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Melvins – Outtakes From 1st 7" 1986. Label: Do The Right Thing Records – CSJ-1008. Format: Vinyl, 7", Reissue, Unofficial Release, white. Outtakes from the Six Songs EP sessions recorded in 1986. Reissue with large center hole. White vinyl with plain black labels.
This article does not cite any sources. Melvins live in concert October 13, 2006 - pictured are Buzz Osborne, Coady Willis, Dale Crover (hidden behind the drums) and Jared Warren from left to right. 7. Compilation albums. Outtakes from 1st 7". Do The Right Thing Records.
Melvins core members are Roger "Buzz" Osborne AKA King Buzzo (guitar/vocals) and Dale Crover (drums). In recent years Buzz and Dale recorded and performed with various line-ups, . as a four piece with the members of Big Business, Jared and Coady, who play bass and drums respectively, as Melvins Lite. The name Melvins came from a grocery clerk at the Thriftway in Montesano where King Buzzo served as clerk and vandal. Melvin was the most hated fellow employee and they felt it to be an appropriately ridiculous name.
Outtakes from 1st 7".
Melvins is the eponymous debut EP by the Melvins, released in 1986 through C/Z Records. The original release was a vinyl 7", commonly referred to as Six Songs. Tracks 1-10 are taken from the 1991 eight/ten song, LP/CD version rerelease of this album.
In October 1986, they recorded their first full-length album, Gluey Porch Treatments, at Studio D in Sausalito, California. The album was released in 1987 on Alchemy Records. Gluey Porch Treatments was later coupled with their second album Ozma for the Boner Records CD release. Due to its experimental nature, Melvins took its next album, Prick, to Amphetamine Reptile Records. Record label conflicts prevented the band from releasing any records under the name "Melvins", so the album was released with the band name written in mirror. The band returned to Atlantic one last time for 1996's Stag, which entered the Heatseekers chart at number 33. Melvins were dropped by Atlantic Records in 1997 after three albums.
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|CSJ-1008||Melvins||Outtakes From 1st 7" 1986 (7", Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Do The Right Thing Records||CSJ-1008||US||1989|
|CSJ-1008||Melvins||Outtakes From 1st 7" 1986 (7", RE, Unofficial)||Do The Right Thing Records||CSJ-1008||2007|
|CSJ-1008||Melvins||Outtakes From 1st 7" 1986 (7", RE, Unofficial, whi)||Do The Right Thing Records||CSJ-1008||2007|
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