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Sweet Madness Volume Two unearths more previously unreleased Sweet Madness music from where Made In Spokane: 1978 – 1981 left off. Featuring 15 mutant garage rock gems from the original Pacific NW post-punk era most of which clock in at two minutes each. High quality vinyl housed in a deluxe gatefold jacket incorporating rare photos, gig posters and lyrics.

Press for Made in Spokane 1978-1981 Volume 2

“pretty strong proof that Sweet Madness was a powerful, and supremely song-filled combo . . .” Ugly Things

“high energy, stripped down . . . the kind of band I wish I knew about back then.” Jack Rabid, Big Takeover

“a supreme surprise . . . demands one’s full attention . . . energetic and highly creative . . . impossibly catchy tunes.” Peter Blecha, Northwest Music Archives

“a crazy good discovery . . . classic punk, garage rock and first-wave ska colliding at amphetamine-fast tempos . . . lost music well worth finding . . . both volumes are as surprising as they are vital.” Seattle Times

“Four stars . . . a trove of treasures . . . Unearths two glorious almost-ballads in addition to a further age-defying collation of the band’s trademark hyperactive pop.” Record Collector, London

“Why didn’t all of us know of this band sooner? . . . concise, sharp and focused . . . I can’t help thinking that I’m listening to the greatest hits of some past band with decades of prominence . . . mind-blowing . . . . it is that damn good.” When You Motor Away Blog

“the first underground band in Eastern Washington . . . this ain’t no second-string shit—IT’S ALL MEAT. . . a killer sophomore album” The Stranger, Seattle

“be sure not to pass up this collection . . . bright, energetic, and life-reaffirming . . .” Blog to Comm