|1||You Can't Touch Me There|
|4||She's Part Of The Scene|
|7||Queen City Stomp|
|8||Cock On The Loose|
|12||Mill Workin' Man|
|RR 007||Antiseen||Raw Shit (LP, Comp)||Repo Records||RR 007||US||1989|
Issued in a plain white sleeve.
The artwork consists of two sheets of paper, printed in monochrome, and glued to the front and back.
[On label side A:]
All songs © 1984-89 Death Train Music.
The official Antiseen bootleg. [...] May - '89
[Tracks A1 to A7:]
Recorded at • Centipede Studios
Dubbed at • Reflection Studios
Originally released as a 7" ep on Death Train Music, 1985
Recorded in Nov. of 1984
1000 pressed 950 with white group shot cover 34 with "Ed Gein" cover 16 with Gold Ed cover
All songs [...] © 1985 DTM 001
[Tracks B1 to B3:]
Recorded live in 1985 at "Memories" in Pineville, NC
[...] The first 2 tunes appear on the LP "Honour Among Thieves" the last appeared on the Slimegoats EP.
[Tracks B4 to B6:]
These numbers are outtakes from the "Noise For The Sake Of Noise" sessions.
Drummer Doug Throgmorton took a short leave of absence while this LP was being recorded.
He was temporarily replaced by Spitbubble McDonald.
These are some very sloppy versions of some of our favorite cover tunes by such diverse artist such as Mr. GG Allin, The Trashmen, and an Antiseen / James Brown work over or out - what ever.
Recorded May 6 + 7 1989
Like the above, this was recorded at Peninsula Sound in Mooresville, NC
This features the current line up of the band w/ Clayton, Young, O'Keefe, Throgmorton.
The exact date of this is unknown but it was in '89.
"The red and white is what was intended for the first press of RAW SHIT. The second pressing was all black. There are pink swirl, pepto pink, almost white and I've seen one hot pink but yeah that blood splay experiment didn't work!" - Jeff Clayton (ANTiSEEN vocalist)
"Pink 300 ..........black 500.............. NO Red/white made. it was to be white with blood splatter and it came out Pink. I only have Black ones left. they were all made at the same time. I really don't remember how many were pressed anymore." - Jimmy Parker (Repo Records)