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October 15, 2009

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Jon Solomon

The Soundgarden/Bullet Lavolta bill also had Rapeman on it, no?

r:m:b

If it did, I have no memory of it! Which is rather pathetic, but would be a good companion feather for my cap next to the Pussy Galore concert I also don't remember attending. (Yet apparently did.)

Jon Solomon

Actually, Soundgarden/Bullet Lavolta might have had Leather Studded Diaphragm opening! I will try and find my Punkcard.

jeff

>>>Leather Studded Diaphragm

holy crap. my gf mentioned these guys the other day. i think it was an echo & the bunnymen gig @ rutgers in the gym on college ave.

awesome list, man.

Martha

So we were both at that poorly attended BLV/Soundgarden show but I didn't know you then - I find that unsettling, for some reason. I am pretty sure Rapeman wasn't on that bill - it was those two bands touring together and I guess LSD for some local, uh, flavor though I don't remember them.

Adam

Bullet LaVolta and Rapeman played together at in Trenton in 1988. This Soundgarden / BLV show was a year later.

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