V/A feat. Boss Hog – Dope, Guns and Fucking Up Your Video Deck Vol. 1 – 3: 1990 – 94 (DVD, US)

23 March 2004 Amphetamine Reptile 3543-DV-0061
Volume One – 1990:
01. Helmet – Bad Mood
02. Helios Creed – The Rant
03. Cows – Cartoon Corral
04. Vertigo – Tonic Thing
05. King Snake Roost – Top End Killer
06. God Bullies – Cemetary
07. Tar – Les Paul Worries
08. Lubricated Goat – In The Raw
09. Surgery – Maliblues
10. Halo Of Flies – No Time

Volume Two – 1992:
11. Cows – Hitting The Wall
12. Helios Creed – I’m Your Spaceman
13. Surgery – Little Debbie
14. Vertigo – Smoked
15. Boss Hog – Commercial #1
16. Tar – Goethe
17. God Bullies – War On Everybody
18. Cosmic Psychos – Dead Roo
19. Boss Hog – Commercial #2
20. Crows – Crisper
21. Helmet – Black Top

Volume Three 1994:
22. Guzzard – Last
23. Cows – Sugar Torch
24. Janitor Joe – Boys In Blue
25. Boss Hog – Hustler
26. Chokebore – Coat
27. Hammerhead – Double Negative
28. Cosmic Psychos – Rain Gauge
29. Today Is The Day – 6 Dementia Satyr
30. Helmet – Unsung
31. Melvins – Honey Bucket
32. Cows – Mine

Bonus Vids 1994 And Later:
33. Unsane – Scrape
34. Lollipop – Slow Drip
35. Servotron – People Mover
36. Cosmic Psychos – Whip Me
37. Melvins – Mobius Hiabatchi
38. Supernova – Math
39. Freedom Fighters – Deliver Us
40. Feedtime – Melody Line
41. Today Is The Day – Realization
42. Gnomes Of Zurich – Bathe In Me
43. Chokebore – A Taste For Bitters
44. Unsane – Alleged

V/A feat. Boss Hog - Dope, Guns and Fucking Up Your Video Deck Vol. 1 - 3: 1990 - 94 (DVD, US)  - Cover

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V/A feat. Boss Hog - Dope, Guns and Fucking Up Your Video Deck Vol. 1 - 3: 1990 - 94 (DVD, US) - Card Insert

VIEW:
NOTES:
DVD compilation of Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of the Dope, Guns and Fucking In The Streets video compilations. Issued in red DVD case with insert and ‘Parental Advisory’ sticker on the outside of cellophane wrapping.

Black Throat by Boss Hog is played over the credits to Volume 1, two adverts directed (by Jon Spencer) for Action Box appear in Volume 2 and a video for Hustler taken from the Girl + EP.

These volumes were originally released seperately on video.

Boss Hog appeared on Dope, Guns ‘n Fucking In The Streets Volume 4 (Red Bath) and Volume 12 (Stain).

SONG CREDITS:
Produced/Directed: Tom Hazelmyer

Volume One – 1990:
Compiled/Edited: Tom Hazelmyer/Kurt Kellison/David Roth

01. Helmet – Bad Mood
Directed: Jesse Hartman and Kelly Reichardt
Camera: Mike Spiller
Lighting: Frank Stubblefield

02. Helios Creed – The Rant
Directed: David Roth
Camerea: Heather Mackerath and D. Roth

03. Cows – Cartoon Corral
Directed: David Roth
Camera: David Roth

04. Vertigo – Tonic Thing
Directed: Michael Peterson
Additional Camera: Pete Kenis

05. King Snake Roost – Top End Killer
Camera: Craig Saunders
Directed: Kurt Kellison

06. God Bullies – Cemetary
Directed: David Roth
Camera: Thor Goodrich/Tom Greenwood/Corey Hels

07. Tar – Les Paul Worries
Directed: Jim Sikora and Peeling Eyeball Prod.

08. Lubricated Goat – In The Raw
[no details given]

09. Surgery – Maliblues
Directed: Pete Kenis and Surgery

10. Halo Of Flies – No Time
Directed: Tom Greenwood/Kurt Kellison
Animation: Paula Froehle

Dr. Sphincter
Writers: Rich Kronfeld and Nick Schenk
Camera: Chris White, Dan Burton and Mike Schonwetter
Edited: Chris White and Rich Kronfeld
Original Music: Kenneth Gammell
Starring: Dr. Sphincter, Mike Meyerhoff, Aaron Burns, Nick Schenk, Jim Miske, Jeff Hamilton, Bob Grassell, Peggy Giunta, Tom Betting, John Van Heal, Chris White and Monique Gautier.

