The Consumers ‎– All My Friends Are Dead

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NWpunx

NWpunx

July 22, 2017
referencing All My Friends Are Dead, LP, Album, Ltd, ITR 029
Such killer early punk rock. x x x x x x
me4sure

me4sure

July 10, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
referencing All My Friends Are Dead, LP, Album, RE, Gat, ITR 029
unbelievably great!! punk at its best.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! early us hardcore……………………. love it
dgromfin

dgromfin

October 28, 2012
referencing All My Friends Are Dead, LP, Album, RE, Gat, ITR 029
Remastered, far superior over the original edition.
uncommon

uncommon

April 10, 2012
referencing All My Friends Are Dead, LP, Album, RE, Gat, ITR 029

The first 200 copies were pressed on White Vinyl (only available from In The Red Rec. mailorder)
benadDicted

benadDicted

April 6, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing All My Friends Are Dead, LP, Album, RE, Gat, ITR 029

My all-time favorite Punk record. Pure Energy. 11 songs with a running time under 20 minutes. Simply a perfect record. What more shall I say?
dgromfin

dgromfin

April 27, 2009
referencing All My Friends Are Dead, LP, Album, Ltd, ITR 029
It is long rumored that this LP (which was recorded in 1978) was originally going to be released by Dangerhouse, but the label declined to release it after the Consumers broke up on stage at the Whisky-a-Go-Go when singer David Wiley stormed off the stage. Many of the songs were later reworked into classic 45 Grave songs (including Anti, Anti, Anti; Consumers; Concerned Citizen; Dream Hits), as the two bands shared the talented guitarist Paul B. Cutler.