Talk:Crash Worship

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Um, no, Crash Worship, while some of the members lived in San Diego, started as a band in San Mateo, CA, where they met at San Mateo College. Their first release was a track on a yearly college compilation, which they then: printed a golden tribal design on side one; burned/etched out all the tracks, except their own, called "FLOW: ADRV", with cool tribal designs one side two, and blacked out and hand-painted the center label on the second side. This is their first true release.

The track is called "As Above So Below." subtitled "Sexual Exhaustion" and is a remix of a track called "This" RFC2 (also RFR2: Rocco Fresco Productions Release #2) circa 1986, with graphics / printing on the LP from 1987 & 1989, with a final release in 1989.

I own a copy and know three members so please no typical Wikipedia "Know-It-All" sass-back, please, OK? Just fix it. Or let me do it and leave it alone? Thanks! WinkJunior (talk) 05:00, 30 January 2010 (UTC)


01:20, 12 January 2014 (UTC)i dont know about the history of the releases , but i was in a band with simon for years, and i know that the san mateo part of your history is not accurate. it did indeed start in san diego, as a recording project. im not trying to be the " na bro, im right" guy. but your story is not right. best kirby D — Preceding unsigned comment added by 70.36.139.71 (talk) 01:20, 12 January 2014 (UTC)

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