Tuesday, November 15, 2011


The first in a series of Poison Idea reissues is out now on TKO Records. "Darby Crash Rides Again: The Early Years" compiles early demo sessions, live radio sets, and outtakes to bring you 29 remastered tracks from the brutal beginnings of Portland's finest. This LP includes the complete Boner's Kitchen Demo from 1981, the infamous Darby Crash Demo from 1982, a live set on KBOO from 1983, and outtakes from the "Record Collectors Are Pretentious Assholes" session from 1984. It comes housed in a gatefold sleeve with never before seen photos and flyers from some of the band's earliest shows and liner notes written by Portland musician Mark Sten. 200 copies have been pressed on blue vinyl and are going fast! A digital download of the whole album is also included and you get this all for the modest retail price of $15.99. Come on down and see one for yourself or visit our webstore to get this essential document of hardcore history.

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