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Thursday, September 08, 2005

The Huns


Here's some good early Texas punk you probably already know about. The Huns put out this single in 1979 with the A side appearing later on the Bloodstains Across Texas comp and the B side showing up on Killed By Death #4. The only other material I know of is the Live at the Palladium LP released by Existential Vacuum and available on CD through Get Hip. The liner notes to the EV release are available here from the break my face website. It's a very interesting read so I won't bother with any other info here. The scan is of the "reissue", or bootleg may be more like it- I'm not sure. The original cover can also be viewed on the link to the liner notes.
The Busy Kids 7"-
Busy Kids
Glad He's Dead

5 Comments:

At 6:47 PM, Blogger MXV said...

The "reissue" is absolutely a bootleg.

 
At 7:45 PM, Blogger malfeitor said...

I figured. It sure is cheap looking. It doesn't even have the songs listed on it.

 
At 8:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i heard that the singer of the huns paited himself gold
and also went on the 700 club with pat robertson yrs later and denounced his punk antics cuz he
well found christ

some one supposedly had a vid of it
i never ended up seeing it my self

great band though

 
At 6:47 AM, Blogger icepickphil said...

I saw the Huns perform in about '80 or '81 at Paradise Island (on South Main St.) in Houston . The Paradise was Houston's premier punk club of that era.

Their singer came out naked except for a purple jock strap.

 
At 9:35 AM, Anonymous James Jesus said...

"Their singer came out naked except for a purple jock strap."

I went to the bank today, and noticed that the bank manager was naked EXCEPT FOR A BUSINESS SUIT, NECKTIE, WHITE SHIRT, CREAM SOCKS, & POLISHED SENSIBLE BLACK SHOES

 

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