The Middle Class

The Middle Class were effin great. A lot of people get into the whole “they started out HC but devolved into post-punk” argument with them and thats unfortunate because all of the Middle Class recordings I have heard are BRILLIANT. And yeah…Out Of Vogue is the first hardcore record ever. No doubt.

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5 Responses to The Middle Class

  1. mdgarmager says:

    T.V. Photo Life is down.

  2. Joe Stumble says:

    Hey mdgarmager thanks for letting me know. All fixed.

  3. Anonymous says:

    i picked up the 1st 45 because it looked funny, and it was a buck. to my surprise it was a raging punk 45! they were from fullerton ca, 5 mins from where i grew up. the singer has a store in fullerton on commonwealth blvd. now, that sells vintage furnature!

  4. Cassidy says:

    Awesome, Middle Class is the best, SO underrated!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    “T.V. Photo Life” seems to be a straightforward excerpt from an old (circa 1950s) Civil Defense record. I found this record while thrift-shopping back when I grew in Pasadena during the 1970′s-early 1980s. Back then I used to see local bands such as Human Hands, Bpeople, and other LAFMS-related bands whenever I got the chance. So thanks for this post and all the others!

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