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Ignorance Is Bliss (Gulcher Records) CD $10


13 blasts of ROCK aimed at your hungry head. This time we've got no less than eleven new originals plus a couple covers. Here's a quick rundown. . . .

"(I Am) The Watcher": Remember that bald guy from the Fantastic Four comic books? I woke from a dream, and these words flowed directly onto paper. All wrapped up in total gnarl!

"Blame It On The Universe": Well, you know, you gotta blame SOMEBODY! And I figure why leave anybody out? Me included, y'know?

"Whatever Happened To Gloria?": Sendin' this one out to Gloria Leonard, Gloria Stavers, and Wizzard.

"(Here Come) Them Sexy Sixties": What happens when baby-boom chicks get "old"? So far, it's lookin' NOT BAD AT ALL! The dirty old men of Crawlspace give thumbs up. Yeah, there's a Rolling Stones reference--what's it to ya?!

"First I Look At The Purse": Yep, our take on the J. Geils take on the Contours/Smokey Robinson classic. Gimme some money, honey!

"Vote Yes On 69": Wobblebilly, baby! And the polls close early, so get on it! B-b-baby, beaver patrol!

"Women In Cemeteries (Throwin' Monkeys)": Hey, does anybody know what this one's about? Dunno. It sho' do jam, though!

"The Girl's Gettin' Lower": We give you the gift of 21st century concrete-swamp-rock. Burn it up loud!

"Rt. 1 Box 22N": All right, man, a little breathin' room for a couple minutes. Pack a bowl and let the delta flow.

"Mark Of Death": Second cover song, this one from the 1973 movie HORROR HOSPITAL and originally performed by heavy Satan-rockers Mystic (who?).

"Sara Jane!": Remember the chick who tried to shoot Gerald Ford? No, not the Manson broad--the OTHER ONE! Well, here's a scorcher that tells you the whole true story. Kinda.

"Not A Heartache": Is it gnu-wave or skunkabilly? Hmmm, you be the judge, dear listener. Do the push'n'pull!

"Some Shitty Girls": Hey, it's a bit of old-time Crawlspace improv! And an instrumental to boot. Dedicated to the late, very great Charles Gocher (Sun City Girls drummer).

Released July 2010. Recorded 2007-2009. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, Joe Dean, and Bob Lee.


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Crawlspace Rears Its Lovely Head, Motherfuckers!
(Cauliflower Dreams; Belgium) CDR OUT OF PRINT

Is this the "last" Crawlspace "noise" release? Hmm? There are two long tracks recorded and/or mixed during our last spurt of improvised racket and abstract experimentation. "Rears Its Lovely Head," recorded in 2003, is one of our most controlled free pieces: synthesizers, loops, and other stuff moving along in random ways but mapped out and mixed with care. On the other hand, "Without an Umbrella" is a storm of guitars, drums, and tons of other crap recorded back in 1997-1999--but mixed in early 2004. It's an ugly onslaught of layered chaos that even we couldn't totally sort out afterwards.

Released May 2007. Recorded 1997-1999, 2003/2004. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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The Spirit of '76  (Gulcher Records 607) CD $10

Take me back. Yeah, take me back. Take me back to where I once beee-longed. (Elvis version of the Fab 4.) Git back juju. Man, I always hated "retro"--although I always loved "roots." What's the diff? Who knows, and who cares! After 15 years or so in the outer regions, the Crawlspace mamaship has touched down on solid rock again. Start wigglin' yer toes in mud and rollin' rugs off the floor. What am I saying here, brothers and sisters? I'm saying . . . LET'S ROCK!

Out in Slippy Town, Republic of California, they got rock and revolution on their minds. R&R circa 1950-1976 (but time is an illusion). Revolution coz yeah, war still sux and racism still sux. But this is revolution thru tokin' and dancin'--not the kinda bad-vibe methods that W.'s cabal is using to fug up the whole party. What follows is the Crawlspace 13-point program, collectively known as THE SPIRIT OF '76:

1. "Theme For A Wet T-Shirt Contest" -- The boys in the band jam out an instrumental intro in honor of perky nipples 'n plump-dimpled butts. This ain't sexism, sisters, it's bowing before the holy twat.

2. "Califawnia Gurls" -- Original version was from 1976 by the Brooklyn trio called O. Rex (with upstate NY dude and Gizmos founder Ken Highland). Hey gals, if you refuse it, you just might lose it! Keep them snappers from snappin' too hard!

3. "Just Seventeen" -- Heavy Raiders tune from their "hip" 1970 album COLLAGE. Crawlspace will now paraphrase the prophet John Waters: "If there's hair, it's fair!" How many puritans does it take to screw in a light bulb? Nobody knows, because puritans won't admit they screw.

4. "Hey Joe (Version Version)" -- Mutation in action: Patti Smith's "Sixty Days" intro to her "Hey Joe (Version)" '74 single + the Arthur Lee/Love arrangement '66  = Crawlspace breathin' in some folk-rockin' air. The message is pretty muddled here, but yes, there is anti-Iraq War rhetoric improvised towards the end. I mean, really, man, can you BELIEVE the 21st century so far?!

5. "Fight For Liberation" -- Crawlspace stands for rock first, but we're also lefties somewhere down the line. Yes, art always outweighs politics, but sometimes they get all tangled up in a way that works. One of the best examples of that is Patrick Sky's 1973 album SONGS THAT MADE AMERICA FAMOUS. The original of this song was the opening track. It has a "message"--it's not very subtle--it sez look at the world from the bottom up. It's also funny!

