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Editorial Reviews

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 amp; 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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