The Queers – Look Ma No Flannel! (1994) Vinyl 7″

Band: The Queers

Album: Look Ma No Flannel!

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Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore

Label: Clearview Records

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 6 Tracks Vinyl 7"


The Queers are punk rock band formed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1982. Their sound is heavily influenced by the Ramones and '60s bubblegum pop and their songs often feature humorous and juvenile lyrics. The original line up consisted of Joe King (2) (Vocals/Guitar), Tulu (2) (Vocals/Bass), and Wimpy (2) Rutherford (Drums). The band released one 7" EP with this line up. In 1984, the band released a second 7", this time with Tulu on drums, Wimpy singing, and Keith Hages playing bass. The band split shortly afterwards but Joe would occasionally use the name throughout the '80s, playing with various line-ups (King's most frequent collaborators were JJ Rassler (guitar) and Hugh O'Neill (2) (drums)) for sporadic shows in Boston and New Hampshire, although there were no recordings created at this time, and by the end of the decade the band had pretty much become inactive. In 1990, King and O'Neill decided to get the band going again and recorded the band's first LP, "Grow Up". Aro (...)


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6 Tracks
A1 I Like Young Girls
A2 Nuni In New York
A3 Wimpy Drives Through Harlem
B1 Too Much Flesh For Tulu
B2 I Didn't Want None
B3 Nobody Likes Me

Limited to 2,000 copies.

Recorded in January 1993.



100 copies are also available as double 7" packs with blue/red graphics on the sleeve. These double vinyl sets have the A side tracks pressed on both sides of the 1st vinyl and the B side tracks on both sides of the 2nd and are hand numbered on the rear.




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