From the annals of Detroit music history, we're pleased to be able to bring you the first ever vinyl release of Rocket 455's 'Go To Hell' compilation! Originally compiled as a CD only release on Get Hip Recordings in 2001, this LP collects Rocket 455's singles and a large percentage of the band's recorded output. Formed in 1992 after the breakup of the Nervobeats, Rocket 455's first lineup included Mark Walz, Jeff Meier, Dan Kroha, Marco Delicato and Tim O'Connell, going on to later include Robert Mulrooney (Bootsey X), Kenny Tudrick, Steve Nawara, and Chris Fachini. The band went on to release several 7' singles-including the first release on Detroit's Italy Records-along with a 10' EP released by Get Hip. Not only does this release collect most of Rocket 455's released recorded output, but several rarities are included, including 'Go Baby,' 'The Grass Is Green,' and an unreleased version of 'Johnny Lawless'. Also included is a two-sided insert sheet with extensive liner notes and a band lineage chart.
Go to Hell
Johnny Lawless (Unreleased Version, Previously Unreleased on Vinyl)
The Grass Is Green (Previously Unreleased on Vinyl)
Go Baby (Previously Unreleased on Vinyl)
Santa Ain't Coming This Christmas
Sister Fuschia June
Motor Oil (Feat. Rachel Nagy of the Detroit Cobras)
Ain't Right Girl
That's All You Get
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.