Title: Garbage Can
Label: Tom Perkins Records
Tracks: 1.) Garbage Can, 2.) Mind Control, 3.) Redundant
This record came out at the same time as the first Clone Defects and similarly kicked a lot of people's asses. (Guitar player Ian was in Epileptix with Timmy Vulgar.) From where I stood at the time, this Detroit band was among the first to bring the whole dark wave thing to a punk/garage sound, before Lost Sounds, Terrible Twos, and others.
The Piranhas would go on to release a 12" on Tom Perkins shortly after this, and it is good, too. They then did a 7" on Rocknroll Blitzkrieg which I didn't think was very good. After that they signed to In The Red Records and did a LP and another 12" before calling it quits. Most of the members would go on to other projects, with the most notable perhaps being Druid Perfume.