Sunday, August 31, 2008

Paint It Black - Lexicon

Genre: Punk/Hardcore
Year: 2008

01. The Ledge
02. Four Deadly Venoms
03. We Will Not
04. Past Tense, Future Perfect
05. Missionary Position
06. White Kids Dying of Hunger
07. Gravity Wins
08. Dead Precedents
09. The Beekeeper
10. Check Yr Math
11. So Much for Honour Among Thieves
12. New Folk Song
13. Saccharine
14. Severance
15. Shell Game Redux


Paint It Black - Paradise

Genre: Punk/Hardcore
Year: 2005

01. Election Day
02. Pink Slip
03. Exit Wounds
04. Ghosts
05. The New Brutality
06. Atheists In Foxholes
07. Nicaragua
08. Labor Day
09. Burn The Hive
10. Panic
11. Angel
12. The Pharmacist
13. 365
14. Memorial Day


Paint It Black - CVA

Genre: Punk/Hardcore
Year: 2003

01. Cannibal
02. Anesthesia
03. Womb Envy
04. Atticus Finch
05. CVA
06. Void
07. Insider
08. Cutting Class
09. Head Hurts Hands On Fire
10. Bravo, Another Beautiful "Fuck You" Song
11. Watered Down
12. Fine Art Of Falling Apart
13. This Song Is Short Because It's Not Political
14. Less Deicide, More Minor Threat
15. Four Simple Steps To Total Life Satisfaction
16. Short Changed
17. Why Film The Carnage?


xThe Break Inx - Unbowed

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2005

01. Coffine Dodger
02. Iron Hammers
03. Beneath Contempt
04. Bleed for the Leaches
05. Give them Hell
06. The Wretched
07. Against Leviathan
08. Wake the Devil
09. We are the PLague
10. Legion


Flags Of Democracy - Shatter Your Day + Love Song (EP)

Flag of Democracy (F.O.D.) ranks at the top of a very short list of great Philly hardcore. Melodic-Fuzz-Thrash.

One of my favorite local bands during that time period (early-mid 80's) was Flag of Democracy, better known (as were most 80's punk bands) by their acronym, F.O.D. I was probably about 14 or 15 years old when I found a copy of their 1984 debut 7", Love Songs, and instantly loved it. Fast, loud, sloppy hardcore; the sonic equivalent of two cats mating in your ear duct. I ran out and picked up their follow-up LP, Shatter Your Day, for more. Most of this early output was typical punk rock fare thematically: non-conformity, oppression, war, suicide, rejection, etc., but these guys did it with a great sense of humor. They weren't cool and they knew it, just like this listener. Or, at least, that's what it felt like to me growing up in an era of hair metal fandom, which is what seemed to pass for "cool" in my neighborhood.

"Powerload" is one of my favorite F.O.D. tunes, off of that Love Songs 7". Singing along to it in my room was incredibly satisfying during my miserable teenaged years (oh, hey, its pretty satisfying to sing along to in my miserable adult years, too). Bonus points for the most creative use of the Philly colloquialism, "YO!". F.O.D. are surprisingly still around, though their output is incredibly hard to find. Their website is pretty shabby, but it looks like the show dates page gets updated every once in awhile for Philly area shows.--Recordrobot

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1984/1986

01. Houses Made for Mannequins
02. Love Song II
03. Metal Plate
04. Kid Called Me
05. Shatter Your Day
06. The Family Knows
07. Science Patrol
08. Mad House
09. Carousel
10. Everythings OK
11. Cheep Alcohol
12. Hoe Down
13. Shadows of Children
14. Serene Danker
15. Guimos' Theme
16. Black Light

01. Powerload
02. Babysitter
03. Meat Factory
04. Guidance Councelor/Metamorphosis
05. Love Song


Slapshot - Step On It

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1988

01. Step On It
02. Chameleon
03. No Time Left
04. Show the Way
05. You've Lost It
06. The Same Mistake
07. No Friend Of Mine
08. I've Had Enough
09. Could It Be
10. No Guts No Glory
11. Rise And Fall
12. Hang Up Your Boots
13. Enforcer
14. In Your Face (Sound Off)
15. In Your Face


The Stupids - Jesus Meets The Stupids

Genre: Punk/Hardcore
Year: 1987

01. You'll Never Know
02. Skid Row
03. Stupid Monday
04. Bug Blood
05. Fridge
06. Pig Man
07. Brat's Bite
08. Dog Log
09. Bowl of Cheerios
10. Slit Your Wrist
11. Animal Crackers
12. Do You Really Have To?


