This one's been on the "coming soon" list far too long...but, now we can finally tell you......ladies n' germs, we are pleased to present the first official reissue of VOM's "Live at Surf City" EP. A true American Punk classic!
also....We've listed the other Rerun and BDR titles that you can add to your order. If you order the VOM 7" and add only 7"s...pay no additional postage! If you are adding 12" vinyl or CDs, please email for a total before sending payment.
VOM, short for vomit. Formed at the roots of L.A. Punk. Not really part of, but then again, sorta the kings of the scene for a brief moment in the late '70s...at least in our history books.
Fronted by revered writer and critic Richard Meltzer, with future Angry Samoans members Gregg Turner (2nd vocals) and "Metal" Mike Saunders on drums. The other half was made up of Dave Guzman on 'tuneless rhythm guitar', Lisa Brenneis ('Gurl') on bass and Phil Koehn on lead guitar. These six took 'obnoxious' to an entirely new level. They lasted about exactly as long as a real Punk band should. Ending after just enough time to conduct a handful of adventurous, ultra-messy live gigs and somebody suckered into putting up the dough to press a record.
VOM's Live at Surf City EP originally came out on White Noise Records in 1978 and has since been heralded as a bona-fide American Punk classic. They crammed as many minutes of noise that the 7" vinyl would allow. They managed to fit "I'm In Love With Your Mom", "Too Animalistic", "Electrocute Your Cock", "Punkmobile" and "God Save The Whales". Each one HIT!
Rerun is happy to bring you the first official reissue of this mind boggling document since it's initial release. We've re-mastered the audio from the original, rotting tapes master tapes, and it's never sounded better. They're all on thick, black vinyl, and each one comes with a double sided 7" x 14" insert featuring unpublished photos and new liner notes by Gregg Turner. All copies come in a heavyweight, glue pocket picture sleeve, but we're offering two cover choices. One is a reproduction of the original B&W art, and the other is a color version of the sleeve. The new color treatment is by Ronn Spencer, the original sleeve designer and label co-head of White Noise Records. Get 'em both!
Format: Vinyl 7"EP
Catalog number: RERUN #006
For one copy of either sleeve version (please specify)
$9.00 U.S. / $10.50 Canada / $15.00 rest of the world
For one copy each of both the versions
$15.50 U.S. / $17.00 Canada / $22.00 rest of the world
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These other releases can be added to your order. All prices may not be postpaid. Email for total if ordering multiple titles. Sound samples of all Rerun and BDR releases can be heard on my profile: JASON ROSS
-BOB-Things That You Do b/w Thomas Edison 7" (RERUN #005)
Reissue of the brilliant, debut single from 1980 by one of San Francisco?s best punk/wave bands. Comes in a heavy duty glue pocket sleeve with large fold out insert featuring photos, liner notes and a new interview with members of the band. Pressing of 500 copies on black vinyl.
-The Reactors-It's Not Important b/w Cold Eyes 7" (RERUN #008)
Reissue of the sole release by the Austin, TX based Reactors...of many bands to use the name. Originally released in 1980 on Stress Records...Daniel Johnston's long time cassette label. Two intense, moody punk killers! The original sleeve and labels are reproduced, along with previously unpublished photos, gig posters and a new interview with band leader Mike Runnels.
-Manic Depressives/0:30 Second Flash-split mLP (RERUN #010)
The complete recordings from two, buzz-saw/Killed By Death punk bands from New Orleans. Both bands were the brain child of Larry Holmes (aka L the P) who ran the legendary Vinyl Solution record label and Final Solution fanzine. The A side collects the Manic Depressives 7"ep and comp tracks from 1980-1981, and the B side is the unreleased 0:30 Second Flash EP from 1981.
-The Gruberger Brothers-Greetings From Reading, PA LP (RERUN #012)
A full LP of never-before-heard U.S. Punk and Fanzine Rock 1978-1980. From the same guys who brought you proto-punk legends O.Rex and '77 punk gawds the Afrika Korps. The Grubergers parted ways with the rest of the 'Korps and relocated to Reading, PA. In early 1978 they recorded but never managed to release an eight song, punk EP under the name Spike. We've collected that EP along with other, unreleased studio sessions for an LP that hints at what a second Afrika Korps LP could have sounded like if the Grubergers had stuck around. Mastered from the original tapes, and we even got Kenne Highland to give us his reaction to recordings! Pressed in an edition of 500 copies with full color cover and insert featuring liner notes.
