This soundtrack is the genesis for Jello's later collaborations with D.O.A. and Nomeansno.
The movie has never been released in the U.S. and it features Jello Biafra and Joey Shithead from D.O.A..
The release of this film coincided with the first gulf war courtesy of the elder Bush war-criminal.
I personally have never seen this movie (IF ANYONE KNOWS HOW TO GET A CHANCE TO WATCH IT, PLEASE LET ME KNOW).
The sinopsys of the movie should be that sometime in the future, the developed nations have put up so much junk into space that the real danger in that time is having it come down on top of you. The entire civilization of the planet has been devastated by these man-made meteors, and decaying institutions are an additional hazard. In the story, Ross Gilmore is campaigning for reelection as the mayor of a city which he has run with the help of thuggish policemen. A few, honest citizens, work up the courage to object to this state of things. (Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide)
a1 DOA - Behind The Smile
a2 The Beatnigs - Television
a3 Jello Biafra w/Nomeansno - Falling Space Junk (Hold The Anchovies)
a4 Braineater I - Modern Man
a5 Gerry Hannah - Living With The Lies
a6 Art Bergmann - War Party
b1 Jello Biafra w/DOA - That's Progress
b2 Evan Johns & The H. Bombs - Madhouse
b3 Nomeansno - It's Catching Up
b4 Groovaholics - Pull The Trigger, Sunshine!
b5 DOA - Concrete Beach
b6 Jello Biafra w/Keith LeBlanc - Message From Our Sponsor /Object-Subject
Ripped from vinyl at 320 kbps
File size: 87139 KB