Saturday, September 5, 2009

Disappointments - s/t 7"


Not to be confused with the 90's punkband. This one is the band from Muskegon, MI. The label states the bandname as Elvis Roy And The Disappointments. Think this 7" was released in 1987.
They were also the backing band of GG Allin when he played in Muskegon.
21 tracks of HC thrash with lots of changes. Elvis Roy blasts his lyrics at high velocity through the ultra-short songs.

Note: some tracks recorded as one rip as it was impossible to seperate them.

1. Better You Than Me
2. Scar Yourself
3. Drink It Away
4. Brainwashed
5. Possessed
6. Wanker
7. Rehash
8. Squared
9. Find A Job
10. The Woe
11. Trash Fever
12. Big Fat Boss Man
13. No Pot
14. P.U.P.
15. Putting It Off
16. Credit Due
17. Wishing Well
18. Did It Wrong
19. Next To Impossible
20. Hint To Move
21. Mama Done Told Me

Disappointments

11 comments:

Honquijote said...

Thanks a lot for this one - sounds great...!

Anonymous said...

That's an overlooked ripper! Thanxxx.

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Lo-Res Viscera said...

A lost MIHC classic! Thanks for the rip!

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Grk! said...

Wanted this one for bloody ages after hearing several tracks on John Peel's show back in 1988. THANK YOU!

Also, "Better You Than Me" was sampled by the breakcore artist Pisstank on his split EP with Kid606.

Todd said...

I can't tell you how many Disappointments shows I saw at the Icepick in Muskegon. One day I'll get around to scanning in all my photos I took (1986-1990). The lyrics are hilarious too.

Brittaney73 said...

I am ElvisRoy please hook me up with any pictures of the band you have they would be great to see! elvisroy13@hotmail.com

Brittaney73 said...

Haha I'm not Elvis Roy as the above comment says, but my friend who IS Elvis Roy left that comment while I was on here. Haha. Oh, I have that vinyl that's pictured at the top. Pretty awesome.

Curious Guy said...

New link. Enjoy!

elvisroy said...

I am Elvisroy of the Disappointments. There are records left that Bob might sell. if interested give me a shout.