Sorry we ran late last month, too much to do and too little time to do it. Anyway, we are pleased to announce the CDRSCY2 selections for February and March...
I Don't Care About Love, Baby b/w Pavilion in the Sand, Baby
The TV-obsessed, acid-casualty intergalactic Mormons known to all as the Outer Spacist return for another dose of Black Randy-fronting-the Alice Cooper Band bubblegum psychedelic punk. This is a more polished recording than their previous single, but it's clear the band is still turning out punk rock in the vein of Simply Saucer by taking cues from "Before the Golden Age" type pulp sci-fi, soul records from the 60's and citation needed Wikipedia entries on Midwestern turn of the century cults. These 3-songs were taken from the same session as their upcoming LP, which will see release later this year.
The Harrisburg Players, Vol. II
The second installment of unearthed gems from the archives (pool table, see cover) of Harrisburg, OH's proud sons Tommy Jay and Mike Rep. In this volume we bring you T.A. Lafferty's "Consolation Prize" (as heard on the You Are You compilation cassette), Ted Lust's "Am I Lying To Myself" (you may recognize his voice from "City of Sorrow" off of Nudge Squidfish's 20,000 Leagues LP), a track from Mike Rep called "Pumping Gas" recorded in 1973, a live version of Tommy Jay doing the True Believers' "Gusto Hungry" backed by The Harrisburg Players, and honorary Harrisburg'er Ron House singing his classic "Our Love To The Third Power" at a jam session/party loosely backed by Tommy Jay, Nudge Squidfish, Kurt Tuckerman, Ted Lust, Don Howland, and Jim Shepard.
This is an option 2 mailing, so anybody in the option 2 boat should expect CDR045, CDR046 and CDR047 in the next week or so. The local pickup for the Spacist record will be at Lost Weekend Records in Columbus, OH all weekend.
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