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Bad Brains (also known as The Yellow Tape or Attitude: The ROIR Sessions) is the debut studio album recorded by American hardcore punk/reggae band Bad Brains. Recorded in 1981 and released on the cassette-only label ROIR on February 5, 1982, many fans refer to it as "The Yellow Tape" because of its yellow packaging, much in the way that the Beatles' self-titled record is often called "The White Album"
Gods of Love 7" w/ Hellmouth, Old Gods & Golden Torso (2014, Corpse Flower). Demonomaniacs 7" w/ Hellmouth, Old Gods & Golden Torso (2012, Dyspepsidisc). Chickenshit Conformists 7" w/ Hellmouth, Old Gods & Golden Torso (2012, Dyspepsidisc). Family Men 7" w/ Hellmouth, Old Gods & Golden Torso (2012, Bellyache). Split 7" w/ DD/MM/YYYY (2009, Wham City/Dyspepsidisc). Split 7" w/ Big Bear (2009, JNR). They released four full-length records in addition to a cassette tape and two split records. They expanded to a quartet, adding bassist Jesse Lyell in 2011, who was replaced by John Jones, late of local contemporaries Roomrunner, the next year.
EWF’s sixth album is make-out music of the gods. On Hole's breakthrough album, Courtney Love wants to be "the girl with the most cake," and she spends the whole album paying for it, in the melodic punk-rock anguish of "Miss World," "Softer, Softest" and "Doll Parts. Her husband Kurt Cobain's body was found just days before the album was released. 459. The Drifters, ‘Golden Hits’. By the early 1960s, the Drifters had evolved into the most suave soul group on the block.