6. "Take Your War On Vacation" -- This is our own personal rockin' take on the current insanity. Our philosophy of life: hey man, let's all just get stoned and forget about it--but if you just can't let it go, puh-leeze attack the right people and leave the rest of us alone! Can't we all just get along? Won't you please pass the bong?

7. "Leavin' Here" -- And if we can't find no peace, we might just gotta be gettin' outta here again! Where's my space suit? We based our version of Eddie Holland's "Leavin' Here" on the 1965 cover version by Ron Wood's mod band the Birds.

8. "Space Truckin'" -- Riff! Riff! Bang! Bang-a-bang! Whoosh! We take Deep Purple's 1972 classic and throw it in the furnace of our homemade UFO. Here we go again! Rrrrrrrrrroooooaarrrrrr!

9. "Rat Fink" -- From Allan Sherman's immortal album MY SON, THE NUT (1963). Crawlspace turns Sherman's version of "Rag Mop" into a stoned skunkabilly anthem. Everybody sing along: "R - A - T - T  F - I - N - K! Rat fink! Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah!" The political ramifications of this track are open to debate.

10. "Never Never" -- When will we stop rockin'? The title sez it all! Git on board the rocket ship now! This is the third and final Crawlspace original here.

11. "Chemicals In The Mail" -- The spirit of . . . '78? That's the year the original of  this killer was released by the C*nts. It's another song with a strong message: "I just turn the channels till I get chemicals in the mail."

12. "Erotic Neurotic" -- An abbreviated version of a long punk-rock song from 1977 by the Saints, quite possibly the best so-called punk-rock band that ever existed. So sayeth the mighty author of these words!

13. "Sympathy For The Devil" -- What can be said? Good and evil are illusions of the human brain. But if forced to choose, rock'n'roll must choose Lucifer. How'd the Horned One get such a bad rep anyway? This tune, of course, is the opening track from the best album (released '68) by the world's eleventh greatest R&R band. Yes, music fans, the beginning of this track is a jam coming out of a Roky Erickson song ("Children nailed to the cross!"), but we won't tell you which one! As for the end of the track, yes, there is something wrong with your stereo--impatient punks can simply turn it off, hippie rockers can pack another bowl and groove on . . . and on.

Released October 2006. Recorded 2004-2006. Edition of 1000 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, Joe Dean, and (on one track) Robin Lehman. Cover painting by Krazee Ken Highland, circa 1973.


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I Don't Think the Dirt Belongs to the G
rass (Carbon Records CR99) 3CD AVAILABLE FROM CARBON RECORDS

"Leavin' Here" by Crawlspace (same version that later appeared on The Spirit of '76 CD).

Released May 2006. Recorded 2005. Edition of 500 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Angles of Descent (Slipy Town SLIPTO29) CDR OUT OF PRINT

This one contains most of the Crawlspace MP3s we posted here at slippytown.com in 2001 + one track from 2003.

Released September 2004. Recorded 1997-2003. Numbered edition of 33 copies packaged in recycled slim-line jewel cases. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Early Birds & Late Worms  (no label) CDR OUT OF PRINT

Ambient mics, birds singin', mixing board, loops, noise, bangin' on stuff, glitches, nada, etc.

Released September 2004. Recorded 2004. Numbered edition of 10 copies in crude, handwritten sleeves. With Eddie Flowers and Greg Hajic.

OVO "REMIXED" BY CRAWLSPACE / TREMOR + ERZIEHUNG
American Family / 3 tracks by Tremor + Erziehung (Cold-Coffein-Addict; Germany / Bar La Muerte; Italy) 7-inch split single OUT OF PRINT 

"American Family" was a very brief burst of noise from the Italian band OvO "remixed" by Crawlspacers Eddie and Greg. We looped the drums from OvO, and jammed on top with piping chanter and pennywhistle--then added a bit of fugged-up patriotic marching-band music, which leads right into the full OvO piece (only a few seconds long). In spite of the fact that we created most of the sounds on the track, we didn't get proper credit on this--the single is presented as a split between OvO and Tremor + Erziehung.

Released July 2004. Recorded 2001/2002. Edition of 500 copies. With Eddie Flowers and Greg Hajic + OvO.


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Melbourne Cabbage Ratio (Carbon Records CR85) CDR AVAILABLE FROM CARBON RECORDS
 

Shattered clattering free-rock, noise, and loops from Crawlspace surrounded by snippets from old-time radio, kartoons, and a bonus track of "found" 78-RPM humor (pardon my flatulence). This is where Crawlspace starts diggin' on premature senility--and stops caring about your record collection. It's also the fifth release in Carbon's tenth anniversary CDR series (right on, Joe Tunis!). Yeah, we think this is a good one.

Released June 2004. Recorded 2002/2003. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Blimp Music Volume 3: The Amphibious Airship Approaches a Black Hole's Gravity (Slippy Town SLIPTO27) CDR OUT OF PRINT

Third chapter in the adventures of the Crawlspace dronecraft (volumes 1 and 2 were released in 2000). Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean using mostly guitars, plus some percussion and a bit of other live stuff, mixing board and tape deck. Includes the full-length 31-minute version of "There Is No Law in Nature," which was edited and remixed down to seven minutes for 2003's LAW WHERE PROHIBITED BY VOID CD. Plus five other tracks of stoned propeller drones, deep bellows, simulated motor flatulence, and time running backwards. This material was previously released in editions of 20 copies on the June, July, and August volumes of Crawlspace's 2003 ROCK GENERATION give-away CDRs.

