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Artist: SCREAMIN MEE-MEES
Title: Nude Invisible Foot Phenomenon
Format: LP
Label: Bag of Hammers
Country: USA
Price: $13.00
"..rumbles of lo-fi psychedelic punk from Mr. Bruce Cole and Mr. Jon Ashline." - Bag of Hammers. 1996 release.
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Artist: SCREAMIN MEE-MEES
Title: Answer Me
Format: 7"
Label: Brinkman
Country: USA
Price: $4.50
"More freaked-out, minimalist guitar ruckus from the man thats been turning his moms basement into party-central since the late-60s. Eternal teenager, Bruce Cole, and his drummer-buddy Jon Ashline play their garage rock several sheet to the wind, always. "PLAY LOUD ON CHEAP STEREO!" It says on the cover, "preferably with a stack of Schlitz or Pabst within arms reach" should have been added. This 45 originally came out in 1996. Grab one before theyre gone." -Brinkman

Artist: SCREAMIN MEE-MEES
Title: Garbage Collage
Format: CD
Label: Gulcher
Country: USA
Price: $12.50
"A collection of unreleased tracks from the vaults recorded between 1975 and 1980 by St. Louis underground rock sensations the SCREAMIN MEE-MEES. Includes the cuts "Struck Out (Again)" (a redo of a tune from their debut The Basement EP), "Be Retarded," "Cmon Jimmy," "Money Back Guarantee," "A Group of Women," "No Known Antidote," "Disco For Drunks," "Too Young To Shave Part Two," and many more."
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Artist: SCREAMIN MEE-MEES
Title: Comedy Hour
Format: Cass
Label: Rerun
Country: USA
Price: $6.50
"Although the Screamin Mee-Mees are best known for their 1977 EP, the D.I.Y. Punk masterpiece "Live From The Basement", the boys had been making tapes since the late 60s. They recorded goofball rock n folk songs on guitar and homemade drums, Kraut Rock-n-pot fueled white noise jams and the odd bit of comedy, organ music and other experimentations. This cassette is a real gem Im proud to have re-discovered during one of our many excavations of Bruce Coles basement. Recorded around 69 or 70, the tape was long thought lost and not heard for a couple decades. The first side is Bruce and Jon of the Mee-Mees putting on a production of "TV shows" with songs and bits, including a variety show with the boys posing as a couple rock bands. The second side starts with Bruce and Jon recording their observations as they drove around Ferguson in Jons Javelin station wagon. After that trek, the boys head back home to play a handful of original songs. Vocals by both, with Bruce on acoustic guitar and Jon on coffee can drums. About a full hour glimpse into the minds of the Mee-Mees, a very, very scary place. Shrink-wrapped, pro-made, chrome cassette with full color cover. CS is limited to 100 copies." -Rerun.

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