Teenage Jesus and the Jerks / Beirut Slump - Shut Up and Bleed (CD)

Teenage Jesus and the Jerks / Beirut Slump - Shut Up and Bleed (CD)

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A major part of the no wave scene in late-seventies New York!

Collects the following: tracks from the infamous No New York compilation, Ophans/Less of Me (single), Pre-12 inch EP, Baby Doll / Freud In Flop / Race Mixing single, Hysterie compilation track, Try Me / Staircase EP, Live at Max's Kansas City 1977, unreleased live performance 1978.

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Track listing

  1. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Red Alert
  2. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Orphans
  3. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Burning Rubber
  4. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - The Closet
  5. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Less of Me
  6. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Freud in Flop
  7. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - I Woke Up Dreaming
  8. Beirut Slump - See Pretty
  9. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Baby Doll
  10. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Race Mixing
  11. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Crown of Thorns
  12. Beirut Slump - Staircase
  13. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Less of Me
  14. Beirut Slump - Tornado Warnings
  15. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - My Eyes
  16. Beirut Slump - Case #14
  17. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Red Alert
  18. Beirut Slump - I am the Lord Jesus
  19. Beirut Slump - Sidewalk
  20. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Burning Rubber
  21. Beirut Slump - Try Me
  22. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - The Closet
  23. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Eliminate By Night (Live)
  24. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - I Woke Up Dreaming
  25. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Roll Your Thunder (Live)
  26. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - No Morality
  27. Beirut Slump - G-I Blue
  28. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Popularity is So Boring
  29. Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Red Alert (Live)

Review

Shut Up and Bleed is brutal and uncompromising music not meant for the faint of heart, and there's no doubt that's exactly what both bands had in mind; this is a vital document of New York's no wave scene at its purest and most devastating. - 4/5