WEIRDOS - Destroy All Music 30th Anniv Ed- (70s L.A. punk) BLACK VINYL LP

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The Weirdos were in many ways the greatest of L.A.'s punk bands. In early 1977 their mighty sound and singular style were the big-bang igniting the L.A. punk rock scene, as they proclaimed "we're not punks, we're weirdos from Hollyweird!". This wasn't just goofy sloganeering, this was a stance intended to distinguish them from the burgeoning punk rock scenes in New York and London. The Weirdos were not only bringing a new sound and writing teen punks anthems, they were also responsible for their graphics (posters, covers, flyers) and designed their own clothes!

Their 1977 Bomp single "Destroy All Music" was a nihilistic anthem, and is now regarded as a classic, and by the time they made their mini-LP two years later they had turned into a powerful, polished band, without losing any of their outrageous attitude.

"Destroy All Music - 30th Anniversary Edition " compiles the now classic 1977 EP Bomp and the 1979 "Who, What, When, Where, Why?" mini-LP in its entirety and includes previously unreleased early demos.

Destroy All Music
1. Teenage (demo)
2. Destroy All Music (demo)
3. A Life Of Crime (demo)
4. Why Do You Exist? (demo)
5. Destroy All Music
6. A Life Of Crime
7. Why Do You Exist?
8. Happy People
9. Big Shot
10. Jungle Rock
11. Hit Man
12. Idle Life
13. Fort U.S.A.