Read Army Faction

Read Army Faction

Various Artists 7-inch

No Idea

This is a split seven inch between Discount, Avail, Hot Water Music, and the Weakerthans. Powerful stuff. All the tracks were taken from Allied Records’ Return of the Read Menace CD compilation. That was a benefit for AK Press, as is this. I’m guessing these songs turned up here in an effort to keep them around now that Allied is no more. Four necessary songs if you don’t have them already, and even if you do, it’s a neat new format. A worthy benefit, well worth the three bucks. Go read a book, and make it something interesting.

No Idea Records, P.O. Box 14636, Gainesville, FL 32604, http://www.noidearecords.com; AK Press, P.O. Box 40682, San Francisco, CA 94140-0682

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