Agent Orange Living In Darkness on LP
Drastic Plastic boldly asserts that the original OC punk/surf power trio Agent Orange's debut album Living In Darkness is the greatest skate-punk record of all time. Certainly one of the three most important hardcore records for the burgeoning skate scene in the early-80s (JFA’s Valley of the Yakes and Minor Threat’s Out Of Step being the other two).
Originally released in 1981, this marriage between hardcore-punk and surf music has influenced countless music fans, musicians and skate fans since its debut. Always relevant and extremely seminal, Agent Orange's Living In Darkness is a key cornerstone of any punk collection.
After two separate limited pressings, Drastic Plastic has assigned Agent Orange’s Living in Darkness for a standard issue release. A standard issues release for Drastic is a title, which they have released as a collectible run, but now offer as a less expensive 150-gram black, unnumbered title in conventional shrink-wrap.
Agent Orange Living In Darkness Track Listing:
1. Too Young To Die
2. Everything Turns Grey
4. The Last Goodbye
5. No Such Thing
6. A Cry For Help In A World Gone Mad
8. Living In Darkness