Drastic Plastic Records
140 / 150 Gram Vinyl Record
Mastered for vinyl by Masterdisk
Faithful, updated rendering of original art printed at Stoughton Printing Co.
150-gram black vinyl records, manufactured for pristine sound at Quality Record Pressings!
The greatest skate-punk record ever is now available once again, this time as a standard issue run, by popular demand!
After two separate limited pressings, Drastic has assigned Agent Orange's Living in Darkness for a standard issue release. A standard issue release for us is a title, which we have released as a collectible run, but now offer as a less expensive 150-gram black, unnumbered title in conventional shrink-wrap.
Agent Orange's classic hardcore masterpiece Living in Darkness was recorded with Brian Elliot, best known for composing Madonna's hit "Papa Don't Preach." The record was originally released by Posh Boy Records in November 1981. The record married hardcore punk with surf music, a combination that has influenced countless music fans, musicians and skate fans since its debut. Always relevant and extremely seminal, this record is a key cornerstone of any punk collection.
|1. Too Young To Die|
|2. Everything Turns Grey|
|4. The Last Goodbye|
|5. No Such Thing|
|6. A Cry For Help In World Gone Mad|
|8. Living In Darkness|