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Dead Kennedys - 1983 - Plastic Surgery Disaster

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    Dead Kennedys - 1983 - Plastic Surgery Disaster
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    • Dead Kennedys - Terminal Preppie.mp3
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    Plastic Surgery Disasters
    Release Date : 1983

    Recorded at Hyde Street Studios and Mobius Music.Licensed from Statik Records Includes a 28-page 11" booklet with B&W photos + lyricsLacquer Cut By, Pressed By uncredited, identified by runout stamps and etchings.

    Dead Kennedys Biography

    Legendary punk band hailing from San Francisco, formed in 1978 & fronted by [a=Jello Biafra] (Eric Boucher). They split up in the mid-80s, and there has been animosity between Jello and the rest of the band since the late '90s, with recent court case awarding all the rights to all the songs to the rest of the band.

    Dead Kennedys are a punk rock band that formed in San Francisco, California, USA in 1978. During its initial eight-year run with original vocalist Jello Biafra, the band attracted controversy for their provocative content and were among the first to define the style of 1980s hardcore punk.

    Dead Kennedys' lyrics were usually political in nature, satirizing the Reagan Administration and the American establishment in general, as well as popular culture and even the punk movement itself. Several stores refused to stock their recordings, sparking debate about censorship in rock music. Jello Biafra became an active campaigner against the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), culminating in an obscenity trial in 1985-1986 which resulted in a hung jury.

    The group released a total of four studio albums and one EP before disbanding in 1986. Following the band's dissolution, Jello Biafra continued to collaborate and record with other artists including D.O.A., NoMeansNo and his own bands Lard and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, as well as releasing spoken word performances and becoming an activist with the Green Party.

    In 2000, Jello Biafra lost an acrimonious legal case initiated by his former Dead Kennedys band mates over songwriting credits and unpaid royalties. In 2001, the band reformed; various singers have since been recruited for vocal duties.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - New Rose Records

    New Rose Records was created by Patrick Mathé and Louis Thévenon in 1981. They grew into the biggest indie label in Europe, and also promoted numerous smallest labels through their distribution activity. In 1992 the label was sold to l27044, but disappeared early in 1994. After that, Patrick Mathé created l19856, taking most part of the New Rose catalog of artists, and also reissued some records amongst new releases.
    For the distributor, please use l26594.

    bImportant note:/b
    The NR ### you can find on the releases are not catalogue numbers, but price codes (New Rose was also one of the biggest independent distributors in France). These codes are not unique and therefore should only be entered in the BAOI section.
    New Rose records releases were distributed initially by RCA (first releases, from 1981 to mid 1982), then by l26594 until late 1992.
    In this period, except for the first records distributed by New Rose in 1982, a price code can be found on the sleeves: NR 1xx for 7", NR 2xx for 12", NR 3xx for LPs, NR 6xx for CD singles, NR 7xx for the CD albums. Also from 1984 to en 1986, Musidisc (co)distributed New Rose records (adding their own code MU xxx).
    From late 1992 (after label was sold to Fnac Music), the distribution was done by New Rose / Wotre Music Distribution (code WM xxx).