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Fight For Freedom; Number 12; Los Alamitos, CA

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Published on March 3, 2014

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FIGHT SIgNAL· OF FOR :FREEDOM#12 -LL-N·· UnWI I U.. SUMME~ tB4 CaThEdrAl Of TEARS DiSTRess NO IDENTITY I , , -~---- -------- -------------

"ANARCHIS?1 AND Cm~HUr-.'ES" Anarchism is the only political doctrine that affirms the desirability and possibility of a society without binding norms and tho political power and institutions of enforcing them. Anarchists believe that a man is innately benevolint and cooperative and that he is prevented from being his gcodspontaneous self by the corrupt institutions Ilr'd practices of gcvB!"n!'nent,eligion, r education, and the economy, Ther-e have bee n-e-and ther-e are today--anarchist t.h i nker-s , moveme nt.s f'.!'ld. par-tres , but there , has never been an anarchist ~tate or 50ciety, because the very concepts of state and societ:yirrplynorms, laws, and authoritative agencies and institutions e nf'or cdng binding rules. As the Romans put it: Ubi societas ibi ius (1!!her~ there :'5 society, there js law). ""Jhenevereven small f,roups of peop.Le -:i th shared goals and ideas ~et together to set up "unstructured" communities without power and government, as has happened Ln hundreds of American communes in the last decade, they inevitably discover t.hat even small communes cannot do 'W'ithoutsome forms of government and po-:er. I founder-member of a successful commune in Virginia, after five yp.ars of experience, writes: "A ~roup that choeses to have no govornment is not t.hereby going to go wlthout one. It is merely going to delivery government into the hands of the head of t.hedominance hierarchy-- to those pecple who just naturally rise to the top_ There, without ~uidelines or rules of any kind, the natural leader will exercise his power for good or bak, and recognize or not recolSnize his responsibility to the other! people, de pend Lng on his ideas and conditioning" C:: course, the very existence of communes, whether in the United States, 0,," in other countries, is possible only because the larger society supplies protection against theft, robbery, and physical violence to which even members of anarchically inspired communes are exposed. All of us revel to some extent against power and authority, and many have dreamed of a society in which political power and compulsion woild be k"'pt, t(' a Minimum. But eve n the most ~: committed Jeffersonian recognizes that there can be no society wi thout political power arid autbor-t ty , and tha t the realistic objective should be, first, to devise a political system in whech pO'."er widely diffused, and, second. to set up procedures is through which the exer cf.se of poli tJ.caJ. power can be kept within legitimate bounds. " •• " •• " •• It •••• it "" It t ••• " •••• " It II •••••• It" II •• "" •••• II •••• It •••• If •• " •• It •• tit If •• II •••• II II •• " It II •••••••• " It" •••• ft I PIG CHILDREN KAEIBIE 1. Kathleen Kinkade, A ~~lden Two Experiments Years of Twil Oaks Community, New York: I The First Five Horrow, 1973, p. 23. I·· I

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I~;lii·RI~~I. 7;": N~WI 1.~~E.'l'T~R~~ ~ "'t 0 " C P1C.1-10rtE SONG DEDICA'rrONS f" c. -_ "'0 seNG· SCCT'!'Tf>H -"f~s';'r'J!TjNAIlzED";';' ~~ "I SAT", YOUR ~10MMY " ••• ALL ,JC~,'":SnENDEP3 i·I'WAN"!' MORE" P?NT ~0':"S "~.JP.E'CkINv crtEX~" DALeNT ' "NO F'REINDS7 -. - ::'-W.-A-T-B-r,,-s--·-·-'-'l~I=F'~E:":-I~lT-PLASTIC BAVr" ~C':!.!~r::::~::::':IC;:':;, LITTLE ED GLOVES ~--. RT~Cr A'PIT THE DOG" .• ;¥7! !@ 'T~~'ifrf-TItE ~OYS "UUGLr 'l'HE CRF>l '. "P.EVENG-E" 'l'HifG.I:u.~fF~C7 "I LOVE Ln'1:N~ IN THE CFY"" "LONG- I~IVE THE KING. to MR<i. 00& "LE1VE ALONE" YOU KNOW '.¥HO fjii1f tJS-I r t t l.:.."=--.,.... "TEENACTE WARNINc;." YOlm OFFSPRING NO WAY TO SPF:ND reus YCUTH" ? IiIT'~.r" '!OURE ANTI REX MORALIN "TRATS "SU~~ "you~T~~" . . -!.!1iTIn1L- '!JICY.! , .n_~ ot MT~E "!OR~l!E ~"E .TMm~ •GARY &- CO. "YJ.Nrrr- MCE &: JACK" SUN~E'l' C'RE'..l "T,t.rp; AftE THE PEOPLEh' MOM &: . F?OH Y l~CUSFY S!~Cl> ?rsi<;i~ ·.·UII jre rn~ ~& 1 ~UA VE , ,'BALLOONS {7 ~ECONDRT---y(ftj)"-" , fl!:"tAv-rnEPRY 01 WE MlE FAMILY M.~.. _.-!:2Y.E ~TORY (TSOL) If DEAo r,oiO·F"e 1<' ~'" t... 'il;.. PLEARE PRINT ~-oL"AN'1?h.LS S.'.1. ·actt:~~m~,~~l~.'-~'~.'--: it MY LET'rER IN THE ?-~EXTISSUE CF F. F. F • SUBURBI 1- A . I ~AVE READ YOUR ISSUE'S #10 & 11 T'r:ANKS TO RICK KO.~ICK FROM ~TANTON CALI.FOHNlA. I THINK Y0f.".TR FAN. ZINE I~ I r ::iQUITE OCCD,ESPECIALLY THE INTl~V!EIfffl.I P.AVE gENT YOU .Mf.Y,ISSUE f; Or: MY FANZINE CALLED "BLC,T,.j·N TO 13ITSI" MOVIE Rf-V/Ew '·'.'~AMF.~SAGE TO U PUNK &: !=)KINHEAD GROUPS:WHY NOT ~" by '1 Go INTO MY FA~~ZINE? .TH~! ENG{,ISH pmn:s &: SKINS,. AN·· C ..·'· , "~--.:;....--...;.~ ' .. __ • :, READ ABOl?T YOt!. IF YOLRE INTERESTED ;-::Et,D ME INFO;{~.AT . TOTAL SHIfl t PM SURE THE PUNX IN THE so, ION,PHOTOS OF YOUR BAND &: A TAPE SO I CAN ~EAR YaJR VIE DONT LIVE THAT WAY,BUT rtM NOT DENYING i~~· MUSIC: SEND TO- 33 RONALDSHAY,WIDNER,C"tIESHTRE.WASoYR SOME no ELSEWHERE.,,(,HB MonE JUST DIDNT SEEM " SEND ME ,4, ZINE & I'LL TRADEI ctCSl'~ TO R.lTRESENTING PUNK gUBCHLTURE-MAY_ .s.x, RJC ell ;:1 ~~~ I.I"IOIVIP ~ r:-I:- ~ "~~~~~.~ ••."""~~ a BE i;Ol~.THE MOVIE HAD ONE IMPORT AN'!' FACT:TH.4T MOST Pt'NKS ARE FR··X tt.. )l . OM BROKEN F'AMll.IES .BUT THERE ARE HEY WHATS UP? VANDAL HERE GIVING YOU ANOTHER UPDATE ON THE "FIGHT tors OF KIDS FR~1 BROKEN FAMTI,IES FOP! F'PEEDOM" CA~~ETTE COMPILATION.ALL ~ANDS THAT A~E INTERESTED IN WHO ARENT PUNK.(SO WHAT HIGHT?) ~EING ON THE KOMP MU:1T i>END A TAPE ~Y AUGUST 31st 1~~4.THAT.c; THE IF YOURE NOT IN THE SCFl'lE & YOU LMT DAY OF SUMMF;R~Y THE WAY.ALL BANDS HAVE THE OPTION OF PUTTING SEE THE MOVIE AND YOURE A STUPID, IN A "BAND PAGE" FOR THE "SPECIAL EDITION FFF ZINE" TO ~E SOLD WITH CLOSEMINDED PERSON,YOU'U,IPROBABTHE KOMP.ON THE BAND PAGE YOU gHOULD INCLUDErA SHonT HISTORY OF THE V{ THINK THIS WAS II PRErTY GOOD ~ANDfBAND INFO,LYftICS,WHFPtE TO GEl' II HOLD OF YOUR ~AND etc. THE RAND . SID~ARY OF' THE LIFE &: TI~ OF II . PAGE IS OPTIONAL THOUGH.ON EA.CH TAPE THAT .11 BAND :1ENDS US WE WILL PUNK. (WHAT THE HELL IS PUNK ANYW, USE 1 SONG. YOU CAN CHOOSE IT OR WE CAN CHOOSE IT .1'1' CAN ~E A STUDIO i An) SUMMARY~THE fJIOVIE WAS LIKE DEJ~O Oft GARAGE TAPE.THIS IS A NON-PROFIT ENDEAVOR.WE ARE SELLING DrARp.HF..A~I 'liAS WONDERING WHEN IT THE KOMP AT cosr.nur MEANS WE ARE SELLING IT ElOR WHAT THE ~8 MINU- lJlOULD END. TE CASSEl'TES COSTS WHEN WE ~UY THEM AT THE STOftE.THU::l WE CANT REAL-~""::~·>.'· '''''~'' LY PAY ANY ~ANDS ANY DUCKErS cuz wE ARENT GONNA BE MAKING ANY MONEY_~ A~, ,,: OFF THIS EITH:ffi.THE HEASON WE·~F. DOING IT IS SO soxs OF THE LOICAL A'M'ENTION FANZINE WRITERSI F.F ••F. ~ANDS FROM AROUND THI~ A!'tEII CANGE!' THE ATTENTION &: RECOGNITION TH••. WItL TRADE AD SPACE IN YOUR ZINE EY DE~EftVE BEYOND OlUNGE COUNTY &: L.AI• ~ANn9 THAT HAVE AGREED TO PA FOR AD SPACE IN MINE-ADS MUST BE RTICIPATE THUS FAR INCLUDErf.1Bl'L, __ '-1'--;-':;' --- •. _~THE ~AME SIZE &: I MUST REel EVE A ,. M.A PXt:1;.,.n:.:.s •.o.s. ,.!!lS"!'lG.~TOR.MOX.=N:rx .• '1E,ATH raSTF!? ,BAD !NF1;UE ..n COPY OF YOUR 7.INE WITH THE AD IN N~F:.F'llLP1& TT){:E:_<:,~R~T OFFm-1S~.BLACK una,PIer CHTLDREN. . IT ••F'OR FURTHER INFO WRITE c/o 1'I{:J"I~ )AM!'~Y.I!)~~~~!~:~!)TTIm;. PLAIH1j,m~,y 1 CA~LL' 'fH';; ~~!!..I~".,~£I1RE.<)S,.~ ..••••. • NEWS . .' I I -i~ r-"-.,.....· __.to':::... "

