Friday, September 14, 2012

WEBSTORE UPDATE! New VIOLENT REACTION, SJN, RATIONAL ANIMALS, RAZAR, and More!

Greetings! The weather is getting a bit cooler here in RVA and I couldn't be happier (especially since my new home doesn't have central A/C). I've got an awesome webstore update this week, but before I get to that, just a reminder that the SCHOOL JERKS "S/T" LP and NIGHT BIRDS "Fresh Kills Vol. 1" LP are out now so check those out if you haven't yet! A huge thanks to everyone who has picked up a copy of either record (extra thanks to those who picked up both!), I hope they are finding a good home on your turntable. For the nerds out there, I still have a few of the SCHOOL JERKS LP on nice SLIME GREEN vinyl so grab it while you can!

These new releases should be popping up in all of your favorite stores and distros shortly.  If you run a distro or store and would like to grab copies of these releases or any Grave Mistake releases, please feel free to drop me an email and I'll get you taken care of! I also just shipped off a ton of huge boxes filled with these new releases to all of my current distributors, so expect them to be popping up in the EBULLITION, REV DISTRIBUTION, NO IDEA, and DEATHWISH DIRECT updates very soon. Also we are thrilled to announce that GET HIP will now be carrying select Grave Mistake titles! Any labels looking to trade, I've cut down just a little on trading but am down to entertain most trades so send me a list and hopefully we can work something out! Finally, any bloggers, zinesters, web reviewers, etc etc that want to check out GM releases for review, please don't hesitate to get in touch! Contact info is below.

In some quick label news, we should be expecting tests for THE SHIRKS 12" any day now! Also next week, if things go as planned, I will be sending off the masters for both the 86 MENTALITY "Goin Nowhere Fast" 12" collection and the repress of the BIG EYES "Demo" 7" that we are co-repressing with our friends at Evil Weevil Records!  Then after that it's looking like the new BRAIN F≠ LP (which will once again be a split with Sorry State Records) and the SECTARIAN VIOLENCE LP!  So it's looking like we are either going to be ending 2012 with a bang, or starting 2013 with a bang! Either way, get excited.

Ok, on to all of the killer new slabs in the webstore ...
 
 
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WHAT'S NEW FOR 09.14.2012:
http://www.gravemistakerecords.com/catalog/products_new.php

This update is sort of an odd one considering there are no new LPs in the mix! Luckily there are plenty of 7"s, demos, and zines in this to make it awesome still. I'll try and make this brief as always ...

Stocked up on the VIOLENT REACTION 7" ... I'm pretty sure the first pressing of this EP won't last too long so grab it while you can (also because it fucking RIPS). Grabbed the new EP from Australia's own STRAIGHTJACKET NATION, a fitting and long overdue follow up to their incredible LP from a few years back.  Picked up not one but TWO brand new singles from RATIONAL ANIMALS - one being the second installment of COWABUNGA's "Sick Club" series, the other being their newest on Katorga Works (and since I grabbed these from the band on tour, they have a sweet tour sleeve numbered out of 100). Picked up a few copies of the new EP from Atlanta's own OUTCROWD (STAN!!!!!!!!) along with their demo 7" as well, so grab em both!  Also stocked up on some other cool new singles from STRESSORS, DIAT, FILTHY GAZE OF EUROPE, DRAPETOMANIA, PUTAS MIERDAS, DRY FEET, TINO VALPA, CLEANSING WAVE, UTAH JAZZ, and more!

On the reissues front, grabbed a ton of new releases from the SING SING and UGLY POP labels, including reissues from RAZAR, BLITZ BOYS, ADRENALIN, THE BATS, BENT WIND, NORTHWEST COMPANY, and A PASSING FANCY! I've got full info on each of these bands below, so definitely check em out because reissues rule! I also finally stocked up on some copies of the TESTORS "Together" reissue courtesy of WINDIAN RECORDS, and I was also able to score some copies of the CONFUSE "Spending Loud Night" Fanclub pressing 7" at a VERY nice price!

On the non-vinyl side of things, stocked up on some new zines including the latest issues of DISTORT, LIMITED READERSHIP, ISOLATED, and CABIN FEVER ... and a few tapes including the MUGGER demo and WE'RE NOT CONTAGEOUS compilation tape!

