Fizzjob album by The Didjits 1986
The Didjits were an American punk rock band formed in Mattoon, Illinois in 1983, composed of Rick Sims (a.k.a. Rick Prot5) on guitar/vocals, Doug Evans on bass, and Rick's brother Brad Sims, on drums. Didjits were known for the aggressive guitar playing and persona of Rick Sims, who often baited the audience between songs, and took plenty of abuse for it. Moreover, the band also added odd stunts and theatrical bits to some of their stage shows, particularly when playing in Chicago and Champaign. They released their first album in 1986 on Bam Bam Records and disbanded in 1994, but briefly reunited in 2006. Brad Sims left the band in 1992. Former Scratch Acid drummer Rey Washam filled in for the Little Miss Carriage EP, and Todd Cole eventually took over as the drummer. Their song "Killboy Powerhead" was covered by The Offspring on their breakthrough 1994 album Smash. Beast Le Burtale off of Fizzjob is the debut album of Didjits, released in 1986 through Bam Bam Records.
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The Didjits 1986
The Didjits 1986
Beast Le Burtale off of Fizzjob is the debut album of Didjits, released in 1986 through Bam Bam Records.
Yello "The Evening is Young" 1981
Yello "The Evening is Young" 1981
Claro Que Si is Yello's second album, released in 1981. "Claro que si" is Spanish for "Yes of course" and was reissued in 2005 in part of Yello Remaster Series with rare bonus tracks.
Sonic Youth "Teen Age Riot"
Sonic Youth "Teen Age Riot"
is a song by American rock band Sonic Youth, and the first single from their 1988 album, Daydream Nation. It received heavy airplay on modern rock stations and considerably expanded their audience (along with the album itself).  
Dead Kennedys "Nazi Punks Fuck Off"
Dead Kennedys "Nazi Punks Fuck Off"
is the fifth single by Dead Kennedys. It was released in 1981 on Alternative Tentacles with "Moral Majority" as the B-side. Both are from the In God We Trust, Inc. EP, although the EP version is a different recording from the single version. The single included a free armband with a crossed-out swastika. The design was later adopted as a symbol for the anti-racist punk movement Anti-Racist Action. In the opening of the In God We Trust, Inc. version of "Nazi Punks Fuck Off", lead singer Jello Biafra mentions English producer Martin Hannett, who had worked with Joy Division and Buzzcocks, accusing him, tongue-in-cheek, of having "overproduced" the recording. Hannett, in fact, did not work with Dead Kennedys.
Bohemia AfterDark #421
Bohemia AfterDark #421
WB 61 Phoenix, Arizona., December 29th, 2001 Bohemia AfterDark Television Show.
BAD - Montage Demo -1994
BAD - Montage Demo -1994
Bohemia Afterdark the television show from 1982 to 2007 Here is Bohemia Afterdark's Montage Music Video Demo from 1994
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's - Military Industrial Complex - Speech Origins and Significance
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's - Military Industrial Complex - Speech Origins and Significance
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's farewell address, known for its warnings about the growing power of the "military-industrial complex," was nearly two years in the making. This Inside the Vaults video short follows newly discovered papers revealing that Eisenhower was deeply involved in crafting the speech, which was to become one of the most famous in American history. The papers were discovered by the family of Eisenhower speechwriter Malcolm Moos and donated to the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum. Eisenhower Library director Karl Weissenbach and presidential historian and Foundation for the National Archives board member Michael Beschloss discuss the evolution of the speech.
