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THE THROBS - Proud To Be Loud (1986)


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Never even knew this existed until today. Vinyl only release limited to 500 copies. Band was still in Canada at this time before moving to the US. Anyone ever heard this?

April 12, 2021

 

THE THROBS - Proud To Be Loud [1st album 1986 / 0dayrox vinyl rip] full
 

Now very rare, this was a limited 500 copies – vinyl only – press via Precision Records. This was the time when the band rocked in their native Canada before moving to USA.

Musically, they were much more raw, with a glam punky sleazy sound which was instantly adored by headbangers for their adrenaline charged, wasted tunes like “Nuclear Attack”, “I Do What I Want” and “Here Comes The Night”.

Almost impossible to find vinyl.

Tracklist:

01 – Here Comes The Night
02 – She’s So Pretty
03 – Everybody’s Gonna Have A Real Good Time
04 – I’ll Do What I Want
05 – Oh Love
06 – Nuclear Attack
07 – I Was Gonna

Ron Sweetheart Collie – lead vocals
Jeff Campbell – guitar, vocals
Michael Lotimer – bass, vocals
Peter Lotimer – drums, vocals

 

Out of print

 

 

 

 

 

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After listen to this compare with "Language " this one has a more punky sound. 

There are three copies for sale on discogs

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Sounds like a completely different band.

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