Benedict Arnold & The TraitorsREVIEWS
NOT EVERYONE JUMPED ON THE AYATOLLA-BASHING BANDWAGON in late 1980. Indeed, Benedict Arnold & the Traitors (daringly-named!) positively gloated over America's corporate humiliation at the hands of the mullahs and university students of Tehran. "Kill the Hostages" (rhyming with "make them into sausages") is from their very scarce first. "Damaged" comes from their somewhat more common second, which is punkier and not quite as in-your-face: there's a repackage of all this and more early material available through and the Benedict Arnold website. -- Liner notes, Hyped To Death #42: Punk 45s from the West and South: A & B (
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