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Album Review

The Flesh Eaters have been the outlet for vocalist, filmmaker, poet, and lyricist Chris D. (Desjardins) for over 20 years. The band's official releases have been sporadic at best, but never a letdown. With D. at the helm spewing out his distinctively morbid lyrics, his revolving musical cast blasts out a mixture of cowpunk, reggae, and, as is the case here, noisy garage punk that embraces both the Seeds and the Germs. Atavistic's reissue of No Questions Asked, originally released in 1980 on Upsetter, gives the first full-length Flesh Eaters album the proper treatment it deserves. While the initial LP release clocked in around 25 minutes, Atavistic uses the extra disc space for ten bonus tracks, including their first 7" on Upsetter, their contribution to the Tooth & Nail compilation, and previously unreleased demos from 1978. The sound quality is rough on the extra tracks, but if you demand state-of-the-art sound, you were probably never a fan of this aggregation to begin with. It should be noted that this particular incarnation of the Flesh Eaters included John Doe, Exene Cervenka, D.J. Bonebrake, Stan Ridgway, and Tito Larriva, all caught at the initial stage of their vitality within the L.A. music/punk scene.


Formed: 1977 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Flesh Eaters was the nominal group founded by post-punk poet Chris D. (Desjardins), a singer renowned for his poor social skills (causing a revolving lineup which featured Stan Ridgway, John Doe, and Dave Alvin, among a host of others) and a penchant for obsessively morbid lyrical themes. The first Flesh Eaters full-length, No Questions Asked, appeared in 1980 on Upsetter Records. Its follow-up, A Minute to Pray, A Second to Die, fleshed out Chris D.'s rather unique vision with a tight band including...
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