the days when the boys could barely see over the edge of the pinball machines
they were playing, they released this weird vynil morsel designed to revoloutionize
the entire music industry. Although Tracy Chapman and Sting would still have
solo careers years later anyway, you really can't blame 'em for giving it
a shot. After all, even killing them today wouldn't get them off the radio.
Thus began the "Pop" in Popdefect... Amazingly, still available!
We keep finding them in closets when we move... $3.50
End Up / Rococo Crispies 45rpm
for time EP
demonstrated to a shocked public that POPDeFECT had indeed learned how to
play their instruments at last. Recieving little coverage on network news
for this miraculous acheivement, at least the band's producer, Pete "Fucked
'em up" Barnes stopped making snide remarks about the drummer being a
of print for a little over a million or so years)
three heads shown on the Hard
single cover became a tour symbol during the zany "Tired Boys Club"
tour in which the boys proved they weren't getting all that much better but
they sure were getting Faster! (Out
of print for a million or so years)
To Billie Joe 10"
was the start of the "weird records" period for POPDeFECT. The bizzare
size and perplexing speed possibilities caused DJ's on college radio to actually
spin the little demon to see if it worked. A popular radio hit, the 10"
sold out rather quickly, so...
(Forget about it, it's GONE...)
After the 10" sometime the boys got real loopy at Al's Bar and decided
to release their instrumentals traditionallly used to open the live shows.
They wouldn't fit at 45rpm, so even though this little freak of nature is
little it plays at 33 1/3. (Out
of print for just short of a million or so years)
They did, and now it's your turn. Twelve almost never released tunes to stretch
your head and drive home just what in the hell POPDeFECT is all about anyway.This
LP proved at the time unquestionably that now that they've gotten faster...they're
getting better as well. About time, you idiots! $8.00
Postpaid LP--sorry man, CD's were just being invented!
45rpm Watch out for what the Superpower Record Companies are shoving down
your throat!! Sterilize your mind from mainstream bullshit (and even the Ebolla
virus) with this way cool disc. Soothing to the touch, like having your head
sanded on the ears! $3.50
of Fear / Paper Imitation
45rpm Released by Dionysus way back when, there are rumors that it still can
be had from them. A strange little record about Fear and scary stuff as well
as a little story about Al's friend Manuella. The only thing better for music
than surgically removing Vanilla Ice's feet. $3.50
Degree Road Burn
EP That's right, the rascals have done it again! Tired of listening to their
producer whine about reocrding levels and under tremendous pressure to release
ANYTHIING from Flipside, POPDeFECT releases this, a record full of songs they
didn't even write! A Surf Song! An Angsty Punky Song! A really BAD song! A
Paper Tulips Song! What in hell more do you want? Too bad there aren't any
more, huh!? Ha Ha Ha Ha!! (Out
of print for hundreds of years)
Desmadre / That was it
45rpm Now here's a wild one for you. Like the cover suggests, pandemonium!
In between "Boss" Hutchinson knocking over the drums at every given
moment and the actual drummer himself being too drunk to play them, Mastermind
John "Iain" (o') Higgin (s) records the boys in horrifying clarity.
/ LP "Those crazy sons of bitches famous! It could never happen!!"
Scarier thoughts are rarely thunk!! Unlucky 13 songs from the boys complete
with horrifyingly realistic bonus tracks depicting the end of the world as
envisioned by POPDeFECT! It just simply is not God's way. $11.00
Cold Shoulder / Popdefect Overture / Bloody Knuckles
45rpm Tearing it up with their tried and true T Town teammates, It's a one-two
punch with POPDeFECT covering Girl Trouble's "Cold Shoulder" and
the Tacoma Twisters themselves getting a dig in on Charlie with "Bloody
Knuckles". Practically dances by itself! How about that K.P. Kendall!!
Don't Be Hateful CD
Finally caving to the CD revoloution for the "big" records, POPDeFECT
give you a totally wierd record dripping with primitive Roland Space Echo
and lots of feedback and bad patchcord crackles. I guess they aren't quite
up to modern times yet after all. Mindbending bonus tracks make this release
a must hear. $8.00 Postpaid
Live at Big Bear CD
/ Movie--Break out the Kiddie Drumset with the 16" Kick Drum and we're
off to an LSD like experience in the freaky ski resort town of Big Bear! You'll
thrill to the way weird sounds of The Defect themselves blasting the heads
off small town ski bums! Wild versions of classic pop hits as well as offbeat
Popdefect originals hardly ever played live 'cause usually they're too drunk
to remember 'em! Also filmed as a full length movie shot by Brad Vanderburg
of "Live with this" fame, you can almost taste the grit and wickedness
of manager Eddie Connolly as he rips the boys off for every dime they've earned!
Astounding!! $11.00 Postpaid
Brenda Day / I am a Poseur
45rpm Released on the fabulous Scooch
Pooch label from big haired old Seattle, the frightening presence of Jean
"Frenchie" Habermann on this record playing the first ever saxophone
on a POPDeFECT record is one of the stranger things the boys have attempted
in a while. And he plays on an X Ray Spex cover as well, which is even cooler...
House of Rock / Ichabob Crane
Well it's on to Portland, now and weird surf songs from both POPDeFECT and
Portland's own Satan's Pilgrims, who both share an affinity for the "Dark
Side" of surf music, but won't let that stop 'em when it's time to get
down and frug and show those stupid Gremmies what we're made of! Mancini would
be proud. Dead, but proud. $3.50 Postpaid
Also available direct from POPDeFECT a limited quantity
of the "Silverlake, What a Drag"
compilation, which features two really stoned versions of POPDeFECT new ones
"Veena's Revenge" and "Rock in my hand". A must for you
Millies eating, Spaceland going, Beck listening Silverlaker wannabes!! $10.00
Some of this catalog is still available, you can contact POPDeFECT via their Facebook page at:
international orders email us
and we'll tell you how much to send. Probably millions.