2002 vinyl LP reissue. The raw energy of The Adolescents announced the birth of the So. Cal. Punk scene. Brash lyrics and furious playing were their hallmarks that led to a cult status among punk afficianados. Their self-titled album from 1981 set the proverbial stage for everyone from The Dead Kennedys to Green Day and Offspring. Scoring a punk hit with "Amoeba," The Adolescents soon outgrew each other and split apart. Yet their attitude and high-intensity playing live on. Original copies of their only LP are nearly impossible to find, but this reissue on vinyl is a treat for punk fans and collectors. It is one of those rare albums you just can't miss. Frontier Records.
I Hate Children
Who Is Who
Kids of the Black Hole
Rip It Up
Welcome to Reality - The Adolescents
Losing Battle - The Adolescents
Things Start Moving - The Adolescents
O.C. Life - Rikk Agnew
10 - Rikk Agnew
Yur 2 Late - Rikk Agnew
Everyday - Rikk Agnew
One Shot - Rikk Agnew
Falling Out - Rikk Agnew
Surfside - Rikk Agnew
It's Doing Something - Rikk Agnew
Fast - Rikk Agnew
Section 8 - Rikk Agnew
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.