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Discographies

The aim of these pages is to compile information about punk vinyl (mostly in the 7″ format) in the years from 1976 to around 1983 — about the time speed took over from inventiveness as the number one priority for making punk rock music. Individual band pages will include ‘official’ and ‘unofficial’ releases in chronological order, where possible. Pages for labels will attempt to describe releases. This is not a marketplace and no items are for sale, rather the pages here are meant for research and reading, and some listening…


Punk Rock in California

Bands:

  • Alley Cats (Los Angeles)
  • Agent Orange (Fullerton)
  • Avengers (San Francisco)
  • Bags (Los Angeles)
  • The Cheifs (Huntington Beach)
  • Controllers (Los Angeles)
  • Crime (San Francisco)
  • The Deadbeats (Los Angeles)
  • The Dils (Carlsbad)
  • Eyes (Los Angeles)
  • Flesh Eaters (La Puente)
  • Flyboys (Arcadia)
  • F-Word (Los Angeles)
  • The Germs (Los Angeles)
  • The Go-Go’s (Los Angeles)
  • Kaos (Los Angeles)
  • The Middle Class (Santa Ana)
  • The Nuns (San Francisco)
  • The Plugz (Los Angeles)
  • The Screamers (Los Angeles)
  • The Skulls (Los Angeles)
  • The Weirdos (Los Angeles)
  • X (Los Angeles)
  • The Zeros (Chula Vista)

Labels:

  • 415 Records (San Francisco)
  • Bomp! (Los Angeles)
  • Dangerhouse Records (Los Angeles)
  • Posh Boy (Hollywood)
  • Radio Active Records (San Diego)
  • Slash Records (Los Angeles)
  • Subterranean Records (San Francisco)
  • What Records? (Los Angeles)

Elsewhere

Cough / Cool

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The Misfits ‎– Cough / Cool
Label: Blank Records
Catalog Number: BLANK 101
Format: Vinyl, 7″, Single
Released: Aug 1977

 

 



Tracklist
A Cough / Cool 2:14
B She 1:22


Companies, etc.
Recorded At – Rainbow Studio, NYC
Mastered At – Spectrum Sound
Pressed By – Romaba Pressing Inc.


Credits
Bass Guitar – Jerry Caifa*
Drums, Percussion – Manny
Mastered By – Rich Flores
Producer [Uncredited] – Misfits
Vocals, Electric Piano [Electric Sync-piano] – Glenn Danzig
Written-By – Dänzig*


Notes
Recorded at Rainbow Studio, NYC, mastered at Spectrum Sound in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Pressed at Romaba Pressing Inc.

Edition of 500 copies.

This is the only Misfits recording that Manny appeared on.


Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (A-side etchings): A-101 RICH SPECTRUM B’klyn N.Y
Matrix / Runout (B-side etchings): B-102 RICH


Further Reading and Reference:
https://www.discogs.com/The-Misfits-Bullet/master/110655

The Misfits

Formed in early 1977, The Misfits took the band name from Marilyn Monroe’s last film and in fact, thanked the cast of the movie on the back of their first record. The founding members were: Glenn Danzig on vocals and electric piano, Jerry Caiafa (Jerry Only) on bass, and Manny on drums. Their first release on their own label, Blank Records, didn’t reflect the characteristic anger and rebellion of most “punk” records, but instead a more brooding and sinister, yet romantic side lingering beneath. Following the single, Danzig and Only recruited a new drummer and added a guitar player and pursued the horror-based punk rock direction that they are known for. Danzig and Only presided over several line up changes, eventually culminating with Jerry’s younger brother, Paul (aka Doyle) becoming the band’s permanent guitarist.

The original Misfits broke up in October 1983, having released several 7″ singles and 12″ records, all of which were DIY limited-edition and most of which were hand-assembled by the band, that have long been considered prime collectors’ items. The bulk of the band’s material was released on Glenn’s Plan 9 label. The band’s popularity grew exponentially following their split and their material and tapes of their live shows were heavily bootlegged.


Official Releases – This index features only vinyl and includes material released by the original band between 1977 and 1983

Unofficial Releases – This index features only vinyl and includes recordings of the original band


Online Resources

Fiend Collectors – database and marketplace

Misfits Central – database and marketplace

Misfits Collectors – database of official 7″ vinyl with images