Unreleased 1978 EP by Hollywood punk band The Snot Puppies produced by Geza X.
Made up of students enrolled at Beverly Hills High School, including
Jeff McGregor (a one time member of the Screamers), The Snot Puppies were active for a few short months between 1977 and 1978. On July 9th they played The Masque, on August 15th they made this record and just weeks later they called it a day.
Remastered from the original 1/4" master tape by Geza X and made available for the first time in this official pressing of 500.
While the first 2 tracks were included on KBD #13 (albeit in lesser quality), the 3rd track, PCP, has not been bootlegged or released anywhere until now.
released July 27, 2020
Dan Nickoll - Vocals
Stewart Richlin - Guitar
Ricky Mintz - Drums
Jeff McGregor - Bass
supported by 10 fans who also own “Snot Puppies (1978)”
This record was announced for release when I was sick with Covid. X has always has a special place in my heart since late 70’s early 80’s.
It just made my day!!
Especially the song I gotta fever!! seanstabu
supported by 6 fans who also own “Snot Puppies (1978)”
For the past, I’m gonna say, several years there’s been an explosion of great underground garage and punk rock in the American midwest. One prolific musician rising in this scene and gaining vast popularity with his weirdo, poppy, jump’n all over the place kind of frantic garage rock music that only he can make is Erik Nervous. And with The Beta Blockers adds even more depth to his music. Such an awesome band! Red