Big Boys "No Matter How Long The Line Is At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat!" LP

Big Boys "No Matter How Long The Line Is At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat!" LP

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Limited vinyl LP repressing of this 1984 release. Born in the creative cesspool of late 1970s Austin, Texas - the same scene that spawned Scratch Acid, the Dicks, and MDC - the Big Boys stood out with their mix of Hardcore Punk and Funk that ventured far beyond the usual post-punk angularities and hardcore machismo. With features in the earliest issues of Thrasher Magazine and coveted spots on their influential Skate Rock tape comps, Big Boys were the first band to be labeled Skate Rock.

Original album art expanded to a gatefold "tip-on" jacket Interior gatefold jacket features an unpublished 1984 photo of the band's last concert by photographer Pat Blashill.

Tracks:

A1     No     
A2     Narrow View     
A3     I Do Care     
A4     Listen     
A5     What's The Word?     
B1     Common Beat     
B2     No Love     
B3     Which Way To Go     
B4     Killing Time     
B5     Work