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Mouse Trap

by Law and Order

Another new Law and Order single, this in a unique funk style. Featuring Scott Taylor from Electrofied on vocals.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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The Short Life of Law & Order

David Clark who was friends with Chris Stover, John Weiffenbach, and Sean Finnegan (members of Void) was the connection to Mike Finnegan. Mike Finnegan was in the same class with William Dagher at Loyola Blakefield which was a Jesuit run High School. Law & Order was formed by taking Beat Digger and William Dagher from the Bollocks and combining them with David Clark and Mike Finnegan. Columbia, Maryland which is now the second wealthiest county in the United States, was the breeding ground for both Void and Law & Order. From 1980 to the Summer of 19981, the two bands played a few shows together in Columbia, Maryland and also played a few shows in the Washington DC Straight Edge Scene along with Bad Brains, Minor Threat, State of Alert (SOA), Red C, Youth Brigade, Iron Cross

Law & Order was a top 5 pick in Flipside Magazine in 1981 by Al Kowalewski and it was an honor and privilege to have our EP displaced alongside the Dead Kennedys, the Descendants and BlackFlag.

Law & Order was the first Fetal Records release and the most successful one. Law & Oder sold more records than any other Fetal Records artist. Law & Order had an opportunity to participate in the Discord Label Flex Your Head compilation album but according to Dave Clark there was some issue with the tape format of the recording. There may not have been a Fetal Records, if Law & Order was released on Discord.

The highlight of Law & Order’s short life was the opportunity to play at the April 4th, 1981 Wilson Center Show that HR from the Bad Brains had set up. This one show was a catalyst to the trail blazing careers of the Bad Brains, Ian MacKay, Henry Rollins, and Brian Baker currently of Bad Religion.

As part of the resurgence of the Fetal Records label, Law and Order is outing out new material. This is the 4th single, in progress to a full album, possibly in 2015.

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