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2002-09-12 12:22:36
Lewd, The
Furies, The
Feelings, The

Lewd Poster - IOOF Hall, Seattle

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ricv64Send ricv64 a message :   cool   2006-10-02 09:43:25
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I don't think he gives a fuck. He played drums in the original incantation. He's been around. He played with Lydia Lunch for a while and then in Green on Red. He's really into watching TV nowadays, but he's in some "burnt out" (his words) band with a bunch of other 40 and 50 year old punk rockers that's pretty cool.   2002-09-13 11:33:22
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   how does he feel about the current incarnation of the lewd that re-emerged lately? thumbs up or down?   2002-09-13 11:29:40
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   My new roommate Alex was in the Lewd.   2002-09-13 11:27:17
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   oh, and to that list of real early postermaker bands doing classic punk posters in seattle circa 75-75 was the mentors. not many people realize they were a seattle band. they had to move on quickly as their 'rape rock' posters really freaked out the pc-seattle hippies.   2002-09-13 09:06:37
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   1977. this is not the earliest punk poster from seattle - i found cut-n-paste 'jamie reid' style punk posters in seattle as far back as 1972 for the whiz kidz, but for 'classic' punk they began in earnest about 76 with bands forming like the tupperwares (later the screamers), the lewd (later moved to sf), the feelings (whose lead singer guy lost it , became a street geek and died quickly), and the telepaths (later the blackouts and eventually ministry).
this poster was big and blue with white type on very heavy stock. it looks kinda boring and 'professional' now, but back then it really freaked everybody out. don't forget this was the year saturday night fever was released. same with star wars. this looked pretty damned crazy back then.
  2002-09-13 09:01:39
FinchSend Finch a message :   From INSTANT LITTER, Compiled by Art Chantry p 1
1977 Blue on White Offset 16.75" x 21.25"
  2002-09-12 12:50:55
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