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Punk Seven Inch CD Vol. 1

Lookout! 293

Released on June 17, 2003

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Originally released in 1988 and 1989 as LK 02, LK 05, LK 07, LK 09, LK12 and LK 16 this full length compact disc collects six of the first seven inch EPs that Lookout! Records released, many of which appear on CD format for the very first time. In the late 1980s when Lookout! first burst onto the scene, compact discs had barely been introduced, were rare and criminally overpriced. The seven inch EP was the main method that new amazing punk rock was distributed in the punk scene. Many bands and labels didn't have the money to record full albums. Seven inches were cheaper and more economical ways of getting your music out there for a band as well as a fan.

These EPs represent the early or often first recordings of the first year two years of Lookout! bands. In some cases, it was also their only release. Corrupted Morals offer five tracks of classic hardcore. Isocracy, featuring future members of Green Day and Samiam, offer 10 tracks of spastic irreverent punk rock. Plaid Retina's debut EP included 12 tracks of raging thrash in 10 minutes. Yeastie Girlz were political all-girl acapella rap. The Surrogate Brains' offer six songs of humorous melodic punk. Finally, Kamala & The Karnivores' EP included great tuneful pop punk.

Here is your chance to revisit the beginning of the vibrant east bay scene, a great label and some amazing punk. This CD is remastered and features original cover and insert artwork from the original vinyl-only releases. Watch for Volume 2!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Corrupted Morals -Be All You Can Be Voted #3  10%
2 Corrupted Morals -Peer Pressure  10%
3 Corrupted Morals -Corrupted Morals Voted #2  12%
4 Corrupted Morals -Power  7%
5 Corrupted Morals -Adventures Of Edwin Meese  2%
6 Isocracy -ZBHR  0%
7 Isocracy -Rodeo  5%
8 Isocracy -Hippie Man  5%
9 Isocracy -2 Blocks Away  0%
10 Isocracy -8  0%
11 Isocracy -Amilyplympt Three  0%
12 Isocracy -Funky Breakwire  0%
13 Isocracy -10 Seconds Of Anarchy  0%
14 Isocracy -Swisher Sweets  0%
15 Isocracy -Scalf Etaredefnoc  0%
16 Plaid Retina -Aggravated Assault  5%
17 Plaid Retina -One Way Thinking Voted #1  14%
18 Plaid Retina -Twisted  0%
19 Plaid Retina -Stupidity Disease  0%
20 Plaid Retina -Gone Mad  0%
21 Plaid Retina -Unlocked Door  2%
22 Plaid Retina -Plaid Retina  0%
23 Plaid Retina -Sugarfit  2%
24 Plaid Retina -Swallow Me Alive  0%
25 Plaid Retina -Leprosy  5%
26 Plaid Retina -Tears  0%
27 Plaid Retina -Palsiid  0%
28 Yeastie Girlz -FCC  0%
29 Yeastie Girlz -You Suck  0%
30 Yeastie Girlz -Sperm Brain  0%
31 Yeastie Girlz -Talkin' Shit  0%
32 Yeastie Girlz -Orgasm Addict  0%
33 Yeastie Girlz -Joyce  0%
34 Yeastie Girlz -Put A Lid On It  0%
35 Yeastie Girlz -Fuck Yourself  0%
36 Yeastie Girlz -Sue Your Friends  0%
37 Yeastie Girlz -Ode An Die Freude  0%
38 Surrogate Brains -Super Spectacular Day  0%
39 Surrogate Brains -You (Love Shit)  0%
40 Surrogate Brains -Tide On My Soiled Genes  0%
41 Surrogate Brains -If The Things They Say Are True  2%
42 Surrogate Brains -Downtown  0%
43 Surrogate Brains -America, The Machine  0%
44 Kamala And The Karnivores -Love Like Murder  7%
45 Kamala And The Karnivores -Back To Bodie  7%
46 Kamala And The Karnivores -Bone Bouquet  5%
47 Kamala And The Karnivores -Black Thumb  0%
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James from Wolcott, NY 
Mar 8 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The person who wrote a review kinda sumed it up, Isocracy is definitally the best band on there, and the drummer used to play for green day cool little fact there but anyway its not bad, but not the greatest album in the world but is one hell of a deal. You can't beat the price, i just wish the lookouts 7" made it on this...ohh well maybe the next valume if there is one

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Cesar from San Diego, CA 
Oct 26 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Ok This album aint so bad but i honestly expected better the first 3 bands Corrupted Morals,Isocracy,Plaid Retina, kick fucking ass Corrupted Morals sound like old skool Orange County,L.A punk bands and Isocracy is bad ass they have there own sound of East Bay Punk sound i guess and Plaid Retina The best fucking E.p. on this album ,Pure thrashy,Skate Punk its Fast short and just bad asss as for the YEASTIE GIRLZ its like some sort of a sing along shit ,I was dissapointed with that cause it sucked. Surrogate Brians was pretty cool reminded me of "I GOT NO" by Op Ivy so theres 4 bad ass e.p.'s in this album. The rest sucked one of them sound like some sort of Camp sing along shit the other kinda sounds like New wave, country shit ,but its worth buying 4 good e.p.'s out of 6 yeah it especially if your into Fast Skating Punk





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