Info from "People On Glass Buildings Shouldn't Throw Sculptures! The Lost Ford Tapes: A Grand Rapids Music Sampler":

Formed in 1979, Infections became West Michigan's pioneering indie/punk band. They quickly amassed a following with their volatile live shows, which often left venues looking like war zones. Their summer of 1981 single, "I'm Not Funny", became a local number-one seller. By 1982 the band had opted for a more "serious" musical approach and, later that year, ground to a halt. After a three-year layoff The Infections returned with a new lineup and the 1986 LP "Sub-Rosa". A follow-up album was recorded but never released. Since then the band has opened for several major names, appeared on a College Music Journal compilation CD, and is presently working on a new album due for a 1991 release. A new live line-up will also be appearing.



BP2001 Infections - Sub-Rosa album art Infections Sub-Rosa(LP, Album) Not On Label BP2001 US 1986 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

000 Infections - Girls In Magazines / I'm Not Funny album art Infections Girls In Magazines / I'm Not Funny(7", Single) Infections 000 US 1981 Sell This Version