Monday, 15 September 2008


On hearing Wrecking Crew I always thought that they were a poor mans Agnostic Front, but over the years my feelings towards them has changed and I can now listen to them on their own merits rather than thinking that they are a rip of another band. This debut ep released on the defunct Vortex Records out of Boston ( was this the only Vortex release?) was the epitomy of DIY records. Small label, silk screened and numbered cover, typed lyric sheet and pressed in small numbers. A nice looking effort that was basic in design but still looked great. I got number 74 and according to the Flex site, 500 made altogether, also some copies on green vinyl in green sleeve. 300 made in special grey sleeve, hand numbered.

1 comment:

moshua said...

lots of cover color/vinyl color variations of that 7". Theres also a bunch with hand written messages inside the sleeve that Mark McKay (he put out the record) & Hank Pierce wrote in on the way to the record release show in NYC.