TEEN BABES: Special 31st Anniversary Full Length Edition! • Engraved on Virgin Black Vinyl • Limited Pressing of 250.

… A little drums … A little atmosphere … and it wails like this!

Hotter than anything printed by a Hearst daily, the Versión Especial of Redd Kross’s “TEEN BABES FROM MONSANTO” will become available this week while supplies last!

Special 31st Anniversary Full Length Edition! • Engraved on Virgin Black Vinyl • Limited Pressing of 250.

All new specially designed packaging allows you to choose between 2 different front covers with just a flip of the wrist! All albums are hand numbered and initialed in editions of 1-250.

Experience vintage teen aged Redd Kross, as presented by Monsanto.

100% genuine, chemically inspired brilliance fueled by processed junk food.

All art, no filler, direct from the source, pure from the tap.

WARNING/DISCLAIMER: This album may induce feverish flash-backs and/or hallucinations. The producers of this album assume no responsibility for the actions of the listeners cast under its spell. Abuse only as misdirected by your physician. Listening to hair-metal or punk rock ruts after use is not recommended, as it may induce vomiting and/or diarrhea, and in rare instances may cause erratic cognitive behavior.



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From Pop to the Pit: LAPL Photo Collection Celebrates the L.A. Music Scene, 1978-1989


Culled from the Herald-Examiner photo archive and the Gary Leonard Collection, the LAPL Photo Collection presents a glimpse into a decade in the musical life of a city that produced scores of hit singles, showcased strikingly diverse genres and generated tremendous excitement.  Join us in the History & Genealogy Department for the opening night reception as we unveil rarely seen portraits of Mötley Crüe , The Go-Go’s, X, Minutemen, Social Distortion, The Dickies, Redd Kross, The Runaways, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Dream Syndicate, The Three O’Clock and dozens more.  Special guest speakers will share their stories and light refreshments will be provided.  Come experience an extraordinary time in L.A.’s music scene as we salute the bands that helped define the era.  On display in the History & Genealogy Department January 8 to July 28, 2015.


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