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Sunday, November 13, 2011

HUFF STUFF MAGAZINE - "demo" (pave the amazon #1)

HUFF STUFF MAGAZINE - demo (pavetheamazon#1)

"alright, ALLrite, ALL-RIGHT!!! I know what you're thinkin': "Who do these clowns think they are anyway? Comin' to to my town making all that racket with their "borrowed", broken equipment. These chumps must have it in their heads that they got it what it takes. Naming their band after some shit rag that I ain't even heard of. Gimme a friggen break." And you wouldn't be wrong for thinkin' it- but let me assure you that these 3 chaps got it down pat! Stirrin' up the bay scene with their very own brand of jean-hole rock n' roll. You can try and fence them in but you'll be missing the mark, mate. What they do ain't easy to define 'cos when these freaks lay it down they really cross the line. That's right- and don't get it wrong. Don't sleep on this tape because soon they'll be gone. ($5 to: Pave the Amazon, 1316 Fitzgerald St. Oakland, CA 94608)"
-Shane White (Pure Filth fanzine)

HUFF STUFF MAGAZINE - demo minus a song and some other noise

Thursday, November 10, 2011

The YOUNG MEN - 17 songs tape (pta #2)

The Young Men - "Fuck You!" tape
Pave The Amazon #2

Here's a review by Lance Minanski for the long out of print 7", Fuck You, We're The YOUNG MEN!" by The Young Men

"It has come to my attention that it's officially official that THE YOUNG MEN are finally on the scene. And frankly, with all the hosers, dozers, and posers stinkin' it up out there, it's about time. And make no mistake, these fresh faced fellows are here to stay and here to slay, gig after savage gig. For when THE YOUNG MEN rock, the young girls flock! When THE YOUNG MEN shake, the females quake! When THE YOUNG MEN strum, the women succumb! And believe you me friends, these boys truly earn the devotion and adoration of their many fans, what with the way they so effortlessly work it, jerk it, and berserk it!
You can't beat 'em! And unfortunately you can't join them either! So just be thankful that THE YOUNG MEN are here and kind enough to share their own primitive (and sometimes sensitive-but who do they think they're kidding?) brand of R 'N' R."
-"Take A Chance" Lance Minanski, WHKU, New London, Connecticut.