No, not BLâ€™AST, and not even SUNSHINE SUPER SCUM â€“ Iâ€™m talking about this very recent (late 2006) 45 from Michiganâ€™s RED RED RED, one of the most ripping, wild, noxo punk rock records of the 21st century thus far. Finding information on the band online was a bit of a chore, what with a malfunctioning band website, a poorly-updated page from their current label, and next-to-nothing written about them. After a bit of sleuthing I found their Myspace page, and from there learned that this project contains an ex-member of THE PIRANHAS, a band who, in retrospect, were pretty frigginâ€™ great themselves. A must-purchase is their LP/CD collection of their first two 45s â€“ I wrote about it here.
RED RED RED honestly sound like they were coughed from a rough night of coupling between â€™81 BLACK FLAG (with Dez on vocals) and