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We are very excited to tell you we're not only releasing the epic soundtrack to this crucial East Bay Punk documentary but we're also releasing the film itself on a Blu Ray+DVD combo pack and you can order both right now by CLICKING HERE!

 

The Blu Ray+DVD features the full-length theatrical cut of the film (2 hours and 37 minutes), 5 Deleted Scenes and more! Narrated by Iggy Pop, Turn It Around: The Story Of East Bay Punk features a diverse spectrum of musicians and artists who have all been impacted by or participated in the California San Francisco Bay Area punk music scene of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. During the production of the film, over 150 interviews were conducted around the United States amounting in over 500 hours of interview footage. Numerous underground punk legends appear in the film together with the top-selling artists of the punk genre. Non-punk artists in reggae, garage and experimental music are featured, and actors, film directors, authors, activists and graphic artists are also interviewed throughout the film. 

 

On the soundtrack front we've got a very special Gold Vinyl mail order only edition (Limited to 1000 copies) WE ARE NOW SELLING THE BLUE VINYL EDITION of the 35 song soundtrack featuring rare, unreleased and hard to find tracks from bands like Green Day, Rancid, Operation Ivy, Neurosis, MTX, Jawbreaker, Crimpshrine, Sweet Children, Pinhead Gunpowder and many more. It's over 90 minutes of music on 2 LP's housed in a gatefold sleeve. 

 

Even more limited is the double cassette edition (Limited to 600 copies) SECOND PRESS IN NOW WITH NEW BODY COLOR that not only contains the same material as the 2xLP but we've added a very special repress of the "Lest We Forget" compilation as a companion piece. Lest We Forget was assembled by Aaron Cometbus from extremely rare demos, rehearsal & live tapes and originally released on his BBT Tapes label in 1991. This compilation provides a crucial document of the East Bay's pre-Gilman punk scene. Including the original bands of members who would go on to spawn; Rancid, Operation Ivy, Pinhead Gunpowder, Samiam, Neurosis amongst many others. We've teamed up with BBT Tapes to repress this essential document of early East Bay punk with new liner notes by Cometbus and freshly cleaned up audio on a professionally dubbed tape for the first time ever!

 

Proceeds from these soundtrack releases go to the Women's Daytime Drop In Center, a non-profit program in Berkeley, CA empowering women and children to move from the streets to a home by providing ongoing and intensive counseling, case management services, daily support groups, a comprehensive children’s program, a variety of referral services, and a transitional housing program for four single parent families.

 

FULL TRACK LIST FOR THE SOUNDTRACK

Crimpshrine "Another Day"
Fang "I Wanna Be On TV"
Christ On Parade "Thoughts of War"
Special Forces "Berkeley Hardcore"
Corrupted Morals "Be All You Can Be"
Neurosis "United Sheep"
Sewer Trout "Wally and Beaver Go To Nicaragua"
The Lookouts "Mendocino Homeland"
Isocracy "Hippie Man"
Soup "Control"
   
Sweet Children "Sweet Children (Demo)"
MTX "At Gilman Street"
Sweet Baby "She's From Salinas"
Kwik Way "Pacifica on Saturday"
Kamala and the Karnivores "Back To Bodie"
Jawbreaker "Equalized (Demo, J. Robbins Mix)"
Crimpshrine "Summertime"
Operation Ivy "Hedgecore"
Beatnigs "Television"
   
Operation Ivy "Unity"
Filth "The List"
Blatz "Berkeley Is My Baby (And I Wanna Kill It)"
Econochrist "Epidemic"
Spitboy "Sexism Impressed"
Yeastie Girlz "Yeast Power"
Nuisance "Dragonfly (Brouhaha version)"
Monsula "Firecracker"
Pinhead Gunpowder "Losers of the Year"
    
Pansy Division "Luv Luv Luv"
The Potatomen "On The Avenue"
Jawbreaker "Condition Oakland"
NOFX "I'm Telling Tim"
Rancid "Journey To The End of the East Bay"
Green Day "Welcome To Paradise (Kerplunk)"
The Armstrongs "If There Was Ever a Time"

 

FULL TRACK LIST FOR THE "LEST WE FORGET" COMPANION CASSETTE

 

Atrocity "Final Option"
12 "Well Oh Well"
Anti-Momb "Police State"
Crimpshrine "Walk Away"
Black Guard "Planned Attack"
MFP "Cheese"
Art Faggots "Creeping Terror"
Special Forces "America Is Dead"
Vagrants "Chip Off The Ol' Block"
Basic Radio "Meat Market"
Greedy Grady & The Sanfurds "Encore"
Distorted Truth "Cavity Creeps"
Violent Coercion "House of Terror"
Spent "Cut Off"
Fang "Get Off Your High Horse"
Keg Party Hero "Get Wasted"
Boi "Hypocrites & Criticism"
Unskilled Labor "Here We Are Again"
Kamala & The Karnivores "James's Swimming Pool"
Intensifield Bluebeard "I Like Drinking Mickeys"
Soup "Glue Song"
Sweet Baby Jesus "Loving Every Girl In The World"

Buggerall "Learning How To Smile"
Deviants "Ready To Die"
Basic Radio "There Is A Place"
MFP "Ski Punks
Defy "Prejudice"
S.A.G. "I Had To Kill Some Ants Today"
Soup "G.Q.U."
Roadkill "Dylan Was A Loser"
Ravage "The Idiot"
13 "Talking All The Time"
Kwikway "Paddle or Die"
Unskilled Labor "Underdog"
Atrocity "Process"
Sweet Baby Jesus "Find A New Love"
Crimpshrine "I Don't Know Why"
Hunde Scheibe "She's In Heat"
Trial "Presence At My Back"
Youth Authority "Christ is No Matter"
Anti-Momb "Martial Law"
Albany Dread "Teenage Fuckup"
Public Enema "Toxic Dog"
Intensified Bluebeard "Off The Hook"

 

 

Edited by thischarmingham
correcting image and info

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1 minute ago, Dunc said:

Is the blue vinyl going to be limited to 1234 go? I already bought the deluxe package. That is a great price for that bundle.

Blue vinyl is for all stores wherever they may be. We'll of course have both Gold and Blue in our shop on the 22nd when this is officially released.

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9 hours ago, thischarmingham said:

They were kinda from the next era of Gilman after what's covered in the documentary. That era definitely deserves a good doc and compilation too though!

Agreed! That was my era and I grew up out in the hills with one of the best punk rock venues around at the time. Screw 32 played their first last show there and i remember skipping football practice to see afi, mxpx and the vandals there. Boarderline warehouse. I didn't get around to gilman much later though.

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16 hours ago, Dunc said:

Agreed! That was my era and I grew up out in the hills with one of the best punk rock venues around at the time. Screw 32 played their first last show there and i remember skipping football practice to see afi, mxpx and the vandals there. Boarderline warehouse. I didn't get around to gilman much later though.

Mine too! A lot of GREAT bands but I couldn't help but feeling sometimes "damn, Operation Ivy practically just left the room and I missed it!"

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Well we're already repressing the Blu Ray+DVD combo pack. Thanks everyone! We have copies on hand if you want to place an order now though so don't worry if you haven't gotten yours in. We start shipping orders tomorrow and hope to have them all out by the weekend. Monday at the latest!

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2nd press of the tape is just about sold out. Running through the Blue vinyl pretty fast as well. Don't expect it to last through August if you've been holding out on ordering this. Third press of Blu Ray/DVD is coming in soon but we've got copies on hand now if you still need one.

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