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Performer: Various
Genre: Rock
Title: The Finest Hours Of U.S. 60's Punk
Country: France
Released: 1984
Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
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The Finest Hours is a 2016 American historical drama-thriller film directed by Craig Gillespie and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. The screenplay, written by Eric Johnson, Scott Silver, and Paul Tamasy, is based on The Finest Hours: The True Story of the . Coast Guard's Most Daring Sea Rescue by Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman.

Punk rock started in 1976 on New York’s Bowery, when four cretins from Queens came up with a mutant strain of blitzkrieg bubblegum. Ultimately, we found ourselves pulled toward records that embodied punk’s spirit, and even stretched it a little. No album summed up the infinite possibility in punk's radical simplicity better than this 35-minute, 21-song debut. Spoon and Minor Threat are just a few of the bands that have covered songs from Pink Flag, which ranges from the hardcore Rubik's Cube "1 2 X U" to the 28-second tabloid nightmare "Field Day for the Sundays" to "Fragile," punk's first pretty love song. A perfect album," said Henry Rollins of Black Flag.

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While the historically minded rock fan is doubtless aware that punk rock was born and bred in the United States, many passing observers still seem to think that English bands such as the Sex Pistols and the Clash dreamed the stuff up all on their own, neatly ignoring the fact that the Velvet Underground, the Stooges, MC5, and the New York Dolls. blocked out the blueprints years before, and the Ramones created the first working template while Malcolm McLaren was still selling clothes to Teddy Boys. The album is hampered by several odd track choices, many of which seem to be the product of licensing problems.

Instead, this album is a love letter to an era. These eighteen tracks try to capture the punk movement sweeping the . at its raw, nihilistic roots, and mostly succeed. The record has all the necessary anthems, from the pogo power of the Ramones' original demo of "Judy Is a Punk" to the unbridled cynicism of "Blank Generation" by Richard Hell's Voidoids. Too bad being a great album and educating America's Strokaholics don't always coincide, because the interests of serving history have led to the inclusion of a few truly wretched pieces of the curriculum. The Seeds and the Electric Eels may have held some sway in the early days of . punk, but subjecting people to the unrelenting whine of "Excuse, Excuse" or "Agitated," respectively, is a lesson this album could live without- not to mention the single-handed butchering of the Electric Prunes' classic psych nugget "I Had Too Much to Dream Last.

Their very first album, Static Age – an instant classic recorded in 1978, but criminally unreleased until 1997 – was buzzsaw punk-pop drenched in fake blood. But with 1981’s peerless Walk Among Us (the second album they recorded, though the first to be released, and the first with Jerry’s brother Paul ‘Doyle’ Caiafa on guitar), the band single-handedly kickstarted that gloriously twisted micro-genre, horror-punk. On February 18 1977, Stiff Records released the first British punk album.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Mourning Reign* Satisfaction Guaranteed
Written-By – R. Keefer*
2:17
A2 Mourning Reign* Our Fate
Written-By – F. Maggi*
2:27
A3 Bare Facts* Bad Part Of Town
Written-By – B. Williams*
2:04
A4 Bare Facts* Georgiana
Written-By – B. Williams*
2:23
A5 Precious Few The Train Kept A' Rollin'
Written-By [uncredited] – Howie Kay, Lois Mann, Tiny Bradshaw
3:05
A6 Precious Few I Don't Mind
Written-By – J. Brown*
2:34
A7 T.C. Atlantic Faces
Written-By – Freeman*, Kanan*
2:43
A8 T.C. Atlantic Mona
Written-By – McDaniels*
2:05
B1 Apollos* That's The Breaks
Written-By – J. Parisi*, T. Vorhauer*
2:25
B2 Apollos* Target Love
Written-By – Harris*, Mosser*
2:05
B3 Sands* Open Your Eyes
Written-By – Eddie Everett
1:45
B4 Sands* Can't Find A Way
Written-By – Tom Smith
2:05
B5 Black & Blues* Come To Me
Written-By – Bob McDonald
2:43
B6 Black & Blues* Bye Bye Baby
Written-By – B. McDonald*, G. Kopko*
2:38
B7 Mystic Tide Mystic Eyes
Written-By – Joe Docko
3:31
B8 Mystic Tide Mystery Ship
Written-By – Joe Docko
2:58

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – FGL
  • Printed By – Montreuil Offset

Credits

  • Compiled By [Concept] – Hans Kesteloo
  • Liner Notes – Hans*, Vic*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1 etched): EVA 12039 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2 etched): EVA 12039B
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
  • Distribution Code: EV 102

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EVA 080153 Various The Finest Hours Of U.S. 60's Punk ‎(CD, Comp, Mono) Eva EVA 080153 France 2008
EVA 12039 Various The Finest Hours Of U.S. 60's Punk ‎(LP, Comp, TP) Eva EVA 12039 France 1990

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Eva were quite good at compiling themed compilations. Their regional series were great at the time they came out (80s) and still hold up today. They also presented their selections in decent sound quality. (Sorry Pebbles... you lost out in the fidelity battle to a bunch of Europeans (Line Records' Mindrocker series was good too).This 'Finest Hours' collection is a strange beast. Maybe Eva just had a bunch of great tracks that they couldn't fit onto any of their other comps. Maybe they really are the 'finest hours', I don't know.Putting both sides of the 45s onto the record is both a good thing and a bad thing. Garage punk singles are notorious for having a 'plug' side (usually a ballad or soft rock thing) that the radio stations could play. On the other side you got the gnarly fuzz monster which the band dug and which went down well on stage but maybe wasn't playlist fodder.On the other hand - it's nice to have the whole 45 fully documented... so the jury's out at the moment.Anyway - you do a get a whole load of riches including TC Atlantic's wild Faces which is surely top 10 in any psychedelic/garage punk crossover chart. Mourning Reign, Sands and Mystic Tide work some magic too.In short - if you found this for under a tenner you would be doing well.