Raised by Seuss on vinyl! [skate soundtrack related]
From what I can piece together Raised by Seuss was a group from San Jose who released one cassette EP and then promptly vanished forever. Of interesting note, is that most of the EP was used for background music on the skate video 411 VM #3, released in 1993. Luckily for all of us, Age of New Medina Music plans to release the whole thing on vinyl!
These are cats that I grew up with and this, got some fame from 411VM® (A skateboarding Video Magazine). It was used during the “Metrospective” segment For San Jose, Scott Johnston's Part and other various segments. As far as I know, there is one other person (besides myself) that has a master copy of this and they used to or still work to at 411VM® (you need to stop bootlegging this).The Original DAT was destroyed because they could not afford to pay off the studio time and was never released to them (with the exception when I had it in my hands to turn into the video suite) Which, I was lucky enough to record back in '93. They had one demo before this (89-90) which was ok and had this dude Steve and after this EP, Troy (True One) did one more song(that I remember) and never recorded anything else (at least that I know of).He was or still is playing guitar & singing in a hardcore punk group(last time I saw him '02).So, the track I picked is called "Face The Music".
About the vinyl:
Raised By Suess:S/T LP (limited vinyl release)
Some of you might remember it from my "ISH" review and also, was in the 411VM years ago (San Jose Metrospective). Was and is still considered, highly sought after material. Since I have the only master and they are the homies, we decided it was about time to give this a proper release with not only both first demos, but a couple of nice bonus tracks you most def, do not want to pass up on. We are only doing a small limited run on vinyl(300 to 500 max) and there will be no digital release of it.
Original post about the vinyl release here.