Tuesday, March 21, 2017

EARTH QUAKE - Rocking The World Live LP 75 w st LP 76 w Leveled LP 77 w Two Years In A Padded Cell LP 79

REPOST Request:  Great band from the Bezerkley label!
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jim kosmicki said...

I always confuse this band with Y & T in my memory - didn't Y & T have an album named Earthquake or something like that? I'm always up for anything from Beserkley.

Ted L. said...

Thank you! Great band. These albums sound amazing!

Viacomclosedmedown on youtube said...

Sorry Jim, I swore off all hair metal bands, you know post NWOBHM back in the eighties as I bought every new hardcore punk record I could afford on my bus trips downtown to Block E where all the hookers and drug pushers hung out along Hennipen Avenue. It started when I exited the RCA record club and veered away from AOR radio all the time with all the great community radio we had at KFAI such as the MRR weekend punk show. But yes, Ted and Jim, glad you see this stuff like I do as I am also a 4th grade rollerskater who was in dead center of a midwest USA power pop mini scene with bands like Earth Quake, Pezband, the Hawks, the Kind, the Rollers etc. but yeah that's why knowing my original sponsor record stores called Cheapo in Mpls. and St. Paul also have a little known third shop on University called "Land Fill Records" with $1 beat-up records on their way literally to a land fill next. Why my heart is into preserving these records because the really cool ones are the hardest to find! (unfortunately for us right but makes sense in the big picture). Guess you could say as one commentor put it to me, thanks for supporting the 1978 U.S. scene bands and I can't help this as I listened to the radio constantly since early early on and consequently WAS a part of the '78 scene but also chose my scene later with punk and new wave at First Ave. club shows.