David Keenan, The Wire magazine: " . . . a great formless ugh that showcases various non-interventionist approaches to the electric guitar. There are tracks here that seem to consist solely of guitar/amp feedback loops that are as ear-buckling as the Velvet Underground's historically-potent 'Sister Ray' single guitar-amp bootleg. Elsewhere the inspirational combination of protesting machine noise, construction site percussion and field recordings (birds, jet engines) recalls the subversive prole-art strategies of underground UK cells like the A-Band and the New Blockaders even as the structural drift of their guitars forces them to up anchor completely and surrender to the aleatoric operations of the void. Think of them as a post-Moorcock Hawkwind ditching the sci-fi posturing in return for unmediated access to internal spaceways and you're halfway there."

Released April 2004. Recorded 2000-2003. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Xmas Snertz: Have a Very Gulcher Christmas! (Gulcher Records 420) CD $10

The Crawlspace track, "Christmas Time Is Here Again," is a very loose arrangement based on a little thing from the Beatles' 1967 Fan Club record (I was a fan-club member at ages 10 and 11). Plus Xmas songs by Kenne Highland & the Vatican Sex Kittens, the Korps, Ted Niemiec, MX-80, Angel Corpus Christi, Rich Stim, Stalingrad Symphony, Mach Bell & his Elves, Pansy Division, X-Ray Tango, Phil Hendriks & the Stiffs, Monsterpop, the Automatics, the Walking Ruins, and Phil Hundley.

Released December 2003. Recorded 2003. Edition of 500 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume December (outsidetheanthilltwentyone) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in December 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released December 2003. Recorded 2000/2001. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
Rock Generation Volume November (outsidetheanthilltwenty) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in November 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released November 2003. Recorded 2000/2001. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume October (outsidetheanthillnineteen) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in October 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released October 2003. Recorded 2001 and 2003. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Law Where Prohibited By Void (Gulcher Records 416) CD $10

Deep beneath the surfaces of the so-called real world, located somewhere in the southern Republic of Kalifornia, the three boy-men called Crawlspace assemble their sounds in the Slippy Town Lifestyle Studio. Rockin' in the toy box--plastic shiny shells with tiny digital memories of licks by Hendrix and Page--but also got them ol' fashion amps and guitars and stuff--fried boogie, flyin' fancies, rock trance, out grooves, blues power. Invasion of the B gurlz--'lectronic wheeze 'n free clattering sneeze--records and VHS loopin' while the big bass waddles like a sleepy duck. Themes from unsold 1960s cartoon pilots stacked in a corner next to Terry Riley's unreleased remix of MAGGOT BRAIN explodin' into psychodelic noir and free-jazzin' seed-poppin' ganja huffs--ridin' the train back to your third childhood. Doo-wop streetlights from Mama Saturn flash into droning patterns and stuck-groove memories of KDAY (80s L.A. hiphop), KAAY (70s Southern hippie), and the rhythmic South-of-border end-of-dial shiftin' ever outward. All peace to the whirlin' scratchy presence of the late great Mr. John Lee Hooker--sometimes even one chord is too many. And then comes the whiteboy doper blooze: Sabbath's "Into The Void" reconfigured as semi-acoustic folk-jazz hoodoo hoedown. But there ain't no law nowhere--that's an illusion of humanity--nature still runs free. Yep. With 15 tracks and a total running time of 76 minutes, this is the first manufactured 'Space release since 1997's żEt II Bluto? CD.

Released September 2003. Recorded 1999-2003, except basic tracks for "Into the Void" recorded 1994. Edition of 500 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. Drawings by Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume September (outsidetheanthilleighteen) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in September 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released September 2003. Recorded 2003. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

 

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Rock Generation Volume August (outsidetheanthillseventeen) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE 

Available only in August 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com. "Another Successful Launch" released on BLIMP MUSIC VOLUME 3 in April 2004.

Released August 2003. Recorded 2003. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume July (outsidetheanthillsixteen) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in July 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com. This material has been reissued as part of BLIMP MUSIC VOLUME 3 in April 2004. 

Released July 2003. Recorded 2000-2003. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume June (outsidetheanthillfifteen) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in June 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com. "If Only We Could Be the Dirt" and "November Rain" reissued as part of BLIMP MUSIC VOLUME 3 in April 2004.

Released June 2003. Recorded 2001-2003. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume May (outsidetheanthillfourteen) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in May 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released May 2003. Recorded 2003. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Simply Good Taste: The Sounds of Slippy Town (Gulcher Records 413) CD $10

Three tracks by Crawlspace: the previously unreleased "Five," featuring the 'Space trio rockin' out on toy instruments; plus "Wimmen 'n' Chillen" from STATIC FROM THE SLOWDOWN and "Ain't These the Times" from DOGS BEGIN TO CRAWL, SNAKES BEGIN TO HOWL. And tracks by Allun, Big Whiskey, Blackthorne Stick, the Gizmos, Jarvis/Joincey/Todd, Joe+N, Joshua Jugband 5, Lebedung, Ian Middleton, Not A Sonata, O. Rex, OvO, The Screamin' Mee-Mees & Hot Scott Fischer, and Stewart Walden & Neil Campbell.

