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  • This is a great collection, everything Scratch Acid did is on this one CD. I call that a bargain. Scratch Acid are the band that bassist David Wm. Sims and vocalist David Yow were in from before their tenure in the amazing Jesus Lizard/5(36).
  • Includes Scratch Acid LP, Just Keep Eating LP and Berserker EP. Songs 1 to 8 recorded in July at Earth And Sky Studio, Austin, Texas. Songs 9 to 21 recorded in January at Cedar Creek Studio, Austin, Texas. Songs 22 to 27 recorded in September at Studio West, Austin, Texas and mixed in October at Wink Tyler's ARS.4/5(1).
  • Jan 01,  · Check out Moron's Moron by Scratch Acid on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  • Jun 14,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Scratch Acid - The Greatest Gift at Discogs. Complete your Scratch Acid collection/5().
  • The Greatest Gift contains everything the band ever recorded, including a few lo-fidelity instrumentals. Scratch Acid never received the notice it deserved, but the musicians could pound out brilliantly frenzied and highly original post-punkPrice: $
  • Greatest Gift from The Greatest Gift (mb) Brett Bradford - Guitar, Vocals. David Wm. Sims - Bass, Guitar, Piano. Rey Washam - Drums, Piano. David Yow - Vocals, Bass. This release has a couple .
  • Moron's Moron, a song by Scratch Acid on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  • Nov 16,  · All their albums, it seemed, were conveniently printed a while back on a single minute CD, titled The Greatest Gift. I resolved to look for it. I resolved to look for it. Later that weekend, as I toured the depths of Everyday Music (the one on West Burnside) I happened upon the only Scratch Acid CD in the entire rack, which turned out to be the compilation I had read about briefly.