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Sunday, July 10, 2005

Reflex From Pain

Connecticut and the surrounding areas produced some great EPs in the early 80s. Reflex From Pain's Black And White was one of them, and represented their only real output at the time other than some compilation tracks. They also had a Chequered Future Flexi which supposedly has Ray Cappo on vocals which I've never heard but I sure would like to (hint). If you missed B & W the first time out there was a compilation called Die Jerry Die that compiled 5 great 7"s from the area (including RFP) onto one disc but it had a very limited run, so it's hard to track down. It would probably still be a bargain compared to tracking down all of the 7"s. Reflex From Pain members would eventually play in 76% Uncertain who have a website which says CDs are coming soon so hopefully Estimated Monkey Time will finally be available again. Here's Black And White-

tracks removed to free up space.


At 6:31 AM, Anonymous dave76 said...

Ray Cappo did sing on the flexi. The final line up of RFP recorded it. Todd played Guitar, Dave (me) on bass and Bill on drums. The later three would team up with Bones and Kenny from CIA to form 76% Uncertain.

The first Shelter project ended up (unintentionally, I can assure you) being the final line up of RFP plus Tom Capone (later of Quicksand).

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At 3:09 PM, Blogger Beathoven said...

Hi,could you please please please post the single Reflex From Pain:Black and white again.I'm looking for this since I was a little brat.Please please please!!
Cheers!Greetz!Thanx for the other stuff!

At 3:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i used to work in a record store in CT which had some backstock of both the "black and white" 7" as well as the "checkered future" flexi. although the potentiality that the records are still available is unlikely, you can go to trashamericanstyle.com to inquire further. good luck to anyone looking.

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