Gammelsdorf, Circus, Germany
December - 09 - 1989

from SEETHELIGHT7 collection # 365

Rec. Info:
AIWA CM30 mic -> Sony WMD6 -> this master cassette (TDK SA90) -> playback on Harman Kardon CD491 -> WAV 16/44 -> Audacity (edit/remaster) -> WAV 16/44 -> TLH8 -> FLAC ->
DIME -> YOUR EARS AND MIND...drowning in old bongwater... A real raw one, the vocals are a bit distorded, and the monster bass of Mr. Kramer is way up in front.Seeded liked
a fun evening. Thanks to the great SEETHELIGHT7 for capturing this fine moment in musical history. This shatters brain and eggs...Another tape rescued from being cocooned by
the BIG SPIDERS residing in the cellar below the garage of Mr. Lightseers home.

Ok, friends of the unknown teritories of music, I've to admit, I really don't know anything about this band. Haven't heard before, though my knowledge said me something about
one of the much sideproject of Mr. Kramer, head of Bongwater and Shimmy Disc Records. Nothing else. The even more I was surprised what I got to listen. This is weird stuff,
weird music, weird performance and - talk about cover versions - weird choices, too. The sound is - to tell at least - way over the top. This could've been better, but we've
got to take it as it is. Monster bass attacks melting with screechting guitar and thunderhouse drumming. All mixed up with some 60's psychedelic and a lot of Mr. Neil Young
thrown in. Don't believe? Ok, then get your own opinion about this. Just my impression. Have fun, SB.

B.A.L.L.'s to the wall...

FULL SHOW (48:22 min.)

01. Intro meltdown -> (1:16)
02. Should brothers kill? (2:36)
03. Charm (2:36)
04. Trouble doll (3:10)
05. My TV is broke (3:21)
06. It don't come easy (Ringo Starr) -> (2:06)
07. Buick McKane (T.Rex) (2:58)
08. Little doll (5:38)
09. BALL (6:03)
10. Caveman (6:56)
11. Funhouse (Stooges) (11:38)

sorry no details on the lineup available.
Some track titles are matter of suspect.