HARRY PUSSY

Live

(Cherry Smash - CS039) 10-inch $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

Hot, sweaty noise rock from 1998. Highlight includes a cover of Kraftwerk’s “Showroom Dummies.”

HARRY PUSSY

Ride A Dove

(Siltbreeze - SB50) CD $10.00

Behold the awesome splatter in all its raw disregard. You may rightly wonder what you have done to deserve such thrills as will be bestowed upon skull once Harry Pussy’s guitar-drums-shriek begins its inward seepage. Something wonderful, no doubt.

HARRY PUSSY

[untitled]

([ no label ]) Used LP $17.00 (Out-of-stock)

Typically spectacular, spastic rock from 1997, with ferocious drumming, primal screech, and an inexplicably bluesy base.

HARRY PUSSY

What Was Music?

(Siltbreeze - SB60) CD $10.00

Lo-fi and off-the-cuff. The explosive spirit of free jazz applied to post-punk experimental aesthetics. Gloriously primitive highbrow hoot by one of the greatest duos of all time.

HARRY PUSSY

You’ll Never Play This Town Again

(Load - 121) CD $11.00 (Out-of-stock)

Scattered, smothered, covered, chunked, topped, diced and peppered American free rock from the Clinton-era three-piece. Complies the long out-of-print self-released tour 12-inch from 1997, the Live 10-inch (Cherry Smash 1998), Live at Salon Zwerge 12-inch (Blackbean And Placenta Tape Club 1998), Toxic Drunks / Radiation Nation (De Stijl 1997), and tracks from split-7s with Pelt (Klang Industries 1998) and Frosty (Menlo Park 1997)