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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Moving Targets - WNBR, Boston 7-10-90

Moving Targets were from Boston Mass. They released several albums between 1986 and 1993. Can anyone help with the song titles?

More info here:

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Thin Line*
02. Faith
03. Nothing Changes/Always Calling
04. Instrumental #3
05. In The Way
06. Overheard*
07. Into The Forest
08. Through The Door
09. Lights
10. Fade*

 *** Song titles provided by Matt who say, "the tracks marked '*' were never recorded as Moving Targets, but were instead released on Ken Chambers' first solo album, Double Negative. Pretty cool then as this means these
versions are played with Pat Brady on drums, a fine drummer!"

Happy Harriet & The Fallen Men - demo 1988

Happy Harriet & The Fallen Men are another band from Copenhagen Denmark. They were around from 1986 to 1992, approximately. In 1988 they did a tour of Holland with another Danish band Misanthropic Charity. I don't know their discography and there is no information on the internet about them but they did release an album in 1991. These four songs I have on a tape with some other Danish bands but I don't really know if these songs are from a demo or a record, but I think demo. Anyone out there got anymore info on this band? Sound quality is very good.

*I remembered that the band shortened their name to The Fallen Men in 1990 and have found this listing for a new album here:

track list: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. title unknown
03. title unknown
04. title unknown

L.U.L.L. (Leben Und Leben Lassen) - Ungdomshuset, Copenhagen 10-01-88

L.U.L.L. were from Copenhagen Denmark and released one 7" ep in 1985 and two albums in 1988 and 1989. This show was recorded through the soundboard and the sound quality is very good.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Freakline part II
02. Past And Present Part I
03. Sleep
04. Ignor The Facts
05. Danger Thought
06. Stop The Violence
07. Where The Iron Crosses Grow
08. Freakline part I
09. Radio Tucson
10. My Rooms
11. Bastards

Seven Seconds - part 2; Live 1981-1983

 Here are some Seven Seconds live shows to compliment the demos. Both shows were recorded through the soundboard and the quality is very good.

@ Bellmont Ballroom, Fresno CA 7-04-81 [from cassette tape]
01. Death Car
02. This Means You
03. Don't Fuck With Me
04. Condemned
05. Socially Fucked Up
06. We Want Control
07. Fight Or Unite
08. War Paint
09. I Hate Sports
10. Drastic Measures
11. Cops Are Criminals
12. I Can't Take It

@ Cathay de Grande, Hollywood 11-26-83 [from cassette tape]
01. Definite Choice
02. Fuck Your America
03. Skins, Brains and Guts
04. Bully
05. Not Just Boys Fun
06. Anti-Klan
07. Committed For Life
08. We're Gonna Fight
09. Color Blind
10. No Authority
11. This Is The Angry pt. 2
12. I Hate Sports (Rock version)
13. I Hate Sports (fast version)
14. Drug Control
15. Red and Black
16. Raciscm Sucks
17. 5 Years Of Lies
18. Here's Your Warning
19. If The Kids Are United
20. Trust
21. Clenched Fists, Black Eyes

Seven Seconds - part 1; Demos 1980-1981

It's a shame that Seven Seconds' Skins, Brains, Guts ep wasn't an LP because it would be a classic LP of the era up there with Circle Jerks Group Sex and Black Flag's Damaged. And there were easily enough songs then for two albums. At least we have these demos. These are my favorite Seven Seconds recordings.

Drastic Measures demo 1980 [from cassette tape]
01. Wartime
02. ANA In The USA
03. Anti-Youth
04. Right To Fight
05. Death Trip
06. Police State (live)

Socially Fucked Up demo 1981  [from cassette tape]
01. Don't Fuck With Me
02. This Means You
03. Media Massacre
04. Fight Or Unite
05. Cops Are Criminals
06. Socially Fucked Up
07. Racism Sucks
08. I Can't Take It
09. I Hate Sports
10. Condemned
11. Abortion Car
12. Hardcore Rules

3 Chord Politics demo 1981
01. We Want Control
02. No Authority
03. Left Wing, Right Wing
04. Baby Games
05. Fuck Your Amerika
06. Drastic Measures
07. War Paint
08. Redneck Society
09. Don't Conform
10. Heavy Metal Jocks
11. Power Not Integrity
12. No
13. Anti-Youth

Circle Jerks - interview on KRCB, 91FM, Los Angeles 1981

The Circle Jerks talk about a lot of things and excerpts from songs on the Group Sex LP are played. [from cassette tape]

V.A. Sex Pistols/Germs/Darby Crash/Adam Ant interviews Rodney on The ROQ

01. Sex Pistols - Rodney on The ROQ 1977 [from cassette tape]
02. Germs - Rodney on The ROQ c.1979 [from cassette tape]
03. Darby Crash - Rodney on The ROQ 1980 [from cassette tape]
04. Adam Ant - Rodney on The ROQ 1981 [from cassette tape]

The Sex Pistols interview is by telephone and is with Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious. They announce that their next single is going to be No Future/No Feelings. Fee Waybill of The Tubes in in the KROQ studio and helps with the interview. Some excerpts from this were released on the Some Product; Carry On Sex Pistols album.

The Germs interview is a one minute excerpt of a longer interview but I only have this part. The band talk about their new album.

In the Darby Crash interview he talks about the end of The Germs, England and playing a show in San Francisco.

Adam Ant reads Circle Jerks lyrics from the Group Sex album and talks about appearing on the US television show Solid Gold.

Angor Wat - Bootleg, Oslo Norway 2-88

Angor Wat was a Norwegian band that were around between 1984 and 1990, approximately. These 5 songs I have at the end of a tape and am not sure if the band were using this as a demo or not but most of the crowd noise between songs has been faded out. It's recorded through the soundboard, though, so the sound quality is very good.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Amerika
02. Luxury
03. Black And White/Den Maskerte Mannen
04. When Weakness Turns To Madness
05. Happiness