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Boys From Nowhere/Two Hour Trip

Cat. # DPAA01/DPAA02 (U-25765)
Format 7" at 45 RPM; large hole, black label/silver lettering, Datapanik logo in old computer font
Date No date listed on vinyl or cover
Pressing Edition of 650, numbered inside sleeve in red or blue pen, or red or black stamped numbers. Unnumbered copies exist. Also reportedly 25 numbered promos, presumably included in the 650 total.
Cover black ink on white paper, colored paper also exists on extremely low numbered copies (#9 is yellow, #s 13 and 15 are blue, but by #21 they are white), printed on inside, most copies with fold at bottom of artwork but some are folded on top (mostly low numbers only, as #s 9/15/21 are like this, but also #385), no insert
Side A Boys From Nowhere "Rocket to Nowhere" (2:54)
(Mike Rep and the Quotas cover)

J. McNeil - Guitar
J. Maples - bass
J. Bernardo - drums
Mick Divvins - guitar/vocals

Side B Two Hour Trip "Dear Richard"
(Peter Laughner cover)

Mark Spurgeon - guitar/vocals
Dan Spurgeon - guitar/vocals
Eric Barth - bass
Stephen Hanula - drums

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MUSICOL 104955 DPAA01 SIDE 1 2STEP
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MUSICOL 104956 DPAA02 SIDE 2 2STEP
Promo 25 numbered copies. Some pre-release copies (or maybe just a single copy) given out by Craig Regala are not numbered, have a white sleeve with no printing on the inside, and the Two Hour Trip side of the cover has the "Dear Richard" title placed horizontally, instead of diagonally

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Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments/Monster Truck Five

Cat. # DPA A03/DPA A05 (U-26976)
Format 7" at 33/45 RPM, small hole, black label/silver lettering, Datapanik logo in Times-style font
Date 1990
Pressing Numbered (on inner sleeve) edition of 700 (including first 100 on yellow vinyl, some black vinyl copies without numbering exist, some copies are numbered out of 800 which may or may not be part of a bootleg edition that is rumored to exist.)
Cover black ink on white paper, printed on inside, no insert, MT5 photo on inside is a positive image on most covers, but is reported to be a negative on a few (#8 and #108 have it, but many in-between do not).
Side In
(TJSA side)
"Bottle Island"
"Unholy Trophy"

Bob Petric - guitar
Keith Baker - bass
Nora Malone - drums
Ron House - vocal
recorded by Elliot Dicks
produced by Slaves

Side Out
(MT5 side)
"It's Come to This"
"Stonefinger"
"Piece of Work"
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105012 LIVE FROM LARRY'S LADIES ROOM --> 33 1/3 RPM
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105011 DRAC-PAK 005 45 RPM

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Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments - Career Interruption Code EP

Cat. # 004 (U-29139)
Format 7" at 33 RPM; small hole, white label/black lettering, Datapanik logo in block letters
Date 1991
Pressing Edition of 1000 (including 300 on red vinyl)
Cover black ink on white paper (appears as white letters on black background), not printed on inside, no insert
Side One "Please Hear My Plea"
"Tornado"
Side Two "Spasm of Morality"
"Up For Two Days"
Lineup Ron House - vocals
Bob Petric - guitar
Keith Baker - bass
Nora Malone - drums
Credits Recorded by Violet Taylor
Produced by Mike Hummel (Amrep)
executive produced by Steve Hesske
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CC005A HESSKE'S FAULT
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CC005B ANOTHER BLACK LABEL HEATHER

