Sunday, August 28, 2011

FUCK THE CURSE - Compilation Tape - 2000

   FUCK THE CURSE is a compilation tape I put out in 2000 that served as a follow-up to Iggy Scam's "Technical Difficulties From Day One" tape from 1997. Both tapes chronicle punk bands that reside in a loosely defined part of the Southeastern US commonly known as "The Region". A lot of these bands shared members, tour vans, houses, romantic partners, diseases, and more. I'm happy to say that I put out this tape 11 years ago and I am still good friends with a large amount of the people who played (or still do play) in these bands.
   Most of these songs were not featured on any records and were never on anything else besides this tape. They were recorded in houses, storefronts, warehouses and in some cases, a real studio. The recording quality is all over the place, but that's punk, right?
  The title comes from a JARVIS practice tape where they were talking about how all our friends' bands could not afford to get decent recordings. It just seemed like we were all cursed to have these fucked up recordings and toil in obscurity for the rest of our lives, which is fine.
  That's all....you can read the inserts (included in the download) for more information. Here's all the bands and songs on here...

4 comments:

jon said...

yea this comp's really kind of changed my life in a lot of ways. thanks for posting it.

Graham said...

Re-up??

Harvester said...

I just tried it and it worked for me.

Anonymous said...

I haven't heard this music since the psychiatric hospital took the cassette from me upon my involuntary admittance in September of 2000. Loving hearing it again. Glad it's available like this. I love the Lucifer's Follies and Bitchin' tracks a lot among others. Thanks.