Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Max's Kansas City 1976
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
AMG EXPERT REVIEW: ...the album serves as a reminder and souvenir of punk's early days, featuring the known (Pere Ubu, Suicide, Wayne County) along with the lesser-known (the Fast, the Brats, Harry Toledo). Unlike many com... more »
AMG EXPERT REVIEW: ...the album serves as a reminder and souvenir of punk's early days, featuring the known (Pere Ubu, Suicide, Wayne County) along with the lesser-known (the Fast, the Brats, Harry Toledo). Unlike many compilations of punk's early days, these rare tracks are all great-sounding studio recordings, with absolutely no lo-fi live tracks (which are usually commonplace on punk anthologies). You'll be treated to great, early versions of the classics "Final Solution" by Cleveland experimentalists Pere Ubu, as well as "Rocket U.S.A." by New York's confrontational electronic duo Suicide. Wayne County's title track lists just about every band that was playing the venue at the time of song's writing, many of them reaching legendary status (Talking Heads, Ramones, Johnny Thunders, etc.). If you want to re-experience the New York punk of yesteryear, Max's Kansas City 1976 is the ultimate ticket. ? Greg Prato
NYC PUNK ROCK....
firstname.lastname@example.org | Melbourne Florida | 06/03/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"were you there? do ya remember max's? this is one cd thats a must have if you were a punk back then or just wish ya were. ive searched for this cd for 10 years and im so glad its here. get it and you will be too. with addes tracks, most notably by the fast, kids just wanna dance, pop it in your cars cd player and PUNK OUT and ROCK ON"