Released April 2003. "Five" recorded 2003. Edition of 500 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume April (outsidetheanthillthirteen) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in April 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released April 2003. Recorded 1997-1999. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume March (outsidetheanthilltwelve) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in March 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released March 2003. Recorded 2003. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers and Greg Hajic.

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Rock Generation Volume February (outsidetheanthilleleven) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in February 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released February 2003. Recorded 2000/2002. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Rock Generation Volume January (outsidetheanthillten) CDR OUT OF PRINT -- PROMO RELEASE

Available only in January 2003 with orders and trades from slippytown.com.

Released January 2003. Recorded 1997-2000. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
Another Ship in the Night (outsidetheanthillnine) CDR OUT OF PRINT

This was barely "released"--it took me half a year to put it here on the website. Bag flappin', plate smashin', duet for harmonica and Rap Machine, over-indulging th' reverb, jammin' guitar 'n drums, ambient mics, duet for jaw harp and plastic shipping materials, murky CD loops, break time is bong time, bells, percussion, metal cookie container, etc., etc.

Released January 2002. Recorded 2001. Edition of 23 copies. With Eddie Flowers and Greg Hajic.

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Crawlspace (outsidetheanthilleight) CDR OUT OF PRINT

Guitars-'n'-drums improv comin' on strong; toys shakin' and eekin' 'tween the cracks; ambient mics for birds and aeroplanes and ice-cream trucks; the blimps are still risin'. This was gonna be a sorta fill-in disc, constructed randomly of recent (late 2001) recordings, but it turned out to be such a nice listen that we're givin' the world an edition bigger than the originally projected 30 copies. Front cover of each package is different; most are photographs chopped down to fit into a jewel case.

Released January 2002. Recorded 2001. Edition of 96 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
Static from the Slowdown (Slippy Town SLIPTO13) CDR OUT OF PRINT

The windy "trilogy" (?) is completed (did it begin?). 16 bite-size "tunes" done with turntable, blank tape + EQ, CD loops, acoustic guitars, trumpet, bird call, jaw harp, percussion, guitar amp, voices, & mac. Ssssss . . . kraaaang! Cover art by Greg circa 1975.

Released October 2001. Recorded 2001. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. 

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Carbon Records Summer/Fall 2001 Sampler (Carbon Records) CDR PROMO RELEASE -- NOT FOR SALE

Promo-only comp available at Carbon-related gigs in Rochester, New York. Includes the first 3:23 from Crawlspace's THE ROARING WINDS OF LOUIE LOUIE CDR; along with tracks from 15 other Carbon releases.

Released September 2001. Recorded 2001. Edition of ??? copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. 

CRAWLSPACE
The Roaring Winds of Louie Louie (Carbon Records CR51) CDR AVAILABLE FROM CARBON RECORDS

Today's Whether Report: eye o' the storm's movin' right up 'tween sleepwalk 'Space & static comin' in from the Slowdown. Acoustic guitars, percussion, ambient mics, turntable, CD player, blank tape, mixing board, graphic EQ, guitar amp, radio, video, & mac. Recycled LP-cover packages handmade by Carbon Recs dude Joe Tunis. Part 2 of the "trilogy"?

Released September 2001. Recorded 2001. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. 

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Crawlspace Slept Here (outsidetheanthillseven) CDR OUT OF PRINT

The CDR "trilogy" (?) begins here. Eddie and Greg start loopin' the turntable, while Joe grooves the mac. Layers are involved. Some "live" percussion--but not much. Is that calypso or heavy meddle? Is this phase one of THE ROARING WINDS? What the fug's goin' on here!? With ever-changing laser-printed sleeves packaged in colored jewel cases.

Released July 2001. Recorded 2001. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. 

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Ape Scrawl (Slippy Town SLIPTO9) 2CDR OUT OF PRINT

What happens when middle-aged men start finger-painting with sounds? The most "primitive" Crawlspace material since before Crawlspace started releasing stuff!? Come git scratchy in the concrete bayou while Greg, Joe, and Eddie stomp through 28 "songs" played on  drums, bass guitar, electric guitars, wall furnace, portable heater, piping chanter, acoustic guitars, bronze candy dish, metal box, congas, synthesizer, blimp guitars, water bottle, milk crate, cymbals, trumpet, strainer in plastic container, amplified acoustic guitar, unamplified electric guitar, collapsing chair, sleigh bells, electric fan, mixing board, etc.

Released March 2001. Recorded 2000/2001. Edition of 88 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. 

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Crawls Pace (Slippy Town SLIPTO7) 2CDR OUT OF PRINT

11 short-ish pieces on disc one; 73 minutes of nonstop crawlsprawl on disc two. Recorded live to CD at the Slippy Town Lifestyle Studio.

Released February 2001. Recorded 2000. Edition of 88 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. 

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Oct/Nov 00 (outsidetheanthillsix) 2CDR OUT OF PRINT

80 minutes of dark, nervous, murky jams recorded live to CD at the Slippy Town Lifestyle Studio.

Released November 2000. Recorded 2000. Edition of 30 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean. 

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Dogs Begin to Crawl, Snakes Begin to Howl (Slippy Town SLIPTO5) CDR OUT OF PRINT

The long-awaited songs'n'sounds follow-up to Crawlspace's żET II BLUTO? CD from 1997. Acoustic-dominated rock songs, swangin' noise, electric-guitar stumble'n'scratch, band jams, funny voices, minimal mockery, and the end of time as we know it. 2000 + 1, remember?

