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NEW Tricatel/Philharmonie/Le Bain/2019:
1980 Comateens recorded two songs for 2×5, an early New York rock compilation, produced by Jimmy Destri of Blondie. Two songs by five bands, including: Fleshtones, Brian Sezter’s Bloodless Pharaohs, Student Teachers & The Revelons. This was the band’s first appearance on a commercial album. Released by Red Star Records, US.
1982 On stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater at west 52nd street and Broadway in NYC, taping taping “Live Wire” for Nickelodeon TV. The theater is now known as the home of “Late Show with David Letterman.” (2 images)
2010 Comateens performance, for the Mudd Club reunion held at the Delancy Lounge, along with The Sick F*cks, Walter Steding, The Bush Tetras, Three Teens Kill Four, Tina Peel and Richard Lloyd, with emcees were Dave Street and Ann Magnuson.
2010 On stage at the Mudd Club reunion.
In The Studio:
Somewhere in southern France. The grey suede kitten boots that Lyn Byrd has on in this photo were stolen shortly after this picture was taken.
1990 Power trio: The Stigmatix recorded fifteen tracks together. (left to right) Jerry Agony former bassist for Richard Hell, Comateen Nic, & James Chance of the Contortions. At The World nightclub, New York City.
Part of Oliver’s touring collection, including his lapel buttons. He customized his guitar picks, cutting them into whatever shape he needed to get his ‘sound’. They would shred to pieces after a few shows.