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GG Allin – No Rules / A Fuckup // Up Against The Wall / NYC Tonight (7-inch)
Label: Orange ORA-71
Year: 1982

The “No Rules” EP marks the last vinyl outing for the Jabbers, and also marks the last time GG recorded in an actual studio for quite some time. The crisp uptempo poppunk captured on this release would soon give way to the lewd basement slobber-trash he’d revel in during the mid-80s. GG’s drumming here is tight and spot-on. “NYC Tonight” is actually a live staple which was called “You’re Wrong, I’m Right” for years, and served as their opening tune for some time as well. GG also snuck in an uncredited cover of the Ohio Express’ “Up Against The Wall” (from their 1969 “Mercy” LP). Looks like our man was a quite the bubblegum afficionado! Generally this EP did not come with an insert, however, Collectorscum scored a former DJ’s copy which, although sleeveless, came with a previously unseen autographed insert/hype sheet.




No Rules, front

"...Generally this EP did not come with an insert..."

No Rules, insert

"...Collectorscum scored a former DJ’s copy which, although sleeveless, came with a previously unseen autographed insert/hype sheet..."

No Rules, insert


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