9 Toes Later

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9 Toes Later
The Undead - 9 Toes Later.JPG
EP by The Undead
Released June 25, 1982
Genre Punk
Label Stiff
Post Mortem

9 Toes Later is the debut release from New Milford, New Jersey punk band The Undead. Glenn Danzig of The Misfits helped the band finance the EP. It was originally released June 25, 1982 on Stiff Records. There were 1,995 copies available. It was re-released in 1983 on Rosemary's Babies bassist Post Mortem's own record label, Post Mortem Records. 1,000 copies was pressed of this version. Three early test pressings were also made, all of them owned by Bobby Steele. One of Steele's toes was amputated around the time of the recording, thus providing the EP title.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "A Life of Our Own" (Bobby Steele / Dave Street)
  2. "My Kinda Town" (Bobby Steele)
  3. "When the Evening Comes" (Bobby Steele)
  4. "I Want You Dead" (Bobby Steele)