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Details
Location:
Women's Building in San Francisco, CA
Date:
October 19, 1990
Other Acts:
Mr. T Experience (headliner), The Creamers, The Badtown Boys
Notes:
  • Recordings from this show can be found here
  • Flipside #69: "The next evening's Creamers, Mr T. Experiance and Green Day show at Women's Building is most definitely the show of shows for this issue. I even thoroughly enjoyed Green Day who’ve I know added Tre Cool of the Lookouts on drums while Al is up at school in Humboldt studying god knows what. The Creamers and Mr T. were also in prime form and proved a deadly combination of rocking, engeretic punk rock and roll. A totally great show."
  • North Mission News: "The Women’s Building auditorium might be called 'Hall of many sounds'. Since July, it has been the site of a series of alternative music shows produced by 'Illin’ Noise', a non-profit production company in the Mission. No less than four punk bands will play at the Building this Friday. October 19 at 8:30 PM. 'Mr. T. Experience' is a local pop-punk band with 3 albums out. 'Green Day', also pop-punk, is an East Bay trio that has just released a full-length album. Two L.A. bands will be driving up for the show. 'The Creamers' play 'old-style straightforward punk rock (not thrash)... they have that early L.A. punk sound.' explains punkophile Shawn Ford, who started Illin’ Noise. Also playing will be 'The Badtown Boys', a brand-new band."
Photos from San Francisco, CA
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Setlist
1. Paper Lanterns (Aborted)
2. Paper Lanterns
3. At The Library
4. Only Of You
5. I Was There
6. 16 (Acapella)
7. Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover)
8. Don't Leave Me
9. Disappearing Boy
10. Going To Pasalacqua
11. 409 In Your Coffeemaker
12. Road To Acceptance
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