Lips show? And how does their jangly rock ‘n’ roll compel someone to jump headfirst into a crowd of strangers? But then I remembered: I did my share of stagediving and crowdsurfing when I first started going to shows as a teenager, regardless of the kind of music being played. In addition to being a rush, it was a way to physically connect with the music. On some occasions, it was the only escape out of the center of the pit in a very large arena.

For the encore, both Jared and Cole took turns surfing the crowd, and I’m sure the folks who were underneath and near them will remember those moments for the rest of their lives. On the off-chance they got a concussion and have very vague recollections of the night, they can turn to the following photos for proof.

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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The Coathangers, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

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Black Lips, 24 Mar 14 | Great American Music Hall, San Francisco

 

 

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Wish You Were Hear: Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, Wax Idols & Dancer at Slim’s

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

Kid Congo Powers has been cranking out the devil’s music since the late 1970s, when he first joined the Gun Club. He has since slung his axe with the Cramps and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, among others. Last week he stopped in San Francisco with the Pink Monkey Birds in support of their new album Haunted Head (In the Red Records). With guitarist Mark Cisneros and drummer Ron Miller, Kid Congo blew through a slew of swampy garage punk tracks from Haunted Head and also treated the crowd to several Gun Club songs, including “She’s like Heroin to Me,” “Jack on Fire,” and “For the Love of Ivy.” Kid Congo’s a seasoned performer and a real treat to finally behold in person.

One audience member, who apparently had come specifically because of Kid Congo’s involvement with the Gun Club, magically appeared at the front of the stage at the start of every Gun Club song. He stayed up front for the duration of the song–pumping his fists, whipping his long blond hair, shaking his beer, attempting to mosh with anyone within reach–before quietly disappearing to the back when the song ended. In hindsight I should’ve taken photos of him but oh well! At least I got photos of Dancer and Wax Idols, who opened the show. I arrived during Dancer’s last song, alas, but caught Wax Idols’ entire Siouxsie & the Bansheesinspired set. Here’s how the night went down.

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Dancer, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Wax Idols, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Wax Idols, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Wax Idols, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Wax Idols, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Wax Idols, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Wax Idols, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds, 11 Feb 14 | Slim’s, San Francisco

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Wish You Were Hear: Cheap Time in Oakland, 2/3/14

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Cheap Time, 3 Feb 2014 | Eli’s, Oakland, CA

Nashville’s Cheap Time are currently on tour, promoting their newest album Exit Smiles on In the Red Records. I caught them at Eli’s when they hit the Bay Area last week, at what was apparently their first show in Oakland in five years. If I recall correctly, 2009 was the year they were scheduled to play live on my radio show but had to cancel when their stuff was stolen the night before outside a pizza joint in Sacramento. Luckily, they’ve encountered no such mishaps on their tour thus far and I was finally able to check out their new bass player Jessica. I’ve seen at least three different bassists pass through the band and, I have to say, this is their best line-up yet. Jeffrey (guitar, vocals) and Ryan (drums) cranked out song after song like well-oiled machines, seamlessly segueing from one to the next, and Jessica kept up without a hitch. She was a pro at trading snarls with Jeffrey, tooawesome! Here are some shots from the show.

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FYI, they’re on tour through February.

2/11/2014 Fargo, ND Aquarium
2/12/2014 Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry
2/13/2014 Madison, WI Frequency
2/14/2014 Chicago, IL Empty Bottle
2/15/2014 Detroit, MI Lager House
2/16/2014 Cleveland, OH Happy Dogs
2/17/2014 Cincinnati, OH MOTR Pub
2/18/2014 Buffalo, NY Waiting Room
2/19/2014 New Haven, CT BAR
2/20/2014 Boston, MA Church of Boston
2/21/2014 Long Branch, NJ Brighton Bar
2/22/2014 Brooklyn, NY Union Pool
2/23/2014 New York, NY Mercury Lounge
2/24/2014. Philadelphia, PA. Nachohouse
2/25/2014 Baltimore, MD Metro Gallery
2/26/2014 Washington, DC DC 9
2/27/2014 Durham, NC The Pinhook
2/28/2014 Charlotte, NC Snug Harbor
3/1/2014 Asheville, NC The Moth Light

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Wish You Were Hear: Mikal Cronin, Cool Ghouls & Cocktails at the Rickshaw Stop

