Catalogo - Rockin’ At Ground Zero

The Gears

Rockin’ At Ground Zero


View cart

18,00

Munster

The Gears

Rockin’ At Ground Zero


SKU: MR 385  | 

Classic 1978 album by Los Angeles punk heroes The Gears represents some of the era’s best music. Rockin’ At Ground Zero is a raucous document of this underappreciated, still active band, influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with. Presented in facsimile artwork and pressed on 180g vinyl.

Los Angeles’ late 1970s punk rock didn’t enjoy the same recognition as the New York and London scenes, and many great LA bands couldn’t sniff out major label deals. The Gears’ 1978 album Rockin’ At Ground Zero was one of the very best of the new DIY punk rock indie releases. With powerhouse vocalist Axxel G Reese, the high impact guitar of Kidd Spike, bassist Brian Redz and the late, great Dave Drive on drums, The Gears roared out hard hitting, irresistible songs with a driving energy wrenched from the gut of Los Angeles. Influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with, The Gears’ peerless songs are fraught with classic themes – adolescent anxiety (‘Teenage Brain’), restlessness (‘Keep Movin”), desperate romance (‘Baby Runaround’, ‘High School Girls’) and defiantly rockin’ through the end of the world (‘The Last Chord’ and ‘Rockin’ At Ground Zero’). This record captures one of the most underrated, highest quality groups of the era – a solid, classic set of pure Los Angeles punk & roll.

The Gears are one of the most underrated, highest quality groups from the late 70s Los Angeles punk rock scene.

View cart

18,00

Munster

Classic 1978 album by Los Angeles punk heroes The Gears represents some of the era’s best music. Rockin’ At Ground Zero is a raucous document of this underappreciated, still active band, influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with. Presented in facsimile artwork and pressed on 180g vinyl.

Los Angeles’ late 1970s punk rock didn’t enjoy the same recognition as the New York and London scenes, and many great LA bands couldn’t sniff out major label deals. The Gears’ 1978 album Rockin’ At Ground Zero was one of the very best of the new DIY punk rock indie releases. With powerhouse vocalist Axxel G Reese, the high impact guitar of Kidd Spike, bassist Brian Redz and the late, great Dave Drive on drums, The Gears roared out hard hitting, irresistible songs with a driving energy wrenched from the gut of Los Angeles. Influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with, The Gears’ peerless songs are fraught with classic themes – adolescent anxiety (‘Teenage Brain’), restlessness (‘Keep Movin”), desperate romance (‘Baby Runaround’, ‘High School Girls’) and defiantly rockin’ through the end of the world (‘The Last Chord’ and ‘Rockin’ At Ground Zero’). This record captures one of the most underrated, highest quality groups of the era – a solid, classic set of pure Los Angeles punk & roll.

Productos relacionados


View cart

18,00

Munster

Rockin’ At Ground Zero

SKU: MR 385  | 

Classic 1978 album by Los Angeles punk heroes The Gears represents some of the era’s best music. Rockin’ At Ground Zero is a raucous document of this underappreciated, still active band, influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with. Presented in facsimile artwork and pressed on 180g vinyl.

Los Angeles’ late 1970s punk rock didn’t enjoy the same recognition as the New York and London scenes, and many great LA bands couldn’t sniff out major label deals. The Gears’ 1978 album Rockin’ At Ground Zero was one of the very best of the new DIY punk rock indie releases. With powerhouse vocalist Axxel G Reese, the high impact guitar of Kidd Spike, bassist Brian Redz and the late, great Dave Drive on drums, The Gears roared out hard hitting, irresistible songs with a driving energy wrenched from the gut of Los Angeles. Influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with, The Gears’ peerless songs are fraught with classic themes – adolescent anxiety (‘Teenage Brain’), restlessness (‘Keep Movin”), desperate romance (‘Baby Runaround’, ‘High School Girls’) and defiantly rockin’ through the end of the world (‘The Last Chord’ and ‘Rockin’ At Ground Zero’). This record captures one of the most underrated, highest quality groups of the era – a solid, classic set of pure Los Angeles punk & roll.


View cart

18,00

Munster

The Gears

Rockin’ At Ground Zero

SKU: MR 385  | 

Classic 1978 album by Los Angeles punk heroes The Gears represents some of the era’s best music. Rockin’ At Ground Zero is a raucous document of this underappreciated, still active band, influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with. Presented in facsimile artwork and pressed on 180g vinyl.

Los Angeles’ late 1970s punk rock didn’t enjoy the same recognition as the New York and London scenes, and many great LA bands couldn’t sniff out major label deals. The Gears’ 1978 album Rockin’ At Ground Zero was one of the very best of the new DIY punk rock indie releases. With powerhouse vocalist Axxel G Reese, the high impact guitar of Kidd Spike, bassist Brian Redz and the late, great Dave Drive on drums, The Gears roared out hard hitting, irresistible songs with a driving energy wrenched from the gut of Los Angeles. Influenced equally by the Sex Pistols and the old school rock & roll they grew up with, The Gears’ peerless songs are fraught with classic themes – adolescent anxiety (‘Teenage Brain’), restlessness (‘Keep Movin”), desperate romance (‘Baby Runaround’, ‘High School Girls’) and defiantly rockin’ through the end of the world (‘The Last Chord’ and ‘Rockin’ At Ground Zero’). This record captures one of the most underrated, highest quality groups of the era – a solid, classic set of pure Los Angeles punk & roll.

Productos relacionados