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My first exposure to Culturcide.

I first saw this album in the Sound Exchange in Houston back in 1986. They had just got a box of these, and Tacky Souvenirs from Perry Webb. I had never heard the album, but the cover just caught my eye. I bought a copy of it for $5. After getting home I opened it up and gave it a spin and was really blown away. This is one of my top five favorite albums of all time. If you have never heard Culturcide I highly recommend Year One and Gigs for an Imaginary Audience. You won't regret purchasing them. I know I didn't.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Houston's seminal punk/experimental outfit, Culturcide was assembled in 1980 by Perry Webb and record-store clerk Jim Craine out of a mutual admiration for punk rock and pre-industrial noise auteurs Throbbing Gristle. Bringing in Dan Workman, a longtime jazz freak and recent convert to new wave, to play guitar, the group released its first 7" single, Another Miracle/Consider Museums as Concentration Camps, in 1980 with no intention of ever playing live to support it. But soon enough, local demand...
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