  • Listings BANDS s .. ~ 'I l.,!,'" '&'ocr - BANDS-(LA LIST OF UNIFORM CHOICE I '.' i; .•• :.~. ADDRESSF$ & PHON C/o DAVE MELLO,---' '. . . NlJMBER~ ON WHERE 5711 EAST 2nd sr.,#4,LON& BEACH CA.. ,"~Q3 I /' ~ I,~ '"'A"ViJ/ TO CONTACT THE (213)-43)~'''7/ 1&232 HONOLULU!.' DftIVE,H.B. CA I f•••• l!AND,,'!' TO F.F.F. '2~4' (71~4(O-1543) r .! .I.~ FOR INCLUSION IN ~r:i ~ ~-~I "'~. • OUR "!AND LIgTIN&S' ; I SECTION ••• READER.C- , -'. .. '. ~.:.;J.i~ meaDSYOUO:;~ ~END INFOON~i~~ L.A. !mER YOUTH OR(;ANIZATION,P.O. BOX I..... ALTERNATIVE RA . ' 67A44,L.A •. Cal1fornia,900 7 FANZINES & YOUTH F. F. F • ,3191 RUTH ELAINE DRIVE,Loo ALAMITOS OR&ANIZATIONS TO Californiaf9072~ F.F.F. &: WE WILL PUNX FOR SURVIVAL,lb51 AMHERST AVE.,WEST LA PAgS ON THE INFO California,9Q025 ro OUR READERSu •• POST WJIR,P.O. BOX t613 FUu.ERTON CA. ,92631 THANXI ( DONT REALLY KNOWIF THESE GUYS ARE A "YOOTH FLIPS!T)E #42!( $1. .'O/P.O. BOX :H),WHITTIER CA•• ,OU~ OR(TANIZATION" BUT THE! DO SEND ME INTERESTI. ANOTHF.RG-REAT JAM PACKED EDITION.THIS rssus WE HAVE NG- BITS OF INFOP.MATION etc. f.IKE. "!OYCOTT INTERVIEW~ wI BA~IC MATH,CONFLICT,DR.KNOW,G-RIM,HEART THE L.A. GAMES" &: STICKERS.WRITE TO THESE A'I'TACK,NEIG-H:BORHOOD WATCH,PLAIN Wft.AP,SUBHUMANS,T~OL. GUYS AND I'M SURE THEY'll. EXPLAIN)-WHAT QUAL! SUMERFUGEfWHIPPIN~:BOY ,CHARLIE HARPER ,DOU(7 MOODY,&OL FIES TO BE A YOUTH ORGANIZATION YOU SAY? WELL DENVOICE,& OUTER CIRCLE.ALfiO THE USUAL GLUT OF LErTIF YOU PUT ON SHOWS,GO OUT OF YOOR WAY TO BRI . ERS,RECORD REVIEWS.PIX,OPINIONS.~CENE REPORTS ete. N~ OUT OF STATE BANDS TO TOWN,P~~S OUT IMFORM WELL WOP.TH A BUCK & THE BEST ZINE IN LeA. ATION ON CONCERNING- THE "PUNK SCENE" OR POUT 'MAXIMUM ROCK N ROLL 13 .1.'~ P.O. !lOX 2~,BERKELEY ICAL ISSUER} THAT FAUS INTO THIS CATEq-ORY • . CA.,,47.1)-BEST U.~. & WORLIMIDE PUNK COVERAG-E.HEAVY· .-.",>',{ •••>-.;,."".~ ON THE POLITICS. TONS OF SCENE REPORT~ & RECO.ftD REVIE .WS.AL~O INTERVIEWS w/ NIHILISTICS,A.MEmX.~rrpERS ,UGLY AMERICANS,SECOND WIND,C~DE SSfCOLERA.PLU~ A WHOLE LOT MORE. ~. »« ._ ~ l' _/ '"t -::} .~J~ "',~f ,.... 1- "".• '~~. let', 1 ' ~ "'1 r.'7a Mii)A . "r7Ii~:::=":; ' !fI'The badge ll~ ~:::::=;:=~.====::=----::--- Youth _Or8anjzarions 60ft.. ~~(~ ZINES TRENDSETTER 11 ($.75/4144 HURON AVE. ,CULVER CITY CA•• "2)1) -COOL LITTLE ZINE WITH INTERVIEWS W 7 SECONDS, / CAUSE FOlt ALAJItM,CODE OF HONOR,STALAG- 1),DETOX,KTI.LROY DONT NO.PATltI~S.ICONO~~T & THE ~RIM.AL~O THERE'S SCENE REPORTS RECORD REVIEWS NEWZ etc. FIND YOUR IDENTITY 1 C a MIKE MORRIS, lb' 2. DAISY AVE.,FOUNTAIN VALLEY CA.,'27'~/FREF. I THINK)-THIS ONE-PAG-ER FEATURES SHORT INTERVIEW~ W! PIG- CHILDREN &: ICONOCLAST ••IT • S PUT OUT BY MIKE OF NO IDENTITY &: HE THINKS EVERYONE HAS THE ABILITY TO PUT THE..C;ETIPE OF 1 PA(:rE 'ZINE/HANDOUT gHE~S (AND I AG-RF.R).CHECK THIS OU~ IF yOU ICAN FIND I~. PSYCHED MANIFESTATIONS 1 NO PRICE INFO 113 WALLIN. SFORD DHTVE,LOS ALAMITOS CA. ,,.72_)-YF..AH,THE LEAD SI N(;.F.R FOR HAVOC IS PUTTINCr OUT THIS NEW ZINE. THE SECO NO TO COMF.OUT OF ROTMORE THE FIRST ISSUE SHOULD BE •• OUT M THE TIME YOU ttF.AD THIS SO LOOK FOR IT •• Oft .. !lUMAN COMPASS (C/O SCOTT PLECHNEPt,~f)5 ELECTlUC AVE•• SEAL BEACH CA ,0740)-HAVENT SEEN THIS ONE OUT YET ~UT IT SHOULD' G-OOD.SEND ALL CON,[,RI~TIOU~ LIKE PICTURES.JltECORD REVI~ ,SCENE REt'ORTS .te. TO Al'OVE hDDRERS. BE i' OTHER ZINE.~ OUT mERE THATI I DIDN't' GET AN I~SUE OF; •. ' .. DEG-ENERATION #1(14921 ALTATA DRIVE, PACIFIC PALISADES .: •-: .: CA•• 902?2 ••$1.00)-reature,s S.OIOS •• AG-AINSTtlNEGATIVE APl .;, ." /'ROACH Ii more-A.R.M. '2,(6440 CAPISTRANO WAY ,RIVERSI .•. :~.! _ • - .. • '.~ f •. r '". "~.', •. •••••.•. ~.-. ..t.i! I ••. . , ~.

    •.. N E W S PiC.: HAVIf. MAP.TI~j;Z. LE ""HROU/~HT ..f, HE MAIL. FINALLY ,LOOK FOR A ~OUTH JBAY KOMP Eli'rITLED "MADE IN THE SOUTH BAY" TO THE CLUB SCENE IN L.A. (FOR JU!=lT ABOUT ANY KIND OF MU !E RELEA..<;EDSHORTLY••IT WILL FEATURE !BOOT to !=lIC) IS GOING- STRONGER THAN EVER.IF YOU ARE IN A BA- BANDS FROM THAT AREA. ND WITH ANY KIND D>F GET UP &: ({O YOU COULD PROBABLY FI LOTS OF BANDS HAVE PASSED THRU L.A. WITHIN THE ND A CLUB/HALL TO PLAY AT.THE CATHAY IS STIll. GaINCf LAST COUPLE OF MONTHS.SOME OF THEM INCLUDE,SIO WITH ABOUT FOUR TO SIX SHOWS A WEEK.ONLY DIFFERENCE UXSIE &: THE BANSHE~,EXPLOITED,NICK CAVE AND AT THAT CLUB IS THAT TUKt;DAY NITF;: ARE NOW $2 DOLLAR THE BAD SEEDS,THE CULT,TOY DOLI~C;.ADICTS.METEONITES IF YOURE UNDER 21. THE MUSIC MACHINE IN WEST U RS, TEST DEPARTMENT,DOA,PER.SONALITY CRISIS ,STRE HA~ BEEN HOSTIN(f SOME REALLY GOOD BILL.e; OF LATE.I 00 TCH MARKS,KRAUT,FREEZE,t4'...ARcrINAL MAN,CORROSION NT KNOW IF THE DE ANZA THEATRE IN RIVERSIDE MADE IT - OF' CONFORMITY,SLAUHHTERHOOSE 5tEFFIc.rI~,NEfrATI PAST THEIR FIRST SHOW.(fOLDENVOICE ENTERPRIS~ CONTINO VE APPROACH,BIt{ BOYS,JFA,MEAT PUPPETS ,FACTION , E~ TO ROLL C~.~V &: THE B.Y.O. CELEBRATED THE RELEASE AN(iST. TALES OF TERROR,DRI,&: BATTALION OF SAIN-~ OF THE "SOMEI'HIN(f TO BELIEVE IN" KOMP WITH A SHOW AT TS. PEFIKINS WITH YOUTH BRI({ADE.CHANNEL ),(7 SECONDS CANC SOME NEW &: OLD L.A. BANDS TO WATCH FOR-THE HAELLED) .STRETCH MARKS &: RIGOR MCRTIS.GOLD1!:NVOICE CONTI Gs,NECROBEASTIES,PAINTED WILLIE (featurin EX- ' NUES TO BRING- OVER THE BEST TALENT FROM THE U .Fr •• AND MEMBERS OF SIN )4)00tI(&: THE SLU(fS,911,MECrADEA ELe;EWHERE.4OLDENVOICE ALSO BOOKS THURSDAY NITES AT TH,CORPSE,INSOLENTS,BURijULARS.BALANCE OF TERRTHE CATHAY.ROXANNES IN ARCADIA WILL ILET .msr ABOUT OR,MORTICIANS.PITBULL,V~INA DENTATA.~TERN ANY BAND PU~Y THERE,JOE IS REALLY C~OL.A!=l USUAL D.C. WASTE,SIS-Q~LINT,SPCA,&::3 SECOND VIOLATION. 5/1 fluN ROS5/"fSf7 IS PRE'M'Y DEADaTHE ONLY 2 CLUBS DOWN 'l'HERE,ICHABODS &: THE CONCERT FACTORY,CLOSED THEIR rp:ms TO THE PUNKE R~ IN THE BEGINING- OF !=lUMMFR .MARl<: O~ nONE SOCIETY FAN ZINE &: THE BAND H.K.A. (24272 MIMOSA AVE.,LA~JNA NIfrU EL CALlFORNIA,92(77) IS PUTTINC:r ON A SHOW IN LACfUNA AT THE INFERNO CLUB W/ TERMINALL CHILDHHOD,H.K.A. ,&: E.D. Y. THATS ABOUT THE ONLY THIN~ I KNOW OF GOING- DOWN '!HERE OTHER THAN PARTIES. I ON THE RECORD FRONT SST HAS RELEASEIp NEW MATERIAL FROM SACCHARINE TRUST, WURM&: ST .•TITUS ~SPINHEAD RECORDS IS WE TO PUT OUT A COMPILATION FF..AfURINCf. DECRY,MINUT EMEN,PAINTED WII..LIE,NIP DRIVERS & M~RE. + A WHDI,E LP BY PAINTED WILUE.45 4RAVE IS SCHEOOLED TO RELEM-iE A SUMMER SIN(fLE WITH A COVER OF ALIC~" COOPERS "SCHOOL3 OUT" ON IT .GASA,TANKA RECORDS IS SEr TO PUT mUT A NEW RED CROSS LP &: 2 WHITE FLAG- LP's IN THE NEAR FUTtffiE. THE LATF$T FLI~SIDE VIDEO KDMP IS 0 T &: IT FEATURES G.B.H. ,KRAUT ,SCREAM.WIUTE FLAG,ADR ALIN O.D •• MISFITS TSOL,FU's.DICKIF.S,NAKED RAThUN.~ .•,!.• ,l(ERMS,& THE FREE... ZE.AFTEH THIS mlE IS RELEASED FS IS GeNNA PUT OUTANO THER VIDEO KCMP AS WELL A,.C; A WHITE FLAG- VIDEO.MYSTICs "COPULA1ION" KCMP IS OUT ! IT FEATTJn~ ILL REPU'l'E.DrL }(NOH',BLACK FLAf:;,WHITE FLAcrfSVD~.A.trc.tR~SION wWURM.MENT ORS,l;:RIM,AMERICAS HARDCORE.CR. ,ANKSHAFT ARYAN DI~c.rRACE'1 .• NEW RECrIME &: MORE.N];}'1 RE((IME xr.so HAS A TAPE AVAILAB , J. I-b-'-- L-,stlngs ETG .. C U" CATHA!' DE (fRANDE.,lboo NORTH AR{fYLE AVE.• ,HOLLY WOOD CA.•/4H...407 OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM,t80t SOUTH GRAND AVE•• L.A. CA. ,628..4)44PERKINS PALACE,129 NORTH RAYMONDAVE.,PASADENA78t8"'79~-?OOt ROXA..~NES,1.31 EAST HUNTIN4-TON DRIVE,ARCADIA/ h45-9199 SfARDUST BALLROOM,5b12 SUNSET BLVD.,HOLLYWooD 4t,2~5555 THE MUSIC MACHINE.12220 WEST PICO BLVD. ,WEST L•. ./820~51! A JgLDENVOICE 21 )-225-0214 ~~ , ..••..• .. -.== "~l)«*~** PROroCrIONS -==~~~..."",.,~...,.,..,..",..- ~ Ij:'i:;, r; .O~.J _ IF ANY OF YOU READERS OUT THERE KNOWOF ANY CLUBS OR HALL~ THAT BOOK PUNK OR ALT ERNA1'IVE MUS1C,DROP US A L1_N_E_,'_.T_F:...;.:.,:..F..:, •.:...,F.=-. _ n- . ~!~ f.._1 ~ f'i~~~~ ~ d£>-~;; -;.~~_It' ~ ';,·.l •••• ••••••• Mt~~