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Mikal Cronin, 8 Jan 14 | Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco

One of my new year’s resolutions is to post show photos within a week of taking them. So let’s start with the stellar sold-out Mikal Cronin, Cool Ghouls, and Cocktails show I saw last night at the Rickshaw Stop. Dan Strachota, Rickshaw Stop’s talent buyer, turned me on to Cocktails’ power popinspired 7″ on Father/Daughter Records earlier last year and they’ve since become one of my favorite newish local bands. Coincidentally, so are Cool Ghouls. For whatever reason, though, despite both bands playing fairly regularly around town I’d never seen them live…until last night. Thanks to Dan for booking both of them to play one of the Rickshaw Stop’s 10th-anniversary celebration shows! I might not have been as hysterical as the time I saw Blur on my birthday during their Leisure tour, but I was excited nonetheless. It was also good to finally see Mikal Cronin rock out sans Moonhearts. Here are some images from the night, as well as a few animated GIFs, including one of Mikal blowing on a saxamaphone during Cool Ghouls’ set.

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Mikal Cronin and his saxophone join Cool Ghouls on stage

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Wish You Were Hear: Nobunny as Bo Diddley, Halloween 2013

nodiddley01It’s been a few months since I’ve blogged about something other than weddings and engagement sessions and I feel terrible about it. But now that the end of the year is nigh, I finally have some time to remedy that. Let’s start with masked marauder Nobunny on Halloween night at Oakland’s Stork Club, when he paid tribute to R&B legend Bo Diddley.

The last time I saw Nobunny on Halloween was in 2009, also at the Stork Club. Back then, he channeled the spirit of Lux Interior of the Cramps, and that show was as shambolic as you’d expect, with burnt bunnies, used undies, and unbridled bodily fluids rocketing across the room as he and his band (which included Peach Kelli Pop‘s Allie as Poison Ivy and Rock’n’Roll Adventure Kids’ Marcos as Bryan Gregory) careened through their primitive set.

Unsurprisingly, Nodiddley and his band brought that sonic maelstrom back to the Stork Club, cranking out classics such as “I’m a Man,” “Pills,” and “Who Do You Love?” Even though he forgot to don Bo Diddley’s trademark frames earlier on in the set, the costumed crowd went crazy anyway, crawling over each other and throwing themselves toward the stage. Bo himself might’ve been taken aback, but Nodiddley embraced it thoroughly. I heard that Shannon & the Clams (as Peruvian garage punks Los Saicos) and the other bands that played that night were excellent, too, but unfortunately I missed them. So please dive into the sloppy hot mess that is Nodiddley!

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Belated thanks to the Total Trash crew for throwing such a great bash! Next post: Garage punks The Sonics invade San Francisco. Check back soon!

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Wish You Were Hear: Burger Boogaloo 2013, Day 2

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The Zeros | Burger Boogaloo, Mosswood Park, Oakland

Oakland’s Mosswood Park is the kind of place where locals go to walk their dogs, let their kids run amok on the playground, kick a soccer ball around, play a game of tennis, film a low-budget music video, or lie in the sun with a good book. It hardly seems like it could handle a posse of rowdy garage/punk bands and the crowd that loves them, but the visionary folks at Total Trash Booking saw its potential and took a stab at putting together an East Bay outdoor music fest.

With the help of Burger Records, Marc and company did a tremendous job organizing the two-day Burger Boogaloo on July 6 and 7. I was only able to attend day two but was fully impressed by how pleasant it was to be there. The sun was out, the bands were pretty much on schedule (some were even early!), the food trucks had something for everyone, and the portapotties weren’t a total disaster. New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off, with DJ Jonathan Toubin, was a highly entertaining intermission. If Burger Boogaloo happens at Mosswood Park again next year, count me in! In the meantime, here are some highlights from the day.

