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***"Hey music fans, it’s the first ever cassette release by the original 1976/77 Gizmos! Side 1 features material originally released on CDR as Raw First Takes by Slippy Town in 2004. That barely circulated disc contained the previously unreleased first takes of six 1977 Gizmos songs: 'Kiss Of The Rat,' 'Human Garbage Disposal,' 'Cave Woman,' 'Hey Beat Mon!,' 'Gizmos World Tour,' and 'Amerika First.' There’s also a short outtake of a spoken intro from Ted Niemiec. Plus 'Muff Divin’ (In Willkie South)' and 'Mean Screen' recorded at a drunken teenage party a year before in 1976. Brand new to this Gulcher tape are six songs recorded in 1976. Listen as northern Indiana hard-rock teen band Cerberus meets Ken Highland and Eddie Flowers in Bob Richert’s Bloomington kitchen for the very first Gizmos rehearsal/jam. They stumble through covers of 'Ramblin’ Rose' (MC5), 'Raw Power' (Stooges), 'Deuce' (Kiss), 'Little Queenie' (Chuck Berry), and a weird medley of Black Sabbath and Wilson Pickett’s 'In The Midnight Hour.' Plus an unreleased, barely remembered original called 'Screw The Screw.' It was nearly forgotten because as Krazee Ken explains: 'The Cerberus guys were trying to screw in maybe a fuzzbox; made up the song on the spot.'"—Eddie Flowers, Heavy Mother (2022)