King Black Acid - I'm In Love With a Girl
King Black Acid - I'm In Love With a Girl
Welcome to the music video for King Black Acid's cover of the Big Star song "I'm In Love With A Girl". Available on bubble gum pink vinyl from Mazinga Records/Cavity Search Records or as digital download at these fine services. . . . iTunes/Apple Music https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/im-... Amazon https://music.amazon.com/albums/B07BK... CD Baby https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/kingblack... Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/100SJ4...   *Filmed, colored and edited by Jeremiah L. Scott - additional camera work by Damien Genardi, Josh Smith and Adam Michaud. Special FX Lenses Provided By Lens Baby Portland Or USA. Grip/Lighting Support by Jason Wilkinson Characters: Daniel Riddle Gabby Holt Samantha Hughes Justin Whomever Mari Lane Emmi Riddle Ripley Scott   Special thanks to; Justin Lein , James Dineen, Trina Vasks, Heather Hanson, Erin Cooper, Crystal Zingsheim Facebook https://www.facebook.com/King-Black-A.... Instagram https://www.instagram.com/king_black_... Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-693712112.... Twitter https://twitter.com/kingblackacid   Mazinga Records Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Mazinga-Reco.... Cavity Search Records http://www.cavitysearchrecords.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CavitySearch...   Recorded at Mazinga Studios Portland Oregon. by Daniel Riddle
Bohemia Afterdark #4 (1985)
Bohemia Afterdark #4 (1985)
Bohemia Afterdark Show number 4 - Phoenix, Arizona. Jeff Crawford Founder of Bohemia Afterdark in 1982 and operated in Phoenix, AZ but early history is unknown until 1990 when they moved to Portland, Oregon. In 1992 they began airing on KPDX Portland and then they move to KWBP in 1994. In 1995 they began airing on 22 Network One affiliates. In 1997 Network One shut down and the service moved to KOIN and in 2001, the service moved back to Phoenix, airing on KASW, then in 2002, moved to KPHO-TV. In 2003 they got their own station, KPHE-LP, at the time broadcasting on channel 19 in Mesa, Arizona, and changed their name to Bohemia Visual Music. KPHE moved to channel 44 in Phoenix in 2005 and continued to broadcast until 2006 with broadcasting on KORS-CA digital subchannel 16.2 in Portland from September 2006 to March 2010. Bohemia Visual Music relaunched with a website as an internet broadcast on August 20, 2011. Websites bvmtv.com, bohemiavsiualmusic.com and bvmtv.com are part of the Bohemia Visual Music, Bohemia Afterdark brand for almost 40 years.
The Fugs - I Couldn't Get High (Swedish TV -1968)
The Fugs - I Couldn't Get High (Swedish TV -1968)
The Fugs First Album is the 1965 debut album by American rock band the Fugs, described in their AllMusic profile as "arguably the first underground rock group of all time". In 1965, the album charted #142 on Billboard's "Top Pop Albums" chart. The album was originally released in 1965 as The Village Fugs Sing Ballads of Contemporary Protest, Point of Views, and General Dissatisfaction on Folkways Records before the band signed up with ESP-Disk, who released the album under its own label with a new name in 1966. The album was re-released in 1993 on CD with an additional 11 tracks.   I Couldn't Get High (2006 Remaster) · The Fugs Electromagnetic Steamboat: The Reprise Recordings ℗ 2006 Warner Records Inc.
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The Jesus and Mary Chain "You Trip Me Up" 1985
The Jesus and Mary Chain "You Trip Me Up" 1985
"You Trip Me Up" is a song by the Scottish alternative rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain from their 1985 debut album Psychocandy. The track was released as the second single from the record through Blanco y Negro Records in May 1985. The song was written by band members William Reid and Jim Reid. It was one of the first four songs by the band that were recorded for a Peel Session. A music video for the song was recorded in Algarve, Portugal.
Mudwimin "Love Anthem" 1989
Mudwimin "Love Anthem" 1989
Mudwimin "Love Anthem" Film by Robert Arnold from San Francisco made for Mudwimin from their album "Skiz" later released on Big Dog Record 1992. "Foxcore" is a 1990s rock music genre of bands featuring female singers. According to Joanne Gottlieb and Gayle Wald, the term was coined as a joke by Thurston Moore during the early 1990s to describe a wave of loud and aggressive female fronted bands that was occurring at the time. Failing to understand Moore's humorous intent, and confusing it with the Riot Grrrl movement of that era, the media picked up on the term. The term was criticized by Courtney Love in a 1991 interview for CKUT Radio for being sexist and tokenizing. (Cite: Wikipedia)
Israel Vibration "Feelin' Irie"
Israel Vibration "Feelin' Irie"
Free to Move is a 1996 reggae album by the group Israel Vibration. The album spent three weeks on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, peaking at #14 on September 14, 1996.
Blind Idiot God - Wide Open Spaces
Blind Idiot God - Wide Open Spaces
Blind Idiot God is the debut album by Blind Idiot God , released in 1987 through SST Records. Produced by Martin Bisi, the album was released on CD, cassette and vinyl record. The album showcased the band's eclectic tastes for punk rock, heavy metal, dub, free jazz and classical music. It was critically well-received and attracted the attention of John Zorn, Alex Winter and Henry Rollins, who all became devoted admirers of the group.
