American Laundromat Records had a blast working on a tribute to one of their favorite flicks of all time - the 1984 cult classic "Repo Man" written & directed by Alex Cox and featuring Harry Dean Stanton and Emilio Estevez. The original soundtrack celebrated the southern California punk movement of the late 70's/early 80's with bands Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Suicidal Tendencies, The Plugz, and Iggy Pop. American Laundromat Records recruited an outstanding group of artists to cover these now-classic punk tracks, including; Those Darlins, Matthew Sweet, Amanda Palmer, Mike Watt, The Tellers, Black Francis, Weekend, Polar Bear Club, Moses Coltrane, New York Rivals, and The Suicide Dolls. The 6-panel CD Eco-Wallet features original illustrations by revered rock-poster designer Lonny Unitus (Melvins, Decemberists, Willie Nelson), and includes full production/player credits and some great elements inspired from the original film. This one is a winner and highly recommended for fans of the film, classic punk, or any of the artists contributing. 5 Stars!!!
1. Repo Man - Those Darlins
2. TV Party - Polar Bear Club
3. Institutionalized - Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra
4. Coup d'Etat - New York Rivals
5. El Clavo Y La Cruz - Black Francis & Spanish for Hitchhiking
6. Pablo Picasso - The Tellers
7. Let's Have A War - Mike Watt & The Secondmen
8. When The Shit Hits The Fan - The Suicide Dolls
9. Hombre Secreto - Matthew Sweet
10. Bad Man - Moses Coltrane
11. Reel Ten - Weekend
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