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Victims Family - Voltage And Violets - Punk LP

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Victims Family - Voltage And Violets

Label: Mordam Records
Catalog#: MDR 3
Format: Vinyl, LP
Record VG++
Cover slight wear ( see our pic)

Country: US
Released: 1986
Genre: Rock
Style: Hardcore, Punk, Jazz-Rock, Heavy Metal


Side V

A1 Sir Onslaught
A2 File Cabinet
A3 Out Of Hand
A4 The Only Way
A5 George Benson
A6 Times Beach
A7 Homophobia
A8 Whatever
A9 Buffalo
A10 Abuse

Side F

B1 God, Jerry, & The P.M.R.C.
B2 Song X
B3 Lock Of Interest
B4 Balderdash
B5 Junkie
B6 Friends
B7 Work
B8 Human Guinea Pigs
B9 World Of Hate
B10 Devon Drool

Bass - Larry Boothroyd
Drums - Devon VrMeer
Engineer - John Cuniberti
Producer - Ruth Schwartz
Producer, Words By, Music By - Victims Family
Vocals, Guitar - Ralph Spight
© ℗ Mordam Records 1986.
Engineered for Laughing Boy Productions.
© Victims Family 1986.
License pressing by de Konkurrel, Amsterdam.

Victims Family is a punk band formed in 1984 in Santa Rosa, California by bassist Larry Boothroyd and guitarist and vocalist Ralph Spight. Drummer Devon VrMeer completed the trio. Their sound blended punk, heavy metal and jazz, making them difficult to categorize into a single genre. Allmusic says, "since its inception, the trio has refused to be pigeonholed to any single musical style — incorporating elements of hardcore punk, jazz, funk, hard rock, and noise into its challenging sound." They were known as one of the most musically diverse bands in the San Francisco, California underground music scene. Over the years, Victims Family went through four drummers and two breakups. Their name was taken by a piece by cartoonist B. Kliban

In 1984, Victims Family played their first show at the Kennilworth Recreation Center in Petaluma, California, where they later opened for Faith No More and Suicidal Tendencies. Summer of '85 the band did their first U.S. tour which they booked themselves by mailing out a cassette demo. They played with NOFX in Albuquerque and challenged Tales of Terror to a drinking contest in Dallas. Also this year they opened for the Dead Kennedys, Descendents and Social Unrest at the Novato Theater, where they first caught the attention ofJello Biafra. In 1986, they opened for the Butthole Surfers and Camper Van Beethoven at Mabuhay Gardens in San Francisco. At this time they recorded their first album, Voltage and Violets, for Ruth Schwartz's Mordam Records, and regularly played The Farm and Club Foot in San Francisco. 1986 was also the year they played a pizza parlor in Oakland with Nomeansno, beginning a long friendship between the two bands. In 1987, they barely completed a tour of the United States and missed their dates in Canada after being banned from that country for one year. Highlights included playing with Capitol Punishment in Fresno and Scratch Acid in Dallas. Things I Hate To Admit was recorded in 1988 at Prairie Sun Studio in Cotati, California. 1988 was also the beginning of their friendship with Primus, whom they would share the stage with many times in the years to follow...

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