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SUPERSUCKERS
Holdin’ The Bag
Ships early October

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SUPERSUCKERS
Holdin’ The Bag Bundle
Ltd Ed Signed CD & Shirt!
Ships early October

$40.00 Select options

SUPERSUCKERS
Holdin’ The Bag 
Ltd Ed CD Gatefold w/ Bonus Track!
Proceeds to Eddie Spaghetti Cancer Fund
Ships early October

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NEW RELEASES

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SUPERSUCKERS
Get The Hell

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BOB AND THE MONSTER O.S.T.
Scored by RHCP guitarist Josh Klinghoffer

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RHINO BUCKET
Sunrise on Sunset Blvd

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THE HANGMEN
East Of Western

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PRIMA DONNA
Bless This Mess

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THE HANGMEN
Lost Rocks: The Best Of…

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RHINO BUCKET
Who’s Got Mine

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NEWS

RHINO BUCKET

RHINO BUCKET

“Sunrise On Sunset Blvd” captures the original RHINO BUCKET line-up at their peak, delivering a scorching set for hometown fans.  Recorded for a prominent radio program, the masters were thought to be lost until recently discovered in a LA studio vault.

THE HANGMEN – EAST OF WESTERN

THE HANGMEN – EAST OF WESTERN

Joined by former Supersucker Rontrose Heathman, Los Angeles natives The Hangmen celebrate 25+ years together with “East Of Western,” their latest effort for Acetate Records. The band’s sixth release smashes together lead singer Bryan Small’s lurid love songs with unsparing, unsentimental blasts that shine a light into the dark and seedy corners of modern day Los Angeles. IN STORES NOW!

THE FACTORY – From the Archives

New from Acetate Archives – The Factory ripped it up in mid-1980’s Washington D.C. in such infamous venues as 9:30 Club, Roxy and DC Space. The bastard sons of the Dead Boys and 70’s-era Stones… swaggering, staggering troubadours of rock n’ roll. Original recordings from 1985 – check out the “Love to Dance” Video:

Sour Jazz: “Black Maria”

Sour Jazz: “Black Maria”

Sour Jazz’s new disc respects no demarcation lines of style, occupying its own turf where New Wave butts heads with ’70s NY rock. It’s witty and rocks in its own slinky, rambunctious way. They wear their Iggy influence on their sleeves and pull no punches when it comes to rockin’!!