These are the more notable releases Ethan Port performs on. These products
can be ordered from
|Turds From Space||Mighty Feeble||"Crazy Nut"||New Alliance||1983. With Mawshane Win, Brad Laner. Live at the Anti Club in Los Angeles|
|Savage Republic||Trudge EP.
|Trek, Siege, Assembly, Trudge||Play It Again, Sam||Heroic percussive anthems. Mainly instrumental.
w/ Mark Erskine, Thom Fuhrman, Greg Grunke, Bruce Licher,
|Savage Republic||Ceremonial LP||-||SuiteBeat Records
|w/ Mark Erskine,Thom Fuhrman, Greg Grunke, Bruce Licher, Robert
Loveless. Poorly mixed. Better versions appear on
|Savage Republic||Transmission Sampler Comp.||Exodus (live track)
30 August, 1984
|TRANSMISSION MAG||200 copies|
||-||Fundamental Music, ...||Jan. 1986
Remixed four songs for UK release on Fundamental Music mid 1988
Remixed versions on Greek edition released through Di Di Music late 1988
Instrumental CD version released, including TRUDGE EP
|Savage Republic||Disarmament Video
|-||Atavistic Video||10 tracks: Ivory Coast/Ansdelusia/Year of Exile/ Siege/ Trek/ Mobilization/Last
Grave at Dimbaza/ Attempted Coup Madagascar/ Procession/ Machinery
Recorded Live in concert 14th Sept, 1986 at Peabody's Down Under, Cleveland, OH, in a performance
for the Great Peace March for Nuclear Disarmament.
|Savage Republic||Jamahiriya Democratique et Populare de Sauvage
|So It Is Written/Spice Fields/Tabula Rasa/Happy Dad/ Pios Den Milla Yia Ti Lambri/ Lethal Musk/Lebanon 2000/Moujahadeen/ Jamahiriya||Fundamental Records||-|
|Savage Republic||Live Trek 1985-1986||-||Fundamental Records||Collection of cassette recordings from the bands two US tours. Captures
the range and power of
Savage Republic's live shows.
|Savage Republic||Viva La Rock and Roll 7"||-||IPR||Cover of the Alternative TV classic.|
|Savage Republic||I Married Thurston Tape/CD||-||Savage Republic Tapes||Live material from "final" Gilman Street Warehouse how and the New
at the Pyramid Club, 1988. Shows the bands wilder side.
|Savage Republic||Execution of the Sate by Fire and Ritual. Video/CD. 1989||-||Mobilization Records(Unreleased)||The final fiery culmination of Savage Republic, Feb. 25, 1989. An excellent DAT recording from a 24 track mobil studio, with 10 video cameras.|
|Savage Republic||Viva Los Angeles||-||Viva||Compilation LP released by Viva Records in Rome, Italy. Features two
live tracks and a beautiful
booklet documenting both Savage Republic and the Los Angeles scene they emerged from
||Red Sea EP||Let It Ride, Decide, Red Sea||Brain Drop Records|
|DeathRide '69||Penetrator LP (unreleased)||-||.
|Eight end-of-the-80s day glow manic panics. Only available as a bootleg|
|Wonder||Obsession for Men 7"
|When Kings Were Kings"/"Gravity Drop"||Savage Republic Records||Continues where Savage Republic left off. A bit more sonic and raw
than later Savage Republic.
|Wonder||Moral Cripple LP
|8 songs (unreleased)||-||Thom Fuhrman, Greg Grunke, Sterling Fox, Zero the Hero|
|...uh...||(1982/1983)||-||Dead Helen Records||Recorded live in the Fall Out Shelter in Kinsey 023, UCLA 1981-1982
Tracks include "Lebanon 2000/Hey Man/Live for Today/ Moving Sidewalks/Wild Boys/Dick Comes"
20 plus participants joined Greg Grunke and Ethan Port for this subterranean feast.
|...uh...||(unreleased) Dick Comes 7". 1985||Entering/Dick Comes||-||Recorded during the Savage Republic Trudge sessions.
|F-Space||"Chiapas" Demo||Chiapas||Mobilization Records||Live demo CD from the FFF Ball show, April 11, 1998.|