• HALF LIFE “WHAT’S RIGHT”

    HALF LIFE “WHAT’S RIGHT” What's Right by Half Life GH-100312" LP / CD / Cassette / Digital1991 Sixteen hot cuts of straight-edge hardcore punk from Pittsburgh, PA featuring gearhead head honcho Mike Lavella. Classic recordings from 1984 specially remixed for this album. Tracks include: “Deathtrap,” “New Blood,” “Gimme The Gun,” “Yeah, I Hate,” and more. Continue Reading
  • THE CYNICS “LEARN TO LOSE”

    THE CYNICS “LEARN TO LOSE” Learn to Lose by The Cynics GH-100812" LP / CD / Digital1993 This is the moody 1993 followup to the critically acclaimed Rock ‘N’ Roll album and is the 4th full-length studio effort overall for Pittsburgh’s finest. With a batch of new material, the band took it’s time in the [...] Continue Reading
  • HEADCOATEES, THEE “GIRLSVILLE”

    HEADCOATEES, THEE “GIRLSVILLE” GH-1011LP/CD Description: These girls are totally in the garage! Now from the Sisterhood of Suave, comes this classic garage album from Thee Headcoatees. From the boss cover of “Wild Man” to the hilarious “Dirty Old Man” the Sisterhood brings you Thee Headcoats sound from another perspective. Other gender flipping covers include “Melvin” (Gloria), “Run [...] Continue Reading
  • THE CYNICS “GET OUR WAY”

    THE CYNICS “GET OUR WAY” Get Our Way by The Cynics GH-103012" LP / CD / DigitalApril 1, 1994 The fifth studio album, recorded in Pittsburgh in 1994 and featuring guest producer Erik Lindgren of Arf! Arf! fame. This album is a return to their garage roots with tinges of psychedelia sprinkled in for good [...] Continue Reading
  • THE CYNICS “ROCK’N’ROLL”

    THE CYNICS “ROCK’N’ROLL” Rock'N'Roll by The Cynics GH-1020LP/CD   Description:   Third album by Pittsburgh’s Garage finest. This release from 1990 featured a major lineup change for the Cynics, and showed the band continuing to mature as writers and musicians. Cuts like “Now I’m Alone” and “Girl, You’re on My Mind” (the latter penned for [...] Continue Reading
  • THE CYNICS “TWELVE FLIGHTS UP” & “SIXTEEN FLIGHTS UP”

    THE CYNICS “TWELVE FLIGHTS UP” & “SIXTEEN FLIGHTS UP” Sixteen Flights Up by The Cynics GH-101012" LP / CD / DigitalApril 1, 1994 Originally released in 1988, The Cynics second album shows the band in a slightly lighter mood, combining scorching guitar tracks with some of the Cynics more pop material. Great originals like “Yeah!” [...] Continue Reading