Year zeroThe farewell album of this Los Angeles punkrockband. If you dug their D.Derby 7'' (& their other releases), you'll find plenty of your liking here, but there's also some more balanced songs, with maybe a Minutemen touch. This is the band of guitarist Tony Fate, who previously played in the early 80's punkband the Sins & these days in the Bell Rays. The Bell Rays have actually covered several Grey Spikes songs from this album on their own records (''stupid fuckin' people'' & ''chemical''), so here's your chance to check out the originals.
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