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Girly Machine/Pica Huss

Cat. # DPAA07/DPAA09 (U-27913) or 003 (according to "fetish" sleeve)
Format 7" at 33/45RPM; small hole, black label/silver lettering, Datapanik logo in block letters
Date No date listed on vinyl or cover
Pressing Edition of at least 725, probably 1000 total (including numbered edition of 625 on black vinyl and numbered edition of 100 on red vinyl, at least one copy exists numbered "not/100")
Cover black vinyl copies with either "logo" design (numbered of 625, black ink on either white, yellow, blue, or pink paper, printed both sides, with at least 2 different designs inside on the Pica Huss side), "fetish" design (see below, only seems to be low-numbered copies, as #s 18 and 27/625 have it, but #52 does not), or "breasts" design (unnumbered, black ink on pink paper, printed both sides, inside same as the "logo" design ion the Girly Machine side, but different for Pica Huss), red vinyl copies with "fetish" design (numbered in blue ink of 100, black ink on white paper, not printed on inside, short fold over with different thanks list) but at least one red copy in a "logo" cover has been spotted, no insert
Side 1 Girly Machine
"With You" (3:00)
"O.K." (2:58)

Dana Marshall - drums
Bob Petric - guitar
Jeff Plavcan - bass
Andy Spencer - vocals
Recorded direct to 2 track @ Thornapple Sound
engineered by Steve Carter

Side 2 Pica Huss
"Middle East Song" (2:48)

Craig "Big Dad" Dunson - guitar
Joe "Pica Huss" Dunson - bass
"Junebug Slave" - drums
Mark "Loopus" Farmiloe - vocal

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SIDE 1
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SIDE 2

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Big Red Sun - Compulsion/Faintest Clue

Cat. # DP009 (U-30275)
Format 7" at 45 RPM; large hole, black label/silver lettering, Datapanik logo in block letters
Date 1991
Pressing 700 total: numbered (on back cover) edition of 600 black vinyl plus numbered (on innersleeve or back cover) edition of 100 on red vinyl. More than 100 colored vinyl may exist, as there is a red vinyl copy numbered 101/100.
Cover black vinyl copies are black ink on white paper, red vinyl copies are on light green paper, both versions not printed on inside, no insert
Side A "Compusion" (4:10)
Side B "Faintest Clue" (3:18)
Lineup Pat McGann - drums
Dan Spurgeon - vocals/guitar
Jason Sturgis - bass
Credits Recorded by Doug Edwards at Musicol
Mixed by Big Red Sun and Stephen Haynes at Amerisound
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Musicol 105081 Compulsion Big Red Sun DATAPANIK
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MUSICOL 105082 Big Red Sun (Faintest Clue) DATAPANIK

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Gaunt cover

NBT 'Christ' sticker
NBT "Christ" sticker

Gaunt 'Coffee & Cigarettes' sticker
Gaunt "Coffee/Cigs" sticker

Gaunt 'But Not Forgotten' sticker
Gaunt "But Not..." sticker

Gaunt 'Spine' sticker
Gaunt "Spine" sticker

The New Bomb Turks/Gaunt - A Datapanik Split Single EP

Cat. # 007 (U-30354)
Format 7" at 33 RPM; small hole, black label/silver lettering, Datapanik logo in Times-style font
Date 1991
Pressing Edition of 700 (including 100 on yellow vinyl, most black vinyl copies are numbered of 600, all yellow copies seem to be marked "promo" in black felt-tip marker inside cover, black vinyl promos exist, low-numbered copies (such as #3) are marked with a fine-point black pen)
Cover black ink on white card stock, printed on inside, no insert except some copies have 1 or more black on white stickers: Gaunt "Coffee & Cigarettes", Gaunt 'But Not Forgotten', Gaunt 'Spine', 'NBT "Christ" and/or NBT "Man" design.
Gaunt Side "Volcano" (produced, mixed, and engineered by Jerry Wickowski; recorded on a Tascam Porta05)
"Valentine" (Produced and mixed by Jerry Wickowski, engineered by Dan "The Dan Man" Mesnard; recorded on a Yamaha 4 track

Eric Barth - bass
Jeff Regensburger- drums
Jerry Wick - guitar/vocals
Written and produced by Jerry Wick

Side Burns
(NBT Side)
"Tail Crush" (2:53)
"Out of My Mind" (1:36)

Jim Weber - guitar
Eric Davidson - vocals
Bill Randt - drums
Matt Reber - bass
Engineered by Robert Griffin December 23-24, 1990 at Beat Farm Cleveland, Ohio
lovingly re-fucked with by Mike Rep May 1, 1991 in some Stupid Fuckin' Hippies' basement
mastered May 21, 1991 Mus-I-Col with Mike & John

