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Precious Mem'ries

It is way too fucking soon to start scrapbooking and nostalgizing over the Atlanta music scene, but that doesn’t mean you can't enjoy a couple little pages of slightly old pictures right? Just think of them as a tiny friendship wall, on the bedroom of...

by Julie Hines
Jan 1 2000, 12:00am

It is way too fucking soon to start scrapbooking and nostalgizing over the Atlanta music scene, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a couple little pages of slightly old pictures right? Just think of them as a tiny friendship wall, on the bedroom of YOUR MIND.

Japanese psych band DMBQ played one of the most epic shows in city history. By the end of the show the drummer had was playing on top of the crowd with her cymbals on fire. Two days later she died in a car crash.

The Carbonas playing at the final night of Die Slaughterhaus II.

The Spooks a little later that night.

The Neutron Bomb was a sort of makeshift punk venue run by some of the guys from the Eagles Nest. They’d take over a space in one of the rundown strip malls on Dekalb or Decatur Avenue and put on shows until the cops shut them down, then move on to the next.

Pencil-pop tournament in the original Die Slaughterhaus with three-quarters of the original Black Lips lineup. The guy recording the proceedings is Mark Naumann, who runs the label.

Cole gearing up for a drink at the 40 Watt club in Athens. This was the show that got the Black Lips banned for five years for trying to light their drums on fire.