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First Time with The Boys

nipsOn Friday, May 16, first-wave U.K. punkmeisters The Boys will be headlining day two of HoZac Records‘ three-day Blackout festival in Chicago. Crazily, this will mark their fourth U.S. performance since the 1977 release of their glorious first single “I Don’t Care,” and I’m slightly devastated I won’t be there. Sure, I’ve seen them beforetwice, even, thanks to the Holidays in the Sun festivals (now the Rebellion Festivals)—but that was over a decade ago, both times in echoey, cavernous venues, quite unlike the intimate Empty Bottle in which they’ll be playing in the next 60 hours.

Had I continued to make my zine, perhaps I would possess better recollections than I do now. As it stands, I remember my first time with The Boys a bit more clearly than the second. It was in 2000 at the three-day Holidays in the Sun fest in Bergara, a Spanish Basque town numbering 11,000 or so citizens that, amazingly, had a dedicated rock venue called Sala Jam. (Coincidentally, it was festooned with posters promoting a show with NYC legends The Dictators, who are also playing this year’s Blackout.) I loved the historic quarter and the friendly locals, who got a kick out of a red-haired Asian girl chirping Basque phrases at them. They were pretty chill with all the punks and skinheads that mobbed their otherwise sleepy streets, too. Judging by the broken toilet tank covers after the first day, I’m sure little sleep was had by festgoers that weekend. The Boys’ performance itself was a singalong pogo party.

Perhaps my memories from that encounter are sharper since my senses were heightened after a would-be mugging incident in Bilbao a day earlier (luckily, the purple grip marks on my arm that I received while fending off my traveling companion’s attacker faded a week later). It helps that I have terrible photos (some taken with my tetraptych-producing Nickelodeon PhotoBlaster) and a fuzzy recording of a brief interview I nabbed with Matt Dangerfield and Honest John Plain. Among the hard-hitting topics tackled: their first time, and the accompanying soundtrack (if any).

Matt: “It was done in complete silence, I think. Well, not complete silence, but there was no music playing. For me it was a drunken fumble.”
Honest John: “Beatles, Stones, Bob Dylan.”
Matt: “What? You were listening to three albums when you were doing it for the first time?”
Honest John: “Well, I took a long time….No, I think my mum! My mother downstairs saying, ‘What are you doing up there, John? Whaddya want from the fish shop?’ I’m afraid that was it. I didn’t have music on at the time.”

It pains me that I won’t be seeing them again, so I hope you go and report back!

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The Boys, Bergara, Spanish Basque Country | September 2000

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The Boys, Bergara, Spanish Basque Country | September 2000

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Bergara bathroom wall (note giant spider and web) | September 2000

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Bergara, taken with Nickelodeon PhotoBlaster | September 2000

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Wish You Were Hear: Bad Sports in Oakland

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Bad Sports, 2 April 14 | Eli’s, Oakland, CA

When I was doing my zine My Letter to the World in the ’90s, I had a penpal/zine contributor named Tim who lived in Fort Worth, TX. He frequently bemoaned the lack of a punk scene there, which shaped my perception that Texas (Austin aside) was a musical wasteland. A few years later, the Reds emerged from Denton, a 40-minute drive from Fort Worth. (A few of the Reds would later form the Marked Men.) Since then, it seems like Denton has been cultivating a bounty of energetic punk bands.

Bad Sports are a Denton trio who’ve been around since 2007. Despite having seen the members’ other bands (Wax Museums, OBN III’s, Video) over the years, I hadn’t witnessed them live until last week, during their current West Coast tour supporting their latest release Bras on Dirtnap Records. They played in both San Francisco (the Knockout) and Oakland (Eli’s), and after seeing their snappy set in Oakland, I really regret not going to their Knockout show, too. At least I have some photos with which to remember that night!

Check them out if they hit a town near you. They’re in Denver tonight at Lion’s Lair and have a few more dates this week:
Thurs 4/10 Tulsa – Yeti
Fri 4/11 Oklahoma City – VDZ’s
Sat 4/12 Dallas – Double Wide

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Bad Sports, 2 April 14 | Eli’s, Oakland, CA

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Bad Sports, 2 April 14 | Eli’s, Oakland, CA

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Bad Sports, 2 April 14 | Eli’s, Oakland, CA

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How Jawbreaker Spent a Week with Nirvana & Lost All Their Punk Rock Credibility

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My Letter to the World #8, with Blake Schwarzenbach’s floppy disk

In February 1993, Lookout Record darlings Green Day caused an uproar among punk circles when they confirmed that they’d be signing to a major label. For some, the 1994 release of Dookie on Reprise Records meant the beginning of the end of punk rock, and likely helped groups like the Offspring and Rancid find mainstream success despite their indie status at the time.