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DP0007 A HANDFULL OF PATIENCE IS WORTH MORE THAN A BUSHEL FULL OF BRAINS - GAUNT BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
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DP0007 TITS...YEA

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Greenhorn - The Progress/A Bit of Real Sadness

Cat. # DP010 (U-32142)
Format 7" at 45 RPM; large hole, black label/silver lettering, Datapanik logo in block letters
Date 1992
Pressing Numbered edition of 500 (including 100 on yellow vinyl, with at least one marked C/500 -- for "color"? -- and P/500 -- for "promo"?)
Cover black ink on white paper, not printed on inside, colored vinyl copies are hand-colored in crayon
Insert second cover inside the first, also black ink on white paper, not printed on inside
Side A "The Progress" (3:17)
Side B "A Bit of Real Sadness (4:08)
Lineup Pat McGann - drums
Steve McGann - bass
Dan Spurgeon - vocals/guitar
Mark Spurgeon - guitar
Credits Recorded by William 'Chip' Carter @ Mark & Dan's Place Jan. '92
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DATA PANIK 010 SIDEA -anybody seen Willy Small Fingers ?
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DATA PANIK 010 SIDEB mexican pizza, no meat, add sour cream, please mike.

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Gaunt - Fielder's Choice

Cat. # 013 (U-32172)
Format 7" at 45 RPM; small hole, white label/black lettering, Datapanik logo in block letters
Date 1992
Pressing Edition of 1000 (including 150 on red vinyl)
Cover most are black ink on off-white card stock, some are red-brown ink, not printed on inside
Insert black ink on white paper
Side One "Pollution" (Wick)
Side Two "Revolution" (Gaunt)
"Suzi" (Barth)
Lineup Jerry Wick - vocals/guitar
Jim Weber - guitar
Eric Barth - bass
Jeff Regensburger - drums
Credits Produced by Mike Rep
Music Arranged by Gaunt
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DATA PANIK 013 SIDEA PUNKS DON'T WEAR WATCHES
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DATA PANIK 013 SIDEB SLEEP WITH GAUNT
Promo some promo copies include a photocopied letter as an extra insert, some are marked "Promo." in red ballpoint pen on the back cover

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The New Bomb Turks - So Cool So Clean So Sparkling Clear "45"

Cat. # 14
Format 7" at 45 RPM; small hole, white label/purple lettering, Datapanik logo in block letters
Pressing Edition of 1000 (including 150 on green vinyl)
Cover black ink on white card stock, not printed on inside
Insert black ink on bright green, dull green, or pink paper & Datapanik catalog: black ink on white paper
Side A "Cryin' into the Beer of a Drunk Man"
"Just Head" (Nervous Eaters cover)
Side B "Let's Dress Up the Naked Truth"
"Do the Pop" (Radio Birdman cover)
Lineup Matt Reber - bass
Jim Weber - guitar
Bill Randt - drums
Eric Davidson - vocals
Credits Recorded on 6/14/92 by Joe Doherty (Fashionable Suicide Prod.) at his pad
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JAW MAN IS A DEAD MAN SIDE A DATA PANIK #14
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P.A.T. SUCKS SIDE B DATA PANIK 14 THANKS...NO THANKS
Reissue Dogmeat Records (Australia) DOG064 with New Bomb Turks logo in red on cover

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Blue - King Faggot Man

Cat. # DP14
Format 7" at 45 RPM; small hole, blue label/white lettering, regular Datapanik logo
Date 1993
Pressing Edition of 500 (all on blue vinyl except for ~30 on black)
Cover black ink on blue paper, not printed on inside
Insert black ink on white paper, printed on both sides
Side A "King Faggot Man"
"Long Faced Woman"
Side B "Do-Do"
"Hush Thruster"
"Ub Roy"
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#1 SIDE1 D.P. 14A
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DP14B #1 SIDE2 FROM THE BRIGHT HOPES TO THE BEATLES

