In the late '70s, Dangerhouse Records - the most legendary of punk rock labels - released a handful of indispensable 7"s and two 12"s: records that everyone knows, worships and collects. One of the 12"s was Black Randy's "Pass The Dust, I Think I'm Bowie," and the other, released in 1979, was the one-sided, six-song, silkscreened picture disc EP, "Yes L.A." Frontier Records has taken great pains to reproduce every detail of the original, from the ink to the bag and cardboard, right down to custom-cut mylar seals for the flap.
1. Bags - We Don't Need The English
2. Eyes - Disneyland
3. Alley Cats - Too Much Junk
4. Black Randy - Down At The Laundromat
5. X - Los Angeles
6. Germs - No God