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    Flesh EatersDisintegration Nation E.P.

    INSANE and awesome record from one of the first and finest San Francisco punk bands ever! Originally released in 1978 on Chris D's own Upsetter Records. Bespoke reproduction with open out double-sided 4 page sleeve. Out of print for 30 yrs! Four tracks of raw energy for ten quid - or u can buy the original for a few £100! The bomb!

    • – Disintegration Nation
    • – Agony Shorthand
    • – Radio Dies Screaming
    • – Twisted Road
    The Hollywood SquaresHillside Strangler

    Surely one of the best punk records ever! Los Angeles 1978 double-sider - KILLER indeed!

    • – Hillside Strangler
    • – Hollywood Square
    KaS ProductBlack & Noir: Mutant Synth-Punk from France 1980-83Soul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records are releasing a collection of lost recordings by French mutant experimental synth group Kas Product, all originally recorded in the period 1980 – 83. 

    Kas Product formed in 1980 in Nancy, France, as an electronic duo comprising ex-psychiatric nurse Spatsz on electronics and rhythm machines and Mona Soyoc on vocals and guitars.

    Kas Product feature on Soul Jazz Records’ recent 'Punk 45 – Les Punks: The French Connection'. Mainly recorded on early tape, synth and drum machines Kas Product’s mixture of Spatsz’ hypnotic, electronic and angular hard-edged beats matched to the spiky vocals and guitar work of Soyoc led to comparisons with Suicide, Liliput/Kleenex, Cabaret Voltaire as well as to the group being forerunners of the cold wave/ synth wave movement. Perhaps closer still is the Industrial sound of bands such as Throbbing Gristle and Einsturzende Neubaten. At the start of the decade Kas Product's 'So Young But So Cold' was also the title track of a defining collection of rare underground electronic French coldwave/synthwave bands on the Tigersushi label.

    The recordings here are taken from their early releases on the local Punk label from Nancy, France at the start of the 1980s, mostly recorded on a 2-track recorder in their bedroom, which led to them signing to RCA in 1982. These songs were first put together on CD by the French Fan Club label in 1990.  Essentially the group split-up in 1988 but Kas Product still come together to perform live today most recently in Paris, New York and Los Angeles. In 2012 their major label debut album was re-released in France.

    Soul Jazz Records are releasing this album on limited-edition 1000-copies worldwide vinyl LP (with download), CD and worldwide digital.

    Reviews and Articles:

    Read large feature in Noisey (in French) here

    • – Mind
    • – Black & Noir
    • – Seven
    • – Take Me Tonight
    • – In Need
    • – Malena
    • – Crash
    • – Mezzo
    • – Electric
    • – Party
    • – Doctor Insane
    No SeattleSoul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records new release takes us on a serious road trip into the North-West region of the USA, 1986-97, to explore the amazing lost and forgotten sounds of the Grunge era.
    This Deluxe massive 28-track Double CD with 44 page outsize booklet features extensive text, band features and interviews, exclusive photos.+ Also Worldwide digital release + Also Ltd.Edition Two seperate double-vinyl albums with full notes and free download code.

    The underground music scene of the North-west of America arose from the early 1980s, strung out in isolated towns across the vast state of Washington. In its early days bands who showed an allegiance to their roots of punk. Yet, by 1991,Nirvana, the biggest band in the world, had been born from this community of outsiders.


    This compilation features some of the many divergent bands who emerged out of the North-west during this era. Intensely researched and documented this album features many bands who have now disappeared from history after releasing maybe just a couple of singles, or an album, or even never making it onto vinyl – alongside some bands that continue to this day.
    Perhaps most fascinating is the wide-ranging styles that these grunge bands  incorporated - from punk to metal, experimental and more.


    All Roads lead to Nirvana: 17 of the bands featured here played alongside Nirvana in the period 1987-93. All 23 bands featured feature members who shared a stage with Nirvana. Jack Endino (The Ones) produced 37 Nirvana songs. Dave Foster (Helltrout) was Nirvana's 3rd drummer. Bundle of Hiss became TAD who played more gigs with Nirvana than any other band.
    With fantastically in-depth sleevenotes, interviews with most of the bands, exclusive photography and all sonically remastered tracks this is a comprehensive double CD (and 2 volumes of 2xLP vinyl releases) bringing together the hidden, lost and forgotten sounds of the North-west grunge era.


    Reviews & Articles:
    Seattle Times feature here.
    Irish Times here.
    Read article by compiler Nick Soulsby in Nirvana Legacy here 
    Read second article by the compiler here.
    Read article about the artwork here.

