The Post Punk Progressive Pop Party

The P5 is DEAD! It stands as a piece of 80's music history on the web. To prevent spam, your COMMENTS WILL NO LONGER BE POSTED!

Old links may no longer work, and NO we will NOT fix them. The P5 DOES NOT upload, post, host or share music files online. All links on The P5 point to other music blogs and were valid at time of posting. All links on this site were found using public search engines such as Google Blog Search. Please read the disclaimer at the right.



On this date in 1981, T.S.O.L. made their debut on vinyl with a five song, self-titled EP. The songs were "Superficial Love", "Property Is Theft", "No Way Out", "Abolish Government/Silent Majority" and "World War III". The Huntingon Beach, California hardcore punk band was one of the bands featured on the Rat Music For Rat People compilation. They took a hiatus during the early 90's but have been back together recording and performing since 1996. TSOL stands for True Sounds Of Liberty.

Wikipedia: TSOL

Official Website:

Blogload: TSOL - debut EP -


Anonymous said...

You can also download their new album, 100% free & legal:

Randy said...

Not really an H.B. band. They were from Long Beach.

The P5 Archives