Offered for sale is a copy of Paradise Lost by Dresden 45, issued in 1988 by Jack Leg Records.
About this copy: This copy of Paradise Lost is an original pressing on the Texas-based Jack Leg label.
The cover and disc are M-; the LP looks unplayed.
The back cover has been signed in ball point pen by the band’s bass player, Charlie Hardwick, as “Uncle Charlie.” We obtained the LP from him a long time ago.
Background: According to Wikipedia, Dresden 45 was a hardcore punk and crossover thrash band from Houston, Texas, also known as D’45 and variantly, D45. They were one of the first hardcore bands to implement a guitar-driven heavy metal sound into their music. Like other Houston bands Dirty Rotten Imbeciles and Verbal Abuse, Dresden 45 played a breathless, high-speed type of hardcore punk now referred to as thrashcore.
- Newton’s Bad Apple
- No Need
- Swiss Bank Account
- Live For Money
- Briar Patch
- Smokin’ USA
- Southern California 2
- Guilty Of Birth
- Dresden ’45
You can listen to “Newton’s Bad Apple” here:
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