Saccharine Trust

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Saccharine Trust - Past Lives Past Lives
Punk Used - LP 149 SST
1989 2LP Original. Jacket Has Some Issues - Small Spine Crack, Bottom Center Seam Crack And One Very Dented Corner, Hence Price. “Over The Course Of 75 Gripping Minutes (Gleaned From A Vault Stocked With Seven Years' Worth Of Live Tapes Made By Machines Of Wildly Differing Audio Quality), Past Lives Paints A Slightly More Complete (If Less Stark) Picture Of Saccharine Trust's Awesome Live Capabilities As Both Inward-Looking Improvisers And Kick-Out-The-Jams Shamen. Quick Cuts Between The Two Facets That Also Crisscross Chronological "Order" Create Some Jarring Juxtapositions, But That's Probably The Idea. Only One Song Is Repeated From Worldbroken; The Seven Tracks That Are Otherwise Unavailable Include One Rare Glimpse Of The Band, (Spiritual) Lampshades On Heads, Ripping Through Black Flag's "Six Pack." – Trouserpress.com... more details
 
Saccharine Trust - Paganicons Paganicons
Punk Used - LP 006 SST
1981 Original With Custom Lyrics Insert. Debut Release From SoCal Punks That Incorporated Elements Of Prog Rock And Avant-Garde Jazz.... more details
 
Saccharine Trust - We Became Snakes We Became Snakes
Punk Used - LP 048 SST
Hard To Find 1986 Masterpiece. Vinyl Appears Glossy. “Sharp, Tuneful, But Retaining The Ragged Dissonance Of Their Earlier Records, We Became Snakes Is Probably The Saccharine Trust Record To Own. Produced By Mike Watt, Snakes Is The Most Coherent And Focused Of The Trust Discography, But That In No Way Means It's Significantly Less Adventurous, Rigorously Demanding, Or Fun. Perhaps Due To Watt's Presence, The Rhythm Section Sounds Beefed Up And Keeps The Rest Of The Band In Line, But Never Puts A Stranglehold On The Possibilities Inherent In Free Improvisation. Not Exactly What You'd Call A Groovefest, Snakes Is The Best Place To Get A Taste Of What Saccharine Trust Was Up To.” – John Dougan, AMG... more details
 
Saccharine Trust - World Broken World Broken
Punk Used - LP 046 SST
Beautiful 1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Recorded Live At Mccabe's Guitar Shop In Los Angeles With Help From Minutemen Bassist Mike Watt, Worldbroken Is Wholly Improvised -- The Band Showed Up, Started Playing, Then Stopped After About An Hour. It's Not One Seamless Song, But A Series Of Hallucinatory Segments That Ebb And Flow Like A Thick Liquid Sloshing Around In A Container. Even The Parts That Don't Work, Don't Go On Too Long, And What You're Left With Is A Mostly Fresh, At Times Exciting, Approach To Live Rock Performance. Walking A Tightrope Without A Net, Saccharine Trust Occasionally Stumble, But Never Fall Throughout The Course Of This Album.” – John Dougan, AMG... more details
 
Saccharine Trust - We Became Snakes We Became Snakes
Punk New - LP 048 SST
Sealed, Hard To Find 1986 Masterpiece. “Sharp, Tuneful, But Retaining The Ragged Dissonance Of Their Earlier Records, We Became Snakes Is Probably The Saccharine Trust Record To Own. Produced By Mike Watt, Snakes Is The Most Coherent And Focused Of The Trust Discography, But That In No Way Means It's Significantly Less Adventurous, Rigorously Demanding, Or Fun. Perhaps Due To Watt's Presence, The Rhythm Section Sounds Beefed Up And Keeps The Rest Of The Band In Line, But Never Puts A Stranglehold On The Possibilities Inherent In Free Improvisation. Not Exactly What You'd Call A Groovefest, Snakes Is The Best Place To Get A Taste Of What Saccharine Trust Was Up To.” – John Dougan, AMG... more details
 

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