Released November 2000. Recorded 1994-2000. Edition of 333 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Greg Hajic, Mark McCormick, Dave Fontana, Allen Clark, and Remora (Ian Middleton).

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Archive'Space 4: 1993/1994 (Crawlspace) CDR OUT OF PRINT

53 minutes of rehearsal jams, and a bit from a live show, by the last "band" line-up of Crawlspace. With three different versions of "Lake Daddy Jim"!

Released September 2000. Recorded 1993/1994. Edition of 50 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Dave Fontana, Greg Hajic, and Allen Clark.

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The Rain, the Park & Other Things: Mix'Space '90/'91 (outsidetheanthillfive) CDR OUT OF PRINT

Mix-collage 4-track cassette and dubbing-deck cut-and-paste fuck-up done by Eddie in '90/'91. Featuring snippets of '88/'89 and '90/'91 Crawlspace line-ups, many unknowing "guest stars," XXX-rated humor, spoken word with bass, and solo Eddie insanity (partly while tripping). Numbered edition of 30 in hand-assembled map/envelope-in-
jewel-case sleeves.

Released September 2000. Original material recorded 1985-1991. Edition of 30 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, Bob Lee, Allen Clark, Bill McCarter, Sarge Adam, and many unauthorized guests.

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Birds of the Southern Regions (Slippy Town SLIPTO1) CDR OUT OF PRINT

"Walk Away Slowly" (4:26) rock-slip; "Birds of the Southern Regions" (33:06) layers of 'Space improv; "Short Thing April 1" (5:13) a bit o' blimp; "McKeever" (31:40) takin' it to the street. Handmade torn-cardboard-in-
jewel-case package.

Released August 2000. Recorded 1998-2000. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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Huck & Tom at Fillmore East (American Tapes AM 125) CDR OUT OF PRINT

Half-hour guitar-noise duet dedicated to Duane Allman & Berry Oakley. Packaged in hand-painted, hand-pasted 12-inch jackets with CDR inside homemade triangular envelopes.

Released July 2000. Recorded 2000. Edition of 30 copies. With Eddie Flowers and Greg Hajic.

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Archive'Space 3: 1993 (Crawlspace) CDR OUT OF PRINT

57 minutes recorded at a mellowed, spacious rehearsal-studio session--and a chaotic rocked-out 13-minute burst from a Crawlspace 'shroom party.

Released July 2000. Recorded 1993. Edition of 50 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Dave Fontana, Greg Hajic, Bob Lee, and Jonathan Hall.

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Archive'Space 2: 1990/1991 (Crawlspace) CDR OUT OF PRINT

46 more minutes from Sphere'Space: "Bleed Jam"; "Kitty Krawl" improv; 15 minutes of "Crawl Crappersweet"; "Sphereality"/"Ocean = You" mutation.

Released July 2000. Recorded 1990/1991. Edition of 50 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, and Bob Lee.

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Archive'Space 1: June/July 1990 (Crawlspace) CDR OUT OF PRINT

From the early period of the SPHEREALITY lineup. Includes the most, um, complete version of "Crawl Crappersweet" you're gonna hear, as well as a lengthy (37:00) jam-medley of "Ocean = You," "Chasin' the 'Space," and Can's "Little Star of Bethlehem." Plus three shorter jams. Total time: 78 minutes.

Released July 2000. Recorded 1990. Edition of 50 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, and Bob Lee.

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Blimp Music Volume 2: Deep Sea Dives As Seen by the Slowly Ascending Astronaut (outsidetheanthillfour) CDR OUT OF PRINT

The series of dirigible guitar inflation continues with two more half-hour plunges into the deep end of nada.

Released July 2000. Recorded 2000. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
Blimp Music Volume 1: Aeronautical Maneuvers from Beneath the Earth's Surface (outsidetheanthillthree) CDR OUT OF PRINT

Two 30-minute flights of guitar-simulated motor-phart for your dimensional-shifting pleasures.

Released April 2000. Recorded 2000. Edition of 100 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

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The Rise and Dear Demise of Dimension 5 (Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers; England) CDR $20 OUT OF PRINT; ONE COPY FOR SALE!

Half-hour guitar duet dedicated to Phil Lynott, Eric Bell, Scott Gorham, and Brian Robertson.

Released April 2000. Recorded 2000.  Edition of 50 copies. With Eddie Flowers and Greg Hajic.

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Cave Paintings Two (Slippy Sound 12) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Another hour of jams from the 1989 "lost" period.

Released November 1999. Recorded 1989. Edition of 12 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, Bill McCarter, Bob Lee, and Sarge Adam.

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Cave Paintings One (Slippy Sound 11) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Another "lost album," almost. For a few months in 1989, we hit a new (for us) level of group improv, but the only released evidence of this was "Ocean = You" and an abbreviated version of "Africa" on our two Sympathy 7-inchers. This is a nice chunk of that period, including the full versions of the two afore-mentioned jams.

Released November 1999. Recorded 1989. Edition of 12 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, Bill McCarter, Bob Lee, Sarge Adam, and John Hancock.

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Aluminum & Strychnine (Slippy Sound 10) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

The earliest Crawlspace recordings, including second rehearsal (first with drums), first live show, rehearsals, demos, and early experiments.

Released October 1999. Recorded 1985-1987. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, Bill McCarter, Allen Clark, Lenny Keringer, Sarge Adam, Doug Phillips, and Todd Homer.

