Album · 1968 · 8 Songs. Kick Out the Jams was intended as merely a document of the band’s live show, but it stands as a flashpoint for punk, garage, and the visceral power of politically charged rock. Witness the wild dueling guitar solos of Wayne Kramer and Fred Sonic Smith on Rocket Reducer No. 62, and frontman Rob Tyner’s infamously foul-mouthed introduction to the title track. In capturing a moment, this album defines a movement. Kick Out the Jams MC5.
With uncensored starting Kick Out The Jams. John Sinclair's liner notes at the inside of the gatefold sleeve. Big E red Elektra label. Could this is a first pressing, issue, even with the red label? The New York SON pressing plant may already have switched from gold to red labels. If no gold Elektra label from SON New York for this particular record exists, then this would make it a first issue
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MC5 earned national attention with their first album, Kick Out the Jams, recorded live on October 30 and 31, 1968, at Detroit's Grande Ballroom. Elektra executive Jac Holzman and producer Bruce Botnick recognized that MC5 were at their best when playing for a receptive audience.
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Garage rock has always been electrifying, and MC5 puts a new twist on this LP by recording it live which gives it such authenticity and raw power. That’s what puts this album on top, over most garage punk of its time.
When it came out, Weezer's debut was merely a cool, quirky power-pop album with a couple of hit singles – "Buddy Holly" and "Undone (The Sweater Song). But Rivers Cuomo's band influenced a legion of sad-sack punkers. Today, they stand just a step below Nirvana in the alt-rock canon. It's the ultimate rock salute: "Kick out the jams, motherfuckers!" Recorded live in Detroit by Rob Tyner and his anarchist crew, Kick Out the Jams writhes and hollers with the belief in rock & roll as civil disobedience. The proof: It was banned by a Michigan department store.