In the mid-’80s, Tucson’s Useless Pieces of Shit (UPS) slathered ahead-of-its-time speed punk on a town obsessed with boring neo-pyschedelia.

So, long story short, U.P.S. guitarist, Slug Useless, moved to Seattle in 1989 and started Disillusion Music Label and has been grinding there ever since.
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One Louder Magazine

In 1985 the punk scene was in full swing. All around campus there were people with torn leather jackets, piercings, and big red Mohawks, although almost none of them actually attended the school.
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History of Tucson Punk Part I

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