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Circle Jerks – Wild In The Streets (1982) Vinyl Album LP Reissue

Band: Circle Jerks

Album: Wild In The Streets

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore

Label: Frontier Records

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 14 Tracks Vinyl Album LP Reissue

The Circle Jerks are an American punk rock band formed in 1979 by vocalist Keith Morris and guitarist Greg Hetson. Morris had previously been a vocalist for Black Flag and Hetson had been a guitarist for Red Cross (later known as Redd Kross). Both bands practiced at a rehearsal space called The Church, located in Hermosa Beach, California. Morris and Hetson quit their bands at about the same time, but for opposite reasons: Morris felt Black Flag practiced too much and Hetson felt Red Cross didn't practice enough. The duo recruit jazz-trained drummer Keith "Lucky" Lehrer. Lehrer had auditioned for Red Cross but had been rejected by the other members of the band for allegedly being "too good", much to Hetson's frustration (Red Cross's previous drummer, Ron Reyes, ended up replacing Morris in Black Flag). Bassist Roger Rogerson (born Roger Dowding) was the final addition to the band. The Circle Jerks quickly rose in popularity due to their hyperspeed music and energetic performances, but their habit of re-using music and lyrics from their previous groups (sometimes including bits that the members of the Circle Jerks did not author) did not win them many fans among their former band mates. Their debut release, 1980's "Group Sex" featured 14 songs in 16 minutes and is considered a class (...)

14 Tracks
A1 Wild In The Streets2:33
A2 Leave Me Alone1:20
A3 Stars And Stripes1:38
A4 86'd (Good As Gone)1:53
A5 Meet The Press1:16
A6 Trapped1:39
A7 Murder The Disturbed2:00
B1 Letter Bomb1:13
B2 Question Authority1:44
B3 Defamation Innuendo2:21
B4 Moral Majority0:52
B5 Forced Labor1:14
B6 Political Stu1:34
B7 Just Like Me / Put A Little Love In Your Heart4:00

Remixed reissue of the 1982 original on Faulty Products. Includes lyrics insert.

Remixed at Mister Rogers Studio.
Mastered at K Disk.


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