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SCATERD FEW - OUT OF THE ATTIC + 2 Bonus (*NEW-VINYL 2023, Retroactive Records) Punk/Metal/Rock Masterpiece!

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The faithful remnant of “the Few” have implored for the reissue of all things Allan Aguirre. The gods have listened. The creative genius behind this musical catalogue is of a high magnitude. There is much to celebrate in this Vinyl (and CDs!), remastered to perfection!  

With 2 full albums by Spy Glass Blüe and 4 full albums by Scaterd Few these long-awaited first-time on vinyl releases are unquestionably an essential listening. All the music has been remastered by the competent Rob Colwell (Bombworks Sound), the impeccable box and album layout art by Scott Waters (No Life Til Metal), and is a collaborative between Retroactive Records and Allan Aguirre’s own Faceless Gen Recording Company. Only 200 Vinyl will be made, so make sure to get yours. Two words: Get Stoked!!  ....Doug Peterson / Music Critic

  • Black vinyl with a 12x12 insert
  • First time on vinyl!
  • Limited to just 200 units
  • Two unreleased bonus tracks from The Aspects - Allan’s band in Guatemala City circa 1981
  • Remastered for vinyl by Rob Colwell at Bombworks Sound
  • Originally released 1991 (cassette) on Sacrosanctus Records and Flying Tart Records (1994)

Scaterd-Few ‎– Out Of The Attic (1983-84)

RRV1650 Scaterd Few ‎– Out Of The Attic (1983-84) Vinyl 732131700725

ABOUT THE ALBUM
Out Of The Attic was “officially” released in cassette format in 1991 on Aguirre’s own Sacrosantus label, a year after Sin Disease was released. Before that, an eleven-song tape was made available at shows, or bootlegged. Flying Tart Records picked it up for a CD release in 1994. With its inclusion in the boxset, Out Of The Attic finally receives the sound tweaking it has been begging for. Tracks four through eleven off Out Of The Attic were on The Terry Tapes, named accordingly since Terry Taylor sat in the producer’s seat. Attic is unapologetic LA punk, no special effects, no over-dubs. The audacity of believers doing punk in the early ‘80s is unequivocally ballsy. These were short yet authentic punk songs informing a decade and a half of starch-in-the-collar industry types what they could expect, particularly in the Pacific Northwest, for another musical revolution. Apart from the first Barnabas album, Circle One, a young U2, and some fringe UK bands, nothing came close to the fire Scaterd Few was igniting. And nothing came within a country mile of the punk vibe of these primal songs.  The 2023 Retroactive Records black vinyl has been remastered by Rob Colwell of Bombworks Sound and also includes 2 never-before-released tracks from The Aspects - Allan’s band in Guatemala City circa 1981!  Never-before-on-vinyl - and limited to just 200 units world-wide!  Enjoy!

...MORE ABOUT THE ALBUM
Out Of The Attic was “officially” released in cassette format in 1991 on Aguirre’s own Sacrosantus label, a year after Sin Disease was released. Before that, an eleven-song tape was made available at shows, or bootlegged. Flying Tart Records picked it up for a CD release in 1994. With its inclusion in the boxset, Out Of The Attic finally receives the sound tweaking it has been begging for.

I remember hearing a bootleg of these songs back in 1984, along with Circle One’s Patterns of Force album. There was nothing more authentically punk than these songs from the viewpoint of outreach. As Terry Scott Taylor of Daniel Amos fame penned in the Flying Tart liner notes, the LA club scene had these songs long before the Christian bookstores did.

One of the first band incarnation of Scaterd Few consisted of Allan Aguirre (then known as Ramald Domkus) on guitar, another “Allen” on vocals, brother Omar on bass, and Brian Andrews on drums. Tracks four through eleven off Out Of The Attic were on The Terry Tapes, named accordingly since Terry Taylor sat in the producer’s seat. Attic is unapologetic LA punk, no special effects, no over-dubs. The audacity of believers doing punk in the early ‘80s is unequivocally ballsy. These were short yet authentic punk songs informing a decade and a half of starch-in-the-collar industry types what they could expect, particularly in the Pacific Northwest, for another musical revolution.

When listening to these early songs like Death or Anti-Ape, it revisits an earlier time when some of us wanted nothing more than to experience unabashed freedom in both Jesus and music that spoke in a raw vernacular. Apart from the first Barnabas album, Circle One, a young U2, and some fringe UK bands, nothing came close to the fire Scaterd Few was igniting. And nothing came within a country mile of the punk vibe of these primal songs.   (Doug Peterson / Music Critic)

Tracklist
1983 Side
Gave Us Life ('83 Studio)
Untitled
Death
Echo
Sin Face
P.T.T.C.P
The End
Anti - I'm Right
Anti Ape
tid bit
Death

1984 Side
tid bit
P.T.T.C.P.
Gave Us Life
Anti Ape
Anti - I’m Right
tid bit
Ratzak at the Beach
(the beach continued)
Solo
BONUS TRACKS (The Aspects - Allan’s band in Guatemala City circa 1981)
With Him
Knock, Knock

 

1983 Side
Gave Us Life ('83 Studio)/Untitled/Death/Echo/Sin Face/P.T.T.C.P/The End/Anti - I'm Right/Anti Ape/tid bit/Death

1984 Side
tid bit/P.T.T.C.P./Gave Us Life/Anti Ape/Anti - I’m Right/tid bit/Ratzak at the Beach/(the beach continued)/Solo
BONUS TRACKS (The Aspects - Allan’s band in Guatemala City circa 1981)
With Him/Knock, Knock