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Julian LealJulian Leal (with download) ... LP
JLI/HoZac, 1985. New Copy (reissue)... $15.99 16.00
A rare, beloved gem from the midwest power pop scene – laced with catchy hooks, buzzing guitars and synthesizer that somehow sounds like it hasn't aged a day! The key to Romeoville, IL native Julian Leal's self-titled LP being such a timeless treasure is probably the same as the one that keeps the best of superstars like Cheap Trick and local faves & cult heroes like Green, Shoes, Off Broadway and later groups like Material Issue from ever getting stale. It's gotta be the razor sharp, tuneful songcraft, a prefect mix of barbed and sugary hooks. Leal's sound is unique for the scene in his use of a synthesizer alongside the guitars, and that serves the songs and sound really well, as the rawer setting doesn't date it like so many big budget studio recordings of the time. Includes "You & I", "Doing Them Wrong", "Tonight", "Dream Girl", "Catch Her Thrill", "Get Away", "Roller Skates", "Be Mine", "Again", "Sail Away", "Tomorrow" and "Mad About You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)

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OisterOister (with download) ... LP
HoZac, Early 70s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $26.99
Unsung early 70s genius from Dwight Twilley & Phil Seymour – a few years earlier than their legendary power pop in the Dwight Twilley Band, and a pretty stunning batch of tightly melodic material that's just raw enough – top shelf stuff seeing proper release for the first time ever! Stunningly, these are essentially home recordings, made while they were knocking around their hometown of Tulsa in '73 & '74, but it's pretty freaking incredible how fully realized the sound and overall craft are here. This is no grainy batch of workshop material, nor does it sound like demos or aural blueprints of glories to come – it's incredibly catchy and full of great songs with killer harmonies. The best package yet in the Hozac Archival series! Includes "Love Is A Train", "Hot Ma", "Lovin' Me", "No Resistance", "Come And See Me", "Little Stars", "Didn't You", "You Can't Remember It", "Pop Bottle", "Miserable Lady", "Rock Yourself Son", "You're My Lover", "Release Me" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download and gatefold notes.)

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White SavageDestroy Your Style/Orphans ... 7-inch
HoZac, 2007. Near Mint- ... $2.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(In a plain sleeve.)

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VariousWe Were Living In Cincinnati – Punk & Underground Sounds From Ohio's Queen City – 1975 to 1982 (with download) ... LP
HoZac, Mid 70s-Early 80s. New Copy ... $15.99 19.99
The reserves of rare, crazily uncategorizable punk and post punk from Ohio, USA never ceases to amaze – even when limited to just the Cincinnati area from the mid 70s to early 80s you can't help but have your mind blown! We Were Living In Cincinnati was spearheaded by Peter Aaron of Chrome Cranks and runs the gamut from raw howling first wave American punk rock, to almost funky no wave, to glammy garage and beyond. Includes "Drinking Elvis Wine" by 11,000 Switches, "Working Girls" by Dennis The Menace, "Nosedive" by Beef, "Little In Doubt" by The Verbs, "Dead Boy" by BPA, "Stop" by News, "Sleeping Around" by The Dents, "Long Gone" by The Customs, "Clubnite" by Teddy & The Frat Girls and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(First pressing limited to just 500 copies – includes insert with access to a bonus download with 15 extra tracks!)

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✨✧ Sonny VincentDiamond Distance & Liquid Fury – Sonny Vincent Primitive 1969-1976 (with download) ... LP
HoZac, Late 60s-Mid 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
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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