|Lookout 015||Crimpshrine||Quit Talkin' Claude...E.P. (7", EP)||Lookout! Records||Lookout 015||US||1989|
|Lookout 015||Crimpshrine||Quit Talkin' Claude...E.P. (7", EP, TP)||Lookout! Records||Lookout 015||US||1989|
Quit Talkin' Claude Tracklist. 1. Butterflies Lyrics. 4. Inspiration Lyrics. About Quit Talkin' Claude. Quit Talkin' Claude Q&A. More Crimpshrine albums.
by Crimpshrine, released 01 January 1989 1. Butterflies 2. Situation 3. Easy Answers 4. Inspiration. Tinged with melodic rhythm, crunchy guitar, and ferocious, erratic drum beats that reflect Jeff Ott’s gritty voice, Crimpshrine invented their own kind of evasive, aggressive punk. Formed in Berkeley previous to when Bay area punk music first garnered national attention, the trio released several LPs that dealt with themes like the idea of romance, questioning loneliness, and teen pregnancy. The Sound of a New World Being Born.
Crimpshrine members would go on to play in, Fifteen, Operation Ivy, Rancid, Shotwell Coho, Pinhead Gunpowder, Sweet Babys, Tilt (2) and many other East Bay bands.
Crimpshrine’s debut EP was Lookout’s fourth release, followed by an album, a second EP, and a slew of split singles and compilation tracks before the band imploded in 1989 after a ridiculous tour in a Ford Pinto hatchback. Sound Of A New World Being Born compiles their two Lookout singles Sleep What’s That and Quit Talkin’ Claude . with a handful of compilation and split 7″ tracks. Additional information.
is the final studio release by the Berkeley, California-based punk rock band Crimpshrine. It was released in April 1989, a month before the band's break-up, through Lookout Records with the catalog number LK 015. The EP showed a change in sound for the band, featuring longer songs, more personal lyrics and psychedelic influence in the guitar work.
EP. Cometbus went on to perform in Pinhead Gunpowder among many other bands, Ott went on to front Fifteen, Curran joined Monsula and Rypins became the bassist for Tilt and later The Tantrums. A tribute album to both Crimpshrine and Fifteen, called Can You Spare a Dime?, was released in 1998 by Microcosm Records. Although closely associated with the Gilman Street Project, Cometbus was quick to note in a 1988 interview with Flipside magazine that they were not a direct product of Gilman, having been established as a band years before the launch of the club. We helped them as much as they helped us because we are a part of it just as much," Cometbus.
Crimpshrine was an American punk rock band from Berkeley, California. The group was formed in 1982 by Aaron Cometbus, founder of the seminal punk rock zine Cometbus, and future Operation Ivy vocalist Jesse Michaels. Retrieved 2014-08-24.