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The Memories

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The Memories

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Gap Dream backed by The Memories

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Wild & woolly DJ Justin

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They’ve got their mean jeans on and they’re ready to go

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MC Oscar

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Marc of Total Trash joins the Zeros for “Beat Your Heart Out”

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Kevin & Marc beat your heart out

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Hella Vegan Eats offerings

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Doughnut burger

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Trashwoman Danielle enjoys some fries with Russell Quan

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Trashwoman Tina with the Stompin’ Riffraffs

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Jello Biafra shoots the breeze with the Burger boys

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New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off

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New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off

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New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off: the finals

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New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off: the finals

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New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off: the finals

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New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off: the finals

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New York Night Train’s Soul Clap & Dance Off: the winner

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The Audacity

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Jonathan Toubin & Jello Biafra bond

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The Oblivians

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Fuzz, OBN III’s & Bad Vibes at 1-2-3-4 Go! Records

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Fuzz, March 1, 2013 | Canon 5D Mark 3, 24mm, 1/100, f2.8, ISO 8000

Ty Segall, Charlie Mootheart, and Roland Cosio’s latest effort Fuzz channels early-era Black Sabbath punctuated with epic drum solos and a tornado of flying hair. Fuzz played a sold-out show at the Knockout a few weeks ago with Austin’s OBN III’s but I caught both of them the next night at 1-2-3-4 Go! Records. Bad Vibes opened the intimate show with a foreshadowing of the exuberant hair tossing to come; OBN III’s closed it out with a blistering garage punk set. (I was pretty sure I’d be partially impaled by a flying microphone stand. Miraculously, I walked away unscathed.)

Fuzz hits the Stork Club in Oakland this Wednesday (March 27) with Puerto Rico’s Los Vigilantes and Las Ardillas, both of which feature members of Davila 666. Here are some photos from the 1-2-3-4 Go! show, plus two GIFs (my first ever! Click on them to go to larger versions). Oh, and, of course, the rest of my KALX playlists from March 1994.

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Bad Vibes | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/80, f4, ISO 10000

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Bad Vibes | Canon 5D Mark 3, 23mm, 1/125, f4, ISO 10000

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Fuzz | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 400

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Fuzz | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 400

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 500

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 500

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 500

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 500

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 640

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/6, f5.6, ISO 500

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 640

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 640

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/6, f5.6, ISO 500

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OBN III’s | Canon 5D Mark 3, 17mm, 1/5, f6.3, ISO 640

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$ = request

3/11/94: FRIDAY 9:30am-12pm

* STATE OF ALERT – Stepping Stone Party
CHRIST ON PARADE – Teach Your Children Well
GENE PITNEY – Town without Pity
CONFLICT – American Woman
* PICASSO TRIGGER – Rub a Dub

CYPRESS HILL – Pigs
WEST SIDE STORY soundtrack – Gee, Officer Krupke
* SPINNANES – Rummy

* UNSANE – Road Trip
* CHAOS UK – Insane Youth
THE BODYSNATCHERS – Easy Life
* VOODOO GLOW SKULLS – You’re the Problem
EDITH PIAF – La Vie, L’amour

DICK DALE – Peter Gunn 1986
THE ADICTS – In the Background
* THE MAKERS – I’m Hurt
$ THINKING FELLERS UNION – Green-Eyed Lady
* ALL YOU CAN EAT – Food Fight

FITZ OF DEPRESSION – Red Shoes
TOY DOLLS – Olga…I Cannot
UTE LEMPER – Want to Buy Some Illusions
TOTAL CHAOS – Revolution Part 10

THE RAMONES – She’s a Sensation
* THE QUEERS – At the Mall
MANIC DEPRESSION – Rat Trap
HARRY CONNICK, JR. – It Had to Be You
SAM COOKE – Wonderful World

GANG GREEN – Skate to Hell
* SCREW 32 – Tools for the Job
THE MEATMEN – Turbo Rock
* JOHNNY PEEBUCKS & THE SWINGIN’ UTTERS – No Eager Men
* BEASTIE BOYS – Ode to…

FLAG OF DEMOCRACY – Meat Factory
* JAWBREAKER – Jinx Removing
* THE TOASTERS – Mr. Trouble
JESUS & MARY CHAIN – Ambition
$ THE DIDJITS – Mr. DNA

* FAITH – Confusion
JOY DIVISION – Ceremony
$ DEVO – Mongoloid
ECONOCHRIST – Uncontrollable Urge

TALULAH GOSH – Do You Remember
THE WEIRDOS – Weird World
JFA – Great Equalizer

3/18/94: FRIDAY 9:30am-12pm

* AGRESSION – Dear John Letter
DAYGLO ABORTIONS – Die Sinner Die
* SWINGIN’ NECKBREAKERS – Workin’ & Jerkin’
* THE MAKERS – I Just Might Crack
DORIS DAY – Come to Baby, Do!

