NYC’s False Prophets live from the Kennel Club in 86. For New York bands in the late 8O’s I personally was a bigger fan of the weirdo, more experimental bands like the Prophets, A.P.P.L.E. and my favorite Alice Donut.
This show was after their 2nd album Implosion was out but it seems like a good mix off that album and their self titled 1st LP.
After a bunch of Philadelphia bands my friend Bill Rude (the Koosmans, Rotgut, Stinkbomben, Tons of Nuns, Rear Admiral) was in a band based out of NYC called Bad Ronald (along with other Tons of Nuns, Stinkbomben, Rear Admiral member Brian Sussman on bass) which was called “One of the greatest NYC bands that nobody knows but which everyone should know! – by Tony Autoharp Arena.
Recently they released an album that had not been released before as a benefit for Bob A. Lingus who had passed away.
“A year ago today our lives changed forever when we lost Bob. Giorgio and Brian had this pressed as a tribute to Bob, with all proceeds going to his children. Special thanks to Simona Prives for making the record look great and Deborah Suchman Zeolla for the great photos within, and Ellen Rosenholtz for taking these photos.”
“So here you go, 19 years after it was recorded. You can get this, plus this fabulous t-shirt, and in case you missed it the first time (apparently you did!) our two 7″s from the nineties right here at badronaldnyc.com
Please go check it out and if you can help out by buying some Bad Ronald music or shirts you won’t regret it.
D Generation was a Glam/Punk/Rock band originally around from 1991-1999 Jesse Malin is the singer who is now a well known solo artist. Jesse and guitarist Danny Sage were in the New York Hardcore band Heart Attack who released a couple of records in the early 1980s. The bass player was Howie Pyro who in 1978-79 was in a New York Punk band called The Blessed.(with the late Walter Lure) and Michael Wildwood on drums
Here are three live tapes from the mid-90s from Barbary, Dobbs & Khyber.
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II
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