  • FFF.ALL INTRODUCE YOURSELVES AS MEMBEas-OF THE ~AND. ERIC:ltM ERIC I SING. JOHNsI'M JOHN,I PLAY GUITAR. ~:MA R! PLAYS BASS &: GREG PLAYS DRUMS. FFFI WHERE ARE .ALL OF YOU FROM? GREG: LONG BEACH.. ERIC :'I'HE DEEPEST DARKES'l' JUNG LE5 OF LONGBEACH. !!..Q!iJ!aI LIVE IN lID NTING-TON,BUT I'M li'ROM LONG- BEACH. !JIT.' HOW LONG- HAS THE lAND :BEEN TOFEl'HER & WERE YOU IN ANY PREVIOUS BANDS? ~ • .I'VE :BEEN IN A LOT OF BAlm.<;. !!Q!!!:. THIS :BANDtS :BEEN TO ETHER SIX MONTHS; ME AND' JOHN USED TO BE IN MORAL DECAY, , BUT WE NEVER PLAYED ANYWHERE. !!!!£ I ,! :BUT WE WERE WAY HOT. WE WERE ONE OF THE; j BEST T .ALENTS EVER TO COME UP. J<?!lli:' i WE JUST PLAYED IN OUR ROOM CUZ WE DID NT LIKE THE LITTLE CROWD..<;" AND THEN . ' .•• I QUIT, OR WE BROKE' UP OR WHATEVER,THEN, :j UHW X1Jl )(H:G... J J I PLAYED WITH HUMANWASTE &: ERIC STRU lSO (;GLED WITH FINAL WARNIHIT. THE UNWILLING HAS BEEN TOOErHER FOR SIX MONTHS AND . . JOHN ,YOU WERE IN HUMANWASTE. ~:ME & MARK : WERE THE ORr", IH.AL MFlmERS OF UNWILLING. ~. .. . ' . . WAIT A MINUTE,ITS A WHOLE NEW BAND,EVERrONE'S ORIGINAL. FFF.GREG WAS INTO PLUD DRUMS GEOBG-E DEUKMAJiAN t THE GOVERNORS SON ,SO THEN YOU OUT THINGS WEQQ LIJCE TOO,AT LEAST I 00 CUZ I'M BAILED HIM OUT OF THE :BAND... GRE§:NO,HE QUIT DOING- THE SIN(fING. G-RE'.SKATING RIPS. JOHN. ON HIS OWN ACCORD.HE COULONT HANDLE THE SPEED WE HAVE SOME (iOVERNMENT SON(fS LIKE "MASSACRE IN OF THE MUSIC THO.HE PUSSED OOT. THATS WHERE JOHN BEIRUT. It FFF.WHAT ARE SOME OF, YOUR FAVORITE BA CAME !M,THE MASTER OF GUITAR. !!QID!.ERIC CALLED ' NDS? RE .ADOLESCENTS. E~CIHENDRIX,A.DOI.ESCE - ME UP. ERIC:I SAID."HEr JOHN WHATS~OIN" ONllt NTS,THE DAMNED,MINOR THRElT,MOTLEY CRUE. GREQ-• .. HE SArD,"NOT MUCH..... !l!:WHERE HAVE YOU PLAYg RAV! SHANKAR I LIJCE. MARK.FANCf. JOHN:IRON BU ED LATELY & WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY. JaIN: TTllRFLY,THEY' SHRED. ERIC:JUDAS PRIEST. ~. LAST PLACE WE .PLAYED WAS HILL JR.HIGH SCHOOr:--; ALL THE LONG- BEACH BANDS. !n:"LIKE. WHOT GRE(f. FFF:WAS THAT A PRACTICE SE.<;SION OR WERE YOU HIRSECRET HATE IS WAY COOl,WE ~E'1' TO PRACTICE IN TH ED? JOHN,YEP THEY' HIRED US,GAVE US A CONTRACT IER STUDIO,THEY'RE WAY COOL TO US. MARK:THE CRE AND STUFF. MARK:IT WAS :BIer TIME. ERICsGRE(f WD~TAR(fET OF DEMAND,FALLING IDOLS. ERiC:WE 00~VE THE (fUY 'AHIT ••• WEVE PLAYED ROXANNES.,WEVE NT LIKE FIRST OFFENSE THOOG-H. JOHN:THEYRE NOT PLAYED CIRCLE BALLROOM &: WEVE PLAYED P ARTIE..<;.LO... FROM LONq BEACH, THEY DONT COUNT. (EXCUSE MEt ) TS OF PARTIE.<;.WE'RE SO WELL LIKED &: WE'RE SO WE- !!E.WHAT WAS YOUR FUNNEST LIVE EXPERIENCE &: WHAT LL KNOWNTHAT WE'RE GOING ON TOUR NEXT WEEK. KIND OF CROWDS DO YOU LIKE? JOHN:WE PLAYED IN ~:WE WANNA PLAY A GOLDENVOICE G-ICf. FFF,ANY FRONT OF OUR BI~GEST CROWD AT ~ HALL,WE SO BANDS THAT INFLUENCE YOU THAT TOU'D LIKE TO PLAY. UNDED LIKE SHIT CUZ WE WERE ALL DRUNK. ERIC:WE WITH? GREGsI DONT WANNA PLAY WITH ANY BANDS. IPLAYED A TOCi-APARTY IN H.B. ,THEY CiAVE US 'BEER &: .!!Q!!!:I'D PLAY WITH J.F.A. .E!)WHY WOULD JFATHERE WAS A KECi',AND EVERYONE WAS COOL,AND THE INFLUENtZE YOO? !!Q!.I.!.CUZ THEY'RE nCfHT.THETRE MOMWAS OUT THERE SLAMMIN4 WI'l'H HER SKINHEAD. SHE WAY CooL.I WANNA PLAY WITH THE DAMNED TOO. ERIC. WA..<i OOL As LON(f AS YOU DIDNT HIT THE FENCE. FFF: C 'WHl ,ARE THEY YOUR HEROF.5? JOHN:THEYRE co"OL.""" WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE mmRALD HALL SHOW,WERETHE FFF : ARE ANY OF yOU 40~ TO COLLEGE? !!!2!lli 11M ACaUSTICS RlinLY :UD? !l.Q!!!rYEAH. J.1ARK:I THINK GOINQ TO Go TO COIJ,E(iE.PM (;OINer ALL THE WAY, WE SHOULD PLAY WHERE ALL THE KIND :BETTY'S BE HANET I'M GaINeT TO Go TO CITY. !!.E:WHO WRITE.<; YOUR INS. lIE.ARE YOU ~IN(f TO THE OLYMP~CS? ~. LYRICS? ~.ME &: JOHN. Efl)WHAT OR WHO INF NO. !!E.WHAT 00 YOU G-UYS DO FOR ENTERTAINMENT? LUENCE.<; YOUR LYRICS? ~aJUST THE WAY WE FE- !.RK.tWATCR THE MONSTERS. lQH!UWE WATCH TV ,SURF, EL.NO ONE INFLUENCES THEM. ~:I INFLUENCE SKATE;WE SKATE A LOT.GRECf SMOKE..~POT,SHOOTS HER MY.LYRICS &: JOHN INFLUENCES HIS LYRICS.. JOHN: OIN & WHIFFS COKE. m.WHAT DO YOU THINK· OF PRE YEAH. lli.WHAT DO YOU BSUAfLY SIN4- .uaJTr~~ "- ... ~. .... ERIC;A LOT OF SON~S ARE ABOOr GIRLS ••• WHATEVER JUDICE & HITLER? .!!Q!lli:WE'RE NOT PREJUDICE,EVER rWi1'FEEL LIKE WRITING- ABOUT,WE DONT REAlLY SIT YONEC) CooL.WE OONT LIKE FAT CHICKS THO. DOWN AND CiO, "WE' HE JUST (iONNA SINq- A:BOUT THIS Ill' YOU WOULD LIKE TO CORRESPOND WITH THE UNWILLI OR THAT,LIKE A LOT OF LAME !AND..~. JORN:WE SI- , NG SEND ALL MAIL TO- JOHN (UNWIILINq.) ,8297 CAPE . NCi-~OUT THIN(fS WE DONT LIKE. ERIC.WE SIN(( ~_.' HORN DRIVE. ,HUNTING-TON BEACH CA.,92~6 m wI ! I .t .-- _ ... ___ .: •..•••. ~.It...... _ • ~ -
  • ~: ---~ - - .=-----=-- r I CATHEDRAL OF TEARS .- JACK AND MIKE OF C.O.T. INTERVIEWED m ~COTT P. JUNE 18th 1984 FFF:Ll?I'~ TALK AMIT SYNTH~IZERS. JACKal THINK THAT SYNTHE..'1IZERS ARE A MEANING-FUL ADDITION TO ANY GROUP. MIKE:ITS THE BEST EQUIPMENT THATS AVAILABLE,YOU MIGHT AS WELL USE IT .FUCK GUITARS. JACK:I THINK SYNTHESIZERS WILL BE ACCEPTF..D COMING- UP,THEYRE JUST TOO NEW.SYNTHESIZER.,) ARE LIKE PUNK ROCK,EVERYONE HATED PUNK ROCK WHEN IT FIRST CAME OUT.NO ONE WANTS TO CHANGE,NO ONE WANTS ANYTHI NG NEW.PEOPLE ARE ~CARED OF CHANEE.THEY ~TANT TO BE SAFE.I'LL TELL YOO WHAT I'VE GOTTEN INTO LATELY. SCENES,FEELING-S,YOU KNOW THE FEELIN&S,LIKE.ITS REAL HARD TO EXPLAIl~,BUT I'VE BEEN THINKING- ABOUT THI~ STUFF ,AND ITS REALLY BEEN HELPI~ ME A LOT.I LIKE,LIKE A SCHOOL TEACHER WHO LOIES HIS JOB ON A SEX MQLE.<iTATION CHARGoE.A FOOTBALL PLAYER WHO IS mrLY AND CANT GET NO COMMERCIAL ENDOR.c;EMENTS.WHO BUSTS HIS KNEES,YA KNOW,I LIKE STUFF LIKE THAT.LATELY PVE BEEN GEl'TING INTO SHIT LIKE IHAT.LIKE A POLICE OFFICER THATS CAUG-HTTAKING- A BRIBE AND LOSES HIS JO!.THERES A CERTAIN SOMEl'HING- THAT CONNECTS ALL THOSE Toc;ETHER.ITS LIKE SESAME STREEt' AND YOU TRY TO FIG-URE OUT WHICH ONE DOESNT FIT IN.AND I THINK IF YOU CAN COME TO UNDERSTAND AND DEAL WITH THOSE FEELINfrS YOU WONT HAVE ANY TROUBLE IN LIFE. YOU KNOW WHAT I MEANT I LIKE THAT KIND OP' STUFF, I LIKE THE FEEL OF THA1. THERE.~ SOMETHIN~ TO BE SAID A:BOUT THAT. FFF.THE CERTAIN FEELING-,WHAT? BEING A DETACHED OBSERVER. OF THE THINIj. OR BEING IN IT? MIKEI:BEIN THE FOOT!ALL PLAYER WITH BAD KNEES OR... JACK.YEAR,WHAT DO THOSE PEOPLE THINK.WHAT I"M'TALKIN6- ABOUT IS THE INITIAL REACTION OF DESPAIR THAT THESE PEOPLE GO THROU(7H AFTER SOMETHINGLIKE THAT HAPPENS.THATS LIKE AaOUT AS FUCKED UP A..CJ OURE GOING TO GET.YooRE RIGHT AT THE POINT WHEY RE THERES NO FUTURE AHEAD OF YOO AND THERES NOl'HING BEHIND YOO CAUSE YOO FUCKED IT UP.I ENJOY THAT. LATELY I'VE :BEEN GETTING OFF ON THAT •AND I ALSO LIKE CONFLICTS AND I LIKE STARTING- ARG-UMENTSAND IE ING- A BASTARD,CAUSE THATS WHERE THE 'BEST IDEA..C; COME FROM,AFTER PEOPLE ARE PISSED OFF. OR LAZINESS.IF YOURE LAZY YOU COME UP WITH GOOD IDEAS. FFFIWHAT ABOUT PEOPLE WHO ARE PERMANENTLY IN THAT CONDIT ION.LIKE A SKID ROW... JACK:YEAH,BU'l' HERE"'S THE THINCT... FFF.THAfS DIFFERENT? JACK.ITS DIFFERENT,OK,BECAUSE SEE THE FEELING-,ITS !EFll AIiRRADUAL THING-.THAT§-THE THINCf.IN ALL SERIOOSNESS,IN THE RF..AL THING- I WANT TO CONVEY,LIKE IN ANY LYRIC WRITING- OR ANYTHING-,YA KNOW THAT I DO OR MUSICWISE THE KINDA THING- I'M FEELING- NOW IS TO CONVEY THAT FEELING- TO PEOPLE SO PEOPLE CAN LOOK AT THAT &: FEEL WHAT THAT IS.CAUSE THATS SO FUCKEN WRENCHING-.I MEAN LIKE THOSE THING-S ARE HAPPENING- EVERY DAY. AND THERES AN EMOTION THAT SORROUNDS THA~~.LIKE A BUSINE.c)S MAN WITH A HEART ATTACK,THATS WHAT FIRST GOT ME THINKING ABOUT THAT YA KNOW,JUST THESE SCENE'S THAT HAPPEN AND TH1TS WEIRD.THATS A WEIRD EMOT ION AND I DONT KNOll WHAT YOU,THmSE FEELINGS YOU KNOW.I DONT KNOWWHAT YOU COULD FIT THOSE INTO.THOSE ARE THE HARDEST THINrS TO WRITE ABOUT.I MEAN LIKE LOOK AT THIS McMARTIN PRE-SCHOOL CASE ••.