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Girly Machine - 65 Seconds / Swamp Monster / Atmosfear

Cat. # DP15
Format 7" at 45 RPM; small hole, black label/white lettering, regular Datapanik logo
Date 1993
Pressing Edition of 500 (all on clear vinyl except for ~30 on black and ~5 mispressed on blue)
Cover black ink on fancy "marbled" off-white paper, not printed on inside
Insert black ink on white paper, printed on both sides
Side A "65 Seconds"
"Swamp Monster"
listed on label together as "58 Seconds Swamp"
Side B "Atmosfear"
Lineup Andy Spencer - vocals
Bob Petric - guitar
Jeff Plavcan - bass
Dana Marshall - drums
Credits Mastered/Recorded @ Diamond Mine Studios
engineered by Jeff Graham
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D.P. 15A #2 SIDE1 BITE THE SILVER BULLET
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D.P. 15B #2 SIDE2

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Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments - Can't Kill Stupid: The Free 12" to promote the 7"

Cat. # PRO-001
Format 12" at 45 RPM; white label with hand stamped "A", "B", and "45" in black ink
Date 1992
Pressing Edition of 300, promo only
Cover hand silkscreened cover by Eric Barth and Jeff Regensburger, most are blue/green ink with black lettering, but other variations exist such red/yellow , no insert
Side A "You Can't Kill Stupid"
"Behind Every Good Woman"
"Big Baby"
Side B "Emphasize"
"Edge Central"
"(I Can't Get No) Catharsis"
Lineup Ron House - vocals
Bob Petric - guitar
Keith Baker - bass
Nora Malone - drums
Bruce Saltmarsh - drums on "Catharsis"
Credits Executive produced by Greg Hall and Steve Hesske
Recorded by Jerry Wick at Cornhole Studios 12/11/91
"Catharsis" recorded by Jack at Staches 1/13/91
Mixed by Mike Hummel (Amrep) at The Annex
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DATA PANIK PRO-001 SIDE A STUPOR HIATUS LIVES!!
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PRO-001 DATA PANIK FREE RON HOUSE!! AMREP

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Various Artists - Bumped by Karaoke: Datapanik's Greatest Hits Vol. II ("Maximum leakage, three chords and a cloud a' dust...")

Cat. # CDPK002
Format CD
Date 1992 (CD dated 2/92 around bottom of inner ring)
Pressing Edition of 1000
Promo Early copies handed out by Craig Regala are stamped "DATAPANIK PROMO"
  1. Girly Machine "Cossack"
  2. -- "Gun"
  3. Pica Huss "Feel the Real"
  4. -- "What Comes Around Goes Around"
  5. Greenhorn "Sassafras Tea"
  6. -- "Dreamer"
  7. Blood Family "Poison Pill/Peanut Jones"
  8. Gaunt "I Believe (in None of This)"
  9. -- "She's Got It"
  10. -- "Song for Suzi"
  11. The Boy Scout Love Triangle "Ann"
  12. Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments "Overemphasize"
  13. -- "You Can't Kill Stupid"
  14. -- "Edge Central"
  15. The New Bomb Turks "Long Gone Sister"
  16. -- "Spinnin' Clock"
  17. -- "Sucker Punch"
  18. G-Spot Tornados "Bo Weevil"
  19. Stupid Fucking Hippie "The Circleville Pumpkin Festival Song"
  20. Mike Rep and the Quotas '91 "Creature with the Atom Brain"
  21. Appalachian Death Ride "Harvest Moon"
  22. Monster Truck Five "30 Shotwell"
  23. V3 "Adam Twelve"
  24. Shepard/Cicirella "Game of Sport"
  25. Warren's 'Message'

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Various Artists - Ubu Dance Party: A Tribute to Pere Ubu (38 Ohio Bands Pay Tribute to Cleveland's Legendary Pop Combo)

