Let’s get rid of New York

Back in 1977 punk was booming in the U.K. and New York. But in L.A. it was lurking in the shadows. One of the first things, that was also the first release on the legendary Dangerhouse records was this 7″ by the Randoms. 

So unbelievably stoked, since it is a very good looking copy with even the original outer sleeve. The single it self is a killer too.
Just two more till I completed my quest for the Dangerhouse singles.

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  1. […] I managed to cross off two of my main wants when it comes to Dangerhouse records. Just need that Rhino 39 7″ to complete the […]

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