Limited Edition Fan Club release - only 250 available for our mailing list subscribers. For the first time in its entirety on vinyl - remixed and unedited, including a previously unreleased version of Scumfuc Tradition. Package includes new 8x10 promo, Scumfucs booze coaster, bumper sticker and release letter. Get yours now!
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Güs is searching for a few of the old homemade GG tapes if anyone has any leads! Specifically: Live Fast Die Fast, any of the Cedar St Sluts tapes, Win Some Lose Some and the Scumfucs tapes (Eat My Fuc, I Wanna Fuck Your Brains Out, I Wanna Rape You, King of Masterbation) etc.
Cold hard cash or killer trades available. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!!
Remastered from the original studio tapes by Güs Sissüm - this EP includes an alternate Dead or Alive, a far better produced Gimme Some Head with sharper vocals/leads/backup vocals, a previously unreleased 1982 interview clip from UNH as well as Occupation - unreleased because GG thought it was too much of a pop song for the Jabbers. The song was bootlegged and released previously at the wrong speed and with terrible audio quality. Comes with booklet full of info including the true story behind the GSH sessions and what happened as a result of them. Don't miss out on this one!
Recorded live at the Rathskellar Boston Massachusetts May 14 1980. One of the best live shows I've ever heard by GG Allin & the Jabbers!
Originally released on TPOS this has been liberated by the Jabbers & Blood Orange Records. It features a new / updated sleeve with corrected info & credits. There are only 250 of these left and they will not be pressed again so get them before they're gone forever! Hand numbered ______ of 250.
GG Allin & the Jabbers first studio album repackaged and reissued by Black & Blue records in 1989 with bonus content from each of the following EPs. There are only a few of these left from the 1989 pressing! These will go quickly off into obscurity. Don't lose out on this opportunity to own a 30 year old, new & unplayed piece of history!
The first Official GG Allin & the Jabbers - Blood Orange Records T-Shirt! Screenprinted on Gilden DryBlend 50/50 Tee. Conveyor baked for longevity. Very limited run of these suckers. In stock items typically mail 1-3 business days (usually the same or next business day).
In 1983 Peter Yarmouth created the very first GG Allin tee shirt on classic white & red ringer tee's. Super rare and long gone Peter & Güs decided to make a very limited edition run of Official Reproduction Public Animal #1 shirts. When they're gone they're gone!
In 1982 when the new You Hate Me & I Hate You record came out, the band was again surprised to see the front cover mentioned GG Allin only... Alan Chapple ran off a few sheets of and The Jabbers stickers at the local print shop and made GG add them to roughly 200 of the record covers. With GG gone and the Jabbers still keeping it alive, it's a statement with many connotations!
Showing GG Allin & the Jabbers more pop roots and the graphicly intense material for which he was Public Animal #1. Orignally released as the Public Animal #1 EP and also known as GG Allin's Biggest Tits this is the one fans love the most! Bonus interview included.
Signed by Alan Chapple, Rob Basso, Zark Spleen, Chris Lamy & Steve L it's unlikely there are more of these anywhere else on the planet.
Recorded live at the LIving Room Providence RI May 26, 1982 and professionally remastered from the soundboard tapes this is GG Allin & the Jabbers at their grittiest & most offensive. Not suitable for family hour it is a must for any GG Allin & the Jabbers fan! Hear what it was like as the Blood & Guts spilled before a crowd that will never forget that night.
Signed by Chris Lamy, Alan Chapple & Steve L.
Signed by Alan Chapple (bass & lead guitar) & Zark Spleen (guitar). With GG on drums & vocals, these three recorded one of the best EPs from his career. No Flying 69... it was officially the last Jabbers record.
One of the best recorded live shows from GGs career. Having lost his band the previous year GG would not be stopped from playing out so he toured Mid West America with a cassette player for a backing band. By the time he got to Texas he had a group of local musicians and two days to put this Twilight Room Dalls show together. From August 17, 1985 here it is in all it's glory!