audio stream :: 100 Flowers > All Sexed Up / Presence Of Mind

Superior Viaduct is independent record label known for reissuing early Bay Area’s punk (1978-1984). Well, they are getting ready to put out their first non-Bay Area reissue, the 1983 self-titled album by 80′s SoCal punk trio 100 Flowers.

Originally known as The Urinals, 100 Flowers‘ name change was inspired by a 1956 quote arising from Chairman Mao Zedong’s brief flirtation with liberalization, “Let a hundred flowers bloom; let a hundred schools of thought contend.”

These sixteen tracks of classic LA punk will be available on vinyl on February 5th. Here is a little preview of the LP.

Listen.

Streamable: All Sexed Up/Presence Of Mind (soundcloud)

Preorder 100 Flowers @ superiorviaduct.com.

And while you are at it, why not watch The Minutemen music video for their cover of The Urinals track “Ack Ack Ack” @ plexifilm.com.

Oh and you can find out more about Superior Viaduct @ eastbayexpress.com.

100 Flowers are on Superior Viaduct
100 Flowers are on Happy Squid
Superior Viaduct is on eMusic

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One Response to “audio stream :: 100 Flowers > All Sexed Up / Presence Of Mind”

  1. GIMME TINNITUS» Blog Archive » audio stream :: The Urinals > Hologram Says:

    [...] series of reissues, we were talking about The Urinals‘ “commercial” name changer 100 Flowers LP. Well, for Record Store Day, Superior Viaduct put out a deluxe vinyl bundle of three Urinals [...]

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