Various - It Came From Slimey Valley

Various - It Came From Slimey Valley

Original Release Date


Release Information

US LP 1984 (Ghetto-Way - GTOLP 33001)

A1 Dr. Know - Boy's Life
A2 Crank Shaft - Army Of The Dead
A3 Rigor Mortis - In The Trenches
A4 Flower Leperds - Preacher's Confession
A5 The G.R.I.M. - Old Towne Mall
A6 Mox Nix - Vicious Cycle
A7 America's Hardcore - Born Prejudice
A8 Ill Repute - Strike Back
B1 Flower Leperds - Death Of Two Lovers
B2 False Confessions - Prophesy
B3 Slaughterhouse 5 - 2nd Generation
B4 Dr. Know - In That House
B5 Reign Of Terror - Violent Children
B6 Crank Shaft - There's Something In The Cellar
B7 Circle One - Going Against The Grain
B8 Undercity Kings - Undercity Kings

Chart Placings



All tracks recorded at: Mystic Studio, Hollywood
Engineered by: Mac Caldwell, Steve Brenner, Doug Moody, Phillip Raves
Front Cover Art: Mad Marc Rude
Layout & Design: Phillip Raves
Mastered by Richard Simpson
Photos by Alison "Mouse", Erin Berlin

Reviews & Opinions

JEFF BALE, MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL #16: AUGUST 1984: Yet another cleanly-produced compilation from Mystic/Ghetto Way and, like "COPulation", it contains a well-balanced mixture of thrash, punk, Metal, and their permutations like DR KNOW's "Boy's Life", CRANK SHAFT's cuts, and RIGOR MORTIS's metallish "In the Trenches", but overall it provides a good introduction to current developments in the Southland. Marc Rude's grotesque cover art provides an additional bonus.

Additional Notes

Reissued in CD in 2005 as part of a split CD by Scared Straight, entitled Scared Straight/Slimey Valley.


Various - It Came From Slimey Valley - US LP 1984 (Ghetto-Way - GTOLP 33001)Various - It Came From Slimey Valley - US LP 1984 (Ghetto-Way - GTOLP 33001)


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