CRAWLSPACE
'Shroom-Tit Arithmetic (Slippy Sound 9) 100-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Side one is from a live show at Eagle's Coffee Pub in North Hollywood. It was once planned as an official CD release, and we were still going do a CDR following this cassette (didn't happen), which is the reason for the small run of this cassette. Side two is the material from the never-released Crawlspace volume of the Ecstatic Yod Ass Run LP series, which again is why the material was here on a short-run release, because the Ass Run LP was supposedly still going to be released as of 1999 (hah!).

Released October 1999. Recorded 1993/1994, except one track recorded 1990. Edition of 9 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Allen Clark, Dave Fontana, Greg Hajic, and Bob Lee.

CRAWLSPACE
Don't Bogart That Pipe Dream (outsidetheanthilltwo) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Cover photo of immigrant Romany woman and American businessman standing in awe of modern art.

Released September 1999. Recorded 1999. Edition of 20 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
The Mountain and the Mole Hill (Slippy Sound 8) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Released September 1999. Recorded 1998/1999. Edition of 22 copies. With Eddie Flowers and Greg Hajic.

CRAWLSPACE
Fields Rattle (Slippy Sound 7) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Sort of a "lost album," the next step after SPHEREALITY. Half of it's 4-track (reel and cassette) song-type things done by Joe and Eddie, while the other half finds the band jams falling apart in interesting ways.

Released September 1999. Recorded 1990-1993. Edition of 20 copies. WithEddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, and Bob Lee.

CRAWLSPACE
Sloth Is Its Own Reward (outsidetheanthillone) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Released August 1999. Recorded 1998/1999. Edition of 21 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
We All Are the Barbarians and the Gates Are Down (Slippy Sound 6) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Released August 1999. Recorded 1997-1999. Edition of 30 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
None Is the Loneliest Number (Slippy Sound 5) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Mostly solo guitar by Eddie. Cover photo of Randy Holden's left hand.

Released August 1999. Recorded 1995-1998, except one track each from 1993 and 1986. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Greg Hajic, and Mark McCormick.

CRAWLSPACE
Whiteman Darkcloud (Slippy Sound 4) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

This is similar in approach to NECTAR FLOWS FROM THIS CHALICE, where we layered three half-hour performances together to create one chaotic piece, and then did that again with three different performances for the second side. The difference here is that both sides consist of the same five layers of improvisations, but done in radically different mixes, and in a more sparse fashion than NECTAR FLOWS FROM THIS CHALICE.

Dedicated to Don Knotts.

Released July 1999. Recorded 1998/1999. Edition of 30 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.
 

CRAWLSPACE
Transcrawlformspace (Slippy Sound 3) VHS videotape OUT OF PRINT

Two hours of live early 'Space: a party in Hollywood, 1987; the Anti-Club, Hollywood, 1988; the Noise Chamber, Santa Barbara, 1989; Anisq'oyo Park, Isla Vista, 1989; Bebop Records, Reseda, 1989; public access cable TV, Long Beach, 1990; improvising with Mooseheart Faith, North Hollywood, 1990.

Released March 1999. Recorded 1987-1990. Edition of 20 copies.With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick, Joe Dean, Keith Telligman, Bill McCarter, Allen Clark, Bob Lee, Lenny Keringer, Sarge Adam, Todd Homer, Larry Robinson, John Hancock, George Popel, Chris Bagarozzi, and Jon Wahl.

CRAWLSPACE
Ready for the Future (Slippy Sound 2) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

John Olson, Muckraker magazine: "The future is forever ready for stoned kitchen/living room oozings of the weird. Eddie Flowers' brain is coated with an honest West Coast greatness. Bang on things, creep along to the slimey path of a mush-mouth keyboard trail. This tape takes what the all too brief DARK FOLDS LP hinted at, and stretches it out wide, wide, nice 'n' relaxed." 

Cover (including title) taken from a Girl Scouts cookie box, circa 1990.

Released February 1999. Recorded 1998. Edition of 41 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
Nectar Flows from This Chalice (Slippy Sound 1) 60-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

What we did here was create a 16-track reel with three half-hour improvisations recorded next to each other (i.e., we'd record on tracks 1 through 4 for half an hour, and then start recording again at the same place on tracks 5 through 8, and then do it a third time). We mixed those three performances together into one half-hour chaotic flow. Then we did it again with another 16-track reel, to create another three-layered half-hour piece. Those two pieces make up this cassette.

Released January 1999. Recorded 1997/1998. Edition of 37 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Greg Hajic, and Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
żEt II Bluto? (The Lotus Sound TLS005) CD $10

Edwin Pouncy, Top magazine: "This latest selection from the Californian band is a gorgeous, multi-coloured blend of disharmony and psyched-out cacophony."

Tony Rettman, 200 Lb. Underground magazine: "The even mix of insane lucidness and focused flow conveys the ups, downs, and above middles of a trip in the same way the Dead's ANTHEM OF THE SUN did."

Bruce Cole of the Screamin' Mee-Mees: "żET II BLUTO? sounds so cock, it's bogus!"

Released December 1997. Recorded 1993-1997, except one track from 1990. Edition of 1000 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Allen Clark, Dave Fontana, Greg Hajic, Keith Telligman, Todd Homer, Larry Robinson, and Paul Fontana. Cover art by Joe Dean.

CRAWLSPACE
The Dark Folds of Infinity Grow Pink with Desire (Majora Records) LP $25 OUT OF PRINT; VERY FEW LEFT

Home-recorded (on 16 track) LP which introduced a collective-improv approach to Crawlspace. Cover photo of Clara Bow.

