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Despite the internal and external turmoil, Culturcide 's popularity continued to snowball in underground circles as the decade wore on, a streak capped by a brief West Coast tour in 1985. Though the band did record for the tiny punk imprint CIA, labels with any aboveground connections wouldn't go near them. Still, they continued to perform into the late '80s -- even touring Europe -- before various creative conflicts and substance-abuse issues led to the group's calling it quits in 1990. Attempts to resurrect Culturcide were all for naught until 1993, when Workman and Webb began work on the material for 1995's Short CD. Home Made Authority came three years later, and 2003 saw the CD release of the band's 1982 debut, Year One.


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