Finally, some restocks of note - grabbed a few more copies of the CRAZY SPIRT "S/T" LP and HANK WOOD AND THE HAMMERHEADS LP, along with the latest DAWN OF HUMANS 7" (all courtesy of TOXIC STATE RECORDS), grabbed a few more copies of the COPS 7" single and the GG KING "Joyless Masturbation" 7", some more copies of the URBAN BLIGHT "Total War" 7", and restocked on some killer local tapes from BARGE and VIOLENT OUTBURST  (both of these are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED).

That's all for now, thanks for your continued support!!!

Alex / GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS
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NEW IN THE WEBSTORE FOR 09.14.12:

VIOLENT REACTION "S/T" 7" (STATIC SHOCK)
Following a promising demo last year, Liverpool's Violent Reaction finally release their debut 7" ep. Six tracks of undiluted hardcore punk that are more influenced by Discharge, Poison Idea, Out Cold and Blitz than the likes of Youth Of Today, VR is for those who like their straight edge hardcore a little more antisocial.Originally started as a one man project by Tom Pimlott (Sectarian Violence, Nowhere Fast), VR is now playing live with members of Stab and Abolition backing him up. The record comes in an A3 wraparound sleeve and handstamped coloured innersleeves. First press is limited to 326 copies on black vinyl and is a split release with Quality Control HQ.

STRAIGHTJACKET NATION "NATIONALISM" 7" (IRON LUNG)
Raw and visceral Cleveland meets Boston style hardcore punk music played by tough-skinned Aussie cunts. They take no bullshit and give no quarter to those of a weaker stock. SJN have been laying low for a while but have finally decided to unleash these three cuts for public consumption. A gift. Recorded at CC's Paincave "studio" in Boston, My America.  In short, this is a mean record for mean people. Scare yourself with darker possibilities.  Thank you.

STRESSORS "PSYCHOTIC BREAK" 7" (WARTHOG SPEAK)
Stressors' debut wax after a slurry of cassette releases... Eight tracks of Paranoia, isolation, ousted faith in humanity, and demented rejection interpreted by four young Bay Area mongos, that take you through a neck-snapping, brain-bruising car-jacking of dynamic hardcore and internal rage.

RATIONAL ANIMALS "GABRIELLE" 7" (COWABUNGA)
With an album on Katorga Works under their belts, Rational Animals provided these two tracks for the Cowabunga Records limited Sick Club 7" series, with a style of punk rock that's slow and dirgy, perhaps akin to slower and later Black Flag and Flipper.

RATIONAL ANIMALS "CROSS-EYED DELIGHTS" 7" (KATORGA WORKS)
Follow up to their LP and newest single coinciding with their Sick Club single on COWABUNGA. These copies are TOUR PRESS out of 100!

OUTCROWD "OUR STRUGGLE" 7" (STOMP)
This 7" contains this Atlanta Hardcore band's 2011 demo on the A side and their songs from the written off split on the B side.

OUTCROWD "JUST US" 7" (REAPER)
Guitar, bass and drum players Pete, Steven and John started Atlanta, GA's Out Crowd in the winter of 2010. While the demo encapsulated a raw, late-'80s youth-crew style hardcore, "Just Us" is musically and lyrically a major step up from the demo. Recorded at the Out Crowd headquarters and produced by the almighty Nick Jett, get ready to dive, skank and stomp with "Just Us."

CONFUSE "SPENDING LOUD NIGHT" 7" (FANCLUB)
Extremely well-done bootleg of Confuse's most well-known 7". This one has solid, punchy sound and perfectly replicates the original artwork, right down to the center labels. No shitty bootleg, this looks and sounds as good as most official reissues, and of course you won't be seeing any official Confuse reissues any time soon.

PUTAS MIERDAS "EXTINCION" 7" (TRABUC)
After 2 7"s and a long delay, Putas Mierdas are back with a 3 song 7".  Expect more of the same on this recording.  Raw yet catchy and melodic punk punk with lots of hooks.  Limited to 500 copies all on red vinyl.

