Christ, this has taken soooo long to do but totally worth it.
Where do you start....
Off With Their Heads...Mike Watt playing bass, Mike Felix on drums, Todd Congelliere producing, Bill Mcfadden of The Beltones writes the song and of course Ryan Young.
Discharge....shit, there is nothing you can say, it's just DISCHARGE.
Ty wrote the serious review of this, so here goes. Discharge: A.) Can I make a rule? Only Discharge, Motörhead, and the Ramones can wear their own band’s T-shirts. All other bands who do it are dinks. I think that if you invent a genre (d-beat) and a subclass (dis-bands), you can set your own rules. Casualties, please don’t beat me up. B.) Man, it sure looks like the same clock that Jawbreaker has on the cover of 24 Hour Revenge Therapy. C.) Discharge sounds like how I remember them: slightly faster Motörhead, obsessed with terrible, bad shit—rapes, holocausts, children gunning down children, mass graves. Off With Their Heads: Psychically, this is off the charts. A Bill-Beltone-penned tune, Welly Artcore graphic design, Todd Congelliere recording, Mike Watt on bass, Shanty Cheryl on camera, Jimmy Trash on drums, Discharge the Mr. Roper-type neighbor—Ryan Young is living out so many punks-over-twenty-fives’ fantasies simultaneously that your head may explode… and the song’s really good. Ryan’s like a wizard of punk fantasies. Rad. Hey, the labels are mixed up on my copy. –Todd Taylor
Blue Vinyl Repress (LTD amount with Blue Covers)
I have limited amounts of the represses on Recess and Arrest. I also have a tiny amount of the misspress of the Australian pressing, they pressed the Jackals/ No Coast split 7" instead...
Recess Records repress (Blue/ Anxious and Angry pressing and Red Vinyl)
Arrest Records (Black and Purple)
Australian Mispressing (Purple and Black, no cover)
800 on Black Vinyl
200 on Red Vinyl
50 Test Press Editions
50 Rejected Test Pressings
300 White Vinyl
300 Blue Vinyl