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John Wesley Coleman And The Gaylords- Radio 7” ~RARE ORANGE WAX

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John Wesley Coleman And The Gaylords- Radio 7”.  John Wesley Coleman goes punk, Texas style. Lo-fi and impromptu, this 7" carries on where Wes' stellar debut Steal My Mind left off—just weirder and faster. "Radio," is the first single with the Gaylords backing John Wesley Coleman. Both songs on this single are stripped down and to the point, with Coleman repeating phrases like "I gotta radio" and "messin' with my brain" over and over. While "Radio" builds to a climatic ending with swirling synthesizers and blown out guitars, "Aliens" is over in less than two minutes, leaving the listener to wonder if Coleman and company got abducted at the end of this session. A weird mix of fried psych and burly punk on this great single from ex members of the Golden Boys and Ape-Shits. 500 COPIES WERE PRESSED. THESE ARE ON THE LIMITED ORANGE WAX!

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