• WHAT ARE THO~E PEOPLE THINKING- OF? MIKE:DID YOU SEE THAT SPECIAL ON T.V.?· JACKINO,I DIDNT SEE IT. MIKErTHEY HAD ALL THE PARENTS, TiiEY WERE IN SHADOW AND THEY WERE TALKING-.Ai5""""THE LAST ser WAS THIS OLDER GUY AND HE WAS CRYING-,HE WAS SO UPSET ,AND HE GOES, "IF YOU HAVE YOUR KIDS IN PRE SCHOOL MAN,YOU GoO DOWN THERE,YOU GO INt" AND THAT WAS HEAVY WTY.! FELT REAL EMOTION JUST WATCHING- THAT. JACK. THATS WHAT I WANT TO DO,I WANT TO BE ABLE TO TAP INTO THAT AND THEN c;.E!' THAT ACROSS. _ .AND NOT L'IiE ANY OF THIS FUCKEN BLACK FLA(f BULLSHIT OR ANY OF THIS SCREAMING- NUT SHIT. CAUSE THATS JUST CRAP. IN MY OPINION THATS FUCKED.WHO CAN SIT THERE AND SCREAMu •• IF EVERYTHINGS ON THE SAME LEVEL ••• THERE HAS TO BE HIG-H~ AN? LOWS.THERE HA..<)TO BE A MID-POINT OR ELSE YOURE NEVER GOIRfTO HAVE A CRE.C;CENDO.THERES (4.OTTA BE A BUILD OF THIS EMOTION,THERE..,) GOTTA BE THE TENSENE.<)S.YOU GET BUCK li'LAC- OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT ,AND THERE ON THE SAME WAVELEN<tTH,THE SAME SPEED,SO ITS NOTHING- AFTER AWHILE. MIKE.THEYRE ALWAYS ON THE ED4-E. JACK,YEAH,YOU (iOTTA BUILD THINerS UP AND BACK IT DOWN,AND THATS WHAT,IN THE LO NG- RUN,WE'RE TRYIN~ TO GET AT.JUST Tlrr GET THE EMOTION OF MUSIC AND MAKINct- PEOPLE FEEL SOMEl'HING FOR THE sosss, MIKE:THE ONLY PERSON EVER INA ~AND THAT KNO~ WHAT 1'HE BAND IS AMIT I~ THE ~ING ER.THE REST OF THEPEOPLE ARE MUSICIANS AND THATS A DIFFERENT APPROACH. JACK:ITS A DEMOCRATIC UNIT THO. MIKEIITS LIKE A BODYtTHE MUSICIANS ARE THE HANne; AND ARMS & JACKISTliE HEAD. FFFtYOU WRITE ALL THE WORDS OR WHAT? JACK:YEAH,I'VE BEEN LATELY,BUT I'M NOT REALLY HAPPY WITH ANYTHINCf I'VE WRITTEN SO FAR.WE'VE GONE TifR'OUGH SO MANY CHANGF,s THAT I HAVENT HAD A REAL CHMTCE TO CONCENTRA TE ON WHAT WE WANNA DO.WE'VE JUST 13EE1~WORKIN(f ON THE RECORD AND TR~ TO STAY TCXfImiER. :~: ITS BEEN A CON~1'ANT ~TATE OF TURMOIL*lPROM THE POINT WE ARE NOW WE CAN (f0 ANYWHERE Wl~ WANT TO.WE CAN 40 DflAlfI7"1lIRECTIOJJ AND EXPLORE EVERYTHING-. WE HAVENT BEGUN TO SCRATCH THE SURFACE mr WHAT WE'RE GOI , N6" TO DO. JACK:WE DONT WANT TO (fET TOO FAR OUT OF HAND WHERE PEOPLE,OR THE AVERA~g PER.qON CANT RE LATE TOTHAT.I·MEAN,ITS LIKE SOME OF THESE BANDS THEY SAY THEY HAVE A MESSAGE THEY WANT TO (iET ACRO • S5eBtIT FUCK.THEI ALIENATE,.. FFFaOK.WHAT ARE SOME OF THE.,)E BANDS? ~:I'M TALKIN" ABOUT SOME OF THE.<)E ART BANn.C;.ITS LIKE ME COMINCt UP TO YOU AND SAYINer. "HEY, PUCK YOU MANti YOUR LI~T~ ARE ON IN YOUR CARli" m!=THE LYRICS ARE PART OF THE MUSIC,ITS AN OVERALL PACKA(fE THAT PEOPLE G-Er • ITS ro i ALL RELATEDu •• e ee ee e e e eeee e e ee oJ
  • Signal of Distress THIS IN'ff.HVIEW WITH ,S~C.D. WAS CONDUCTED AT PETE'S HOUSE WHERE THEY PRACTICE FFF-WHATS THE NAME OF YOUR BAND? _. ~N-SI&NAL OF DISTRESS. FFF:HOW LONG' HAVE YOU &tTYS BEEN TOttETH ER? MARK:2 MONTHS. §!:!M : A MONTH &: i PF.'!'E ON"'" MI'l'~"- , -.1;it' l.mRE BORN .j: .•.,4J .~ .', •...• ' "' ,,1'1, ~ 'I'i J.:J t A HAT f1' TO(1ETHER. MARK:WE'RE BROTHER.,,). FFF:WHAT DO YOU"OO IN THE BAND? MARK:GODDAMN DRUMMER. ~HAN :GUITAR. TIM:TIM,GUITAR. m!M!:2I'""'EADS,2 RYTH EM..<:;. MANNY:BASS. PETE:VOCALC:;. I .A FIT: WHAT A.REYOUR INFLUEN'CES'f 3;. . ---... .... SHAN:T.V.'s.LIKE THF.: NEWS.! GET A LOT ~.L+O R- SHAN, f£TE,TfMI MAR-K ~HIT FRot1 THAT;I MEAN LYRICALLY ,LIKE FI.UENCED BY BANDS LIKE CRASS? SHAN:I'VE ALWAYS BEEN PA NE'wS AND SHIT.BANDYIISE I Go FROM ANYTHISSIVE ••EVERYON! FREAJ(..q OUT.I'LL GOTO"""SHOWS AND I'LL DANCE N& FROM THRASH TO JAZZ.THA.T~ ABOUT IT. AND THESE LITTLE KIDS HALF MY SIZE cOME. UP AND I'LL JUST PETE:II,L REPUTEtSTALA~ 13. SIT THERE & THEYLL KNOCK ME ON MY ASS & I'LL LAm-H AT THEt SHAN:THRASH,AND THEN I LIKE IRON MAIDEN. ITS FUN. f§1l.:I HAVE BEEN IN FIG-HTS AND STUFF BUT-ITS MARK:I LIKE THRASH,THATS IT.THATS IT ~fAN.. SORTA LIKE MOST OF ~t'HE TIME I WAS PUSHED INTO,FORCED INTO TIM:I'M INTO PSYCHEDELIC MUSIC. IT,LIKE A BIG- CROWD.,PEER PRESSURE, "LIKE KICK HIS ASS MAN. MARK:M! MAIN INFLUENCE IS ROB ,SINGER OF I,IKE YOURE STANDINQ THERE AND THEY PUSH YOU INTO A GUY. UNITY. FFF:WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO STA WHEN I SEE A FIeiHT AT A Glq I EITHER TRY TO BREAK IT UP, RT S.O.D.? PETE:! USED TO BE IN THIS OR I (fEr A BUNCH OF MY FREINDS & BREAK IT UP.LIKE JOHN MA BAND A WHILE AG6;AND WE WERE BROKEN UP CIAS.HE'LL BREAK UP FI HTStCIRCLE ONE. SHAN!A LOTi OF 'FOR A WHILE AND WE DECIDED TO GEl' BACK I PEOPLE THEY HELP EAGH OTHER,THEY PUT ON SHOWS,AND THEN TH TOq.ETHER SO WE GOT I1ARK ON DRUMS & WE DEC· ERE'S OTHERS. THE "Nlm.ATIVES." "THEY SUCK'" "THA T MAGA~INE IDED TO GEl' SHAN ON '(1UITAR.SO WE PRACTISUCKS" "THAT GUYS LIKE A DICK" AND THEYRE JUST SITTIN:;r ON CED ONE DAY.WE SEl' UP ANCYl'HERPRACTICE &: THEIR ASS¥THEY PUT OOWN BANDS, "OH THEYRE JUST A THRASH BA EVERYTHIN<:, WENT WRONG-f CUZ THEY DIDNT WANO." BUT WHAT ARE THEY DOIN~? ~ :PEePLE ARE LIK~, THNT ANOTHER GUITARIST AND ALL THIS STUFF EY HEAR ABOUT IT; TH}~ THINK ITS REAL COOL TO BE A PUNK,SO &: THEY LIVED TOO FAR AWAY SO THEN WE SEA. I THEY GO OUT;,." SHAVE THEIR HEADS AND THEY ACT REAL ~UFF RCHED FOR ANOTHER BASS PLAYER &: ANOTHlm ) &: STUFF LIKJt; THAT .HIT PEOPLE WHEN THEYRE OUT IN THE P~T. uUITAR PLAYER,AND THEN TIM CAME ALOID.AND j THEY THINK ITS REAL COOL &: EVERYTHINI TO BE REAL HARDCORE THEN WE GOT MANNY RIG-HT AFTER THAT it &: KNOCK PEOPLE DOWN &: START FIGHTS ••THE WAY I FEEL ABOUT FFFsDO YOU q.1lYS HAVE ANY UPCOMING PLANS THAT IS} JUST SHY AWll FROM IT.IF YOU SEE SOMEONE GETi IN FoR ANY VINYL? PEl'E=WELL I'M PLANNlro.A F'!<:lHT,BREAK IT UP"OONT JOIN IN.WHY FIGHT? ON US TO PUT OUT A ffij:iQ. ~:WEI.L, I ;MARK.:I THINK EVERYONE SHOULD JUST HAVE FUN & OONT WORRY A WE MI&HT BE ON A KOMP THAT JIMMY FROM BOUT WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAY. FFF.HOW toNG- DO YOU GUYs T.O"D. IS SEl'TING UP.THATS SOME INFORMAT ~ Pl,AY FOR? SHAN:J5 MINUTES. FFF:DO YOU THINK THE ION THAT THE FANS WANNA HEAR. PEI'E:WE "PUNK ROCK MOVEMENT" WILL OR CAN IN ANY CHAN(fE THE WORLD? HAVE A COUPLE OF SHOWS SET UP AT ROXANNES OR OVERTHROW THE GOVERNMENT? MARK:THE ONLY WAY WE COUAPRIL 23rd & MAY 22nd.. !]!dS THERE 110 00 IT WOULD BE WITH FORCE .•I'MSORRY MAN THATS THE WAY ANY BANDS AROUND HERE WORTH MENTIONING-? 1 FEEL. TIM;lT WOULD WORK IF ALL THE PUNKS COULD GET ~=YEAH,THERE'S THIS BAND CALLED UNITY, ~.ALON(} BUT THEY CANT BECA.USE EVERYONE IS SO A~INST ••••• THEYRE qOOD,BUT THERE SIN~ERS A GOON THO.;:MA~NY:YOU JUST CANT DO THAT.NO WAY CAN THEY ~ET LIKE TH.•• HE PUTS DRUM..C)TICKSIN HIS NOSE AND WALKS 'AT~ TIM:I'm LIKE SAYI~ ANARCHY CAN WORK,BUT IT CANT. AROUND.THERE'S 'fi'IRST OFFENSE,THEYRE REALLY ;PE!'E:YO~ TO LIKE A SHOW OR SOMETHING-, THEY PUT IT IN A qOODwMORAL CODE. ~:INJECTED INSANI B~ ~IANT HALL LIKE THE OLYMPIC &: PERKINS PALACE,BECAUSE SHANsYEAH,T~BONE's BAND.PLED(fE NO AllE~IAN-OF THE PEOPLE THAT JUST SIT AROOND & GO,"YEAH PUNKnTS LI CE'ARE HOT.. PE'l'E=UNIFORM cHOICE IS COOL••YOU GO IN THERE: &: 2-3000 PEOPLE,&: YOU GOTTA WEED THRO(THE SUBJECT CHANG-ES TO THE PUNK "SCENE" & 8-UGH & YOU CANT FIND YOUR FREINDS.IT JUST 'l'UR1~S OUT LIKE , •. J.,).. .•..••• j, ;J 'I· I I PEACE)-SHAN:I'M A PACIFIST THRJl~HER.P~q~IVEA ROCK CONCERT. PUNK. FFF:DID YOU GET INTO THE PACIFIST THE PEOPLE.THE OUTLOOK FROMA PERSONAL LEVEL OR WERE YOU I~ :IF'IO'u TIMaMONOTONOUS. SHAN.THE I BIGGER BIGGER THE TROUBLE~ WOVLO-l...K·fI6co~R£-50NDW7 5.d.P:- .6xO,,:O now hAUE:. R NI::,tJ CtUI1Af)'IST PETE LiLlY I E. IRONWOOD AIj 10 7it 0)· : S£NDAI-L MAIL TO- 5EAL BEfCH CA.)

