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Vitamin: Recordings 1981

Posted March 14, 2021, 11:07 a.m. in Records by Loren
Vitamin: Recordings 1981

On April 16, the official discography of Boston band Vitamin will become available as an official release for the first time. Titled Recordings 1981, the collection showcases the youthful no wave art punk band that first formed in 1979 by teenagers Jason Shapiro and Mike McGlinchey. Shapiro is currently in Red Kross.


The label has released "Black Sheep," a track produced by Roger Miller (Mission of Burma) in advance to share what the band had to offer.


The collection will be released by Don Giovanni Records.

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