Monday, March 23, 2009

Poison Girls - Statement: The Complete Recordings



The Poison Girls are a great Anarcho-Punk band that have been around for some time now. More diverse musically than the basic template of the late 70s/early 80s, this band is one of the pillars of the scene (in my humble opinion, anyways). Here is there now out of print collection from a few years ago.

Download: Disc 1, Disc 2, Disc 3, Disc 4

Track listing:

Disc One 1977-80:
Revenge
Cats Eye
Piano Lessons
Closed Shop
The Moon (I Wanted)
Old Tart
Crisis
Idealogically Unsound
Bremen Song
Political Love
Jump Mama Jump
Under the Doctor
Reality Attack
Persons Unknown
State Control
Bully Boys
Tension
SS Snoopers

Disc Two 1981-82:
Promenade Immortelle
State Control
Another Hero
Hole in the Wall
Underbitch
Alienation
Pretty Polly
Good Time
Other
Daughters & Sons
Tender Love
Dirty Work
Statement
Don't Go Home Tonight
Fuckin' Mother

Disc Three 1983-84:
Where's the Pleasure
Lovers are they Worth it
Done It All Before
Whiskey Voice
Menage Abattoir
Take the Toys
Soft Touch
Toys (Reprise)
Velvet Launderette
Rio Disco Stink
Cry No More
Mandy is Having a Baby
Fear of Freedom
Happy Now (12" mix)
Cinnamon Garden
Offending Article
Perfect Crime
Tell the Children
Cream Dream

Disc Four 1985-88:
Real Woman
Hot for Love
Riot in my mind
Feeling the Pinch
Desperate Days
Voodoo Pappadollar
Too Close for Comfort
Rockface
No More Lies
Too Proud
Price of Grain
Stonehenge
Jenny
Girls Over There
Let It Go
Cupid
Mirrors and Glass
Abort the System
All The Way
State Banjo

Monday, March 16, 2009

Sibling Rivalry - In a Family Way


[Alternative Tentacles, 1994]

This is a little project by Joey Ramone with his brother Mickey Leigh. A minor entry in the Ramones canon, but kinda fun. Track three, I believe, isn't actually done by the brothers and is just sort of a tacked on bit of weirdness. Fun stuff.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

If Frank Miller Wrote Peanuts


This is extremely hilarious.

Check out the full thing here: Part 1 & part 2.

Sunday, March 08, 2009

the Punisher Meets Archie


For anyone who has missed this little gem, check it out:

Archie Meets the Punisher or The Punisher Meets Archie (August 1994) was a one-shot comic bookintercompany crossover published under two separate covers by Marvel Comics and Archie Comics.Archie Meets the Punisher (Archie Comics) and The Punisher Meets Archie (Marvel Comics) shared the same interior content. It featured the unlikely meeting of Marvel's murderous vigilante, the Punisher, and Archie Comics' all-American teenager, Archie Andrews.

The book was written by Batton Lash, with artwork by John Buscema (drawing the Punisher characters) and Stan Goldberg (drawing the Archie characters).

Holy crap, right? I think this an amazing crossover that really lives up to its promise.