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Los Angeles independent label Minky Records is issuing two crucial, hitherto unheard slices of music recorded in the ’80s by the late L.A. punk rock legend Jeffrey Lee Pierce and his band The Gun Club. On June 12, the company will release an exclusive single version of the Pierce original “Bad Indian” and a cover of Jody Reynolds’ “Fire Of Love.” Versions of both songs appeared on The Gun Club’s 1982 sophomore album Miami, but this 45 will feature the unreleased original studio recordings, produced by Chris D. (Chris Desjardins) for the band’s debut album Fire Of Love, released on Slash Records’ subsidiary imprint Ruby Records in 1981.