Eureka did the indie guitar-rawk thing quite earnestly I might add, not far removed from the Replacements and Figgs, albeit doled out in a slightly more pedestrian package. Innovation is hardly a buzzword here, but Eureka's willingness to disavow any sort of studio gloss lends a refreshingly organic aesthetic to this quartet of songs. Judging from the 512-area code gracing the cassette label, I would venture a guess that the band were in or damn close to the environs of Austin, TX. They have a Soundclick page where you can stream these songs and five more, however my rip was taken straight from the source tape depicted above.
Thee Mighty Caesars "Beware The Ides Of March" 1985 - More garage goodies from Billy and the lads. More punkier than Thee Milkshakes, still Rhythm and Blues, but less Rock and Roll. As the sleeve notes to Caes...
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