Plasmatics - New Hope For The Wretched mp3 album
New Hope for the Wretched is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Plasmatics. It was released on October 2, 1980 by Stiff Records. Jimmy Miller, former producer of The Rolling Stones, was the initial producer for the album.
New Hope For The Wretched (1980) 1 Tight Black Pants 00:00 2 Monkey Suit 01:47 3 Living Dead 05:14 4 Test Tube Babies 06:49 5 Won't You 08:44 6. Label: Stiff America Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: 1980 - 2000 Genre: Punk Rock Tracklist Side A 1. Tight Black Pants - 00:00 2. Monkey Suit. OK, this one was a fan request. I had never heard of this band before, but it turned out to be super fun to do and I ended up really digging the band.
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Band Name Plasmatics. Album Name New Hope for the Wretched.
Re-released in 2001 by Plasmatics Media with three live tracks and the "Metal Priestess" EP as bonus tracks: 13. Tight Black Pants (Live) 14. Living Dead (Live) 15.
This two-fer reissue from New York shock merchants the Plasmatics makes for a somewhat odd pairing, with the band's most punk-friendly album, 1980's New Hope for the Wretched, matched up with the 1981 EP Metal Priestess, where the band made its first clear bid for acceptance by the world's heavy metal kids.
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|A1||Tight Black Pants||1:44|
|A4||Test Tube Babies||1:51|
Written-By – Funuhara
|B1||Want You Baby||1:53|
Written-By – Darin*
- Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – C5259
- Bass Guitar – Jean Beauvoir
- Drums, Electronic Drums [Syndrums] – Stu Deutsch
- Engineer – Trevor Hallsey*
- Lead Guitar – Richie Stotts
- Mixed By – Ed Stasium, Rod Swenson
- Percussion – Jimmy Miller (tracks: A2, B2)
- Photography By – Butch Star
- Photography By [Photo Assistant] – John Michaels
- Producer – Ed Stasium (tracks: A7), Jimmy Miller
- Product Manager [Plasmatics Concept], Management – Rod Swenson
- Rhythm Guitar – Wes Beech
- Vocals, Saxophone, Performer [Chainsaw, Machine Gun] – Wendy Orlean Williams*
- Written-By – Stotts* (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B1, B3 to B5), Axeman* (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B5), Beech* (tracks: A2, A7)
NotesOrange vomit vinyl
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings Runout Side A): EVERYONES A KILLER STEVE XXXIII
- Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings Runout Side B): XXXX AND NO FILLER STEVE
- Matrix / Runout (Machine-stamped Runout Side A): SEEZ 24-A-1 C5259
- Matrix / Runout (Machine-stamped Runout Side B): SEEZ 24-B-2 C5259
|USE 9||Plasmatics||New Hope For The Wretched (LP, Album)||Stiff America||USE 9||US||1980|
|MVD6878LP||Plasmatics||New Hope For The Wretched (LP, Album, RE, Tra)||MVD Audio||MVD6878LP||US||2015|
|SEEZ 24||Plasmatics||New Hope For The Wretched (LP, Album, Gre)||Stiff Records||SEEZ 24||UK||1980|
|SEEZ 24||Plasmatics||New Hope For The Wretched (LP, Album, Col)||Stiff Records||SEEZ 24||UK||1980|
|CDM RED 204||Plasmatics||New Hope For The Wretched Plus Bonus Tracks (CD, RE)||Cherry Red||CDM RED 204||UK||2002|