    rHIS INTERVIEW WAS CONDUCTED THROUGH THE MAIL IN JUNE OF 1984, ~O IDENTITY IS: iANDY TAN~UITAR.VOCAL~ ~E MORRIS-GUITAR.VOCAL~ ;ARY LAVORS-!ASS jRE§gRY TAN-nR,(;~;S.¥OCALS NO IDENTITY ~.*••• **••• ***.****.**.**.**.**.**.* ••• *.* ••• *••• * [i'FF,HOW LONt;. HAS NO IDENTI'l'Y BEEN TO(f-ETHER &: WEltE tNY OF YOU IN PREVIOUS BANDS? !:.!:..:NO IDENTITY HAS BEEN ~F:Y'H:rn FOR ABOUT 1 1/2 CEAR.9••WE STARTED OFF AS THE PRESIDENTS &: THEN erlAN fED INTO SEVERAL OTHER UN-NAMED BANDS WITH ADDED ~ER" EEFORE EVOLVIN~ INTO NO IDENTITY. ~FF: HOW WOULD YOU DE..,,)CRIBE YOUR SOUND? ~.I. sOOR SOUND IS CRF.ATED FROM MANY DIFFERENT STYL ~EVERYONE OF OUR SON~S HAVE A DIFFERENT SOUND. !l'FF,DF.SCRIBE YOUR LYRICS,WHO WRITES THFl~? ~.I.,OUR LYRICS DEAL WITH POL:rrrCS,PEOPLE &: PEHSON ~L EXPERIENCES. SOME ARE INTENDED TO BE HU~[OROUS TO qET A POINT ACROSS. FFF:IS THERE ANY MEANIN~ BEHIND THE NA¥E NO IDE NTITY? , N • I. :NO IDENTITY HAD NO MEANIN40 AT FIRST. BUT IT CAN HAVE A PERSONAL MEANINt:i', ITF: WHAT WAS YOUR FUNNE..C)TLIVE EXPERIENCE? N.Y. :AT THIS ONE PARTY EVERYONE WAS DEAD AND WE PLAYED FOR AJI!OtJ'l' 45 MINUTE..C;.WE STARrED TO tiEr DISCOURA~,THEN DURINCf A SONf{ A SLAM HAD BROKEN OUT. FFF:FAVORITE BANnc; &: INFLUENC~ (IF ANY) N:I.:SOCIAL DISTORTION,SUBHUMANS.APPENDIX.T.S.O.L. SHATTERED FAITH,A.DOLE..I)CEN'I'S. OUR INFLUENCE.«3:(BASI CALLY;SOCIAL DISTORTION,T.S.O.L. ~ U.A_T~ FFF:HOW'S THE SCENE LIKE IN YOUR AREA? (FOUNTAIN -AL! t:"V' ) V ~-~.~~ Autllority; Not Mind Control By Lewis Campbell ,r.,J. •• N.I. :THE SCENE IS O.K •• .!OT THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOP LE THAT NEED TO "FIND THEIR IDENTITY FFF,DO YOU HAVE Al.:rY VINYI. OR SHOWS COMINCr UP? D. ¥NO UPCOMINCf VINYL,BOT WE'RE GONNA BE ON YO·~ UR UPCOMIN(f COMPILATION TAPE.AS FOR SHOWS WE DONT NOW OF ANY~ 10" FFF: ANY GOALS? N • I. I WE WOULD LIKE TO PUT OUT A SIN(fLE. EVEN AN ALB UMAND PLAY MORE :SHOW:;. . : FFF:ANY SUPPORTER..<; AND FREIND..c; YOU"D LIKE TO THANK? ! N.I ••:FIRST OF ALL I'D LIKE TO 'tHANK HANSI ASSIctAL FOR LETTlrli US USE HIS AMP.STEVE COOLEY FOJl TAKIN/t lOUR STUFF TO SHOWS.AL')O OE! AND STEVE FOR THEIR HI . SIiUIDED SUPPORT. FFF:WHAT MAKES YOU DIFFERENT FROM OTHER BANDS? ----N.1. lOUR SOUND MA.K~ US DIFFERENT. WE ARE INFLUENCED :ey ALL STYLES pF PUNK AND OTHER TYPES OF MUSIC.ALC:;O WE ARE ALl, VERY YOUNCi- COMPARED TO OTHER BANDS.. I Authority is one subject that is hard to write on because at the same time this article is being printed, some authority figure is planning a waluOh~~~~O~sit~nlY useful for one thing - helping 'yOU get where you want to go in life, not to force you to be a product of your environment. For intstance, authority figures (parents, police, teachers, stc.l always feel they are giving you everything; but it is everything they want for you, not what you really want. Parents force you into certain things like sports and school, but when people are forced into something, they hate it. The natural instinct of a human is to challenge authority because nobody likes to be told what to do, not even those in charge. The main goal of those in power is to control you and program your mind. School is just one of the many institutions, along with the church, .:;R::.::;AN~DY:;-.:-:.:·1:.S.u..::M~I;::K:.:.E-~.;.1 ~hI:.!A::.:R:;Y",:~..;1.::t~L:GR~?-~1~;.. ~--~"'--'-':-~L-~ set U]}by authority figures to keep ***:t: •• • *.** .••.• an adolescent's mind on other -I-F-Y-OU-W.-A-N-T..,......T"""O-H-EA.!"-..R....,,.N.,..O--ID~EN~T~ITY=~S~EN=D-A-T..,..AP........,E"".......&-...,S"'"QME:"::· -==-. ~~""'T:-:-+ things, like math, rather than the real problems in the world. But AMPS TOlNa IDENTITY .11,~20DAISEY I AVE~ ,FOUNTAIN VALLEY when a war is started, it's the kids CA•• 92108 OR 90"., MAZACI~CLE.FOUNTAIN VALLEY CA. t who are sent to fight a war some old man started. •••• ***•••••• **••••••••••• **••.•.•• *....... 2 08. I IF YOU WOULD LIKE A COPY OF FIND YOUR IDENTITY FAN- ~ ZINE (MIKE MORRIS OF NO IDENTITY POTS IT OUT) .Sm-W SOME ~~AMPS(ITS ~~RE.15U~ 1'0 COVER Po.O::TJGE) TO~lbb- " 20 L DA~: .• EY AVE •.• F'0UNTAIN ;·ALLEY CA•• 92?OR •• The fascist police force, hiding behind their guns and badges, show off their authority by beating up on people and getting away with it. An example is the recent beating of a Long Beach man; he was arrested for disturbing the peace, and was left with multiple wounds to the face after being kicked in the face and smashed into the concrete by four Long Beach Police officers. A person fighting back for his rights will only find that those in power will violently put him down. The First Amendment of the Constitution basically guarantees. "Freedom of Speech." It does not say, "Freedom of Speech, unless authority otherwise indicates" but it sure seems like it. An authority 'figure, like a parent or principal, can walk up to you and tell you that you look weird or stupid. If you speak back and express your opinion of them, you either get your face beat in or' receive some other form of punishment. The only reason authority figures feel that youth should be "seen and not heard" is that those in power know the truth, which is that teenagers know more than the adults about what's going on in the world, and this is what adults fear. So don't get caught up in the authoritarian fish net. Open your eyes and stand up for your rights. The world should be more open-minded and those in authority should understand the limits on their powers. Your opinions on this , view of authority are welcome.

