Not knowing anything about this mystery record and band other than what label it was on, I went straight to the source for some information. I asked Robbie Fields, the Posh Boy, what the story was with it and he was quite happy to share the story with me for this feature.
391 was an essential part of the learning curve for the new Posh Boy label.
The background: I had been a huge fan of The Nuns in 1977. In fact, the Nuns were arguably the first “punk” group I saw, headlining the Whiskey with The Dickies in late ’77. This was the Alejandro Escovedo era Nuns that played as a group, with three lead singers. I had hung out with singer Jeff Olener at the Masque after that first Whiskey show and become friendly, albeit in a fan worship kind of way.
Later, I had seen Jeff after they opened for The Sex Pistols at Winterland in San Francisco. The band that I managed, F Word!, were lucky to be the opening act several times for The Nuns at S.F.’s Mabuhay Gardens.
I understand the first past perfect I had been a huge fan it is a flash back, does it work the same way for had seen to indicate I am still continuing the flash back, was it necessary to use past perfect. But "Later, I had seen after they opened..." seems strange
http://www.punkvinyl.com/2005/10/10/selections-from-the-punk-vault-391/ is the reference