Crossed Out ‎– Crossed Out

Slap A Ham Records ‎– #9
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM


Stumpbaby Side
A1 Internal
A2 He-Man
A3 Fraud
A4 Locked In
Tall Side
B1 Crown Of Thorns
B2 Force Of Habit
B3 Crutch

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Recorded on September 28th, 1991 @ 8.
Printed lyric insert included.
Folded sleeve.

Pressing info:
1 unique press of 1000 copies. Huge gaps between the songs. That's also the trademark to recognize an original copy.
Bootlegs don't have the soundgaps.

Processed (Plating/Metalwork) at Greg Lee Processing based on the L-38955 & L-38955-X etchings (entered under 'Mastered At' temporarily for now).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SLAP A HAM - 9 - A L-38955
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SLAP A HAM # 9 - B L-38955-X

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September 19, 2011
just found this in the web:

Review by: Jeb
(This review originally appears right here in The Crass Menagerie #100)

This 7" and the NO COMMENT 7" may be the pinnacles of the early Slap A Ham
years. What amazes me most about CROSSED OUT is how well they age. I seem
to like them more and more every time I listen to them. As impressive and
powerful as this was at the time of its release, I think it is even more
impactful today. While much of the early grindcore sounds a bit dated now
(think TERRORIZER), this sounds better than ever. CROSSED OUT were the most
severe of all the early pioneers of power violence and might even be
considered as America’s answer to NAPALM DEATH.