A former co-worker and I once figure that one of the worst things to befall a musician was either to wind up in the dump bin or record the cliche blues album. Combining the two nadirs, we entitled an imaginary album, "The Dump Bin Blues". In that sad spirit, MRML's "Dump Bin Blues" series celebrates works obtained for less than two dollars out of one of the ever-growing dump bins chewing-up floor space in the ever-shrinking world of music retail.
100 Flowers was the name 70's LA primitive-punk band The Urinals chose to relaunch themselves as an artier but still hard-hitting new wave (Mao-quoting Gang of Four division) band in the early 80's. This 1990 collection on Rhino [!] collects up the band's entire oeuvre.
If you enjoyed this trip into the dump-bin, and would like to hear more such oddities, let us know in the COMMENTS section (which is where you'll find the 100 Years of Pulchritude link).