    I i t I· UNWILUNG,RUDE M- . ~AOTic' N 015 £ A;UKm~~.;:: OFFmfiE MON.APRIL 16th AT ROXANNE'S RES/SURFSIDE ErC. FALLING IDOLS PLAYED LOTS OF SONGS OFF THE ANorHER SHOW AT ROXANNE'S.RUDE AWAKENI IR CASSETTE,A FEW INSTltUMENTAL<;,AND SOME OTHER TUNES I HADNT NG WERE UP FIRST AND THEY HAD A IIND OF HEARD BEFORE. INSTRUMENTALLY THEY WERE VERY TIGHT &: THEY DID6"s PUNK/PSYCHEDELIC SOUND REMINISCE.- NT FUCK UP.THE ONLY BAD POINT WAS YOO COULDNT UNDERSTAND DANT OF EARLY SALVATION ARMY (NOT THE, VE'S VOCALS BECAUSE OF THE P.A. ,WHICH WASNT THAT GREAT.THEY o CLOCK. )THESE GUYS WEltE PREI'TY DAMNGO DIDNT ALUM SLAMMING SO MOST PEOPLE JUST CHEERED OR CLAPPED. on eUT THEIR A'l"l'ITUDE SUCKED.THE WHOLE: POLITELY.I FOUND 1'1' HARD TO GEl' INTO THE MNG- OF THING-S (NO TIME THEY WERE PLAYING THEY WERE PUTTI- BEEft &: I WAS TIltED &: HOT) WT I DID ENJOY MYSELF. SOME CHICK NG DOWN ROXANNE's &: THE PEOPLE WHO SHOW GCr HIT ~Y A CAR AFTER THEIR SET. 'ED AND DIDNT SHOW LIKE,"WHERE IS EVERY"B UNIT!t~ODY COUNT,AeUSIVE ACTS AT TERRY HILL'S PllT! IN CYPRE OD! ••• 'BLAH,'BLAH,!tAR ••• "(FUCK,DONT WE S5 FORGOT THE DATE COUNT?) I DONT THINK THEY SHOULD ftAG ON ~H~I;:-;S;-:-':;W;;:'AS~A~CO~O~L~PA~R~TY;-H~EL;;;-;;D~AT;;-;;:T;o;;ERR;;::;;::-;;y:"""7.H::::'I US cnz NONE OF THEIR FREINDS SHOWED UP. HE HAD A F~ PARTIES LAST YEAR WITH MaX-NIX &: T .O.D;. I WAS PASSED OUT IN THE ~ACK OF SOM"ETRU ~LACK LABEL &: PI.EDG-E NO ALLE&IANCE WEltE ALSO SUPPOSED TO PL CK DURING UNWILLINGS SEl' SO I DIDNT SEE AY TODAY,~UT DIDNT FOR VARIOUS REASONS.ANYWAY,WE GOT THERE THEM,lmT I DID HF...ARTHE)t--AND THEY WERE AT 4 AND THERE WAS ABOUT 4e PEOPLE HANG-ING AROUND DIUNKING ltFALLY coon. THESE GUYS AltE FROM THE LOKG ~EER AMD STUFF. MOSTLY PUNX FltOM CYPRESS/NWOC/aTENA PARK/L! lEACH/HUNTINGTON BEACH MFA & I PREDICT AND eELLFLOWER.ABUSIVi ACTS (ISHKA'BI'BEL'5 NJ!l.l BAND) WEltE IF THEY STAY TOGET'HER THEY WILL BE MUCH THE FIRST ~AND UP~UT I MISSED MOST OF THEIR SET 50 I CANT ~IG6ER.THEY PLAY IN A GOOD,CLEAN SOUNDI- ltEALLY REVIEW THEM. (SORRY GUYSI) .AFTER ABOUT AN HOUlt oa TWO NG PUNK/THRASH STYLE THAT ISNT AFRAID ;ro WAIT eODY COUNT SET UP .•THEYVE GOTTEN A NEW lASS PLAYER NOW, SLOW DOWN OR EXPAND FROM THE TYPICAL 1-2 AND I DONT KNOW IF THATS THE R.EASON.!tIT THESE GUYS ARE REAL FUCK YOU SHIT.FI~9T OFFENSE WERE supposLY SOUNDING II LOT BETTElt.I SAY THIS IN JUST ABOUT EVERY REV! ED TO PLAY NEXT BUT ltUDE AWAKENIN:; LEFT ~.BUT THESE DUD&q REMIND ME A LOT OF DISCHARGE~DOM'5 VOCAL WITH TPJE P.A. .so THE! JUST RAN THROUGH STYLE AND INSTRUMENTATIO.p;!UT THEY AL<)O SEEM TO MIX IT WITH THEIl! SET WITHOtIT VOCALS. AN AMERICAN HARDCORE SOUND AS WELL-ltEAL FAST AND AeRASIVE. FALLING IDOLS IN FltONT OF JEItEMIAH McC.e AFTER BODY COUNT THERE WAS AT LEAST A TWO HooR WAIT Fort UNI RECORDS IN BELMONT SHORE Sat APR 21st TY TO SHOW UP.WHEN THEY FINAlLY DID THE PARTY WAS ALREADY AFTElt ~ETTIt{t HOME AT 3 iM,I.JWAS• PRE:l'TY IN HI("H GEAR. THIS WAS THE FIltST TIME I HAD SEEtf THE.'lE GUYS WIPED OUT FOR THIS FltEE SHOW TO 'rAKE PLA••. LIVE &: BOY WERE THEY GOOD.MUSICALLY THEY HAVE A REALLY POW CE AT 1 IN THE AFTERNOON,!!JUT I HAD TO GO ••! RFULFAST THRASH STYLE REMINISCENT OF JSANOOLIKE S.S. DECOI I GUESS THE FALLING IDOLS WORKED OUT SOMEI TROI. AND THE F •.U. ·s.KINDA LIKE A TANK MAltCHING ~NTO BATTLE. SORT OF DEAL WITH THE OWNElt OF JlmEMIAH I THEY HAD THE SING-ER Falt UNIFORM CHOICE SING- A COUPLE TUNES McCAe~ SO THEY CO~ l'LAY OUT IN FRONT 1M ROI'S PLACE AS WELL.UNITY IS A BAND TO WATCH FOR.IELIEOF HIS STORE~WHEN WE GOT THERE 1[T W.A..<; JUS VE IT OR NOT THE CYPltF,SS PI&..., DIDNT EVEN BOTHER TO ElUST TH AMUT REA,'QYTO START.THERE WAS ,,"OUT 6, IS PARTY UP,THEY JUST DROVE BY A. COUPLli: OF TIMES AND LEFl' • . Oft SO ONLOOKEPtS,WITH AIOUT _3fl OF ~ BEItG THR PAm ENDED WH:rn WE COULDN't' FIND ANYMORE BANDS THAT WAN PUNKS FROM AROUND LONG- BEACH,BELMONT SHO- TED 1'0 PLAY.A SPECIAL TRANX GOES TO TERRY FOR HAVING- THIS -L__ _ PARTy' T"'E~E SHovLD'V£ BE.EN Tw.C.e:. AS ""ANY (ONLY 50 OR SO SHOUJ£P Uf.) _ PEoPLE. HERE, _._ . .__
  • !UCK FLAG-,MEAT PUPPE ER HAPPENED EITHER. ANYWAY ,THE FIR~T MND UP WA~ PL HlIEST,May 5th at EDG-E NO ALLE&IANCE FROM CYPR~S. P.N.A. HAVE !EEN Perkins Palace .V' CANC- PLAYING- AROUND II LOT LATELY &: THEYVE ALSO AQUIRED VICTIM . A NEW GUITARIST. THrX HAVE A POWERFUL THItASH ~TYLE NIG'tfIEST STARTED OFF THAT INCORPORATES A LOT OF MEI'AL INFLUENCE,ESPECIA WITH A SONG- CALLED LLY ON GUITAR.MIKE,THE SINCTER REALLY YELLe; &: HE AL "UP MY !UTI' WITH YOU." SO MOVE.C;AROUND A LOT ,EVEN IF NO ONE IN THE PIT IS. THEY DRE.c)S LIKE HIPPI- THEIR !ASSJST KENT IS REALLY 6 REAT TOO, HE 1tEALLY ss AND. PUT DOtJINEVERYOIPLAYS WELL,E.c)PECIALLY ON THEIR COVER OF TED NUG-ENT's tt ~.;i;'-~'.' '.:.!;< .,' NE.THAT MUST ~E WHY I . "CAT ~CM.TCH FEVFJt. P.N.A. ARE ANOTHER COOL .eAND " . LIKEn THEM. THE SONGTHI TO EJmR(j. E FROM THE NORTH WEST O. C. AREA,. I WENT UP AT STUCK OUT WAS CALLED "TI<HT LITTLE PUS~. "TH- STAIRS FOR A WHILE & MISSED A COUPLE OF ~ANDS ,BUT EI WERE SINGING- IT TO A TRENDY SU!UR~AN SLU'l' W/I I DID MAKE IT :mACKDOWN IN TIME TO CATCH THE END Of HER MUSCLE T !OYFREIND. THE LYRICS WERE "TI&HT lSTUKKAS OVER BEDROCK's SET. THE.SE &UYS AM PREl'TY LITTLE PUSsy ,FtJCK, FtJCK,FUCKt YNEXT UP WAS THE ME.!.;HILARIOUS. I SAW T'HEIR LA~T 2 SONG-S,"LIVE LIKE Yo&-I AT PUPPETS.THEY WERE GREAT,AL'T'HOOG-HA LOT OF PEmREAR" & "HEAVY MEl'AL." ON H.M. THEY SWITCHED INSTR PLE WERE ~AINST THEM RECAU~E OF THE LON(f HAIR &:,IUMENT~&: 13ROUBHTUP A SAX &: HARMONICA PLAYER.THE &UlTAR SOL~S.THEY WERE THE SAME A.C)ALWAYS.BLACK i!SIMTER DRESSED UP LIKE A HIPPIE AND JUMPED AROUND. FLA~ WAS UP NEXTtTHEY WERE A LOT DIFFERENT 'tHAN I (OBVIOUSLY SATIRIZING- HEAVY MEl'AL) .MUSICALLY THEY AT "'HE NEflT.THEY ~Tn.L HAVE A Lor OF POWER AND!ARE NOT THRASH,:5UT SLO~ PUNK WI MELODIES.(THEY A LOT OF FOLLOWER~.THEY PUT ON A (lOOD SHCM AND! CAN CTE'l' QUITE CACOPHONOUS AT TIMES THO) .~OME PEeP I HAD A LOr OF FUN. i LE THINK THEYRE SO BAD THEYRE GOOD.MAY~E,~UT THEY , !ARE FUNNY AND A CHAN&E OF PACE.RElfiNISCENT OF lBANUNWILLING,:eODY COUNT at the CIRCLE !ALLROOM APlt-1 D..CS IKE WHITE FLAG-,REDD KROSS &: HATED PRINCIPLECS. L IL 21 st . THEY Gar THE lEST RF'sPONSE OF THE NITE! THIS WAS THE LAST SHOW TO TAKE PLACE AT THE craci . , LE BALLROOM IN LONe;. BEACH.TONITE'S BILL WAS OHIc;. SIGNAL OF DISTRESS,JUSTICE LEAG-UE Party,Friday INALLY TEX &: THE HOl'tSEHEADS,FALLING. lDOLS,BODY ,;Ma~'f"2;t~h=i~n~W:::.;::s~tll1;:i~n~s~t~8r~:,::::,-==~-:-=-=~....,.. _ COUNT AND UNWILLIN(;..UNWILLINfi. WAS THE FIRST !AND THIS PARTY WAS HELD BECAUSE IT WAS TIM'S S.O.D. UP.THIS WAS THE 2nd TIME I'VE SEEN THESE GUYS,&: DRUMMER's) .IRTHDAY.WHEN WE FlltST GOT THERE THm£.· • !ELIEVE ME,THE~E DUDES ARE GOING PLACE~ ••THEY NA WAS ONLY A HANDFUL OF PEOPLE,BUT AS THE PAltTY PR VI II COOD,TIGHT PUNK/THltASH ~OUND WITH MORE THAN. OG-RE~SED IT FILLED UP TO ABOUT 5'-~' PUNKS,JfIPPI ENOU&H ORICrINALITY &: TEMPO CJiANG.ES TO KEEP YOU : ES,JOCKS ete.,MOSTLY FROM O.C. SIG-NAL OF DISTftESS INTERESTED. I ESPECIALLY LIKED THEIR "CCM!OY SONer PLAYED 2 SETS.THEY ARE A lAND FROM AltOOND NORTH (AN INm'RUMENTAL. )KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THESE GUYS! WF.S'l' O••C. AltEA. (SEAL BEACH ,WESTMINSTER) .THEIlt MU NF.XT np vIliS BODY COUNT,AND THI~ WAS "'HE !F:C)T PER I ~IC IS .REAKNECK THRASH a 1. ILL REPUTE,STALA& 15 FOltMANCE I'VE SEEN THKC:;EGUYS G-IVE.THEIR SON&S AND THEY AL~O HAVE AN EAST COAST H.C. SOUND.