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The Clap- Clean Living and Penicillin CD ~VERY RARE!

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The Clap- Clean Living and Penicillin CD.  Savage American Punk from 1981. Both sides of their blistering debut single "Don't Say No" and Killed By Kindness are here along with 7 other rippers including "VD's No Laughing Matter", “Release Me” and "Insubordinate". Great stuff as always from The Clap. For those not in the know The Clap are a vintage 70's punk band that formed in the Lehigh Valley of PA in 1978. Being inspired by the New York and British punk scenes that were just starting to form back than the Clap took their own unique landscape as a punk band from the midwest and incorporated that into their own sound. The Clap self released their first single in 1981 on their own label called Strain Records and continue to release the bands music to this day. The Clap can be heard on Killed By Death #22. With very little distribution over the years, The Clap’s records are pretty hard to find. This is the 4th release on the bands own Strain Records.

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