DRAPETOMANIA "S/T" 7" (TODO DESTRUIDO)
Drapetomania released one of the best demos last year in my opinion, so I was stoked when they agreed for me to do a 7" for them.  Drapetomania's sounds is not easy to describe, as they mix South American punk with melodic/Oi! influences while still keeping it raw and aggressive.  Intead of me trying to describe it I will post a link to the song so you can hear for yourself.  Limited to 500 copies on full color offset fold out sleeve. Members of Mata Mata and Tuberculosis for those keeping tabs.

DIAT "PICK A LINE" 7" (IRON LUNG)
Rarely does an unsolicited email even raise an eyebrow but No Accent and Pick A Line really knocked us over. Expertly tight catchy drumming, cold as ice monotone pitch perfect post-punk vocals and a rhythm section that would make James Brown mush-mouthier with jealousy. Sorta sounds like "Mesh & Lace" MODERN ENGLISH playing CRISIS covers but with smarter lyrics. We heard a rumor that DI√ĄT formed with the sole purpose of playing with TOTAL CONTROL in Berlin, where they're from. I could believe the story since 2/3 of the band are actually Australian but I choose not to because the songs are too good to be so casual about. This band will do great things starting now. ILR is proud to debut this power trio to the world.

SEA LIONS / GOLDEN GRRRLS -SPLIT 7" (STATIC SHOCK)
Oxnard, California's Sea Lions came over to the UK for the first time in July 2012 for Indietracks fest and embarked on a tour with London / Glasgow group Golden Grrrls. To commemorate the occasion they released a limited tour 7" which now sees a world wide release. Both bands contributed an original song and a cover version. Sea Lions take apart 'Nervous Breakdown' by Black Flag, turning it into a shambling nugget of shrill guitar versus Adrian Pillado's laconic vocal delivery and contributed 'On and Off' - as close to an anthem as Sea Lions get. Golden Grrrls tackle 'I Don't Want You Anyway' by kiwi group Look Blue Go Purple, remaining fairly faithful to the original with some added punk energy, while their original is a garage pop bullet in the form of 'Billy,' which sees Ruari MacLean take lead vocal to counter the female backing. 4 songs as good as any you're going to hear this year.  A one time pressing of 600 copies. Hand stamped labels and comes with download code. A split release with Night School Records.

TINO VALPA "WALK THE WALK" 7" (KANGAROO)
From Dover, New Hampshire: Tino Valpa. Second ep picks up where the first one left off. 15 blasting tracks in early 80's hardcore tradition. Tino Valpa is the lead singer of the Cryptics and this is his second 7". Now that the introductions are over, you should probably know that this record fucking shreds. There are 15 (yes, FIFTEEN) tracks of pure fucking hardcore - no mess, no fuss, this gets straight to the point. Apart from the ripping hardcore, you get some pretty crazy artwork and two covers of classic hardcore tunes (Poison Idea's "Pure Hate" and Verbal Abuse's "Social Insect".) If that's not enough to get you to check this one out, I don't really know what is.

CLEANSING WAVE "S/T" 7" (PRGNT)
The newest 7" on PRGNT records comes from Worcester's Cleansing Wave. Early this year they did a split flexi with G.A.S.H. (Boston) and this picks up right where that left off. 6 raging songs of raw punk with reverb drenched vocals. Limited to 300, comes with a lyric sheet and poster.

UTAH JAZZ "S/T" 7" (FERAL KID)
After a ripping demo tape on Drug Party tapes, this is the debut vinyl release for the Utah Jazz. members of Brown Sugar and Mayday! join forces for this maniacal band. This is a truly mind-blowing record.

DRY FEET "HIGHWAY TO HECK" 7" (SECRET COOKIES)
The undisputed kings of Philadelphia Beach surf return with their second 7" single!

TESTORS "TOGETHER" 7" (WINDIAN)
This classic slab was recorded in 1979 and released in 1980 on the Drive-In label. The Testors soon broke up after this releases, leaving this record in the vast hole of NYC punk lore. The single was the bands first and only, and extremely hard to find. This reissue includes 'Together' and 'Time Is Mine', and a never released studio recording '[This] Time Is Mine' which was an early version of 'Time Is Mine', although very different. Packaged exactly how it was 30 years ago using hi res scans of the origInal.

FILTHY GAZE OF EUROPE, THE "DOMESTIC ACCIDENTS" 7" (UGLY POP)
Dallas Good (Sadies) and Don Pyle (Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet, Crash Kills Five) deliver two tracks of assaultive electronic thrash with vocals by Damian (Fucked Up), Colohan (Swarm, Cursed, Left For Dead), Mickey Skin (Curse) and Amanda. First pressing of 200 each on opaque red, green and white wax.

