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Awesome collection of Posh Boy Records' best! Including tracks from Agent Orange, Black Flag, Social Distortion, TSOL, Circle Jerks, The Crowd and more. Rare, 1st Press with Robbie Fields cover!
Posh Boy Records was a Hollywood, California-based record label owned by the American-born Englishman, Robbie "Posh Boy" Fields, a high school substitute teacher and former copy boy at the Los Angeles Times who took an interest in the emerging punk rock scene in Orange County, California during the late 1970s.
The label's releases enjoyed substantial airplay on Rodney Bingenheimer's show on KROQ-FM, and some of them, notably the Fields-produced version of "Amoeba" by The Adolescents and the Stephen Hague-produced electronic rock track "Are You Ready for the Sex Girls" by Sparks offshoot Gleaming Spires, made it into regular programming on the station.
Social Distortion was one of many bands whose first recordings were issued by Posh Boy. One of the label's most successful releases was Agent Orange's debut, Living in Darkness, containing "Bloodstains", an extreme sports anthem covered by many alternative rock groups (the most notable being The Offspring in 2000 on the Ready to Rumble film soundtrack).
The label continued releasing records into the 2000s, the most recent release being a 7" by The Willowz of Anaheim, California in 2003.
A1 –Circle Jerks Wild In The Streets
A2 –Agent Orange Everything Turns Grey
A3 –Social Distortion Moral Threat
A4 –Crowd Modern Machine
A5 –U.X.A. Immunity
A6 –Red Cross Annete's Got The Hits / Cover Band
A7 –Baby Buddha Your Cheatin' Heart
A8 –F-Word! Shut Down
B1 –Los Microwaves Time To Get Up
B2 –Channel 3 You Make Me Feel Cheap
B3 –Black Flag Louie, Louie
B4 –Simpletones I Like Drugs
B5 –Shattered Faith I Love America
B6 –T.S.O.L. Peace Thru' Power
B7 –Stepmothers Push Comes To Shove
B8 –The Nuns Suicide Child
Original Release Year: 1983
Label: Posh Boy
Catalog #: PBS 8138
Format: 12" Vinyl LP
Vinyl Color: Black
Condition: Used: Cover looks great, some light creases, corner dings and edge wear. Vinyl looks like new except for a couple light scratches. Image shown above is the actual item you will receive.