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MISSION OF BURMA - "Signals, Calls, and Marches" (1981)

Boston, MA

This is the first, and only, EP released during Mission of Burma's original lifespan. It's known for the opening track "That's When I Reach for My Revolver", and rightfully so, but the rest of the record is definitely worth paying attention to. Not as good as their follow-up, "Vs.", but that's asking a little too much. This is still good, solid post-punk from America.

A1 That's When I Reach for My Revolver 3:53
A2 Outlaw 2:33
A3 Fame and Fortune 3:35
B1 This Is Not a Photograph 1:57
B2 Red 3:37
B3 All World Cowboy Romance 5:12

More from Mission of Burma:
"Vs." (1982)

Recommended listening:
MINUTEMEN - "The Punch Line" (1981)
WIPERS - "Is This Real?" (1980)

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