2014 reissue on 150-gram vinyl LP. Punk rockers Agent Orange were a genre-bending sensation with their 1981 record "Living in Darkness." Taking the punk scene to the west coast, there is a heavy surf-sound influence. After Dick Dales' take on "Miserlou," the Greeks can barely lay claim to the song. Agent Orange gives their take on the classic with even greater intensity. Yet, before they get lost in the sands, Agent Orange still sticks by it's punk roots with songs such as "Bloodstains" and "Everything Turns Grey." This LP was recorded between 1979 and 1981. Reissued on 150-gram vinyl, it sounds great, and it comes with it's original 8-track lie up, instead of the overbooked with leftovers CD version.
Too Young To Die
Everything Turns Grey
No Such Thing
Cry For Help In a World Gone Mad
Living In Darkness
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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