Oaklandish Punk

The cooperative run Berkeley venue ‘Gilman Street’ was the epicenter of the Bay Area’s thriving punk scene. On any given night there in the late 80’s you could see a multitude of influential & energetic young bands, many of whom would later go on to become international rock stars. This mix is a snap shot of those early days, when spirited local kids recreated punk in their own image. Featuring: Isocracy, Fang, Kwikway, East Bay Mud, Crimpshrine, Operation Ivy, The Mr. T Experience, and The Transplants.

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