The same year that Green Day contended with accusations of selling out, San Francisco band Jawbreaker agreed to join Nirvana for six shows during their In Utero tour. Twenty years later, it seems like no big deal, but this embittered a huge clutch of their fans. As I mentioned in a post I wrote last year, I asked singer/guitarist Blake Schwarzenbach to keep a tour diary and let me publish it in my zine My Letter to the World. He handed it over to me on a floppy disk (remember those?) a few weeks after Jawbreaker returned and that issue came out on December 16, 1993. Less than four months later, Kurt Cobain was found dead in his Seattle home.

My world was microscopic in the 1990s so I actually remember where I was when Kurt’s death (and Joey Ramone’s on April 15, 2001, for that matter) was officially announced in the media: at KALX. I had finished up the 9:30am-12pm slot (playlist below) and was putting away my records when a listener called in with the news. (This was before the ubiquity of the World Wide Web, and still a time when breaking news was attained only via TV or radio.) DJ Mickey took the call and informed the KALX listeners.

It’s always sad when someone passes away, especially when it’s believed to be by his own hand. However, I can’t say I was devastated by his death, even though both Bleach and Nevermind were integral parts of my mid-to-late teenhood. Hearing songs from either album still reminds me of the bleakest, most miserable points of my life to date (which I realize is absolutely fitting and the reason to this day I can’t bear to listen to Nirvana), so perhaps I appreciate the relief he achieved through death.

Getting back to Jawbreaker, Blake stated in his piece, “It has been my official platform since last year (when major labels began expressing an interest in usoh, those foolish magnates!) to never sign to a major label. I stand firmer in this belief today than ever….” As it turns out, they’d sign to DGC Records in 1995 and release Dear You before breaking up in 1996. Here’s the tour diary in its entirety (click images for a larger view) as well as my playlist from that fateful day in April.

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How Jawbreaker Spent a Week with Nirvana & Lost All Their Punk Rock Credibility (part 1 of 3) | My Letter to the World #8

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How Jawbreaker Spent a Week with Nirvana & Lost All Their Punk Rock Credibility (part 2 of 3) | My Letter to the World #8

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How Jawbreaker Spent a Week with Nirvana & Lost All Their Punk Rock Credibility (part 3 of 3) | My Letter to the World #8

* = feature play
$ = request

4/8/94: FRIDAY 9:30am-noon

THE WHO – Pictures of Lily
* LUNA – Tiger Lily
JOHNNY COPELAND – Rock ‘n’ Roll Lily
*$ WANKIN’ TEENS – Salt Lake City Airport
ANGRY SAMOANS – Inside My Brain
EX – Jake’s Cake

*$ TOTAL CHAOS – Systems Downfall
COCKPIT – I Wanna a Man in a Skirt
3-D INVISIBLES – Wolfman on Your Tail
* GOLDENTONES – Miserlou

MEAT WHIPLASH – Losing Your Grip
JESUS & MARY CHAIN – Boyfriend’s Dead
* NILS – Scratches & Needles
ABRASIVE WHEELS – Danger Danger
TELEVISION PERSONALITIES – Brian’s Magic Car

* THE JAM – Heatwave
THE DICKS – Rich Daddy
ZANTEES – Please Give Me Something
TATTOOED CORPSES – Jack Zombie
* YOUTH BRIGADE – Punk Rock Mom

ORDER OF DECAY – Confused
SHANGRI-LAS – Leader of the Pack
TOY DOLLS – I’ll Get Even with Steven
* THE TRASHWOMEN – Space Needle

ANNISTEEN ALLEN – Fujiyama Mama
NAKED RAYGUN – Backlash Jack
THE HELLBILLYS – Bucket of Blood
BILLY NAYER SHOW – Bouncy Bouncy
D.I. – Richard Hung Himself

THE LUNACHICKS – Jan Brady
ADAM & THE ANTS – Jolly Roger
RUTH BROWN – This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’
THE REVILLOS – Do the Mutilation
LAVERNE BAKER – Hey Memphis