    • Starfish – This Town
    • Vampire Lezbos – Stop Killing The Seals
    • Nubbin – Windyyy
    • Saucer – Jail Ain't Stopping Us
    • Machine – Blind Man's Holiday
    • Medelicious – Beverly
    • Hitting Birth – Same 18
    • Nubbin – Wonderama
    • Crunchbird – Woodstock Unvisited
    • The Ones – Talk To Me
    • Pod – 123
    • Thrillhammer – Alice's Palace
    • Yellow Snow – Take Me For A Ride
    • Helltrout – Precious Hyde
    • Bundle Of Hiss – Wench
    • Starfish – Run Around
    • Thrillhammer – Bleed
    • Chemistry Set – Fields
    • My Name – Voice Of A Generation Gap
    • Small Stars – It's Getting Late
    • Shug – AM FM
    • Treehouse – Debbie Had A Dream
    • My Name – Why I Fight
    • Soylent Green – It Smiles
    • Kill Sybil – Best
    • Calamity Jane – Magdalena
    • Saucer – Chicky Chicky Frown
    • Attica – The System
    PUNK 45 : Chaos In The City Of Angels and DevilsSoul Jazz Records

    Chaos in the City of Angels and Devils’ is the new instalment of Soul Jazz Records’ Punk 45 series featuring an array of first generation Los Angeles punk bands including X, The Germs, The Zeros, The Urinals, The Weirdos through to second generation hardcore groups like The Circle Jerks, Adolescents and T.S.O.L.

    Unlike the other major cities of New York and London, Punk in Los Angeles was pretty much ignored by the major record industry. As bands sprang up, Los Angeles punk gave rise to a wide range of its own DIY independent records with labels like Dangerhouse, Bomp!, What? And Upsetter documenting the nascent emerging scene.

    Original Los Angeles punk came in two distinct phases. The first punk groups (c.77-79) all centred around The Masque club in Hollywood, and the birth of the first ever hardcore groups who emerged in the surrounding Los Angeles suburb and beach areas (c.1979-81), mixing punk, skate and surfer ideologies. This album includes music from both periods.

    Chaos in the City of Angels and Devils’ documents this in detail. The 64-page outsize CD booklet features extensive notes, exclusive photography from celebrated original photographers Jenny Lens, Melanie Nissen (Slash magazine) and Edward Colver, original cover art as well as interviews and features on bands and labels (including The Urinals, Flesh Eaters, Dangerhouse, Posh Boy, Frontier, Upsetter and more!).

    The deluxe double vinyl comes in gatefold sleeve, inner sleeves, insert + free download (+ full sleevenotes and photography). This is the sixth Punk 45 release on Soul Jazz Records and follows on from the earlier releases covering punk from Cleveland, Akron, UK, USA and proto-punk, as well as the book Punk 45 – Cover Art of Punk written in collaboration with Jon Savage.

    • The Middle Class – Out Of Vogue
    • X – We're Desperate
    • The Flesh Eaters – Disintegration Nation
    • The Weirdos – A Life Of Crime
    • The Urinals – I'm White and Middle Class
    • Iggy & The Stooges – I Got A Right
    • The Germs – Forming
    • Agent Orange – Bloodstains
    • Black Randy & The Metrosquad – Trouble At The Cup
    • The Urinals – Ack Ack Ack Ack
    • The Zeros – Don't Push Me Around
    • The Randoms – ABCD
    • Circle Jerks – What's Your Problem
    • The Bags – Survive
    • The Adolescents – Amoeba
    • The Dils – Class War
    • The Deadbeats – Brainless
    • The Simpletones – I Like Drugs
    • T.S.O.L. – World War 3
    • Eyes – TAQN
    • The Hollywood Squares – Hollywood Square
    • The Deadbeats – Final Ride
    PUNK 45 The Bizarros/Rubber City RebelsRubber City Rebels/White Screen Movies

    Seminal punk from Akron, Ohio. Two KILLER tracks of early raw punk from the rubber city packaged in miniature 7" replica of the Bizarros/Rubber City Rebels original shared release. Awesome and heavy!


    • – Rubber City Rebels
    • – White Screen Movies
    PUNK 45 The ScabsAmory Building E.P. (1979)

    Superb independent UK DIY punk from 1979 - unbelievably hard to find an original copy.

    Crazy fold-out sleeve bespoke exact replica DIY PUNK 45!

