Ok back to that giant lot I got back in the 90s. This is a band not very well known to most. They stopped playing right before things got out of control on Long Island, but they're one of the best. I call this 7" Dead End because it says it on the A side of the record and on the backside of the sleeve. Truthfully I don't even know if that's it's official name. You know, now that I think about it, I didn't get this particular 7" in that lot. I got a black one, which is actually been released by Motherbox on their merchdirect store. I think I gave the link in the Tripface 7" post. This one I got a few years after I think, possibly in a trade. I don't trade much now, but back in the 90s I was always flipping lots for rare LI stuff. Trading is weird for me now. I have 90% of what I want, and not many people have that final 10%. That 10% is basically test presses of obscure records from NY and LI. This is all I really collect now a days. Plus I don't want a list trolling around the internet of what I own. Bahh that gets me all nervous and shit.
Sooooo if you're into Inside and Silent Majority I think you'll like this band. I think MD has the 7" repress for like 4 bucks plus shipping. Plus while you're there you can get the Inside cardboard cover 7".
Some other cool info about Clockwise. Their singer General George Fullan, LIHC OG, had a record label for a while called General Records. They put out one of the best compilations I've ever heard called Blood Sweat and Tears. Now George owns General Studios in Douglaston NY http://www.myspace.com/generalstudios Bayside recorded most of The Walking Wounded there.
So what should I do next time...no clue really. I'll stick with the big lot though. Maybe go with something from Quicksand.