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Nervebreakers- Hijack The Radio LP ~RARE WHITE AND BLUE DRIP COLOR SWIRL WAX!

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Nervebreakers- Hijack The Radio LP.  'Hijack The Radio' is an anthology of mid to late 70s studio recordings, some of which ended up on the Nervebreakers late-70’s 7" vinyl releases on Wild Child Records and one of them was from the Texas punk compilation ‘Are We Too Late For The Trend?’ along with a few others that have never been publicly released. This LP includes the original (and best) hit recording of “My Girlfriend Is A Rock”, the title anthem “Hijack The Radio” along with punk classics like ”Why Am I So Flipped?”, “I Wanna Kill You”, and “I Love Your Neurosis”. The LP also includes proto-punk, psych-y gems like “My Life Is Ruined” and “Beyond The Borderline”. A quality reissue if you’re a Nervebreakers fan pressed on beefy 180 gram wax.  THIS IS THE SUPER LIMITED WHITE AND BLUE DRIP COLOR SWIRL VINYL VERSION OF THIS LP.  The vinyl on these look really cool!

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