The Germs released only one studio album during their short tenure but left an indelible and influential mark on the punk rock scene. On December 3, 1980, an over-sold Starwood venue hosted a final show of the reunited Germs. At one point, singer Darby Crash told the audience "we did this show so you "new" people could see what it was like when we were around. You're not going to see it again." He committed suicide at age 22, only 4 days later. Rhino Handmade officially released Live at the Starwood, Dec 3 1980 in 2010 on CD. The live set was previously unavailable in its entirety. ROG is issuing this classic live punk album on vinyl for the first time. It is pressed on 180 Gram solid white and solid blue mixed coloured vinyl at Record Industry and come in a tip-on style gatefold jacket that will also include a fold out poster and mini fanzine.