BENT WIND "SACRED COWS" 7" (UGLY POP)
Bent Wind's 1970 LP "Sussex" is perhaps the rarest Canadian record there is, but before dropping that massive set of heavy psych, they debuted with a small-run 45 that hit hard with a pair of considerably more straight-forward garage psych rockers. Released on the tiny local Trend label in 1969, this is a very good single that marks the transition from mid-'60s garage to the heavier rock to come. New sleeve and insert made with full cooperation of the band, LP reissue to follow!

NORTHWEST COMPANY, THE "HARD TO CRY" 7" (UGLY POP)
Vancouver's legendary Northwest Company released a fair number of records, but nothing touched this impossible-to-find 1967 debut for sheer roughness. Hard To Cry is a wild, fast punk screamer with nasty proto-metal riffing and a caveman rhythm section and the flip's a similarly aggressive pounder with some serious frustration bleeding through. Clearly inspired by the toughest early Kinks and Who 45s, this is one of the most very sought after of all Canadian garage records, but now's your chance to pick up a high-quality, authorized reissue with excellent remastered sound and brand new sleeve.

A PASSING FANCY "LOSING TONIGHT" 7" (UGLY POP)
One of the all-time great Toronto singles, this actually had decent local chart success in early '67. The hit's a high-energy slice of quick-paced freakbeat elevated to greatness by an absolutely stinging lead guitar attack, while the eponymous flipside delivers an insistent mid-tempo jangle built around a haunting chorus. Utterly essential for those who dig the classic mid '60s garage sound. Remastered with a brand new picture sleeve.

BLITZ BOYS, THE "EDDY'S NEW SHOES" 7" (SING SING)
Punks were few and far between in the Forest of Dean - a remote, heavily wooded, former coal-mining area on the border between England and Wales. You had to be dedicated or stupid to survive the constant ambushes from local disco boys, bikers and rugby club drunks. Five teenage punks ('Topper' Toplis, Jer Phelps, Drew Smith, Jon Ralphs, Barry Phillips) united in a love of The Boys, The Ramones, T Rex and 60s girl-groups formed The Blitz Boys. A million miles from the narcissism of the deteriorating London scene the boys drew inspiration more from Northern Ireland - the tunes and escapism of Good Vibrations Records, of Protex, Rudi, The Outcasts and The Undertones. It was DIY or do-nothing. Gigs were initially few and far between - and what gigs there were often ended abruptly due to fighting amongst, or with, the audiences...or equipment failure. Helped by incendiary Gloucester punks Demob, who gave them support slots, the boys began to pick up more gigs and press. In 1980 The Blitz Boys second studio venture yielded 3 tracks ? live favourites Eddy's New Shoes, She Told My Friends She Loved Me (But She's Too Shy To Talk To Me) and Eddy's Friend. Self-funded with the support of their loyal circle of friends and fans, and with outstanding artwork from the Inadequate Youth, the Eddy's New Shoes EP was released on the bands own Told You So Records ? a dig at a journalist who predicted they'd never achieve anything. Within a week the title track was getting repeated plays by John Peel who also aired both flip-side tracks. The great man 'got it', commenting that he loved bands who created their own world. They met with Peel at the BBC and things momentarily looked bright with a second single planned and talk of a Peel session. But it wasn't to be. The band was always destined to burn briefly (and vividly). Eddy's New Shoes was a poignant legacy created from the chaos and the total lack of focus which would lead to the bands inevitable evaporation. Barry carried his guitar through various other bands eventually realising his ambition when The Rainsaints signed to Good Vibrations Records. Meanwhile, Eddy's New Shoes became a cult track - pirated on a number of punk compilations despite the band's ambivalence, but until now never legitimately re-released.