AGENT 86 – Sak (I Hate Hackey Sak!)
* THE TARTS – All the Girls in the World
X-RAY SPEX – I Am a Cliche
SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN soundtrack – Good Morning

* EVERREADY – Fairplay
JUKE – Wild Ride
FALSE PROPHETS – Functional
* THE RAINYARD – Hellbent Suicidal Over You, Baby

EAST BAY MUD – Flying to the Sky
*$ VOODOO GLOW SKULLS – Insubordination
* THE TOASTERS – Talk Is Cheap
* DANCEHALL CRASHERS – Go
DOOM – Relief Part 2

NINA SIMONE – Lonesome Cities
* JAWBREAKER – Jinx Removing
$ BLANKS 77 – We’re the Ones
THE JAM – Move on Up

PAXTON QUIGGLY – Life’s Too Short
* PICASSO TRIGGER – We’re Going Down
TRASH – Telecom South

ALFRED HITCHCOCK theme
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE – Long Journey to Nowhere
* MOTORHONEY – Bad Guy Reaction
MIKE OLDFIELD – Tubular Bells
JOHNNY PEEBUCKS & THE SWINGIN’ UTTERS – Scared
SIR MIX-A-LOT – Buttermilk Biscuit
THE DESCENDENTS – I Like Food
ROLLING STONES – Lantern
LONE RANGER theme
SPIDERMAN theme
DEAD MILKMEN – I Hear Your Name
$ MURPHY’S LAW – Yahoo (Pancakes)
CRIMINAL DAMAGE – Criminal Crew
PERRY MASON theme
MANIA – Blood Money
SCOOBY DOO theme

* BEASTIE BOYS – Transit Cop
BILLY & THE BOINGERS – U Stink but I Love You
* YOUTH BRIGADE – Punk Rock Mom
* GLAZED BABY – Under Nancy’s Boot

3/25/94: FRIDAY 9:30am-12pm

* SCHUND –  Schund
* THE GAMMA MEN – Vegetables Is Murder
WRETCHED – Mai Arrendersi
* THE MAKERS – Like a Diamond
VERNONS GIRLS – Dat’s Love

THE MODELS – Bend Me, Shape Me
GOLDIE & THE GINGERBREADS – Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat
* SUCKDOLLS – You Say
THE ODD NUMBERS – Between the Two of Us
* THE JAM – Little Boy Soldiers

$ SISTER DOUBLE HAPPINESS – Holidays in Cambodia
THE DICKS – I Hope You Get Drafted
BONELESS ONES – I’m a Skater
* RUDIMENTARY PENI – Horrors in the Museum
JESUS CHRIST – Be Ashamed

* SCREW 32 – Tools for the Job
MUSIC MAN soundtrack – Ya Got Trouble/76 Trombones
MARILYN MONROE – I’m Gonna File a Claim
COCK SPARRER – Colonel Bogey
PARENT TRAP soundtrack – Let’s Get Together

* INSIDE OUT – Dead Children
* STATE OF ALERT – I Hate Kids
* HEPCAT – Bobbie & Joe
* DANCEHALL CRASHERS – Go
006 – Like What, Me Worry?

SANSHERS – Gonna Git That Man
$ TOY DOLLS – Griefsville
THE GO-GO’S – Head over Heels
WORD SALAD – Bloody Eye
NO COMMENT – Dead Stare for Life

* BATTALION OF SAINTS – Cops Are Out
* PICASSO TRIGGER – Valentine
THE DISRUPTERS – Die with Mother
* YOUTH BRIGADE – This Is a Life
* BEASTIE BOYS – Michelle’s Farm

KAY BELL & THE TUFFS – (Original) Surfer Stomp
$ THE DIDJITS – Who’s Ready to Get High
$ FANG – Drunk & Crazy
* GOVERNMENT ISSUE – Anarchy Is Dead
THE FREEZE – American Town

* HOOVER – Return
DISORDER – Rampton Song
EDITH PIAF – La Vie en Rose
* ARTIFICIAL PEACE – Outside Looking In

THE INSAINTS – Loser’s Club
THE GIRLS – My Baby
DIESEL QUEENS – Manson Family Feud
$ WHYTE BOOTS – Nightmare

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