A “re-issue” of this title according to HOTWACKS :
It should be noted that a copy of this K&S album sold for $200+ on eBay just a few weeks before this post. While some bootleg LP’s you can barely give away, others go for big money – but not even consistently.
“Inevitably. Hot Wacks was not the product of some dispassionate observer but someone who had been getting his own hands dirty. Kurt Glemser was already dipping into the mire at the time of Hot Wacks IV. K (as in Kurt) & S Records’ first release, a collection of live Led Zeppelin recordings, had appeared at the beginning of 1976. In the grand tradition of copycat bootleggers, Sin City Social was a shoddy mix’n’match drawn exclusively from TMQs Bonzo’s Birthday Party, Three Days After and Blueberry Hill.” [Heylin, Bootleg, p. 131]
The biggest question for me is, why would you include an Alice Cooper studio recording on a Led Zeppelin bootleg…