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Kill Your Pet Puppy is a blog that includes audio downloads of rare records and cassettes. The blog also includes period photographs. If you are the owner of any of the audio downloads and / or the photographic images and you want the audio downloads or photographic images removed or if you have not been correctly credited then please contact the moderator.

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  1. Claudio
    February 13, 2020 at 12:21 am

    I have no way to contact you on YouTube so I’ll just do it here:)

    I checked out your NIRVANA Astoria upload.
    Read the description and saw you attended several NIRVANA shows in the UK.

    So just wanted to ask you:

    There’s a rumour about the SOAS ’89 show being videotaped. Of course the video never surfaced, but someone recalls someone taping from the sound desk with a tripod. There are two audio recordings of that show but no video yet. Do you also recall someone videotaping? If so, any possible clue on who that might have been? The venue? Sub Pop? A random taper?



  2. Larry Bate
    Larry Bate
    June 28, 2020 at 4:09 pm

    I’m looking for a copy of the Killing Joke KYPP please. Cheers.

  3. Miguel Destruye
    Miguel Destruye
    July 19, 2021 at 11:15 pm

    I have a pic, of Centro Iberico of 21-08-1982 my friend Charlie of spain
    He was there
    I need to know the band that played

    I send pic

  4. Mike
    December 30, 2021 at 9:07 pm

    Tony…Just got round to picking up the Ripped & Torn anthology, very cool, just like I remember, but why are there a few pin up pages blank, IE; the Ramones.
    this is spoiling the vibe!

  5. Mike
    January 4, 2022 at 3:31 pm

    Can anyone help I.d a couple of tracks that I have no idea who they are by,they were on the otherwise of a long gone Napalm Death demo along with Oi Polloi,the lyrics went..”beware of the man whos dressed in black,he’s got a chequered pattern on his hat,he’s watching me and he’s watching you,he wants you in the station for a minute or 2″. The other song went “I didn’t know the honky tonk angels,and I bet you thought you’d never be my wife….” they had a sort of celtic feel to them. Any ideas?

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