Siouxsie and The Banshees "Dear Prudence"
Siouxsie and The Banshees "Dear Prudence"
During 1983, the band members worked on several side projects; Siouxsie and Budgie composed the first Creatures album, Feast, while Severin and Smith recorded as The Glove. Smith then insisted on documenting his time with the Banshees, so the group released a cover version of The Beatles "Dear Prudence" in September 1983. It became their biggest UK hit, reaching number 3 on the Singles Chart. They also released a live album, Nocturne, and completed their sixth studio album, Hyaena.  Shortly before its release in May 1984, Smith left the group, citing health issues due to an overloaded schedule, being in two bands at once.
Adolescents Live 1982
Adolescents Live 1982
One of my all-time favorite early 80’s hardcore bands will always be The Adolescents; these kids made music that was way beyond their years! This group of OC punks articulated the thoughts of our generation like no other band has since. Musically, The Adolescents rewrote what a punk song sounded like – the Agnew brothers made sure of this. They wrote songs about everything from punk violence to LSD to the fucked up daily politics we faced as teenagers in the 80’s. I will never forgot how they were the soundtrack to many of our cyco skate sessions. Hearing the lyrics that Tony penned made me feel like I could do anything I wanted to do. In a nutshell, these dudes were inspiring as fuck! Do not get it twisted – those OC punks were bonkers & would fight you if you looked at them the wrong way, but Venice punks did what we had to do, it seemed like rad music was a unifying factor for non-violence. I will always be amazed at how melodic this band was, but they never lacked power, with huge doses of teenage angst. For your viewing enjoyment, CVLT Nation has found a killer 21 minute video of some rare vintage live footage, so you can recognize how epic this band was for yourself. (Cite:) By: Sean Reveron Published July 7, 2020
E-40 "Hope I Don't Go Back"
E-40 "Hope I Don't Go Back"
Along with a single, a Music Video was produced for the song "Hope I Don't Go Back", featuring Otis & Shug. A second single, "From the Ground Up", was also released as a music video, featuring Too Short, K-Ci & JoJo. The album eventually went Gold. In 2013 E-40 ranked what he considers to be his ten best albums, and named The Element of Surprise as his best album overall. Earl Tywone Stevens Sr. (born November 15, 1967), better known by his stage name E-40, is an American rapper.
Johnny Cash "Hurt"
Johnny Cash "Hurt"
Unearthed is a box set by American country singer Johnny Cash. It was released by American Recordings on November 25, 2003, two months after Cash's death. The album was compiled by Cash and Rick Rubin, who also produced the set. It was certified Gold on December 2, 2004, by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Another State of Mind Documentary
Another State of Mind Documentary
The bands head north up through San Francisco, Oregon, and Seattle. The film documents Social Distortion and Youth Brigade live shows; it also features Minor Threat at band practice. At one point in the movie, Social Distortion's Mike Ness sits on a porch and writes future underground hit "Another State of Mind". The film documents not only the complex and challenging social dynamics of the punk scene, the touring bands, and their crew, but also documents the DIY punk touring circuit in its infancy. A final bus break-down in D.C. causes Social Distortion to split up. Liles and Danell abandon the group to stay with friends of Brinson's, where they voice their exhaustion with the tour and the rest of the group. Out of desperation, the others go to the local Kmart to shop for tarps with the members of Minor Threat. Mike Ness ends up being stranded when the rest of Social Distortion heads back to OC where they feel they have a better chance of making money rather than staying on the difficult tour. Ness has really no choice but to grab a flight back to LA himself and try to regroup. Youth Brigade rents a truck and drives back to Los Angeles.
Bohemia AfterDark #421
Bohemia AfterDark #421
WB 61 Phoenix, Arizona., December 29th, 2001 Bohemia AfterDark Television Show.
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Bohemia Afterdark #267
Bohemia Afterdark #267
Original airdate was February 10th, 1996 on KPDX Fox 49
BAD Presents - Mike Watt Special (1994)
BAD Presents - Mike Watt Special (1994)
Bohemia Afterdark is for music lovers that remember the alternative, hardcore, grunge and hip hop music from the late 80’s and early 00’s. Music featured on BVMTV during that time typically was not seen anywhere else. - Bohemia AfterDark Presents - Mike Watt Special 1994
Bohemia AfterDark #421
Bohemia AfterDark #421
WB 61 Phoenix, Arizona., December 29th, 2001 Bohemia AfterDark Television Show.