RAZAR "STAMP OUT DISCO" 7" (SING SING)
Brisbane in the late '70s seemed to encourage more than its share of youthful rebellion. While the Bjelke-Peterson regime didn't encourage protest, it provided lots to protest against. Punk music's do-it-yourself ethos encouraged ordinary people to take control and have their say. Police harassment, the onslaught of disco, money or the lack of it, television news sensationalism and pre-packaged 'teenage' entertainment such as Countdown meant there was a lot to sing about. And the vibrant Brisbane music scene produced a remarkable number of you bands that, while not achieving the international fame of The Saints, made their mark on the hearts and minds of the local audience. Razar was formed in Brisbane in 1977. The band featured vocals by seventeen year old Marty Burke, with fifteen year old Bob Wackley on bass, his eighteen year old brother Greg (Keg) Wackley on drums and sixteen year old Steve Mee on guitar. All four had known each other at school and had performed in earlier cover bands. The boys were keen musicians, and were already starting to write their own original material.  With Razar, the music and the thrust hit you somewhere between Gut Central and the Pleasure Centre - you just can't help but feel great. The playing's sharp as the name. Each number was like a jolt of power, the whole thing sussed for maximum effect. No sloppy intros, missed lines, fuzz out anti-climaxes. Just a two-three minute surge, then cut. "Every song we has was very fast. Out policy, our slogan at the time was YOUNG, FAST & NON-BORING" (Marty Burke)

ADRENALIN "CUMZ N GOES" 7" (SING SING)
Detroit Rock circa 1976 meant one thing and one thing only:  the ready-made light beer commercial sounds of ?Night Moves? by Silver Bullet Bob Seger.  And if that one fact is not enough to convince you that the high time, high-tide of high-powered Motor City rock was definitively dead mid-Me-Decade then you can see also Glenn Frey.  However, there remained many ideological hold-outs; bright spots amongst the burned-out crags of Detroit?s blighted skyline:  Sonic?s Rendezvous, Death, The Dogs, Lightnin?.   But the band that came the closest ? in true garage group style ? to recapturing the excitement and spirit of the Grande Ballroom with one fell double-sided swoop before hopping a bus-ride back to nowhere was Adrenalin.  Looking, from surviving video footage, like the featured entertainment at a Hamtramck Junior Prom, but sounding like a junior varsity MC5, the Guitar Army rampage on ?Rock N Roll Screamer? reeks of amphetamines and A2 residue; the gymnastic histrionics of Sonic Smith most particularly.  The flip-side?s no slouch either.  Easily in the same league as ?City Slang,? ?Raw Power? or ?Borderline,? ?Rock N Roll Screamer,? originally issued without a picture sleeve on the obscure local Fiddlers imprint, is the happiest of accidents as Adrenalin?s intentions were never proto-punk glory.  The best record I don?t own and, in my mind, the best justification for the continued search for obscure and unknown records.  BUY IT NOW! (Collin Makamson)

BATS, THE "POPGUN" 7" (SING SING)
That the Bats came from that era and didn?t suck is an amazing fact du jour. And, for the record, these Bats came and went long before the like-named New Zealand group even formed (and then fluttered into their own cave of obscurity). The Bats from New Haven, CT comprised three songwriters and this near perfect single that melded New Wave, Ventures noodling, well-meaning but misplaced prog and, best of all, catchy, beautiful pop.  What's on the vinyl is well-crafted, if youthful power pop. This group is only a trio, and from their looks quite young but manages to project a full, powerful sound. Though on a small label the sound is crisp and professional. To those who wake up every morning to well worn copies of the Raspberries' "Go All the Way," this one's for you. ? Billboard October 2, 1982.

P.S. ELIOT "LIVING IN SQUALOR" 7" (FREEDOM SCHOOL)
A head-spinning blend of loud punk rock and 90's alterna-sweetness, with straight-up pop excellence as the glue that holds it tightly together.

MUGGER - 2012 DEMO TAPE
New four song hardpunk demo tape from Columbus Ohio's MUGGER.

V/A - WE'RE NOT CONTAGEOUS TAPE
Repress of a cassette previously released by Nick Norman of MALE NURSES for the band's Summer tour with SUBCLINIX. 15 tracks from 10 different punk bands from across the US including DRY HUMP, MALE NURSES, CULO, VIOLENT NIGHT, SECRET PROSTITUTES, REFORMED HOMOSEXUAL, SGT. SLAUGHTER, LONG PIGS, EARTH PIG and WURM TONGUE. Music for screw ups and glue huffers.

