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Aug 10, 2017
Category: General
Posted by: bart

Go buy it.  Click on the 'Online Store' link.

https://bigneckrecords1.bandcamp.com/album/sweet-knives

Oct 27, 2016
Category: General
Posted by: bart

We pulled all of our records from the warehouse and found a lot of stock that we did not know was there.  So, I created a new Bandcamp store to sell the new releases and I put together plenty of great deals to catch up with Big Neck!

30 CDs for $25!

Tom Potter Package (photo below)

Catching up with Musk via a Tractor Sex Fatality Package

Catching up with Beasteater via a Blowtops/Fatal Figures Package

We will continue to add more deals and more merch.  Go to the store and take advantage of them while they last!

 

Jul 20, 2016
Category: General
Posted by: bart
I have to apologize for not updating the Big Neck Website.  Our new website is taking a bit longer than we anticipated to get up and running.  So, you will see items being added to this site until we are done with the new one.
 

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Sep 23, 2014

MRR Review #2 Sonny Vincent - Cyanide Consomme LP


But I must say, '70's NYC punk influence is alive and well, still pulsing through the veins of SONNY VINCENT's work.  Songs "Jealousy," "Supernova," and "Corner Stone" are as good as anything the TESTORS could dish out.  Vincent's voice still as snotty and raw as it was in his twenties. Solid hooks, fast and anxious delivery - it's good.

Category: General
Posted by: bart
Sonny Vincent is tone prolific bastard. He's been at it for almost 50 fucking years.  Best known for fronting NYC's '70's punk band Testors, he's toured throughout the years with such badasses as VELVET UNDERGROUND's Maureen Tucker and Sterling Morrison, recorded and played music with the likes of the STOOGES' Scott Asheton, Thurston Moore, Lou Reed, Cheetah Chrome, Ernie Knapp (Charles Manson) and Kim Shattuck just to name a few.  So, with all that said, I admit I'm not one to idolize. Frankly, I get sick of seeing old, chewed up punkers still stroking themselves to their unwavering groupies, mouths agape still ready to swallow.  Seriously, for fuck sake, just stop it.  But I must say, '70's NYC punk influence is alive and well, still pulsing through the veins of SONNY VINCENT's work.  Songs "Jealousy," "Supernova," and "Corner Stone" are as good as anything the TESTORS could dish out.  Vincent's voice still as snotty and raw as it was in his twenties. Solid hooks, fast and anxious delivery - it's good. I'm not a diehard fan of TESTORS or VINCENT's subsequent work, but this is pretty solid. (CR
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