BAD - Montage Demo -1994
BAD - Montage Demo -1994
Bohemia Afterdark the television show from 1982 to 2007 Here is Bohemia Afterdark's Montage Music Video Demo from 1994
Bohemia Afterdark #447
Bohemia Afterdark #447
11-12-2001 Air Date, KPHO CBS TV 5 - Phoenix, AZ running time: 28:30
Bohemia Afterdark #4 (1985)
Bohemia Afterdark #4 (1985)
Bohemia Afterdark Show number 4 - Phoenix, Arizona. Jeff Crawford Founder of Bohemia Afterdark in 1982 and operated in Phoenix, AZ but early history is unknown until 1990 when they moved to Portland, Oregon. In 1992 they began airing on KPDX Portland and then they move to KWBP in 1994. In 1995 they began airing on 22 Network One affiliates. In 1997 Network One shut down and the service moved to KOIN and in 2001, the service moved back to Phoenix, airing on KASW, then in 2002, moved to KPHO-TV. In 2003 they got their own station, KPHE-LP, at the time broadcasting on channel 19 in Mesa, Arizona, and changed their name to Bohemia Visual Music. KPHE moved to channel 44 in Phoenix in 2005 and continued to broadcast until 2006 with broadcasting on KORS-CA digital subchannel 16.2 in Portland from September 2006 to March 2010. Bohemia Visual Music relaunched with a website as an internet broadcast on August 20, 2011. Websites bvmtv.com, bohemiavsiualmusic.com and bvmtv.com are part of the Bohemia Visual Music, Bohemia Afterdark brand for almost 40 years.
KPHE TV 44 - 12 noon to 2pm
KPHE TV 44 - 12 noon to 2pm
Original programming from Bohemia Visual Music (bvmtv) of KPHE TV 44.  This is the very first programming to go on the airwaves on KPHE TV44. Programming from 12PM - 2PM -  airdate - Feb. 5th, 2005 Post Production/ Programming by: Jeff Crawford   The service began as Bohemia Afterdark in 1982 and operated in Phoenix, AZ but early history is unknown until 1990 when they moved to Portland, Oregon. In 1992 they began airing on KPDX Portland and then they move to KWBP in 1994. In 1995 they began airing on 22 Network One affiliates. In 1997 Network One shut down and the service moved to KOIN and in 2001, the service moved back to Phoenix, airing on KASW, then in 2002, moved to KPHO-TV. In 2003 they got their own station, KPHE-LP, at the time broadcasting on channel 19 in Mesa, Arizona, and changed their name to Bohemia Visual Music. KPHE moved to channel 44 in Phoenix in 2005.   
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Bohemia Afterdark #267
Bohemia Afterdark #267
7 Year Bitch "Hip Like Junk"
7 Year Bitch "Hip Like Junk"
BAD Presents - Mike Watt Special (1994)
BAD Presents - Mike Watt Special (1994)
Smut Peddler Movie Trailer 1965
Smut Peddler Movie Trailer 1965
Liquid Sky Movie Trailer 1982
Liquid Sky Movie Trailer 1982
The Didjits 1986
The Didjits 1986
Yello "The Evening is Young" 1981
Yello "The Evening is Young" 1981
NBRydaz "So Fly"
NBRydaz "So Fly"
Israel Vibration "Feelin' Irie"
Israel Vibration "Feelin' Irie"
Blind Idiot God - Wide Open Spaces
Blind Idiot God - Wide Open Spaces
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7 Year Bitch "Hip Like Junk"
7 Year Bitch "Hip Like Junk"
Yello "The Evening is Young" 1981
Yello "The Evening is Young" 1981
Helen Shapiro - Look Who It Is
Helen Shapiro - Look Who It Is
Kettle Cadaver - Junkyard Graveyard
Kettle Cadaver - Junkyard Graveyard
Elton John with Kiki Dee - Don't Go Breaking My Heart
Elton John with Kiki Dee - Don't Go Breaking My Heart
Tupelo Chain Sex - The Dream
Tupelo Chain Sex - The Dream
T.I. Featuring Justin Timberlake - Dead and Gone
T.I. Featuring Justin Timberlake - Dead and Gone
Probot - Shake Your Blood
Probot - Shake Your Blood
Authority Zero - Revolution
Authority Zero - Revolution
The Knickerbockers - Lies
The Knickerbockers - Lies

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