(:eoS AltE FINALLY STAltTINc;. TO FALL INTO PLACE. TliESE _ TOWD.C.).MY FAVORITE SONG OF THEIRS IS ttpJlX)PLE GUYS SEEM TO !E GEI'TING TICiHTER &: BET'TEft WITH .A'ftE PEOPLE." :P.S.-THESE GUYS REALLY LIKE TO JUMP EACH SHOW.THEY I ALSO GOT A VElt! GOOD AUDIENCE RE.c)! AROUND (ESPECIALLY SHAN).A GOOD ENER£7ETIC lAND. PONSE. AND PLAYED A LOT OF NEW SONGS.AFTER BODY . WATCH FOlt THEM THEIVE 'BEEN PLAYING- AROUND A LOT COUN,!',THE FALLIN~ IDOLS WERE THE NEXT :mANDSCHED: LATELY.I HEAlm JUSTICE LEA~UE (FROM CHINOt) ONLY ULED TO PLAY. UNFORTUNATELY BEFORE THE'! COULD)THE Gar TO PULL OFF 1 SONer BEFORE WE.CSTMINSTERP. D. LONG BEACH POLICE & VICE SQUAD FOUND IT NECESSA " ARRIVED TO CURTAIL THE ACTIVITIES.A FUNNITE. RY TO ~HOW UP IN FOltCE AND PUT' A.~ END TO THE SH.. !SLACK LABEL &: INJECTED IN" OW.APPARENTLY THEY HIT UP OONIE FUmSHIt& LI" SANITY Party at Totes hea QOUR TO MINOR~ & NO ~AND PERMIT.aTT WAIT,ALL IS . e:8 in Buena Park,Sat.May NOT LOST r RECEN'Ij RUMOUIl<JCIl'tCULA~'nlG SAY DOWIEKI: I-.=:2~:..:t::.:.:h~, -------GMT TRY AND T~N THIS PLACE INTO A LE6ITIM.~TE CL: I WAS REALLY LOOKING- FOR' ue ONCE HE GEr~ ALL THE RIG-KT PERMIT~ ErC.LETS ::WARD TO THIS PARTY;) KIDS) HOPE HE CAN P~L IT OFF CUZ THIS WAS A FUN PLACE.: 2 BANDS,AND IT WA~ CLOSE 'l'O SEE !A~S AT~ . .! TO HOME~THIS PART! WAS HE STUKKAS OVJiR BEDROCK',PLEDG-E NO tL£E&IANCE MAY 15 LD AT MIKE KOATS' HOUSE !It the Cathay, I ' 10N SATUl'tDAY AFl'ERNOON.A!O rUESDAY ,NI'rES AT THE CATHAY ARE NO LONG-Eft "DOLLAR (Trr 6'-75 PEOPLE SHOWED MITE's. ImT :>. DOLLAR NITE IF YOURE UNDER 21. THEYt MOSTLY FROM CYPRESS, •• S.UD FOR THE EXTRA BUCK WE COULD HAVE AS MUCH FIt ~NWOC,L.B. ,CEMITOS,BELLFL ~ an; , . -lOWER etc. LABEL WAS THE , AS WE WANTED.(THE KIND YOU DRINK).THAT NEV-IF1RST BAND TO PLAY &: THEY rs.src mt I WI r tm' !-., II UI (MOR~ C.ONTfNU£D)
  • ,MOREs-:::-~ ~P;':;·;,tr~}}~. ( ,I LIVE SET U IN THE ~ACKYARD AT AROUND 2:)0. THEY ONLY GoT TO PLAY THE FIRST HALF OF THEIR ~ET BEFORE THE NEICTHBORS CALLED , THE COPS.~T IT SOUNDED REALLY GOOD THO., THE SONGS SOUNDED MORE fiLLED OUT &: REA I LLY TIGHT. I DONT KNOW IF IT WAS BECAUSE : THEY SCORED NEW CABINETS ,ImT THIS WAS THE BEST THE.YVE SOUNDED IN A WHILE.AFT" ER ABOOT A HALF AN HOUR INJECTED INSANI TY SET UP INSIDE THE HOUSE.WHEN I SAW THEM AT ROXANNE'S A WHILE ~ACK I SAID THEY WERE A REALLY FAST TYPE ~AND.WELL TODAY THE SON~~ THEY PLAYED SEEMED MORE TS OF PREPPIES ,BUT LUCKILY SOMEBODY INVITED FIRST OFFENSE SLOWED DOWN,MORE MELODIC WITH GOOD VOCA- TO PLAY.THERE WERE A FEW PUMKERS THmE,MOST OF THE N.W.O.C. L~.I SAW RE&GoIE SECRET HATE PLAYING i IRi.W &: A FEW SEAL BEACH,LONG- BEACH PUNZ.IF YOU DONT now GUITAR &: SING-IN& A BIT .so I DONT KNOW ,i FIR.~T OFFEMSE ARE A NORTH SEAL BEACH !WID WHO SPEACALIZE IN IF THIS WAS A TRUE REPRESENTATION OF I.I~: A P'AST,TIGHT SOMETIMES METAL INFLUENCED PUNK/THRASH ~TYLE. SOUND OR IF THEY WERE JUST SCREWING- ARoo! YET IT IS VERY ORIGINAL AND CATCHY SOONDING.TONITE WAS SUPP ND.THEY ~OONDED GOOD NEVERTHELESS.AFTER 'OSED TO BE A EDEFIT FOR OMAR (I!SS PLAYER) BECAUSE HE WAS 1.1. LABEL SET UP AGAIN &: PLAYED THE 2nd IN JAIL (?) I DIDNT NOTICE WHO FILLED IN ON BASS FOR HIM • . HALF OF THEIR SE'l',FOLLCMED AGAIN LATER FIRST OFFENSE PLAYED A SHORT ., ~ONc;. SET THAT GENERATED SOME BY INJECTED INSANITY UNTIL THE PARTY FIN WIlD PIT ACTION. mATS WHY THEY HAD TO CUT THERE SET SHORT ALLY WINDED DOWN LATER THAT NIt7HT, THANX ~ECAUSE THE PEOPLE'S PARElfTS FREAKED OUT •ANYHOW ,HI-LITES OF 'MIKE,I.ABEL,I.I. FOR MAKING THIS PARTY PO-- THEIR SET WERE,"QUESTIONS" (MY FAVE F.O. SONG) ,":BREAKING SS~LE. .. THE LAW" (JUDA.C; PRIEST COVER) &: "FIRST OFFENSE. H THIS WA.C;J.. . TARGET OF DEMAND Party on Rosebay St. in! COOL PARTY AND IT ACTUALLY HAPPENED IN LOS ALAMITOSIt I Lon(; Beach (June CHh) , P.S.-FIRST OFFENSE WILL O~U GET BIGGER IF THEY KEEP IT UP WHEN WE FIRST ARRIVED THERE WAS ONLY AB- THIS IS O.C. NOT, L.A. (COONTY) I 0' OUT :30 OR SO IN ATTENDANCE;:euT !YTHE P'lTBLIC HUMILIATION ,SI{7NAL OF DISTRESS Party in 'Oran~e END OF THE EVENING- THERE WAS EA.'ULY OVER, June 21 at 150 PUNX etc. ,MOSTO' FROM LONG- BEACH. LAIC ;;TH~I:=:!S=-W:?:!'A;';S~AN~OT=H=ER=-:S:-. '='0 .-:D=-.~P~AR=TY=:I:"'l('-::MAN:--:-::-.-:TH=ES::;E~CiUY=;:;S EWOOD.~ELLFLOWERtNWOC,BUENA PARK,CYPRESS : THIS TIME AROUND IT WA.C;HELD IN THE SUBURBAN BOONOO'CiSOF &: EVERYWHERE IN BEl'WEEN.IT WAS A BUCK TO ORANGE CALlFORNIA.IT ROONDED ME A LOT OF ROTMOREt~UT M€)l.. I GET IN BUT LUCKILY I SCORED A FEW DRINKS RE ISOLA TED. WHEN WE SHOWED UP WE FOUND THE LO!AL PUNKS TO OFF THE KE& BEFORE IT WA.~ OOST. T .0. D. HE QUITE NICE FREINDLY PEOPLE WITH NO "PURKER THAN YOU" I SOUNDED SURPRISINGLY. GOOD DE<lPITE TI'IE AC ATTITUDES. THE' AUDIENCE OF 40 + PEOPLE WERE MA.DE UP OF PUN OOSTICS OF A SUBURBAN LIVING- ROOM.ACTUAL KS,STRAITS,HIPPIES.& LITTLE KIDS,YET THERE WERE NO VIOLENT LY THEY WERE THE BEST I HAD SEEN THEM IN CONFRONTATIONS AT ALL.THEY EVEN HOSTED AN A LA CARTE TABA WHILE.AFTER T.O.D •• I HEA.RD THE SCARECR] LE LOADED WITH MUNCHIE.,) WHICH I SCARFED UPON.~LIC HUMIL OWS WERE SUPPOSED TO PLAY BUT I DONT KN- ; IATION WAS GOD! j HIPPIES &: A "NORMAL LOOKING- &or" (DONT CM IF THE! SHOWED UP.SOME PEOPLE SAID i LABELS SUCK?) PLAYING ANTI HIPPIE &: PREPPIE SON(fSII MUSIC 5TH COLUMN PLAYED NEXT &: Of HERS SAID IT ; ALLY THEY HAD AN OFF THE WALL liRUN~Y A(pRA<tE puNIC STYLE WAS THE YOUNG- AMERlKANS.I DONT KN<M CUZ i BUT IT WAS SO FUNNY &: SPotfTANlOOUS THAT rr ,MADE THE){ GREATI I WAS CONDUCTIN& AN INTERVIEW IN THE BAC PUBLIC HUMILIATION ARE PUNK ROC!( WITHOUT PRETENSION. THE KlAHn.IT WAS A FUN PARTY OVERAlL !'HO. MOST SPONTANEOUS BAND SINCE PUBLIC THREAT.HAVE THEM PLAY FIRST OFFEN~E Party in the Ros8IIloor Hiq~,k lands (Los AI) Friday June 15th .. THERE HADNT BEEN A DEcENT PARTY IN TOWN SINCE NEW YEARS EVE,50 I WAS REALLY LOOKING- FORWARD TO THIS ONE. BASICAllY THIS WAS JUST A GRAD PARTY Wl;TH A KEG-AND La . t ~~~ e:E ~~~~~;~~~Y O! ~~:~~~c)'~~~~EX~y:I~~ . USUAL SET OF WAY FAST THRASH. I MEAN REALLY FAST. YET THEY ARE NOT SLOPPY BUT VERY TIGHT. THEY .ruST RECENTLY ACQUIRED . A NEW GUITARIST AND HE SEEMS TO BE WORKING- OUT JUST FINE. WATCH FOR S.O.D.,CtJZ THEY PLAY AROOND A LOT • livtOR£/ MOR£.I MOR&. 1f£!) N£>(T 155
