The Cynics' debut 1987!!! First time repressed since 1994. Blue vinyl. a-mce-fragment="1">Focused on the short blasts, mostly originals, a few covers, concluding with an extended version of The Wheels (Belfast) 1966 Bo-Diddley-inspired b-side punk blast "Road Block."
2021 reissue of this garage classic from Pittsburgh's legendary Cynics, first time repressed since 1994. This classic blast of guitar, rhythm and screaming vocals is now available on their own Get Hip label. Originally released in 1986 by Skyclad, this release shows the genesis of their wall of guitar sound and was The Cynics' first full-length LP. This album mixes versions of garage classics like "Ain't No Friend of Mine" and "Soul Searchin'" with scorching Cynics originals like "No Way", "Waste of Time", "Love Me Then Go Away" and the title track “Blue Train Station.” The punk and R&B roots of The Cynics sound sizzle on this classic piece, while thoroughly demonstrating the music and songwriting skills of the team of Kastelic and Kostelich.