    • – Amory Building
    • – Leave Me Alone
    • – Don't Just Sit There
    • – U.R.E.
    PUNK 45: Burn Rubber City Burn!Soul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records' new 'Punk 45' album Burn, Rubber City Burn charts the rise of the music scene in the mid-west city of Akron, Ohio at a time when the city and the rubber industry it was associated with was in deep decline.
    Featuring a fantastic collection of Akron groups including Devo, The Bizarros, Rubber City Rebels, Jane Aire, Chi-Pig, The Waitresses and more.
    The album comes complete with extensive text as well as exclusive photos and original record artwork. CD comes with large booklet and thick slipcase. Vinyl edition is on deluxe gatefold double-vinyl with free download code.
    The album follows on from Soul Jazz Records' earlier Punk 45 albums about USA and British punk (Kill The Hippies! Kill Yourself! and There Is No Such Thing As Society) as well as the cover art book Punk 45.
    Burn, Rubber City Burn, coincides with the release of as a second album about Ohio’s early punk scene, Extermination Nights in the Sixth City – featuring the music scene of nearby Cleveland.
    REVIEWS:
     “Soul Jazz Records’ story of American punk opens up a whole 1970s history that is still underexposed.” The Guardian
    Read PITCHFORK piece on the album here.
    Read Quietus feature here

    • The Bizarros – I Bizarro
    • The Waitresses – The Comb
    • Hammer Damage – Laugh
    • Devo – Mechanical Man
    • Tin Huey – Squirm You Worm
    • The Bizarros – Lady Doubonette
    • Chi-Pig – Ring Around The Collar
    • Devo – Auto Modown
    • Rubber City Rebels – Kidnapped
    • Denis DeFrange and Mark Frazier – The Manikin Shuffle
    • Jane Aire and The Belvederes – When I Was Young
    • Tin Huey – Puppet Wipes
    • Chi-Pig – Apu Api
    • The Bizarros – Nova
    • Rubber City Rebels – Such A Fool
    • Denis DeFrange – Sector Wars
    • Ralph Carney – Closet Bears
    • 15 60 75 Numbers Band – Narrow Road
    PUNK 45: Extermination Nights In The Sixth CitySoul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records' new 'Punk 45' album charts the rise of underground punk in the mid-west city of Cleveland, Ohio, which for many people is the true birthplace of punk music in the mid-1970s.
    Featuring a fantastic collection of punk 45 singles from Cleveland groups including Pere Ubu, electric eels, The Pagans, Rockets From The Tomb, Mirrors, X–X and more.
    The album comes complete with extensive text written by Jon Savage as well as exclusive photos and original record artwork. CD comes with large booklet and thick slipcase. Vinyl edition is on deluxe gatefold double-vinyl complete with with free download code.
    The album follows on from Soul Jazz Records' earlier Punk 45 albums about USA and British punk (Kill The Hippies! Kill Yourself! and There Is No Such Thing As Society), pre-punk (Sick On You! One Way Spit!) as well as the deluxe cover art book Punk 45.
    Extermination Nights in the Sixth City coincides with the release of as a second album about Ohio’s early punk scene, Burn, Rubber City, Burn – featuring the music scene of nearby Akron.
    REVIEWS:
    “Soul Jazz Records’ story of American punk opens up a whole 1970s history that is still underexposed.”  The Guardian
    Read PITCHFORK piece on the album here.
    Read Quietus feature here

    • The Pagans – Street Where Nobody Lives
    • Jazz Destroyers – Love Meant To Die
    • Pere Ubu – Final Solution
    • The Broncs – Tele-K-Killing
    • electric eels – Splittery Splat
    • The Pagans – Dead End America
    • X-X – Approaching The Minimal With Spray Guns
    • The Defnics – 51%
    • Pere Ubu – Heart Of Darkness
    • The Human Switchboard – No !
    • X-X – A
    • Pressler Morgan – You're Gonna Watch Me
    • The Pagans – I Juvenile
    • Poli Styrene Jazz Band – Drano In Your Veins
    • The Mirrors – Hands In My Pockets
    • electric eels – Bunnies
    • Styrene Money – Everything Near Me
    • Rocket From The Tombs – Life Stinks
    Punk 45: Sick on You ! One Way Spit !Soul Jazz Records

    This new Punk 45 album is a collection of tracks of twisted, raw and energized proto-punk music from the early 1970s, ahead-of-its-time music which led the way for the birth of punk in the second-half of the 1970s.

    This new album is compiled and has extensive sleeve-notes by Jon Savage.