  • ' ~'J, BEACH BULLSHIT FLASH!!!! THE FISH SOCIETY HAS CLEANED UP THEIR ACT.FORMALLY VEG-VILLE HOME OF THE VEG.PENI TROUPS HAVE ABANDONED FORT FISHER IN SEARCH OF A DIRTIER PLACE TO LIVE.IN THIER QUEST FOR UNCLEANLINESS, AND MORE SEX THEY HAVE MOVED TO SEAL BEACH TO LIVE UNDER THE AMERICAN WAY.BEING THE ONLY LEGAL ALIENS LIVING IN THE SO-CALLED APARTMENT COMPLEX, THEY HAVE RECIEVED MANY COMPLAINTS, BUT NEED AN INTERPRETER TO TRANSLATE THEM. MEANWHILE, AT THE ANTI CIRCLE BALL ROOM, DALLY HAD AN UNPREPARED VISIT FROM THE LONG BEACH-SIGNAL HILL VICE SQUAD.THE POLICES GRAND CHORUS LINE TROMED THROUGH LEAVING BROKEN HEARTS AND LOTS OF VERY ANGRY PEOPLE BEHIND THEM. MR "D'S" FOURTH GRAND OPENING WENT OUT WITH A BANG,WHILE IGGY- HEAD OF SECURITY THAT NIGH'I',ENDED WITH MAJOR COMPLICATIONS UP AND MIKE DAVIS GOT EMBARASSINLY CAUGHT WITH HIS PANTS DOWN.AS FAR AS PEOPLE WHO ATTENED THE GIG CAN VERIFY, THAT THE BIG BAND OF THE NIGHT DIDNT GET TO PLAY THANKS TO THOSE VERY NICE OLD FARTS THAT LIVED IN THE ItviEDIATE AREA, ~moJtJSTHAPPENED TO BE ON THE PHONED TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AT THE TIME AND MENTIONED THE FESTIVITIES GOING ON. THE FAMOUSE MR AND MRS DOG ARE BACK IN DIVORCE COURT THIS MONTH.MR DOG HAS DECIDED THAT HE;..OULD LIKE TO CONTINUE HIS BUSINESS WITHOUT THE AIDE OF MRS DOG BY HIS SIDE .UNFORTUNATLY MRS DOG IS VERY UPSET AT THE MATTER AND SAYS SHE WILL BE ATTENING CHAMA IDE CITY COLLEDGE IN HAWAII COMING THIS FALL,MRS DOG IS NOW OUT AND LOOKING FOR SOMTHING TO KEEP HER BUSY-LIKE AND NEW BAND TO SING FOR.ON THE OTHER HAND,MR DOG AS IT HAS BEEN HEARD, IS ON HIS WAY TO THE DOG HOUSE, SO FAR HE HAS ' BEEN KEEPING IN SHAPE. HOPFULLY NORTH WEST O.C. WILL BE ABLE TO SEE THE OL' DOG AGAIN SOMEDAY DOWN THIS WAY, THINK SO MR DOG? KING VEG HAD A PRETTY GOOD LITTLE GET TOGETHER AT HIS HOUSE OVER THE EASTER VACATION. SOME OF THE FESIVITIES WHICH INCLUDED R.D. AND HIS FIFTEEN MINUTE DATE WITH THE HUNTINGTON BEACH POLICE. THEY MADE HIM LOCK THE KEYS TO HIS CAR IN THE TRUNK SO HISCAR WOULDNT GET STOLEN. APERANTLY R.D. WAS KICKING BACK IN HIS CAR LISTENING TO #¢&@*$ ••• A HEAVY METAL BAND,WHEN THE FLY BY NIGHT'S SHOWED UP.MORE OF THE EXCITMENT AT THE PALACE INCLUDED, MRS. SANTA CLAUSE AND HER FIVE LITTLE FINGERS AT ONE QCLOCK IN THE MORNING OVER AT SAFEWAY,AND THE WORSHBE BOYS IN TH~EBUT OF"THE LONG, LONG ROAD TO SEMEN COUNTRY". FINALLY,FEARLESS FISHER CLEANS THE FISH HIVE AND FINDS NECTAR!!!!!!!! AND MR AND MRS VEG ARE LEAVING FOR HAWAII IN JULY TO WORK AT A FITNESS CAMP FOR KIDS. THE KING VEG HIMSELF WILL BE TEACHING LITTLE BOYS AND GIRLS HOW TO SURF AND MRS VEG WILL BE COUNSELING.GOOD LUCK MR AND MRS VEG, ALOHA TO ALL!!!!!!!!!! KING VEG's WORDS FOR THE WEEK "IT TAKES THREE TO JUGLE" weST THE WEST SIDE SCENE IS S 12 C ~ ~~/~(~ •. '::~ '~ ~)~ . ,"~;~4·.·· E ~L ~(;r~~., ~ ' l~. N '/. A .' E Yo J~..r'" ~ R AND ~. E P 0 :R· T S £,,,",,, 11 EAT THE RICH! REALLY HAPPEN ~~CE,MAR VI~TA,~ANTA MONICA.PALI~A~~~·!H~~~.~~~~i~~~P~T~~D~~~M S~MEN SUICIDAL TENDFlfCIES-<JUST LEFr FOR A WEST COAST TOUR STARTING lty DJN-CHAOTIC NOIZE PLA' . TO, THEN IDAHO,THEN SEATTLE,THEN ALASKA•MAY 12th BACK HOME TO &' SHAUN of" TRJDSEr"l'Elt AR~ TH~~~~~C.0'8VIOUSI.Y THE MOST SUCCESSFUL ~AND FJtOM THE ~ L.A. Fandn. .. •.. HOOD WATCH~,THEYHAVE A 12". EP OUT ON DEEDERDE'I's RECORDS THEY HAVE A ~INGLE .OUT SOON. THEY <JUST COMPLEl'ED A TOUR COVEftINe;. TEXA.C;I' NEW MEXICO ,& ARIZONA~YOU CAN WRITl!"" N W AT· . , 2,6. CHAOTIC NOISE ••• EW ~AND FJtOM VENICE THEIlt·AGES RANfrE FROM·1 N P.O. BOX 53.1 venice CA.''''.I'--4-. I AT THE CATHAY AND WILL lSE APPEIJUN "',.. " .' 5-1~.THEYVE PLAYED REHULARLY' COMPILATION.YOU CAN ALSO WRITE CHA~~~ ~~~iC A~ p S~TION OUT IN AUGUST;ALSO TRENDSEl'TER"S JUNO F1tOM WEST ~.A. PUNX FOR SU1tVIV' • .•• 5372 VENICE CA. ,"2,6. ENTROPy";HOT ~ SON& TAPE FOR ONLY $5.••• THATS RI~T~~:~~~~lA!~~s~ATHAY.YOU CAN GET A T-SHIRT AND A~ COOL YOUN& !SANDWHICH IS ItEALLI; GOOD FAST • ,WEST L.A. CA. ,,,'25. S.O.S.~A IDEMO AVAILAJI3LE FOR A TAPE AND FtIVE STAMPS T~~~D~~&i~~ ~~ INFLUENCE.THEY HAVE A 15 SOW; TIC'S "SLAMMULATION." NO MEllCY-A PftEl'TY CO L' .,. . SS.THEYltE ALSO APPEAftIN& ON MIS. ON A COMPILATION TAPE AND THEY HAVE A DEMO o~ A~!:~I:~:~H~D,FftOM MAR VI5TA.THEY HAVE A SON& ... __.,_.,.". . -J~LAY CONSTANTLY THE CATHAY AND PA R'1'IES ,INGLUDIN& THE FEDEML :eUILDINo- AND OTHElt."i. AG-AINST-THIS IS A <7OOD!SAND FROM THE AREA. THEY ARE TOTALLY ltEMINISCENT OF EARLY DISCHARG-E BUT .DO HAVE THEIR OWN STYLE.LAST WE HEARD THE IR G.!JlT AP..!~ LEFl' ~T WE' ftF. Nor SURE.. HATED PRINCIPLE.C;~THE ONLY ~AND FROM cut vm. CITY. THEY L)( A ~ Hi "31i'. ~ • ! __ ",.._, .:, .~-~~''''''''~'''Il' •.,.,., " ......••• ~ ". .--., .;<~".~'<:'. - •••• t .. 'ffl
  • ,env WI.. I C may C PO ,I 84· A ,ANonrER g'" r MONTH PASSES SO IT'S NOIII'H WEST C.C, ~=~ l1pnATE.Cl.I1B>llZF_ICRABoDS ~_ u·~::.~ Jl(~~.1~~~;i.J:-::A"~ :'~:'r. _~ ~S~~C~KF~~~ ._ ,x TIME FOR ANOTHEft CLOS O~ ~~ THE ONLY PLACE IN O. C. TO ALLOW PUNK BANnor;;TO PLAY. THEYVE HAD A FEW COOL SHOWS HERE OVER. TH ,::~(4I LAST MONTH SUCH BANDS AS THE VANDALS, TURKO .r'l XX i IL,PLEDGE NO ALLEGIANCE,H.K.A. & CRASHCO~ ~ GOLDENVOICE PUT ON I !JG. SHOW HERE W 7 SECON ~~~~~.'~c " t FULL T • DS,M. I.A. ,DECltY ,PLAIN WRAP & LOVE CANAL. TInS ._U1UIA~.'" ;-':" WEEKEND-I HEAR ITS M.I.A.,CONVICTED,SI«7NAL OF . .The Drug DISTImiS,IRAINLESS.&: PUBLICHUMIEiATION.H~PE , ... ,::" THE C. F. CAN ltOOIB OPEN. PLAIN WRAP HAVE A ~~""'I'+i ••••• ~~~~1' , VIDFD &: HOPEFULLY SOME NEW VINYL SOON. SOCIAL DISTORTION WILL HAVE A NEW L.P. OUT BY SUMMER' YliEA1t ONE OF TJlE GUYS IN 10DY COUNT IS PUTT ING- TotrETHm A KOHl' .ltOIERT OMLIT ISltELEASING "ANG-EL TftI1MPEr" TAlES KOMPILATION &: WOULD LIKE ANY BAND THAT IS INTFltESTED TO CONTACT HIM AT;32e N.WEST ST.,ANAHIEM CA•• '2~'1-FOft POSSI· BLE INCLUSION Olf A KOMP.LOVE CANAL GOT AN OP! ... NING SLO'l' AT EXPLOITED SHOW,OTHER BANDS THAT -"'.'./4 ARE STILL CO'!' THERE AND PLAYI~ INCLUDE;LE&AL WE '.' ~ APON.FALLIN& IOOLS,UNWILLING..BLACK LAlEL,PSYCHOIUD,~NJECTED INSANITY,BLIND HATRED &: JUSTICE LEAfrUE £ .:::' tTHINK ABUSIVE ACTS BftOKE UP. ~ ••• _2·!1.~~<;· LOCALLy.UNITY DID NOT BlEAK UP.PAT LEFT,TOOK THE NAc;.:... ~~"'o.~. me &: A FEW SOrGS.RO! IS TRYIN6- TO STAltT A NEW BAND W/ IRVIN:' ~ A NEW NAME,SI&NAL OF DISTRESS lIAS BEEN PLAnm; A LOT 'oc, •••• '-~,l"~.':I,.~· ";," OF PARTIES & SHOWS LATELY WATCH FOR THEM.MORAL CODE PLA "; n. OSTA MESA':.! ~::~:;~~l:" ..,,""!::- YED SOME CHICKS PAltTY IN LOS AL.I HEARD IT WAS PRErTY CH '>, ,""" ". I PETE 0 0 D IS -"""'IN"Trv'!..El'HER A vovr> ::<':~'~'7::~:~f'H" ~~iCTO ~~~T-4'41 iRomiOO£u~~E.~S~ !EA.CH C~.l:~? , -"TBEAF!I"",~B.y"''' :::J cr 41. TOTES HAD A BLACK LABEL/INJECTED INSANITY PARTY AT HIS MI co=~:~'l,'Ar.?L:., HOUSE IN BUENA PARK.THAT WAS A LOT OF PUN.SPARKS IS TRYINGD V I -" .,,': &Rt' SLASH D.C. GOIN& ACTAIN.FISH Gar EVICTED.IS IN H.I., TO BUT MAY MOVE INLAND.DAY!'" (ss) IS IN A CAREUNIT.PAltTY spars LO • CALLY-!EEKs.ZEftO's,THE nT'rCH,& GORMANS.BASIC TAKE ovm HIT UP PU 1" NK MURAL') IN THE nrTCR. :10MEONE SPRAYP AINTED "X" &: fCH3 •IN CiRIUTO 5~ NC.E.A.Ea..:, J DITCH .RICK,HAVOC SINGEH IS PUTTINCr OUT HIS OWN ZINE, "PSICHED MAN IFESTATIONS." F ••F.F. vm, BE ON A "ZINE KOMP" OUT OF MISSOU1tI. ZERO HAD A COOL BIRTHDAY PAltTY ¥Oft WENDI IN HIS ROOM wI ABOUT 15 .. "'-. , LOKALS IUDS &: BEER. THE MOD SQUAD'S COOL •. VANDAL,N.W.O.C. LOKAL KREW,FFF ~' •• A ""'~ .: . ~ 1-:'::'. '" "'~oJ..:#~':~' ~ i!~' ;, 2 r~. - r.l WI 7 i : .ft S;;;~e' ~,:=1 * II) • '"~~-" " ~;. ,,/:;:.2:.</. ~o'-/>-_/ i/ .. ~ e ••• " .0 . CANCf R' / BTATB ••• SU'K ' cu ••• " ,I fI1I"'F; "~"HC;I HurmNOTON , <."o~ .' IJMllffSjO' •. , " ••••• " ; ~' .'<:" 'p ~~T < c Sh It "()·s you" d ThE Mod S~UA - caNCEr - .. lNlIQCJ _ t ' •• ~l .. _ G~~~~ - THIS IS THE REPORT FOR THE END OF THE MONTH.I'M SURE EVERYONE KNOWS FISH IS OUT ON THE STREETS.STUART &: ~OMMY IAC;E THEIR ~OARDS TO LOKAL SNAKE. ~EEKS IS VO , TED *1 SUPPLIER OF lS(JDS TO THE 1984 OLY . . MPICS.(SORRY ~C;TA).ZERO ~C; CUTS &: BRU ISES AND A CHICK? THE DEATH OF WINTER HAS'~EEN ANTI,NOW SHE IS THE EXORCIST. DANON &: I-NON ARE FULLy NONt WE HAD A VI SIT FROM SHAUN RAU<T,HE SAID, SUCK, BU'1"l'tj
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