Fred Mills, Magnet magazine: "Some tracks here involve the cut-up, paste/splice aesthetics of serious Burroughs disciples, while others invite squinty-eyed comparisons to Ornette Coleman, Faust, and even the Beatles. The small symphony squawkings of 'Scungilli' could be misheard as outtakes from old cartoon soundtracks; the dada-esque twang and marching kazoo band thump of 'Another Fine Mess' sound like the Godz playing Beefheart."

Released April 1997. Recorded 1993-1996. Edition of 500 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Dave Fontana, Greg Hajic, Todd Homer, Larry Robinson, Les Greenfield, and Paul Fontana.

CRAWLSPACE
The Exquisite Fucking Beauty of Crawlspace (Majora Records) LP $25 OUT OF PRINT; VERY FEW LEFT

Live 'shroom-fueled extravaganza recorded at a local radio station. Cover art by Grandville.

Phil McMullen, Ptolemaic Terrascope magazine: "As ever, it's instrumentally superb, Eddie Flowers extemporizing madly away against a lost Beefheartian backbeat of bass, drums, assorted percussion, and the mighty twin guitars of Mark McCormick and Dave Fontana."

Released November 1995. Recorded 1994. Edition of 500 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Allen Clark, Dave Fontana, and Bob Lee.

CRAWLSPACE / MOOSEHEART FAITH
Lunar Fuckin' Eclipse (Jamtongue Recordings JMTG-1/Behemoth Records BET 18) 7-inch split single $4

1995 split single with non-album track ("Lunar Fuckin' Eclipse") by Crawlspace, and two tracks ("Children of Flowers" and "Haifa Street Dream") that turned up in very different forms on later Mooseheart releases. Cover art by Joe Dean.

Annex magazine: "Crawlspace has a space jazz punk sound to it, the punk comes in with these momentary guitars riding in. But real spacey music and of another world."

Released February 1995. "Lunar Fuckin' Eclipse" recorded 1993. Edition of 840 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Dave Fontana, and Greg Hajic.

CRAWLSPACE / MOOSEHEART FAITH
Lunar Fuckin' Eclipse (Jamtongue Recordings JMTG-1/Behemoth Records BET 18) THIS EDITION OUT OF PRINT

Edition of 100 numbered copies for Las Vegas show with Mooseheart Faith in November 1994. Edition of 60 numbered copies for Mooseheart Faith's European tour in December 1994. "Lunar Fuckin' Eclipse" recorded 1993. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Dave Fontana, and Greg Hajic.

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Auto Body Experience (Trigon Records TCD-112) CD AVAILABLE FROM TRIGON RECORDS

"Bath" by Crawlspace. With 19 other bands (Fearless Leader, Dizbuster, Backbiter, Jon Wahl's Chickun Scratch, Shoeface, the Humpers, etc). Cover art by Edwin Letcher.

Released January 1994. "Bath" recorded 1993. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Allen Clark, Dave Fontana, and Greg Hajic.

CRAWLSPACE
God-Zee (Behemoth Records BET 400) 10-inch $20 OUT OF PRINT; VERY FEW LEFT

Byron Coley, Ecstatic Yod website: "It was on this record that Crawlspace really began to show their potential. From the unexpected opening gambit--an exploration of Ornette's 'Theme from a Symphony'--into a very stoned valley of free rock space, this is the sound of acid transmuting garage rock fans into prophets of truth. Eddie Flowers is one of the strangest visionaries rock music has thus far produced and his attempts to name the unknown here are nothing short of glorious. For reasons I cannot comprehend this band remains below the radar of all but a few people who truly breathe w/ all their holes open."

Cover art "The Tree of Light or Blazing Tree" by Hannah Cohoon (1845) on background by A. H. Mackmurdo (1885) with "God-Zee" type by Berlage (1901).

Released February 1993. Recorded 1991. Edition of 600 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, and Bob Lee.

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Sphereality (Sympathy for the Record Industry SFTRI 118) CD $10

Byron Coley, Forced Exposure magazine: "Loose, juiced, brilliant acid-mumble-sprawl by the west coat's kings of lost chordage. Allowed 66 minutes to roam the walls at will, Crawlspace conjure up a world where twang = drone = fuzz = bup, and the look of everything melting is as natural as an un-de-fleeced pubis."

David Sprague, Request magazine: "Not since the heyday of ESP Records has head music been pushed to the glorious extremes Flowers' crew reaches. Those who've dreamed of a Can/Stooges jam session should consider the members of this formidable quintet their Prince Charmings."

Yvonne Garrett, Rip magazine: "Crawlspace aren't easily accessible. Their music is more likely to consume the listener with its meandering guitars leading into walls of sound. . . . [Eddie's] lyrics have a warped but strong poetry to them. . . . Drop one or two and turn it up."

Released August 1992. Rcorded 1991. Edition of 1500 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, and Bob Lee.

CRAWLSPACE
To' Up (Crawlspace space-one) 100-minute cassette OUT OF PRINT

Side one is a full live show at the Shamrock in Hollywood. Side two is a rehearsal-studio jam with Mooseheart Faith (Todd Homer, Larry Robinson) and George Popel.

Cover photo of James Ellroy, the trumpet player.

Released July 1991. Recorded 1990/1991. Edition of 250 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean, Mark McCormick, Keith Telligman, Bob Lee, Todd Homer, Larry Robinson, and George Popel.

