One of the more obscure Killed By Death acts, though one of the best known exports of West Virginia, Th' Inbred released two LPs between 1985 and 1988 and toured the US three times. A politically pointed punk act influenced by DKs, Minutemen, Crass, and Black Flag, their thrashy attack morphed into jazz-influenced hardcore by the end. This LP has their second album, Kissin' Cousins (Toxic Shock, 1988), which sees our heroes get into proggier/jazzy areas a la Victims Family. It also features Jerry Lee Lewis and his child bride on the cover, tastefully blocking out their eyes. Paul Mahern of Zero Boys produced this. This has also three unreleased bonus tracks.
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