Saturday, December 11, 2010

Black Eyes Club - Demo

Here's a pretty obscure demo tape I could obtain this year. Black Eyes Club was a short-lived HC band of Ontario who were into skating as this tape is a benefit for the Hamilton Skateboard Assembly.
Black Eyes Club have a strong early Hüsker Dü influence. They even cover 'Lifeline' of them.
There were plans for a 7" on Schizophrenic Records but the band already fell apart. Too bad.
Don't know when the tape was recorded but must be the first half of this decade.

1. Pain And Suffering While Watching Solid Gold
2. Father, Son And The Holy Shit
3. $6.85 Is The Real Number Of The Beast
4. Strings Attached
5. Shove Your Fencepost Up Your Ass
6. System, System
7. Thank You Mr. McAllen
8. One Day At The Time
9. Black Eye
10. Lifeline

Black Eyes Club


Honquijote said...

Thanks for sharing this!

Viacomclosedmedown on youtube said...

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Curious Guy said...

Both welcome as always!

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Wain said...

This came out around '04 My friend John was the singer.He used to do a zine called Diet Society when he lived here in Austin Tx.
Punkest dude I knew.
Good Shit!

Curious Guy said...

Thanks for the comment Wain.

VegaX said...

Thanks this is actually pretty amazing stuff!

Anonymous said...

Killer stuff! Thanks for sharing.

Jon K. said...

Heya, I'm Jon and I was the singer. We recorded the demo in 2002, but I think we had it out by 2003. Definitely was a labour of love. Max Ward loved it, and we were supposed to do a 7" on Deranged that never materialized then we broke up.

There were two covers for the demo, the one you have as well as a boxing themed one. There were a ton of CD-R's as well. Glad to see that folks like it.

Curious Guy said...

New link. Enjoy!