CRAWLSPACE & MOOSEHEART FAITH
On the Tide/Hook in the Gray (Forced Exposure FE-013) 7-inch single AVAILABLE FROM FORCED EXPOSURE

Improvisations with Mooseheart Faith (Todd Homer and Larry Robinson).

CMJ magazine: "Featuring the bulk of Crawlspace (L.A.'s premier psilocybin-oriented galactic adventurers) and a sizable portion of M. Faith . . . this wanders much further into regions of primal consciousness-leaping than either group's more ordinarily rockin' tendencies. Exhibiting a Jandek-like flair for capturing a moment with non-existent production, both sides are lighthearted stoner-sensical ramblings. . . . "

Released January 1991. Recorded 1990. Edition of 1000 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Joe Dean (Gozef Hoden), Mark McCormick (Jimmy Crapcorn), Keith Telligman (Doc), Bob Lee (Bobzilla), Todd Homer, Larry Robinson, and John Hancock.

CRAWLSPACE
Ocean = You/Solitude Smokestack Head (Sympathy for the Record Industry SFTRI 54) 7-inch single OUT OF PRINT

Released May 1990. Recorded 1989. Edition of 1000 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick (Ven. Bede), Keith Telligman (Doc), Billy Ray McCarter, Sarge Adam, and Bob Lee (Bobzilla). "Ocean" live mix and efx by John Hancock. "Solitude" produced by Todd Homer

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August/Africa (Sympathy for the Record Industry SFTRI 13) 7-inch single OUT OF PRINT

Brian Berger, Forced Exposure magazine: "With their blood cruising through the amped-out psych zone more than ever before, Crawlin' Ed and crew (featuring Anglo-Saxon poetry legend the Venerable Bede on guitar) have waxed their most eloquent moments to date."

Ben Is Dead magazine: " 'Africa' is a depressing dirge mostly supported by a meandering bass line. The guitars and vocals whine and lament away. 'August' is a heavier, slower tune that sounds like the Stooges on the wrong speed."

Released July 1989. Recorded 1989. Edition of 700 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick (Ven. Bede), Keith Telligman (Doc), Billy Ray McCarter, Sarge Adam, and Bob Lee (Bobzilla). Produced by Todd Homer.

CRAWLSPACE
In the Gospel Zone (Behemoth Records/Bona Fide Records LAB66) LP $20 OUT OF PRINT; A COUPLE COPIES OF THE SECOND PRESSING AVAILABLE

Fred Mills, The Bob magazine: "Few will call this psychedelic in the usual sense, but [Crawlspace's version of Can's 'Little Star of Bethlehem'] is truly an epic, mind-numbing vinyl experience. Furthermore, the band makes with the punk noize to such an extent that comparisons to other bands don't do justice. . . . This is one of the best albums of the year, and an archetype of Americana at that--you don't file it 'tween Cramps and Creedence for nothing, y'know!"

Jimmy Johnson, Forced Exposure magazine: "This isn't about smut, it's about annihilation . . . and Crawlin' Ed and cohorts are up to their gills in enough strength, chemical knowledge, and handsome looks to pull it off."

Cover art by Grandville.

Released April 1989. Recorded 1987/1988. 1500 copies pressed--first edition of 1000 on colored vinyl with lyric sheet; second edition of 500 on black vinyl with no lyric sheet. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick (Ven. Bede), Keith Telligman (Doctor Butcher), Billy Ray McCarter, Sarge Adam, Chris Phillips, and Todd Homer on "Little Star of Bethlehem"; Eddie, Mark, Keith, Billy Ray, Allen Clark (Alien Rock), and Lenny Keringer on other tracks.

CRAWLSPACE
Silent Invisible Conversation (Grown Up Wrong! WRONG 10; Australia) 7-inch EP OUT OF PRINT

With four tracks: "The Void That Slithers (Pot Mix)" / "More Noize" / "Teenage Zombie for Jesus" / "Little Star of Bethlehem" (Can cover--different edit from In the Gospel Zone LP).

Ratbeat International magazine: "Two of the songs are solid dynamic badass rock'n'roll in the Dictators/MC5 tradition [but] 'The Void That Slithers (Pot Mix)' sounds like Robert Calvert babbling on old Hawkwind records and there's a lengthy cover of Can's 'Little Star of Bethlehem.'"

Cover art by Dennis Worden.

Released December 1988. Recorded 1987/1988. Edition of 1000 copies. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick (Ven. Bede), Keith Telligman (Doctor Butcher), Billy Ray McCarter, Sarge Adam, Chris Phillips, and Todd Homer on "Little Star of Bethlehem"; Eddie, Mark, Keith, Billy Ray, Allen Clark (Alien Rock), and Lenny Keringer on other tracks.

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Gimme the Keys (Trigon Records TL-102) LP AVAILABLE FROM TRIGON RECORDS

"Time for Fun," "The Void That Slithers," and "Black to Comm" (MC5) by Crawlspace. Also features the first recorded appearances by Claw Hammer and Fearless Leader, among others. Cover art by the Flaming Lips.

Released April 1988. Crawlspace tracks recorded 1987. 2000 copies pressed--two editions of 1000 each. With Eddie Flowers, Mark McCormick (Ven. Bede), Keith Telligman (Doctor Butcher), Billy Ray McCarter, Allen Clark (Alien Rock), and Lenny Keringer.