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DAYGLOW ABORTIONS- Out of the Womb LP (Sharpe Records, Canada, 1981)

“Ozzy is so out in space, he’d probably love me if I pissed in his face” – this line from DAYGLOW ABORTION’s “Black Sabbath” sums it up perfectly. Punk: Raunchy, primitive, provocative for fucks sake and Metal: Crunching guitar, some heavy riffs. And all together is so whacky, so trashed, so out-there (with or without Ozzy).
It’s one of the greatest miracles in the world why this monster still hasn’t been legally (or illegally) reissued! Sure, most of it is available on the bands follow up “Feed U.S.A. Fetus” (on the B-side), but what about the killer artwork and the complete tracklist? If nobody else wants to put this out, I’d borrow some money and do a classy reissue of this including the poster insert!

As tight the band is and as the perfect the sound – it always amazes me to hear the drummer fuck up the breaks (in almost every song). It’s like he doesn’t know the song structures. Or maybe he just didn’t care. But I wouldn’t want this to be any different. I have a few rehearsal and live tapes from 1982-1985 that kick the shit out of me and who lnows, I might post some excerpts from them too in the future.

I didn’t want to post the entire album here, so I made a selection which includes one of the three songs (“Too stoned to care”) that were left off on the LP (“East Indian” and “P.E.T.” being the others, though the last one is just some beeping and groaning).

1967.mp3
Scared of People.mp3
Black Sabbath.mp3
Used to be in Love.mp3
Suicide.mp3
Too stoned to care.mp3
Idiot.mp3

14 Comments

  1. Peter - KBDRecords

    Amazing! Just totally amazing!!! Scared Of People is one of my all time favourites. This blows Feed Us… anytime.

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 08:13 | Permalink
  2. E.

    I’m very sorry, Peter, but you’re wrong. Both recordings are equally good. They belong together, they complete each other. It’s the Yin and Yang of good bad music!

    Just realized that the rip didn’t come out perfect.

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 08:18 | Permalink
  3. Anonymous

    FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING PERFECT!!!!! great blog the only one that really kicks!!!

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 08:19 | Permalink
  4. fred / mon-real

    i live in canada (montreal) but I’ve never seen this before! it’s a-w-e-s-o-m-e! how did you manage to collect all these super rare records?

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 08:27 | Permalink
  5. Anonymous

    This is a Great Record and very rare. Do you post more metal again soon?

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 09:11 | Permalink
  6. E.

    I know – a lot of (rare) Punk à la KBD in the past few days, but I’m actually thinking of posting more Metal and maybe some Folk and Jazz too.

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 11:05 | Permalink
  7. Anonymous

    please…no metal or folk or jazz.
    you have been kicking ass with all your posts lately. one suggestion, if you only post a few songs from a record, could you show the rest of the songs that you didnt post?
    thanks again,
    timmy

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 11:09 | Permalink
  8. E.

    Hi Timmy – yes, you’re right about showing the titles. I should do that, just like Peter handles this! Very good suggestion!

    I’ve been posting Metal already and don’t you say you didn’t like it! It’s like this, if I’d really post other music (like Folk and Jazz) i would of course choose what resembles to Punk in its ethos, its atmosphere. Punk is like an algorithm – as you as you have foudn it and understood it, you’ll be able to hear “Punk” in other “non-Punk” music too …..

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 12:39 | Permalink
  9. Anonymous

    just kidding about the metal, jazz, folk. its your site. im just glad that you have been posting great music.
    thanks again,
    timmy

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    Posted on 20-Sep-06 at 13:12 | Permalink
  10. Anonymous

    A rather obscure fact: back in 1982, I read a (very cheap, duplicated) fanzine that had an interview with Rudimentary Peni. When asked about their musical influences, Nick Blinko just put ‘Dayglo Abortions’ (which would have been this record)…it makes so much sense…

    Nic Bullen

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    Posted on 23-Sep-06 at 09:59 | Permalink
  11. johnny

    how about some alter-natives (punk/jazz) first 12″ i’m sure it will be well recieved

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    Posted on 17-Oct-06 at 20:59 | Permalink
  12. Anonymous

    I sold a copy of this on ebay a couple years back
    for over 200 bucks
    I still miss it
    especially east indian

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    Posted on 02-Nov-06 at 22:31 | Permalink
  13. grant

    Could you post some of those practice tapes? 🙂

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    Posted on 03-May-08 at 16:09 | Permalink
  14. Matt

    found out my dad used to party with these guys and has a vinyl signed by all the original band members. pretty good stuff

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    Posted on 18-Apr-12 at 05:31 | Permalink

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