THE FREEZE "Land Of The Lost" LP Orange Vinyl (Import)


Formed in Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1978 by longstanding friends Clif Hanger
on vocals and Rob DeCradle on rhythm guitar. Debut single “I Hate Tourists” saw Hanger and DeCradle joined by bassist Rick Andrews, with Kevin Vicha on “drums noise,” Papa Verjen on “lead guitar noise” and Scott Woodless on “synthesizer noise.” Subsequent EP “Guilty Face,” issued by Boston’s Modern Method Records in 1983, saw Hanger, DeCradle and Andrews working with guitarist Bill “Lunchmeat” Close and drummer Lou Cataldo, and by the time that the group was preparing the debut album, Land Of The Lost, released by Modern Method the same year, the line-up had solidified with Andrews replaced by Ron Cormier, who co-wrote “No Exposure” and “Pig Hunt.” Most of the LP’s tracks are standard hardcore, but songs like “Food Lava” and “Nazi Fun” display more schizoid leanings, beginning as slow jazz jams before shifting to double-hardcore timing; “Duh Family” and “American Town” parody idealised visions of small-town America. One of the most criminally underrated American 80's punk classics back on vinyl. Limited Orange Vinyl. Import. Reissue. This LP is NOT Sealed.

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  • Model: LP
  • Shipping Weight: 0.57lbs
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  • Manufactured by: Radiation

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 06 January, 2021.

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