Teen Cool/Gun Crazy

7 & 7 is

Texas Platters

Teen Cool/Gun Crazy

(Cutthroat)

Teen Cool's New Year's reunion at Room 710 coincided with Houston vinylist Cutthroat commemorating the defunct Austin punks on a split with Bay City trash rockers Gun Crazy. The locals "Crash and Burn Kids" and molest "Dilemma Doll" in dialing up pure '77 self-destruction odes to rousing three-chord pow. B-sider "Talk to Jane" almost achieves nondisposability for Gun Crazy.

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