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PUKE SPIT AND GUTS - Eat Hot Lead LP

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PUKE SPIT AND GUTS - Eat Hot Lead LP

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The first ever reissue of the infamous Eat Hot Lead LP from San Fernando Valley’s PUKE SPIT & GUTS! Fully authorized by the band’s surviving members, this is a ten-years-in-the-making project that was originally slated for re-release by Alternative Tentacles. A crew of spirited So. Cal. weirdos, as opposed to mere punks, Puke Spit & Guts released the LP on their own Important Records label in 1980. Members DONNY DEATH, CAPTAIN WORM, DICK HEAD (real name!), MARIE MANSLAUGHTER and STUICIDE assembled this absurdist and raunchy LP with the unholy shrieks of human beings being fed into a countertop blender between each track. On the opening cut - the 'PS&G Theme' - Death declares most bizarrely and brazenly 'Sex Pistols couldn’t hold their liquor, Ramones wear tennis shoes! Alice Cooper is a party pooper, we’re the punk band for youuuu!' On 'Kill for Kicks' he proclaims 'I’m so tired, I’m so bored, I don’t wanna live no more! Life is a fucker and I’m a whore!' And it only gets weirder from there. Marie Manslaughter lets you know if you wanna get some of her fine lovin’ you gotta get with some self-mutilation on 'Send Me Your Ear,' and even then, anal sex is outta the question on 'You Ain’t Never.' We’re not even gonna attempt to tell you what Captain Worm is yelling about on the title track. This one-in-a-million scumbag rarity makes a killer companion to your Mentors, Jabbers, Broken Talent, and We’re Loud records. Check the full story / interview by Laurent Bigot in the upcoming issue of Ugly Things Magazine (#45). Here’s Jello Biafra, as quoted from Re/Search’s Incredibly Strange Music Vol. II tome:“Most extreme of all in music and attitude was PUKE SPIT & GUTS from Southern California - their album was subtly titled Eat Hot Lead. They’re none to subtle about how much they hate having to play with punk bands, even though they sound like them. In L.A. they even had a run-in with an original D.C. hardcore band, The Teen Idles (Ian MacKaye pre-Minor Threat; Henry Rollins was their roadie). Seems Ian borrowed their bass amp and blew it up. P.S.& G. chased them all over the parking lot outside Madame Wong’s (a punk club)!”


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