    Punk 45: Sick on You! One Way Spit! After the Love & Before the Revolution: Proto-Punk 1969-77 is the third volume in this series, following on from the two earlier albums as well as the massive 400-page Punk 45s cover art book published last year.

    While the first in the series, Punk 45: Kill The Hippies! Kill Yourself!, focused on the rise of underground punk in America, and the second album, Punk 45: There is No Such Thing as Society did the same for punk and post-punk in Britain, this album draws upon some of the stripped-down hard garage and post-glam sounds of mainly obscure bands that existed in the early 1970s - that were to prove the template for the forthcoming punk movement.

    This is a unique and fascinating collection of proto-punk tracks from across the USA - Cleveland’s Electric Eels, San Francisco’s Crime, Los Angeles’ Zolar X, Baltimore’s George Brigman and more – as well as from the UK –  with Joe Strummer’s pre-Clash 101ers, the speed- induced r’n’b of the Count Bishops and others also included.

    As usual the album comes complete with text, biographies on each of the bands, exclusive photos and original record artwork.

    The album is released on CD with outsize large booklet and thick slipcase and limited-edition super-loud, super-heavy double vinyl edition complete with full sleeve-notes and free download code. These Punk 45 releases are also the first that Soul Jazz Records are making available as worldwide digital releases.

    'Top 50 best reissues of 2014" Rolling Stone magazine

    • Debris – One Way Spit
    • George Brigman – Jungle Rot
    • Death – Politicians In My Eyes
    • The Hammersmith Gorillas – You Really Got Me
    • Crime – Hot Wire My Heart
    • Mirrors – She Smiled Wild
    • The Hollywood Brats – Sick On You
    • Pastiche – Derelict Boulevard
    • Cabaret Voltaire – Makes Your Mouth Go Funny
    • Jack Ruby – Hit & Run
    • Victoria Vein and The Thunderpunks – Rear Guard Action
    • Electric Eels – Cyclotron
    • The Count Bishops – Ain't Got You
    • Rob Jo Star Band – Acid Revolution
    • The 101ers – Keys To Your Heart
    • The Killer Kane Band – Mr Cool
    • Simply Saucer – Here Come The Cyborgs Part 2
    • Zolar X – Space Age Love
    • Hector – Wired Up
    • Stavely Makepeace – I Wanna Love You Like A Mad Dog
    • Radio Pete – Just A Patsy
    Two Synths, A Guitar (And) A Drum Machine - Soul Jazz Records #1 Post Punk DanceSoul Jazz Records

    OUT NOW!

    Soul Jazz Records new ‘Two Synths, A Guitar (and) A Drum Machine’ is a new collection of current D-I-Y post-punk bands shaped by the mutant sounds of no wave, punk funk and New York Noise bands from the late 70s and early 80s that collided with the world of underground dance music found at the Paradise Garage, Mudd Club in New York City (ESG, Arthur Russell, Bush Tetras, Talking Heads, Suicide, Liquid Liquid).

    Other influences cited here include Manchester and Sheffield’s industrial post-punk sounds of the 1980s (Joy Division, Cabaret Voltaire, Gang of Four) as well as the 1970s German electronic experimentalism of Cluster, Neu!, Harmonia and Can.

    Featured artists from around the globe include Los Angeles D-I-Y band Automatic, New Fries from Toronto, artist/music collaborators Toresch from Germany, Susumu Makai from Japan/UK, Vex Ruffin from the Phillipines/California and Madmadmad, Gramme, Tom of England and other UK groups

    That all the bands featured here manage to make distinctive contemporary music out of these 80s roots is testament to the wide range of other musics that are seamlessly absorbed into a modern melting pot of sound – hip-hop, the electronic European avant-garde, rave culture, and more.

    The double vinyl comes in two editions:

    1) Limited edition indies EXCLUSIVE heavyweight green double vinyl housed in bespoke individual inner sleeves with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured.

    2) Limited edition heavyweight black double vinyl housed in bespoke individual inner sleeves with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured.

    The album is also available as a CD and digital release

    • Automatic – Too Much Money
    • Zongamin – Underwater Paramid
    • New Fries – Lily
    • Vex Ruffin & Fab 5 Freddy – The Balance
    • Ixna – Somebody Said
    • Leroy Duncann – Dream River
    • Tom Of England – Neon Green
    • Toresch – Tocar
    • Becker & Mukai – La Rivière des Perles
    • Gramme – Discolovers
    • Niagara – Ida
    • Charles Manier – Sift Through Art Collecting People
    • Black Deer – Baseball Shorts
    • Madmadmad – Hot Disco
    • Wino D – Untitled