Volume Two – 1992:
Produced: Kurt Kellison/Tom Hazelmyer/Dave Roth

11. Cows – Hitting The Wall
Directed: Dave Roth for Blackball Productions

12. Helios Creed – I’m Your Spaceman
Directed: Kurt Kellison
Animation: PMF for Atavisitc

13. Surgery – Little Debbie
Directed: Paul Williams, Tony Caron, Evan Bernard & Surgery

14. Vertigo – Smoked
Directed: Dave Roth for Blackball Productions

15. Boss Hog – Commercial #1
Directed: Jon Spencer
Edited: Kurt Kellison

16. Tar – Goethe
Directed: Kurt Kellison for Atavistic

17. God Bullies – War On Everybody
Directed: Dave Roth for Blackball Productions

18. Cosmic Psychos – Dead Roo
Directed: Purple Onion Productions

19. Boss Hog – Commercial #2
Directed: Jon Spencer
Edited: Kurt Kellison

20. Crows – Crisper
Directed: Debla Geissel

21. Helmet – Black Top
Directed: Roni Evanega for Blazing Girder Productions

Dr. Sphincter Segments
Directed/Written by Nick Schenk & Rich Kronfeld
Principal Videographer/Editor: Chris White

Minutes:
Directed: Mike Schonwetter & Dan Burton

Artwork: Claude Meverhoff
Big Bunny Drawn by Jeff Johnson
Sound: Ken Gammell
Talent: Brad Koski, Aaron Burns, Jeff johnson, Barb Bjorkar, Jeff Hamilton, Claude Meyerhoff, Rich Kronfeld, Nick Schenk, Bob Grassel, Kathy Grassel, Gerard Boissy, Tim Kennedy, Tom Winner, Michelle Hutchinson, Roz Wilbanks, David Wilbanks, Ken Gammell, Peter Breitmeir, Kerry *, Peggy Giunta, Mitch Seidenfeld, Mary Rowles, Roman Dicaire, Gomez O’Prey
Special Thanks: Joanne Liebeler, Minneapolis Television Network, North Suburban Cable TV, Pat Piccanno

Volume Three 1994:
Compiled at Mainstream Communications by Rich Fuller/Haze XXL/Rich Kronfeld
AmRep Thanks: “Got My Own Show with Bob Connolly”, Group One Entertainment, Discount Video Crew
AmRep TV Theme by Gear Jammer. Recorded by Mac at AmRep

22. Guzzard – Last
Album: Get A Witness
Director: David Roth

23. Cows – Sugar Torch
Album: Sexy Pee Story
Director: David Roth

24. Janitor Joe – Boys In Blue
Album: Big Metal Birds
Director: John Anglim

25. Boss Hog – Hustler
Produced: Cristina
Recorded in New York City at B.C. Studio (1993)
EP: Girl+
Directed: Dave Roth

26. Chokebore – Coat
Album: Motionless
Director: David H. Moe

27. Hammerhead – Double Negative
‘AmRep Plugged’ Live Performance introduced by Dr. Sphincter

28. Cosmic Psychos – Rain Gauge
Album: Palamino Pizza
Director: Mark Hartley

29. Today Is The Day – 6 Dementia Satyr
Album: Supernova
Director: Donnie Briley

30. Helmet – Unsung
Album: Unsung
Director: John Sullivan

31. Melvins – Honey Bucket
Album: Houdini
Director: Steve Payne
Melvins Appear Courtesy Atlantic Records

32. Cows – Mine
Album: Cunning Stunts
Director: Donnie Briley

Dr. Sphincter Stuff
Produced: Rich Kronfeld
Writers: Rich Kronfeld/Nick Schenk
Directed: Nick Schenk/Chris White
Edited: Chris White
Make-Up/Special Effects: Crist Ballas
Models/Minatures: Tony Betker
Sound: Kenneth Gammell
Graphics/Artwork: Barb Stuart and Laura Cobb
Starring: Ross Carlson, Audrey Crabtree, Kevin Dooley, Ken Gammell, Wes Halulah, Mikey Heinrich, Mary Ann Johnson, Tim Kennedy, Brian McConnel, Eric Noble, Nick Schenk, Mary Westerberg, Chris White, Dave Wilbanks, Jason Wooten and Roz Wilbanks
Special Thanks: Lifetouch Video Creations, Brian Dellis, Tim Johnson, Paul at Village Square Liquors, Aqua City Motel, Ross Carlson, Matt Panchar, Dan Burton, Marv Schenk and Marcy Kronfeld

Bonus Vids 1994 And Later:
33. Unsane – Scrape
34. Lollipop – Slow Drip
35. Servotron – People Mover

36. Cosmic Psychos – Whip Me
Album: Self Totalled
Director: Whitney Ward

37. Melvins – Mobius Hiabatchi
38. Supernova – Math
39. Freedom Fighters – Deliver Us
40. Feedtime – Melody Line
41. Today Is The Day – Realization
42. Gnomes Of Zurich – Bathe In Me
43. Chokebore – A Taste For Bitters
44. Unsane – Alleged

SLEEVE NOTES:
“From the mid-80’s through the mid-90’s, Amphetamine Reptile Records defined the term “Underground.” (Coming of age before the terms “Indie” or “Alternative” were banded about, those involved preferred the term “pigfuck.”) For blistering genre-creating sounds, graphics and attitude, AmRep had no equal.

Being far too raw and fucked-up for MTV, the label began what was then a first — the cheap self-published Video Compilation. Amphetamine Reptile’s successful “Dope, Guns & Fucking In The Streets” 7-inch single series helped shape the label as well as put it on the map with critics and taste-makers. To transfer this idea into the VHS format, AmRep grabbed the cameras, art school directors, and it’s stable of unstable musicians, and let ‘er rip. Enlisting the insane “Dr. Sphincter” (Minneapolis local-access weirdo and “Let’s Bowl” creator Rich Kronfeld, the only comedian capable of matching AmRep’s blistering barrage, the “Dope, Guns…” video series documents a seiminal movement in music history.”

DETAILS:
ARTWORK: [no details]

BARCODE: 0 22891 43669 0

MATRIX: “3543-DV-0061 DOPE GUNS L-1 1.1 3543-DV-0061 DOPE GUNS L-O”

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