Cat. # DATACD 2
Format 2XCD
Date 1996 (actually released 2/97)
Credits Produced by Chad Van Wagner
Manufactured and distributed by Dutch East India Trading
CD1:
  1. Intro (not listed)
  2. Oxymorons "Honeymoon"
  3. Gary Lou Pico "We Have the Technology"
  4. Puff Tube "I Will Wait"
  5. Revellers "Heaven"
  6. Blue "30 Seconds Over Tokyo
  7. Cobra Verde "Chinese Radiation"
  8. Haynes Boys "Kathleen"
  9. Syrup "On the Surface"
  10. Vivians "Codex"
  11. Clay "George Had a Hat"
  12. Muzzle "Bus Called Happiness"
  13. Campfire Walkers "Modern Dance"
  14. Steamshovel "Caligari's Mirror"
  15. Sosumi "Humor Me"
  16. Flaming Telepath "Non Alignment Pact"
  17. Dock Ellis "Laughing"
  18. Supie T "Jones"
  19. Lord Burger "Final Solution (Slight Return)" (actually is just 15 seconds of silence)
CD2:
  1. Cage "Goodnight Irene"
  2. Wax Tadpole "Turpentine"
  3. Scrawl "Go"
  4. Rainy Day Saints "Heart of Darkness"
  5. Brainiac "Petrified"
  6. Skullbank "Streetwaves"
  7. Quazimodo "Non Alignment Pact"
  8. New Bomb Turks "Life Stinks"
  9. G-Spot Tornados "Come Home"
  10. Kaj Mi Nuka "New Broom"
  11. Creature "Heaven"
  12. Satellites "Real World"
  13. Ass Ponys "Not Happy"
  14. RC Mob "My Dark Ages"
  15. Pet UFO "Race the Sun"
  16. One Riot One Ranger "Cloud 149"
  17. Girly Machine "Misery Goats"
  18. Honk, Wail, and Moan "Thoughts Go By Steam"
  19. Gem "Blow Daddy-O"
  20. Gaunt "..." (actually is "Solution")

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Anyway Records
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Gaunt - Jim Motherfucker

Cat. # Anyway Stuff 001
Format 7" at 45 RMP; large hole, white label, "Anyway" stamped in red/purple ink, hand written "A" or "B" (or a variation such as "Jim A" and "B-for Billy") in black Sharpie marker.
Date No date listed on vinyl or cover
Pressing Edition of 500
Cover black ink on various colors paper (including light tan, blue, green, red, yellow, pinkish-orange, and lavender), not printed on inside, cover is 2 pieces instead of the usual fold-over
Insert black ink on white paper, printed on both sides, some copies contain black on yellow sticker
Side A "Jim Motherfucker"
Side B "Spine"
Lineup Jerry Wick - vocals/guitar
Jim Weber - guitar/backing vocals
Eric Barth - bass
Jeff Regensburger - drums
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ANYWAY #1(A) GO TRIBE
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ANYWAY #1(B) GO REDS
Promo package for this release featured "Jim Motherfucker" with hand-drawn/hand-written labels and innersleeve, the "Fielder's Choice" single, and a singles bag of Folger's coffee. Some promo copies may be marked with a circled "P" in ball-point pen on the upper-left corner of the front cover.
Reissue Get Hip GH-158 with full color cover and some on yellow vinyl

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Greenhorn - Conversations With Myself b/w Callous

Cat. # Anyway 003
Format 7"at 45 RPM; small hole, white label/blue lettering, "Anyway" stamped in blue ink
Date 1992
Pressing Edition of 500 (including 100 on colored vinyl)
Cover blank ink on white paper, not printed on inside
Insert black ink on folded white paper, not printed on both sides, some copies (colored vinyl only?) include "Equipped with Greenhorn Sparkplugs" sticker
Side 1 "Conversations With Myself"
Side 2 "Callous"
Lineup Pat McGann - drums
Steve McGann - bass
Dan Spurgeon - vocals/guitar
Mark Spurgeon - guitar
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MUSICOL 105113 SIDE A lean... mean... green ep
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MUSICOL 105114 SIDE B WE INHALE

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Various Artists - Cowtown E.P. Vol. 1

