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Brothers  Jeff  and  Steve  McDonald  formed  Redd  Kross (originally  Red  Cross)  in Hawthorne, CA in the late ‘70s. Rumor has it that the band name was inspired by a prop from the 1973 horror film, The Exorcist. Their first show was opening for Black Flag and they released their debut record the mythical “Posh Boy” EP in 1980 when they were just 17 and 13 respectively. The “Posh Boy” EP features Black Flag’s 2nd singer, Ron Reyes, on drums and founding member of Circle Jerks, Greg Heston, on guitar. 1982  saw  a  line  up  change  and  the  release  of  Born  Innocent,  a  high  water  mark  of  American  Punk  Rock.  Containing  nods  to Jim  and  Tammy  Faye  Baker,  Linda  Blair,  Lita  Ford and breakfast cereal as well as a killer cover of Charlie Manson’s Cease To Exist. Redd Kross loves pop culture.

The  brothers  have  kept  Redd Kross  going  through  the  decades  (and  line-up  changes),  releasing 7 studio albums and a slew of EPs and singles. They have also stayed busy with side projects, production gigs and even occasional acting jobs. What are Redd Kross? Punk  Rock?  Psychedelia?  Heavy  Metal?  Bubblegum?  Power  Pop?  Whatever  they  are  they  are  100%  Redd  Kross,  the  catchiest  of  catchy,  chock  full  of  hooks,  melodies  and  harmonies, impossible to not smile and sing along…..maybe even dance. Their live show just keeps getting better. Redd Kross are one of those rare bands who would be equally at home in a dark punk club and on stage at the Enormodome.

40 years in and hot on the heels of their amazing 2019 album Beyond The Door, Third Man  Records  is  proud  to  announce  the  reissue  of  two  of  their  beloved  1990s  albums,  Phaseshifter (1993) and Show World (1997).

The  brothers  are  joined  by  drummer  Brian  Reitzell,  guitarist Eddie  Kurdziel  (R.I.P.)  and  keyboardist Gene Fennelly on 1993’s

Phaseshifter. Redd Kross leaves the ‘60s and ‘70s pop culture references at the door (well, most of them) and brings their strong melodies, dreamy harmonies, psychedelic punk/bubblegum metal to the front, tearing through 12 new Redd Kross tunes. Every track is a full-on Redd Kross gem, with standouts like Crazy World, Dumb Angel, Pay For Love and After School Special.