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 Azusa, California, USA Azusa, California, USA
  
-Dave “Burrito” Villalpando (formerly of [[GVA]] [[Conviction of Sin]], [[Moral Majority]], and [[Public Confession]] formed The Warning in 1983. In 1985, Burrito met future Dio guitarist Tracey "Tracy G" Grijalva. Burrito was a bouncer for a local promoter and Tracy G was playing for a band called Swift Kick. Tracy G was known for being a Christian that played in non-Christian bands, so he got a lot of backlash for that. Burrito decided to tell Tracy G how he supported his approach to being a Christian in non-Christian bands, and this began a musical partnership between the two. Part of that partnership included working on [[Conviction of Sin]]'​s recordings, but it manly consisted of Tracy G joining The Warning. In 1996, the band changed ​names to [[Eightball Cholos]].+Dave “Burrito” Villalpando (formerly of [[GVA]] [[Conviction of Sin]], [[Moral Majority]], and [[Public Confession]]formed The Warning in 1983. In 1985, Burrito met future Dio guitarist Tracey "Tracy G" Grijalva. Burrito was a bouncer for a local promoter and Tracy G was playing for a band called Swift Kick. Tracy G was known for being a Christian that played in non-Christian bands, so he got a lot of backlash for that. Burrito decided to tell Tracy G how he supported his approach to being a Christian in non-Christian bands, and this began a musical partnership between the two. Part of that partnership included working on [[Conviction of Sin]]'​s recordings, but it mainly ​consisted of Tracy G joining The Warning. ​The Warning released several controversial demo tapes, but never played live due to mainly being a studio project. The band felt it would have been hard to re-create the recordings in a live setting.  
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 +In 1989Burrito moved to the eastern U.S., but kept in touch with Tracy G. In 1996, they recorded an album for The Warning that Burrito felt was so controversial that they needed to change names. The new band names became ​[[Eightball Cholos]]. Also around 1996, Burrito started [[Morphine Records]].
  
 ===== Discography ===== ===== Discography =====
  
-| 1986 | Repent or Die! | [[Radicals for Christ]] | +| 1986 | [[https://​christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/​2019/​10/​02/​the-warning-repent-or-die/​|Repent or Die!]] | [[Radicals for Christ]] | 
-| 1988 | A Virgin in the Midst of Whores |+| 1988 | [[https://​christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/​2019/​10/​03/​the-warning-a-virgin-in-the-midst-of-whores/​|A Virgin in the Midst of Whores]] |
 | 1989 | Cut the Crap! | | 1989 | Cut the Crap! |
 | 1990 | Shattered Messiah | [[Narrowpath Records]] | | 1990 | Shattered Messiah | [[Narrowpath Records]] |
-| 1990 | Cut The Garbage! (re-issue of "Cut the Crap!"​) |+| 1990 | [[https://​christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/​2019/​10/​14/​the-warning-cut-the-garbage/​|Cut The Garbage!]] (re-issue of "Cut the Crap!"​) |
 | 1997 | Decade of Frustration | Strait Edge | | 1997 | Decade of Frustration | Strait Edge |
  
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 1988 Independent 1988 Independent
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 +Burrito - Vocals\\
 +Tracy G - All music and production
  
   - Burn in Hell (3:34)   - Burn in Hell (3:34)
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 1989 Independent 1989 Independent
  
-Burrito ​- Vocals\\ +Burrito ​– Lead vocals\\ 
-Tracy G - Guitars+Tracy G – Lead guitars, bass, noise makers 
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 +Mike Beatty – Drum programming\\ 
 +Rochelle Ann – Additional vocals on “Human Holocaust”
  
   - Condemned to Hell (4:16)   - Condemned to Hell (4:16)
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 "This cassette-only release was too in your face for most CCM airplay and was even banned by some gospel bookstores until its Yambar designed cover art was redesigned to read, Cut The Garbage. Even after the alteration, some southern states refused to carry or display the cassette at all. There were actual reports of some stores keeping the tape behind the counter and selling it without any cover art sleeve at all. This gave the band immediate international cult status, and the tape became a must-have item. Many critics have called this project the most cutting edge moment in 1980s independent Christian music. They may be right. The cassette art was matched with an oversized promotional poster/​newsletter designed by Yambar and some stickers of the cover art produced by the band." "This cassette-only release was too in your face for most CCM airplay and was even banned by some gospel bookstores until its Yambar designed cover art was redesigned to read, Cut The Garbage. Even after the alteration, some southern states refused to carry or display the cassette at all. There were actual reports of some stores keeping the tape behind the counter and selling it without any cover art sleeve at all. This gave the band immediate international cult status, and the tape became a must-have item. Many critics have called this project the most cutting edge moment in 1980s independent Christian music. They may be right. The cassette art was matched with an oversized promotional poster/​newsletter designed by Yambar and some stickers of the cover art produced by the band."
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 +==== Cut the Garbage! ====
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 +1990 Independent
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 +Burrito – Lead vocals\\
 +Tracy G – Lead guitars, bass, noise makers
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 +Mike Beatty – Drum programming\\
 +Rochelle Ann – Additional vocals on “Human Holocaust”
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 +  - Condemned to Hell (4:16)
 +  - Human Holocaust (3:38)
 +  - Blood Bath (3:12)
 +  - Don't Touch Me (1:59)
 +  - Psalm 51 (2:18)
 +  - Out of Control (2:54)
 +  - Cut the Crap (2:43)
  
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