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Bev Davies photo essay part 4

Bev Davies photo essay part 4: shooting DOA in Chicago and London.

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DOA - The Prisoner

DOA's first-ever and rarely-seen video, The Prisoner. Video by John Tanner and the Nite Dreems cable-TV crew; aired in early 1979 to promote DOA's second record, The Prisoner b/w Thirteen 7-inch single on the Quintessence Records label.

Joey Shithead - guitar/vox
Randy Rampage - bass
Chuck Biscuits - drums

DOA Prisoner cap

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Randy Rampage reveals sordid past

Randy Rampage sordid past

Randy Rampage recalls his brief career as a "professional dancer"... Joey Shithead is dumbfounded.
Note: Webisodes are NOT scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com.

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Vancouver punk scene's D.I.Y. recording history

Joey Shithead, Nick Jones, Gerry Barad & John Armstrong discuss Vancouver's punk scene D.I.Y. recording history. (Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

Joey DIY still

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Keith Morris on seeing DOA the first time

Circle Jerks singer Keith Morris recalls seeing DOA in Los Angeles.
(Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

Keith Morris DOA

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DOA on Soundproof 1980

Excerpt of "Rich Bitch" followed by "Let's F#ck". Uploaded with permission of original videographer/producer Martyn Stubbs.

DOA soundproof cap

More clips from this session are available on the DOA DVD "Smash The State" available from Sudden Death Records.

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DOA - Rich Bitch (excerpt)

DOA - Rich Bitch (excerpt) from Rock Against Radiation, Vanier Park, Vancouver 1979.

DOA Radiation cap

Uploaded with permission of original videographer/producer Martyn Stubbs.

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.001 Losers' Club

Brad Kent recalls the genesis of .001 Losers' Club; Greg and Penelope of the Avengers remember the Mabuhay Club in San Francisco.
(Note: Webisodes are not scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com)

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Randy Rampage talks about touring Japan

Randy Rampage on CiTR Radio with John Tanner and J.B. Shayne, discussing touring in Japan.

John Tanner & Rampage

Note: Webisodes are NOT scenes from the Bloodied But Unbowed documentary film; they consist of extended interviews, outtakes, and material shot specifically for thepunkmovie.com.

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DOA live at Stanley Park 1978

DOA perform Woke Up Screaming live at Stanley Park, July 1, 1978. Uploaded with permission of videographer/producer Martyn Stubbs.

DOA stanley park

Vocals: Joey Shithead
Guitar: Brad Kent
Bass: Randy Rampage
Drums: Chuck Biscuits

More clips from this concert are available on the DOA DVD "Smash The State" available from Sudden Death Records.

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