Cat. # Anyway 005
Format 7" at 45/33 RPM; small hole, orange label/yellow lettering, "Anyway" stamped in blue ink
Date 1992
Pressing Edition of 500 (including 100 on colored vinyl, yellow and probably other colors also exist)
Cover black ink on light tan paper, not printed on inside
Insert black ink on folded white paper, printed on both sides
Side 1 Gaunt "Sad Song"
Jerry Wick - vocals/guitar
Jovan Karcic - guitar
Eric Barth - bass
Jeff Regensburger - drums
Recorded @ Cornhole Studios / Produced by some dick

Belreve "Walk"
Matt Reber - guitar/vocals
Elizabeth Young - bass
Jenny Mullin - drums

Side 2 V-3 "Negotiate Nothing (Alt. Ver.)"

Greenhorn "Shell (Cow Version)"
Pat McGann - drums
Steve McGann - bass
Dan Spurgeon - vocals/guitar
Mark Spurgeon - guitar

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ANYWAY 005A COWTOWN #1 HAVIN' A BAL
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ANYWAY 005B 1992 MOO

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Various Artists - Shave the Baby: Datapanik's Greatest Hits: Volume 1

Label Engine (blackout!) Records
Cat. # VROOM-05
Format CD
Date 1993
Pressing Edition of 1000
  1. Two Hour Trip "Dear Richard"
  2. Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments "Bottle Island"
  3. -- "Unholy Trophy"
  4. Monster Truck Five "It's Come to This"
  5. -- "Stonefinger"
  6. -- "Piece of Work"
  7. Girly Machine "With You"
  8. -- "OK"
  9. Pica Huss "Middle East Song"
  10. Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments "Please Hear My Plea"
  11. -- "Tornado"
  12. -- "Spasm of Morality"
  13. -- "Up For Two Days"
  14. Big Red Sun "Compulsion"
  15. -- "Faintest Clue"
  16. The New Bomb Turks "Tail Crush"
  17. -- "Out of My Mind"
  18. Gaunt "Valentine"
  19. -- "Pollution"
  20. -- "Revolution"
  21. Greenhorn "The Progress"
  22. -- "A Bit of Real Sadness"
  23. Gaunt "Jim Motherfucker"
  24. Great Plains "CLE '75" (unlisted track)

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Various Artists - Sound of Poverty: Anyway Singles 92-93

Label Get Hip Recordings
Cat. # GH-1023CD
Format CD
Date 1994
  1. Gaunt "Jim Motherfucker"
  2. -- "Spine"
  3. Appalachican Death Ride "Firefly"
  4. -- "Drowning"
  5. Greenhorn "Conversations With Myself"
  6. -- "Callous"
  7. Monster Truck Five "Ain't Never Been"
  8. -- "Edge of Meigs"
  9. -- "Over the Floor / Out the Door"
  10. Gaunt "Sad Song"
  11. Belreve "Walk"
  12. V-3 "Negotiate Nothing"
  13. Greenhorn "Shell"
  14. Stupid Fuckin Hippie "Bladdernut"
  15. -- "Hurlwind"
  16. Bassholes "Hokey Pokey"
  17. Log "She's the One"
  18. Vibralux "Junk"
  19. New Bomb Turks "Pist"

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Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments - You Lookin' For Treble?

Label Year Xero
Cat. # 381
Format CD
Date October, 1997
Pressing approx. 1300, mastering errors will be fixed on any future pressings
Promo stamped "DATAPANIK PROMO" in red ink on back cover, packaged in a flat plastic sleeve
  1. Bottle Island
  2. Holy Moly (actually "Unholy Trophy")
  3. (conversation 10/89)
  4. Please Here My Plea
  5. Tornado
  6. Spasm of Morality
  7. Up For 2 Days
  8. Be Bop A Lula (vocal)
  9. Can't Kill Stupid
  10. Behind Every Good Woman
  11. Big Baby (mastered off a slow, scratchy record)
  12. We Don't Need To Do This
  13. Emphasize
  14. Edge Central
  15. Catharsis (mastered off a slow, scratchy record)
  16. Root Beer Float
  17. Five Year Plan
  18. Simone
  19. Turntable Battlefield
  20. No New York

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