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    Also includes PDF of original EP insert.
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  • Limited Edition 7-inch
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Near-exact reproduction of the 1981 Hardly Music 7-inch single, featuring same artwork, labels but far superior sound! Remastered by Paul Mahern from the original tapes and cut by Jason Ward at Chicago Mastering. New wave Midwestern punk never sounded so tuff. Final copies of third edition pressing with small hole 7-inch.

    Includes unlimited streaming of 1981 EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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Dow Jones and the Industrials' 1981 sole 7-inch EP, originally issued on the Hardly Music label, is immaculately re-mastered from the original tapes and now available on audiophile vinyl. Dow Jones and the Industrials of West Lafayette, Indiana existed from the late 1970s into the early 80s amongst a stylistically matchless state-wide scene that included The Gizmos, Zero Boys and Dancing Cigarettes. This EP -- of which original copies have swapped hands for more than $200 -- contains the often bootlegged and covered anthem "Can't Stand the Midwest," along with "Let's Go Steady" and "Indeterminism." This record was the second and final release from Dow Jones after the 1980 split LP with The Gizmos on Gulcher.

The four member DJI combined jagged rock 'n' roll songwriting with emerging electronic instrumentation and smart-ass collegiate humor into a wild new wave sound that won them immediate popularity among Indiana's punks and co-eds of the day and has remained in the hearts of record collectors these past 30 years.

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released March 29, 2011

Electric Bass – Chris Clark
Electric Guitar, Vocals – Greg Horn
Synthesizer, Keyboards, Electronics – Mr. Science
Drums – Timothy North

Remastered By – Paul Mahern
Vinyl Mastering By - Jason Ward
Reissue Producer – Eric Weddle

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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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