Although they’d worked up an LP’s worth of material, the Brooklynite teen punk band Nastyfacts (also known as Nasty Facts) only squeezed out a sole three-song 45 in 1981. But what a 45 it is, enduring as a punk standout in the Killed by Death style, meaning it’s energetic and raw and frankly a lot more interesting than assorted higher-profile punk releases of its era and hence. The KBD designation also means that Nastyfacts’ record is rare in its original form, and so, Left For Dead Records’ new remastered reissue is a welcome turn of events. “Drive My Car” is out now on limited ultra high fidelity 12-inch vinyl.

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