Sunday, February 6, 2011

30 Amp Fuse - Self Titled 7"




ARTIST - 30 Amp Fuse
TITLE - 30 Amp Fuse
LABEL - The Arena Rock Recording Company
CATALOG - AR003
YEAR - 1996/1997?
PRESSING INFO - Gray marble vinyl

I just recently picked up this LP on my annual trip to Philadelphia for CZW Cage of Death. I believe I bought this from Repo Records, and for only $3.99. I was pleasently surprised when I drop the needle on this record. I was expecting a more polished power pop sound, as was the case with Wind Up. However this has a harsher more pop punk sound to it.

This seems pretty hard to find, but not impossible. I'm not sure how many were pressed but It seems it was only pressed on gray marble. The zip file contains scans of the inserts, as well as all 3 tracks!

TRACK LISTING
A1. Whatever It Was
B1. Stereogram
B2. A Good Flying Bird

http://www.mediafire.com/?647x84vjd275ea7

5 comments:

Linda said...

Thanks for this. Loved wind up from your previous post. Keep up the excellent blog.

Posi Jeff The Record Guy said...

I plan on keeping this blog alive for a long time. I've just been really busy with things lately. Thanks for stopping by!

thepsychicpilot said...

Thanks for this. A nice Tobin Sprout/Guided by Voices cover on the b-side, too.

German said...

Hi!

Thanks for the album, i've listening to 30 Amp Fuse in a regular base lately, so i'm looking forward on listening to this one. I'm a HUGE 90's pop-punk fan as well, and one band I've been looking DESPERATELY for a long long time and i just cant find anywhere is FIVE FOOT NOTHING from Canada, and their album "Pretty Nuclear" released by the almighty Boss Tuneage Records, but originally released in 1990. So I thought that maybe you could have this one, or maybe you could have a clue who could have this record. It would be awesome if you could help me in any way. Thanks

Ryan said...

Thanks for posting this! I've never listened to 30 Amp Fuse before, but I really dig this album. Your blog has introduced me to a lot of artists that I never knew existed. Keep up the good work!