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MAD PARADE:
Bombs and the Bible: CD
Well, it looks like another lineup change has taken place, with Ron out again and new guy Paul taking over bass duties. Musically, they continue along on the same path they’ve always trod upon, namely older English punk influences crossed with early ‘80s LA sensibilities. If it ain’t broke, why fix it, I guess. Included here is a tasty cover of the Boomtown Rats’ “I Don’t Like Mondays,” as well as fourteen other tracks that stand up well against their “classic” material. Seeing as I’ve considered myself a Mad Parade fan since my band Six Gun Justice played with ’em at the Cathay on a “dollar night” bill back in 1983, and have remained so through many years and many shared bills since, I can say that I’m mighty satisfied with what’s coming outta my speakers right now. –jimmy (Dr. Strange)


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·GOOCH PALMS
·BOMBÓN
·#324 with Jeff Proctor and Joe Dana
·ARRIVALS, THE
·GENOCIDE PACT
·PSYCHED TO DIE
·VENUS
·UTAH JAZZ
·XTRA VOMIT / TROPIEZO


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