Rerun Records is proud to present new editions of several long out of print releases from Pop-Garage-Punk legends Masters of the Obvious. We have made some of the early, cassette-only releases available on CDR with new, improved art, along with exclusive live discs and CDR editions of other out of print releases. These are "pro-made", fully authorized editions and only available from Rerun Records!
-Pack Your Troubles (RR/MOTO-CDR #666) The latest full length, recorded in Australia with members of the Cosmic Psychos!
-No Way Street (RR/MOTO-CDR #667) The last Chicago recordings...and leaving town on a high note!
-Battle of the Band - Greatest Hits 1988-2005 (RR/MOTO-CDR #668) Just like it sez! 31 Big Hits!
-Raw Power (RR/MOTO-CDR #669) Temporary non-vinyl edition while this classic is out of print. Two covers available! Paul and Cassette Crossbones editions.
-Live at the Lyon's Den, Chicago, IL January 24, 2003 (RR/MOTO-CDR #670) Great live set. Recorded off the soundboard with a good mix.
-M.O.T.O. Goes Back To College (RR/MOTO-CDR #671) A rousing live, FM broadcast from 2003.
-This Corpse Is A Warning (RR/MOTO-CDR #672) Originally released by Resonance Records in 1990, and it's been out of print since the early '90s. Classic Paul/Beck line up! Essential!
-TerraMOTO (RR/MOTO-CDR #673) Another classic cassette album. Originally released 1998.
-St. John The Bastard (RR/MOTO-CDR #674) Hit filled cassette album originally released 1999.
All M.O.T.O. CDR titles are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00
-V/A-Test Patterns CD (BDR #1)
A reissue of John the Mailman's St. Louis compilation LP brainchild from 1981. Straight up sing-along Punk, Power Pop, New Wave and even a couple SKA-ish songs! Two songs each by seven area bands. The Zanti Misfits, The Strikers, The Oozkicks, Trained Animal and more. Remastered from the original master tapes and sounding better than the original release! The booklet reproduces the LP insert along with new liner notes.
-Raymilland-Recordings '79-'81 LP+CD or CD (BDR #2)
Acid drenched Psych/Art Punk from the bowels of St. Louis. Hawkwind meets P.i.L. and Bauhaus. Includes their 7", unreleased demos and more. Available as a limited edition LP+CD package of 500 copies in a silk screened jacket with insert or packaged as a CD only in a CD wallet with fold out insert.
LP+CD package $12.00
CD format in CD wallet $6.00
-The Welders-s/t 7"ep (BDR #3)
Amazing all female, teen Glam Pop Punk band that started in 1975, and this is their unreleased four song EP from 1979. The record comes in a glue pocket sleeve with fold out insert featuring previously unpublished photos and liner notes by original producer Steve Scariano. Cover stars of the Feb. 2011 Maximum RnR! The first pressing on red vinyl is already sold out, and the second pressing on black is going fast! Don't miss out!
$6.00 each (2nd pressing)
-The Retros-Inner City Rockers - The Retros 1979 LP+CD or CD (BDR #4)
The Retros were arguably the best Punk band in St. Louis during their brief existence between 1978-1981. A couple attempts at recordings were made, but the Retros produced no official releases during their lifespan. In the Spring of 1979, the band was the subject of a final exam for a friend?s studio recording class at Webster University. When the exam was finished, the Retros took advantage of the couple hours of leftover studio time. They ripped through twelve originals in a quick, live-in-the studio type set up. The block of studio time was completely exhausted with the recording, and they didn't even have time for playback. The reel ended up on a shelf in Soundman/Manager, Don Hollenbeck's closet, and it would be almost thirty years before these recordings were heard by ANYONE. The LP includes the entire twelve song session, and the CD adds four, bonus live tracks. The LP is limited to 300 copies in a silk screened cover with a full color insert featuring photos, gig posters and liner notes, and it also comes with a copy of the CD. The CD format comes in a standard jewel case and is limited to 200 copies with alternate art.
LP+CD package $12.00 each
CD format $8.00 each
-Dear John-Frustrated Conversation - 30th Anniversary Re-Release 7" (BDR #5)
Two '70s style Power Pop songs ala Raspberries or The Shoes, originally released in 1981 on their own label. The single has been a tough find for Power Pop collectors, easily fetching $40-60 on auction sites. We found out why it has been hard to locate, when Robert Kuhlmann of Dear John let us know he found half the vinyl from the original pressing in storage during a visit to his mom's house! They had only printed a small number of sleeves at the time, so we've repackaged the remaining, original vinyl copies in a new sleeve featuring liner notes, gig posters and other ephemera. This re-release is limited to the 350 copies on hand. The first 100 copies include a download coupon for the single plus two bonus tracks from the same recording session.
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