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✨✧ Dents1979/80 ... LP
HoZac, Late 70s. New Copy ... $15.99
Really blistering work from this lost band from Cincinnati – a group who were part of the incredible Ohio scene of the early punk years, but never saw this material issued back in the day! Yet don't let that stop you from digging in – as the work here is incredible – hard, fast, and totally on the money – at a level that might well have made The Dents one of the leading punk rock bands of the Midwest, had they managed to get these gems on record at the time! The tracks are all super-short, and super-tight – mostly with lead vocals from female singer Vivien Vinyl, and given a nonstop sense of energy from quartet work on guitar, bass, drums, and even a bit of very cool keyboards. Titles include a surprising remake of the Robert Fripp tune "You Burn Me Up" – plus "The Dented", "Why Do You Do", "Wild Bill", "Cheap Perfume", "Saucer Series", "Present Tense", "Sleeping Around", and "Baby Wants". LP, Vinyl record album

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Sonny VincentDiamond Distance & Liquid Fury – Sonny Vincent Primitive 1969-1976 (with download) ... LP
HoZac, Late 60s-Mid 70s. New Copy ... $15.99 19.99
A seriously strong batch of late 60s and early 70s recordings from earlier bands led by Sonny Vincent – later of relatively unsung NYC punk heroes The Testors (and featuring an unreleased Testors track) – here with early bands Distance, Fury and Liquid Diamonds and bridging the fuzzed out oozing rawness of proto punk like the Stooges and the MC5 at the time to, dare we say it, the kind of spontaneous guitar heroics of Hendrix without ever losing the pre-punk connective tissue. Vincent is a figure whose pedigree and influence reaches far and wide, having gone on from the punk era to play with Moe Tucker of the Velvet underground for years, and for being directly influential to later un-pigeonhole-able bands like Rocket From The Crypt, this is pretty great look at some of earliest stuff. Includes "She's Like Hiroshima", "Indecision", "Flying", "Aw Maw, "Scary" (the aforementioned Testors tune) and more – even a crazy old radio ad for a local NYC show that sounds like a drive-in movie clip! LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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