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1978​-​1979 Anthology

by Mr. Science

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Mr. Science was a linchpin of the Indiana punk scene in the late 1970s and early '80s. He was the DIY engineer at Zounds Studios in West Lafayette -- where he recorded some of the state's classic punk/art records: Amoebas In Chaos' On To Mayday LP, The Jetsons' "Suicidal Tendencies" 7-inch, the Dancing Cigarettes EP, Dow Jones and the Industrials' Hoosier Hysteria, and more.

As a member of Dow Jones and the Industrials, Science added a mass of bleeping, lurching technology to the roaring punk anthems and penned the crazed "Damage" and "Latent Psychosis" tunes.

But before all that, in 1978, Science -- also known as Brad Garton -- began writing twisted new/no wave songs on keyboards, Moog, Orchestron, organ, synthesizer and other newfangled instruments of the day. He recorded them on a TEAC A-2340 reel-to-reel.

This EP compiles five songs that survived from that era -- four unreleased until now and available for the first time since their recording nearly 40 years ago.

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released September 16, 2016

Moog, Orchestron, Organ, Synthesizer, Keyboards, Electronics, Lead Vocals – Mr. Science

Artwork – Xerox The Kidd

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Dow Jones and the Industrials West Lafayette, Indiana

Dow Jones and the Industrials were a punk/new wave band from West Lafayette, Indiana that existed for an explosive two years -- 1979 to 1981. During this brief time, they released Hoosier Hysteria (split LP with Gizmos) and a self-titled 7" EP. The song "Ladies The band was Greg Horn (guitar, vocals), Chris Clark (bass, vocals), drummer Tim North, Mr. Science (aka Brad Garton on keyboards). ... more

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