Torn Light Records
356 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220
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Unearthed dead stock copies of Cincinnati’s 1986 punk rarity. Newly printed covers & inserts, scanned from an original copy.
The vinyl itself are all unplayed copies that were found at a local flea market.
A great mix of influences from the era, bay area punk, Boston hardcore, eerie leads & pogo drums. Hard ass punk rock. Super mean riffs and angry 2 stepping. This is like harder & tougher DK. Karl from Sluggo plays bass on this LP. A great step in the evolution of Cincinnati punk & hardcore.
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