* CHARLES BROWN SUPERSTAR – Slut Rock
THE CRESTONES – She’s a Bad Motorcycle
THE FASTBACKS – You Can’t Be Happy
TOMMY MARTIN & THE XLs – Hoochie Coochie
* WEDDING PRESENT – Happy Birthday

THE RAMONES – Danny Says
BLITZ – Nation on Fire
INFA RIOT – Riot Riot
THE BUSINESS – Suburban Rebels

DEAD MILKMEN – Watching Scotty Die
THE 4-SKINS – Sorry
AFI – High School Football Hero
* JOHNNY PEEBUCKS & THE SWINGIN’ UTTERS – Here We Are Nowhere
MAD SOCIETY – Napalm

* AGRESSION – Rat Race
RIOT SQUAD – Friday Night Hero

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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: Giuda in Chicago, 8/23/13

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Giuda, Liar’s Club, Chicago, IL | August 23, 2013

How is it Roctober already??? To celebrate this raucous month, here are some photos from the Giuda show I had the pleasure of attending back in August. C and I were visiting family in Illinois when I learned at the last minute that the Italian glam band (featuring members of Taxi) would be playing in Chicago, roughly two hours from where we were. Knowing that they wouldn’t be in California anytime soon, we cut our trip short and high-tailed it to the Liar’s Club, just in time to catch their sweltering, stomping set. If you missed out on their 2010 debut Racey Roller, it’s been repressed by TKO Records. Even better, their new album Let’s Do It Again comes out on November 16. Don’t stop rockin’!

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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

* = feature play
$ = 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
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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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HoZac Blackout 2012: Photo Recap

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Human Eye | Canon 5D, 15mm, 1/4 sec, f8, ISO 500

Rather than try to describe the ear-splitting glory that was the 2012 HoZac Blackout, here’s a smattering of the thousand-plus photos I took last month (how time flies—yikes!). For a more in-depth look, check out the 100-pic gallery here. You can also view provocative band portraits from that weekend in my previous blog post. I shot video (of questionable quality) for most of the bands, too. If any are halfway decent, I’ll (hopefully!) post them sometime in the next six months.

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Cemetery | Canon 5D, 17mm, .3 sec, f6.3, ISO 500

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Mentally Ill | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/5 sec, f8, ISO 500

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Screaming Yellow Zonkers | Canon 5D, 17mm, .3 sec, f8, ISO 640

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Cozy | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/4 sec, f8, ISO 800

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Plateaus | Canon 5D, 17mm, .3 sec, f8, ISO 800

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Video | Canon 5D, 17mm, .4 sec, f8, ISO 800

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Davila 666 | Canon 5D, 40mm, 1/6 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

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Video smackdown | Canon 5D, 15mm, 1/5 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

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White Mystery | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/5 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

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The Barreracudas | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/6 sec, f8, ISO 1000

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Ketamines | Canon 5D, 28mm, 1/6 sec, f8, ISO 1000

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Pleasure Leftists | Canon 5D, 29mm, 1/5 sec, f8, ISO 1000

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Teledrome | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/6 sec, f8, ISO 800

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Fungi Girls | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/6 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

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Homostupids | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/5 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

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Crowd goes crazy for Homostupids | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/5 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

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Gentleman Jesse & His Men | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/6 sec, f8, ISO 800

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Redd Kross | Canon 5D, 38mm, 1/5 sec, f8, ISO 1000; 17mm, .3 sec, f8, ISO 1000

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Redd Kross | Canon 5D, 17mm, .4 sec, f8, ISO 1000

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Redd Kross | Canon 5D, 24mm, 1/6 sec, f8, ISO 1000

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Medication | Canon 5D, 23mm, 1/4 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

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Bare Mutants | Canon 5D, 33mm, 1/25 sec, f4, ISO 1600

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Estrogen Highs | Canon 5D, 17mm, 1/4 sec, f8, ISO 1000

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Human Eye | Canon 5D, 40mm, 1/5 sec, f8, ISO 800

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Roky Erickson | Canon 5D, 40mm, 1/4 sec, f8, ISO 800

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Roky Erickson | Olympus PEN EP2, 25mm, 1/60 sec, f1.4, ISO 1250

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Todd + Timmy Vulgar | Canon 5D, 15mm, 1/10 sec, f8, ISO 500

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