NLW's entire recorded output is pretty sparse. This includes a Thrasher magazine flexi "Accidents" and their great track "Dan With The Mellow Hair" on the "Not So Quiet on the Western Front" compilation (1982). This track starts with a promo that sounds right out of Memphis from the same year as it calls out a certain "Wahoo Biafra" who's apparently "hiding out in Walnut Creek". This mixing of Wahoo McDaniel name and the fact (or rumor?!?) that Jello Biafra lived in Walnut Creek in the early 80's is pure genius every time. The song snapmares your ears through the best of punk and surf. Then they bookend the song with another promo that tells the crowd "NO APPLAUSE!...We know we present (the) quality music and we don't give a shit WHO likes it, DOESN'T LIKE IT...JUST THAT ALL YOU PEOPLE ARE GONNA HEAR THE MUSIC THAT I DEEM NECESSARY!"
Their Myspace page lists their influences as The Masked Superstar and Buck Robley. The latter of whom came up with one of the greatest short-lived gimmicks ever. The band member names are a pastiche of grappler names from the ages:
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