Agent Orange - Bloodstains Colored Vinyl LP
Agent Orange Bloodstains Colored Vinyl LP
ORANGE vinyl pressing of this greatest hits compilation from the true originators of the West Coast surf/punk scene, Agent Orange!
Includes all of the band's best loved compositions such as "Bloodstains," "Bite The Hand That Feeds," "Everything Turns Grey," "I Kill Spies" and many more!
The power trio's original lineup was Mike Palm on guitar and vocals, Steve Soto on bass, and Scott Miller on drums.
They first gained attention for their song "Bloodstains," originally appearing on their self-released debut 7" EP in 1980. A demo version of the song was given to Rodney Bingenheimer, a DJ at Pasadena radio station KROQ-FM, who placed it on his seminal 1980 compilation album, Rodney on the ROQ, on Posh Boy Records.
With James Levesque on bass (replacing Soto, who left to form the Adolescents), the group recorded their debut Living In Darkness album with Brian Elliot, best known for composing Madonna’s hit "Papa Don’t Preach." The record was released by Posh Boy in November 1981 and included another, newer version of "Bloodstains" (later used in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4). A 12" EP, Bitchin' Summer, followed in 1982 on Posh Boy.
Agent Orange Bloodstains Track Listing:
1. It's All a Blur
2. Say It Isn't True
4. Wouldn't Last a Day
5. Everything Turns Grey
6. Message from the Underworld
7. El Dorado
8. Tearing Me Apart
9. Cry for Help in a World Gone Mad
10. I Kill Spies
12. What's the Combination?
13. Bite the Hand That Feeds (Instrumental)
14. Seek and Destroy
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