Jim Jacobi & Crap Detectors | Ghosts from the Past: 1977-1993, Vol. 1

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Ghosts from the Past: 1977-1993, Vol. 1

by Jim Jacobi & Crap Detectors

The garage/punk songs from yesterday.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. You Take Pleasure (Recorded 1977)
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2. Set Program (1979)
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3. Superficial World (1980)
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4. I Ain't Bad
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5. convenient Music for in People
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6. someone's Sick (1981)
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7. i Want to Survive the Nuclear War (1982)
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8. In a Box (1982)
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9. She Wouldn't Stop (1983)
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10. Lucky
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11. Mausoleum
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12. Bad Boy (1984)
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13. Trend (1991)
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14. The Gift
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15. Don't Know Who to Trust (1993)
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16. Junkies
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17. Ghosts
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18. Rock to the Modern World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In order to present the garage band experience in the way it was intended, I purposely kept the volume of all recording’s the same as they were mastered at. Some will appear louder and will have different E.Q.s. Jim Jacobi The 1st recordings were done on a TEAC 4 channel recorder. This is the D.I.Y. experience to the maximum. Released in 1978 and 79 were Victims of the Media (L.P.) and Police state/Set Program ( 45). Superficial World was released in 1980 (L.P.in the studio)) and Someone’s sick (45) in 1981. The song “I ain’t bad” on Superficial world was done live in the studio. No dubbing. The Crap Detector E.P. was released in 1982 and was the closest thing to punk recorded by the Detectors. Diseases on Display in 1983 turned out to be the farthest thing from punk and was very artsy followed by Cut the Crap (L.P. before the clash released same title) in 1984..These were all done in Lincoln Nebraska with a new band practically for every release. The Crap Detectors moved to the Dallas/Ft worth area in 1985 and began a new band and going back to the direction of Victims and Police State. This band was a live band only with a lot of new material being written and performed in Texas.
The Crap Detectors became a Seattle band in 1989 with a release of most of the Texas songs in 1991. The next release was in 1993 with a few more Texas songs (1st CD) with some remakes and a feeling of what Seattle meant to an outsider. The CD was titled A taste for the Absurd.


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