LP – Black Vinyl
40th anniversary edition, which includes bonus tracks and 20-page booklet featuring rare photos, flyers, testimonials and detailed history of the album.
Wild in the Streets, the scorching 1982 sophomore album by the pathfinding Southern California hardcore punk band the Circle Jerks, will receive a remastered, augmented LP reissue on February 18 by Trust Records.
Succeeding Trust’s 2020 re-release of the band’s 1980 debut Group Sex, the package will include remastered audio by Pete Lyman and rare April 1982 live performances of material from the band’s first two albums, captured at the Elite Club in San Francisco. A lavish 20-page, full-color 12-by-12-inch booklet created for this release assembles historic photographs, club flyers, and an 8,200-word essay by veteran Los Angeles journalist Chris Morris, including new interviews with founding band members Keith Morris, Greg Heston, and Lucky Lehrer.
The release of ‘Wild in the Streets’ coincides with the February kickoff of the Circle Jerks’ 40th Anniversary Tour with support from Negative Approach, Adolescents, and 7Seconds (who will be reuniting for the first time in over five years).
Circle Jerks’ current live lineup is vocalist Keith Morris, guitarist Greg Hetson (Bad Religion, Redd Kross), bassist Zander Schloss (The Weirdos, Joe Strummer) and drummer Joey Castillo (The Bronx, QOTSA, Danzig, BL’AST!, Wasted Youth).
1. Wild In The Streets
3. Question Authority
4. Leave Me Alone
5. Stars And Stripes
6. Defamation Innuendo
7. Moral Majority
8. 86’D (Good As Gone)
9. Meet The Press
10. Forced Labor
12. Political Stu
13. Murder The Disturbed
14. Just Like Me
15. Put A Little Love In Your Heart
16. Letter Bomb (Live ’82)
17. Wild In The Streets (Live ’82)
18. Stars And Stripes (Live ’82)