Recently enjoyed. House of Pain is behind a locked groove at the end of side one. This way if you don’t cue up to it, every song is fantastic. I bought this on eBay about 7 years ago for about $20. A bargain for the rich music on here.
San Francisco skyline from my hotel. A trip into the city overnight is my gift to my wife for her birthday and Valentine’s. Not a very long trip for us only eight miles. Had dinner at Le Central and now off for drinks with friends.
Alcohol Funny Car/Treepeople. Vagrant Records, 1994. The end was near and this is probably the last release from the Treepeople (I say that because every now and then I come across something I didn’t know existed. Like this!). Doug was long gone and this version of the Treepeople was done releasing vinyl. I have never seen Actual Re-Enactment (still a good album) on vinyl.
I love the RIP at the bottom and the message about this 7” being from a boxed set. Although, at the $2.25 I bought this for I don’t feel ripped off.
Treepeople, Something Vicious for Tomorrow/Time Whore. 1992 C/Z Records, yellow wax. I have been looking for this pressing forever and finally got my hands on one. The handwritten note inside was a nice surprise along with the original C/Z catalog. Aside form one compilation record my Treepeople vinyl collection is complete.
A childhood friend of mine plays in a few different bands (Swallows, The Sleeper Pins) in Milwaukee and runs a small independent record label and recently released a new album. I asked him for an autographed copy of their newest album and he surprised me with, not only the entire band signing the album, but also included his labels entire library. Thanks Tyson.