CALIFORNIA X - SUCKER / MUMMY TAPE
Tape version of the bands debut single, released in the UK by the Sounds of Sweet Nothing. "Sucker / Mummy" features two tracks of top-shelf grunge-pop in the vein of DINOSAUR JR. and SUPERCHUNK: fuzzed out melodies for the 90's low-fi "indie" fan in all of us. Limited to 100 for the band's Summer 2012 tour.

ISOLATED - ISSUE #3 ZINE
28 pages , featuring Interviews with Karl of EARTH CRISIS, Anthony Drago of KILLING TIME and BREAKDOWN, Aaron Bedard of BANE, Ev of MINDSET, Lee of EMPIRE OF RATS, and Richard Peterson (artist).  Also features record and zine reviews, a crossword puzzle, and more!

CABIN FEVER - ISSUE #2 ZINE
Brand new issue of this up-and-coming East coast fanzine. Issue #2 features interviews with WHITE LUNG, NASA SPACE UNIVERSE, SLUGZ, CY BARKLEY, and TUCAN (from Spain/interview printed in both Spanish and English). The majority of these interviews are done live and bring out the wild and weird personalities of the bands featured. Also includes some reviews and live shots. Very cool!

LIMITED READERSHIP - ISSUE #3 ZINE
Newest (and longest yet) issue of this great UK zine at the forefront of current HC/punk coverage. This issue features interviews with GLAM, THE LOWEST FORM, GUN OUTFIT, and RATIONAL ANIMALS. Also includes features such as: "Art of the Hardcore Comp", "A History of The Ramones Through Their Album Covers", the return of "Limited Viewership", and TONS of additional writing and features on groups like Agnostic Front, Spacemen 3, Poison Idea, Black Flag, Cro-Mags, Amdi Petersen's Arme + 6 pages of reviews!! 44 pages of content not to be missed.  This is the US edition printed by Feel It with lo-gloss cardstock covers

DISTORT - ISSUE #38 ZINE
Newest issue of DISTORT, #38 is fourteen pages of editorial writing on: Mugger / Ilegal / CCR / Rule of Thirds / Peste / Absurdo / Holy Terror (Gehenna / Catharsis / Inside Front) / Ausmuteants / Discipline Mag / Low Life / Peacebreakers plus a Booji boy center spread. Ace!  This is the US edition printed by Feel It with RED covers.

RESTOCKS 9.14.12

RESTOCKS
BUKKAKE BOYS "2ND" 7"
CHEEKY "CHOKE ON A CHEESEBURGER" 7"
COPS "PREMONITIONS" 7"
DAWN OF HUMANS "BLURST OF THE BIRDFISH" 7"
FOREIGN OBJECTS "A KIND OF LIFE" 7"
GG KING "JOYLESS MASTURBATION" 7"
IMPALERS "S/T" 7"
INSURGENTS "FAD CASH" 7"
LIFE TRAP "BLEAK REALITY" 7"
NEON CHRIST "PARENTAL SUPPRESSION" 7"
NOOSE "THE WAR OF ALL AGAINST ALL" 7"
NUCLEAR FAMILY "S/T" 7"
SKVLT "S/T" 7"
TERRIBLE FEELINGS "IMPENDING DOOM" 7"
TOTAL WRECK "2ND EP" 7"
URBAN BLIGHT "TOTAL WAR" 7"
WHITE LUNG "ATLANTA" 7"
WYMYNS PRYSYN "S/T" 7"

CHEEKY "WHAT THE HECK" LP
CRAZY SPIRIT "S/T" LP
CREEM "S/T" LP
DOUBLE NEGATIVE "DAYDREAMNATION" LP
KIM PHUC "COPSUCKER" LP
HANK WOOD AND THE HAMMERHEADS "GO HOME" LP
LIBYANS "A COMMON PLACE" LP
NO PROBLEM "AND NOW THIS" LP
RATIONAL ANIMALS "BOCK ROCK PARADE" LP
REGULATIONS "TO BE ME" LP
WALLS "THE FUTURE IS WIDE OPEN" LP
WHITE LUNG "IT'S THE EVIL" LP

BARGE - DEMO TAPE
CRIATURAS - DEMO TAPE
VIOLENT OUTBURST - DEMO TAPE

COUNTERFEIT GARBAGE - ISSUE #8
DISTORT - ISSUE #37

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