The first 100 copies were pressed for Dacoit records. Don Zientara (Inner Ear) recorded several of the songs live. By the time the record came out, there was a new lineup. Limp records pressed another 200 copies. Bootlegs have been made over the years including one from Italy.
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
D. Zientara, ?Dave the Mysterian, Our great soundmen - Rocky Brown Dave Weber and Scott Breuhard, all the New Wave DJs on WGTB including the "Mystic Eyes" show, thanks to the aural patience of Mr. and Mrs. Rounds, the great support of fanzines like O-Rextasy, Vintage Violence, and Boston Groupie News. Also the D. Cene, Ken 'Gizmo' Highland, A-Korps and all the great Slickkedelic fans! A Special welcome to Howard Wuelfing and Dan Palenski. Andy Charneco thanks for the sound work.
released January 1, 1978
Martha Hull - Vocals
Marshall Keith - Lead, Rhythm, Keyboards, Vocals
Kim Kane - Rhythm, Lead, Vocals
Andy Von Brand - Bass
Chris Rounds - Drums, Vocals, "ptish" effect
Howard Wuelfing - Bass (on "Control")
Charles Eichert - Farfisa Organ (on "Road Runnah," "Heart Murmur," "Golden Love")
RECORDED AT: Underground Sound MD, Jan 1977
Radio - Live DC, Oct. 1976
Zientara - LIVE Remote-DC- (Live at The Keg) June 13, 1977
Zientara - LIVE Remote-MD- (Live at Carl Sandberg Elementary school) July 24, 1977
Cover Photo - Mark Farris
Art - Kim Kane
Graphics - Dan Palenski
Typography - Ric Clark
Special Vocal Arrangements - Martha Hull
Special Mastering - 'Dave'
With lyrics that move from poignant accounts of violence and inequality, to empowering anthems of self-determination and self-worth, Royal Brat’s debut is raw power. Bandcamp Album of the Day Feb 28, 2018