Friday, April 24, 2009
ARTIST: Kerosene 454
TITLE: Intro / Down on Three
LABEL: Art Monk Construction
PRESSING INFO: Only pressed on black vinyl
Another released I picked up in the 50 cent room up at double decker in Allentown. I had heard Kerosene 454 on an old emo mixtape somebody made me. This record is out of print but its not all that hard to find. Since K454 arent a band that people go apeshit over in the collecting realm. Probably around 1000-2000 pressed.
B. Down on Three
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
TITLE: Disarming Violence
LABEL: Fast Music
I picked this release up at repo records in Philadelphia this past December. It was originally priced $7.99 but I ended up getting it in the $3 bin. It has a good mix of punk and hardcore and even a ska song thrown in for good measure. If you have the original CD, you can put it into your computer and it has a saves the day video and other pictures.
If you want the original, it should be easy to find on Amazon or Ebay. But first, check your local record store!
Sunday, April 19, 2009
TITLE: If There's A Will, There's Still Nothing
LABEL: Too Hep Records
CATALOG #: TH016
GENRE: Pop punk /emo
Lanemeyer was a staple in the New Jersey pop punk scene during its heyday in the late 90's. And they are one of my all time favorite bands. Number 3 behind Green Day and The Presidents.
I bought this off of ebay a few years ago when I heard "figure it out" on a comp (said comp will be posted in this blog!). They were on a lot of comps, and issued a 7", an EP and various demo tapes. This was their second release and their only full length besides the restrospective CD. I have some unreleased stuff that Ill post sometime. I stole this info from Wikipedia...
"Lanemeyer was formed in 1997. Taking their name from John Cusack's character (Lane Meyer) in the film Better Off Dead..., Lanemeyer were known for their humor and love of comedy. They broke up in 2001 after touring with bands such as The Lawrence Arms, Bigwig, River City High, Whippersnapper, and many more. After the breakup, several members continued to perform with other bands, such as The Forever Endeavor and Day At The Fair (Rushmore Records). Lanemeyer has reunited several times to play single shows, with varying member lineups."
Also, Brian from The Gaslight Anthem was the lead singer of Lanemeyer after Chris Barker left along with Mike Doyle.
1. For Britt
2. If There's a Will, There's Still Nothing
3. Where's My Letter
4. My Very Own Winnie Cooper
5. Another Lonely Winter
7. Grovers Corners, New Jersey
8. Long Letter Goodbye
9. Take 2
10. Broken Dream November