Ground Zero- S/T LP. Ground Zero was an odd ball collective, with members hailing from various states (Maine, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts). The group consisted of musicians, film makers, photographers, xerographers and videographers, who -in the late '70s- decided to join skills to produce an anarchic, movable musical and visual feast, combining post-war angst, deconstructed '60s pop with Dada and existential influences. They were one of the first punk/art groups to combine all of these diverse elements into their live performances and led the way in transforming the Boston art and music scene in the late '70s and early '80s. The group recorded a 45 rpm, 'Ground Zero', in 1979 and a follow-up 33 rpm, 7"-inch EP, 'Born To Be Bombed', in 1980. Both of those hard to find singles are collected here on this reissue. Italian import.