Accüsed* ‎– Martha Splatterhead

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Condar Records ‎– none
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Recorded at Reciprocal, Seattle on 8/10-11/84
Re-mixed December 1984.
Sleeve comes as two photocopied sheets with thanklist at the back of front cover.
Lyric insert included.
500 copies pressed.
All tracks later re-released on "The Return Of... Martha Splatterhead" 1986 LP on Subcore Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): L-20053 ACCUSED CAL-056-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): L-20053-X ACCUSED CAL-057-2

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UNRESTLP042 Accüsed* Martha Splatterhead(12", EP, RE) Unrest Records UNRESTLP042 Canada 2014 Sell This Version
UNRESTLP042 Accüsed* Martha Splatterhead(12", EP, RE, Whi) Unrest Records UNRESTLP042 Canada 2014 Sell This Version
UNRESTLP042 Accüsed* Martha Splatterhead(12", EP, RE, Cle) Unrest Records UNRESTLP042 Canada 2014 Sell This Version

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agent0-m

agent0-m

August 15, 2017
actually 500 original pressing of this ep. only about 400 made there way to distribution. simple paper cover was done to mimic the first release by the mentors. some came with a variety of inserts. we had the lyrics translated into japanese. there is only one cover for this record. yes some did get copied on a harder stock. the rest of the covers were printed by a friend who had late night access to a copy machine
heavycheck57

heavycheck57

January 3, 2016
Incredible, manic, killer punk metal thrash hybrid. One of the greatest Pacific Northwest recordings ever issued. Equal to Poison Idea, the Sonics, AIC, and so many other bands from that area of the U.S. If you were fortunate enough to see this incarnation play, especially on a bill with their pals Poison Idea, you witnessed godhead. About the vinyl itself: There are two pressings on Condar label. The back cover is the only difference between the two pressings, including run-out groove inscription-they are the same on both pressings. The photo shown on this site is the first pressing. The format on the back cover of the second press is the same, but the photos are different. Tommy spitting beer photo and Chewy flying high photo is a first press cover. An incredibly rare record, no matter the pressing. First press is approximately 200 copies, the second pressing is 300 copies. Both issued the same year, with about 6 months between issues. All this info came from Chewy Batterman, who told me this in 1984-85. Oh yeah, there are a couple of first pressings with a hard stock cover. A couple. Like, less than 10. All others have sheet paper front and back as a 'cover'.