Dow Jones and the Industrials were a killer live band. Want proof? Here it is: Live At Third Base is the complete 19-song, 70-minute performance by the band on September 28, 1980 -- less than two months before the original line-up would implode.
Shot by Randy Schwartz on a RCA BW001 video camera (with a 15mm lens and a plastic view finder) -- this gives you the point of view of pogoing along with members of the Zero Boys and dozens of other rabid Indiana punks as the Industrials rip it up. Clips of this performance have made it to YouTube over the years -- but this is the definitive version. DVD is sourced from the highest-quality copy of the lost original master and audio was restored and remastered by Zero Boys' Paul Mahern.
DVD specs: NTSC / Black and white; All-region; 70 minutes; packaged in a white paper sleeve. Originally included with the 2xLP anthology, these are the left over copies.
Can't Stand The Midwest: 1979-1981 Anthology – 2xLP + DVD
Can't Stand The Midwest: 1979-1981 Anthology – Compact Disc
1981 EP – Limited Edition 7-inch
1978-1979 Anthology –
Limited Edition 7-inch EP
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).
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