REDD KROSS Teen Babes From Monsanto Tour T-shirt Black with Silver Foil logo Limited Run

To celebrate the Redd Kross ‘Teen Babes’ mini tour of Southern California.
If you can’t make the show you can still have the souvenir shirt.
TEEN BABES ORIGINAL KISS STYLE LOGO IN ACE FACE FOIL STAMP.
A limited run in sizes XS-S-M-L-XL-2XL
Vintage style ring spun cotton. Extra fancy

Do It!

(Coming this month! Be sure to look for ‘Teen Babes From Monsanto’ remastered and for the first time on CD)

 

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REDD KROSS-Limited edition REVOLVER ’86 Tour Reissue 4 colors XS-XXL

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REDD KROSS-1986-87 Neurotica Tour “Revolver” T-shirt.
Artwork by Tuesday.
4 colors to choose from. Revolver White – Barrett Pink – Flash Yellow – Apple Green
*limited sizes in colors besides white.
Very limited edition of this classic reissue.
The second to last RKF design this year!
#redd kross fashion keeping it rare.

*Please be sure your mailing address is up to date with Paypal and Ebay.

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Oh Canada Hot Issue Vol.2-Show World Tour Live! Limited Edition CD

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Oh Canada Hot Issue Vol.2-Show World Tour Live!

Newly Remastered for CD
OH CANADA!
HOT ISSUE VOL. 2
SHOW WORLD AROUND THE WORLD TOUR.

In the great tradition of ALIVE (Kiss/Slade) and Live at Leeds.
Powerfully recorded by the Canadian government for your amazement.
Very cool gatefold digipak system.
The Last Redd Kross Release Of The Summer.
Limited Run-Redd Kross Fashion
‘Keeping It Rare’

TRACK LIST:
1. lady in the front row
2. switchblade sister
3. stoned
4.jimmy’s fantasy
5.mess around
6.annie’s gone

ACT 2: SILVER ODESSEY
7. (a) silver threads and golden needles
8. (b) follow the leader
9. (c) it’s in the sky
10. (d) huge wonder

*100 percent live-no cheating or overdubs-just wild energy with a sweat cocktail on the side!
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KQED News on “Songs That Chargo Taught Us”

Screen Shot 2016-07-31 at 4.03.10 AMThe Side Eyes/Redd Kross, ‘Songs that Chargo Taught Us’ split single

Remember the good ol’ days when rock and punk were about rejecting your parents’ ways, ideally really ticking them off in the process? Well, kids today …

Take 21-year-old Astrid McDonald, singer in the L.A. punkish band the Side Eyes. Not only isn’t she railing against her mom, but on the band’s new vinyl-only single she sings a song written by her mom. Well, her mom happens to be Charlotte Caffey of the Go-Go’s. And the song the Side Eyes does here, “Don’t Talk to Me,” dates from when mom was around the age her daughter is now, back in the late ’70s when Caffey fronted a pre-Go-Go’s trio with drummer D.J. Bonebrake (soon of X) and guitarist Joe Ramirez (Black Randy & the Metro Squad). The name of that band? The Eyes. Yeah, even young McDonald’s band’s name pays homage to mater.

What’s more, the other side of the single is by the veteran L.A. power-punk band Redd Kross, which as you may have already realized features McDonald’s dad, Jeff McDonald, as well as her uncle, Steven. And what’s more more, the song they do is also an old Caffey composition, “Screaming,” a rare one from the very earliest days of the Go-Go’s, notable for the stinging guitar and brusque energy that came to mark Caffey’s famous band’s best work.

Together the songs are presented as “Songs that Chargo Taught Us,” “Chargo” being Caffey’s nickname. Both are sharp, spirited performances, given more meaning for being a deeply loving appreciation to McDonald’s mom and spouse, respectively. It’s wonderful. But seriously, is this any way to have youthful rebellion?

ORDER THE SINGLE FROM IN THE RED RECORDS.

 

 

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LA WEEKLY “The 10 Best South Bay Punk Bands of All Time”

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Perhaps one of the most underrated and overlooked of South Bay punk bands is Redd Kross, which over the years evolved from hardcore punk to a more avant-garde, indie-rock form of alternative music. Hailing from the same city as The Beach Boys, Hawthorne, only a couple decades later (late ’70s), Redd Kross had a huge impact on L.A.’s early punk and later alternative and garage-rock scenes. Featuring brothers Jeff and Steve McDonald, the band has otherwise sported a revolving lineup of musicians; an early incarnation included guitarist Greg Hetson, who left to form Circle Jerks, and drummer Ron Reyes, who left to become the singer for Black Flag. The band’s first gig in 1980 was opening for Black Flag while they were teenagers. Redd Kross might not be the same band as when they started, but their influence looms large and they continue to perform and record to this day.

Read the full article here.

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