Info: On DVD and CD is a live show from RKL in 2004 at The Pound SF and also a CD from RKL's last show ever (R.I.P. Jason!) from 2005. Limited edition of 1000 digipaks, with acid tab slipcase, get a dose before it's gone. RKL (Rich Kids on LSD) was a staple for Santa Barbra, Los Angeles, San Francisco, punk rock formed in 1982. They were associated with the "Nardcore" scene that evolved out of nearby Oxnard. Their music expanded over the years from West Coast hardcore to a mix of hardcore with rock elements. This style, along with touring, made them very popular on the European scene, especially among skaters in the eighties and nineties.
The first CD, which corresponds to the DVD, was recorded live at the Pound in San Francisco. It's full of everything you would think would happen at an RKL show- snarky remarks from the late vocalist Jason Sears, their mixture of Punk, hardcore, and rock elements, and a ton of drug references. Between the second CD (which happened to be their last show, also at the Pound in San Francisco) and the first, the set lists provide a good mix of songs, yet they keep the classics on both ("Scab on my Brain", "Senseless Violence", "Beautiful Feeling"). It seems like the '04 show should have been the last show, due to the fact that the set is significantly longer. The '05 recording isn't as impressive sound-wise; the sound fades out on some of the tracks, making it difficult to hear the vocals.