SFA – “The 87-88 Tapes” LP


State of Mind Recordings

Includes booklet (546 copies). 2021

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SFA – “The 87-88 Tapes” LP

Emerging from the New York hardcore scene in 1985, SFA (‘Stands For Anything’) successfully bridged the two scenes of the politicised DIY camp that centred around ABC No Rio, and the harder edged youth crew style that was always associated with CBGBs. The 1990’s album New Morality was perhaps their peak achievement, but previous to that was a slightly different version of SFA that was fronted by future Go! vocalist Mike Bullshit. This timely reissue of those earlier years combines their two tapes – “Demo” (1987) and “Tanks A Lot” (1988). Thirty songs (24 studio and six live at CBGBs) including a nice, 12″ eight page booklet with flyers, pictures, a 1988 lyric sheet, the band’s 1988 interview from Bullshit Monthly, and a current interview.

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Weight .5 kg
Dimensions 36 × 35 × .5 cm