- Courtesy of Alona's Dream's Facebook
- The Innocence reissue
If the debut episode of Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways
gave you a hankering for some early-80s Chicago punk, you're in luck. Tonight Liar's Club
hosts the release party for the reissue of Rights of the Accused's 1984 debut, Innocence
, which primo Humboldt Park microlabel Alona's Dream put out on Halloween. The seven-inch comes with a bunch of goodies—a lyrics sheet, poster, sticker, and, apparently, a reproduction of the receipt for the recording session—and Alona's Dream will have copies of a special red-cover version on sale at the party.
Necros and Big Chief vocalist Barry Henssler and original Rights of the Accused drummer Anthony Illarde are among those set to DJ tonight; it all kicks off at 9 PM. Take a listen to the title track while you pull up couch cushions looking for loose cash to spend on the seven-inch.
Correction: This post has been amended to reflect the correct spelling of Rights of the Accused.