The Stupids - Peruvian Vacation

The Stupids, from Ipswich, England, formed in 1984 and played some blazingly fast US-influenced (particularly Boston style à la Gang Green) hardcore punk/thrash in a time and place that was mostly filled with crusty metal punk, UK82, and anarcho punk. The Stupids took US hardcore to a new level, making it faster and more intense.

PERUVIAN VACATION is the most underrated LP of all time in my opinion. It is every bit as good as Gang Green's Sold Out 7". The guitar riffs and song structures are completely over the top and the vocals, while still clean, are great with a more shouted or yelled feel on this release than their 7". Simple breakdowns and great buildups add a lot of power to this LP too. No metal influence on this record either which is always a plus. With awesome production, it comes close to being the perfect record. Lyrics are still pretty stupid in a humorous way. Fourteen cuts of some of the most intense rippers I've ever heard in my entire life. If you're into other UK thrashers like A.O.A., Heresy, or Ripcord or early Boston/US hardcore, you'll probably love these guys.--KFTH

Genre: Punk/Hardcore
Year: 1985

01. It's Fun To You
02. Wipe Out
03. You Shoulda Listened
04. Always Never Fun
05. I Scream Inside
06. You Die
07. Peruvian Vacation
08. This Is The Norm?
09. So Much Fun
10. Born To Built To Grind
11. In Bed At Night
12. I Don't Wanna Get Involved With You
13. The Pit
14. Life's A Drag


M.I.A. - Lost Boys

Classic early hardcore punk from Las Vegas' best! 37 tracks in all - includes Murder In A Foreign Place & Last Rites releases.

Around 1983 M.I.A. relocated to Orange County and held their own with all the classic bands of the day, onstage and in the studio.Up north Maximum Rock'n'Roll had adopted them too, bending their own rules to make M.I.A. the only non-Bay Area band on the landmark Not So Quiet On The Western Front compilation. A normally reserved Jello Biafra offered them this labels services as soon as they walked off stage when he saw them in Las Vegas. The Murder In A Foreign Place ep was the result. It's all here; their side of the Last Rites album (originally split with another band they didn't even know would be on the record). The LP and CD contain 80 minutes of soaring melodic punk and hardcore with plenty of power and variety. One of the all-time greats at the peak of their powers. Also includes : early demos, lost live tracks and some excellent studio demos that pre-dated their later work.

Genre: Hardcore/Punk
Year: 1982

01. Modern Way
02. Small Man In A Big World
03. All I know
04. What's Your Problem
05. Boredom Is The Reason
06. Who Will Survive
07. Used To Know Me
08. Murder In A Foreign Place
09. Las Vegas
10. Reality Is Killing Me
11. There Is No Love
12. Turning Into What You Hate
13. Just A Dream
14. Tell Me Why
15. Gas Crisis
16. Cold Sweat
17. I Hate Hippies
18. Angry Youth
19. All The President's Skin
20. ~censored~ Zones
21. I Can't Take It No More
22. New Left
23. Kill
24. Schoolboy
25. 'Tomic Bomb
26. Who Cares
27. Hatin' LIfe
28. Machine Gun Etiquette
29. Boredom Is The Reason
30. Above The Crowd
31. Make A Choice
32. Voices In The Dark
33. Haven't You Heard
34. Never Again
35. The Other Side
36. Rhythm Of Life
37. We Will Speak Out


Attitude Adjusment - American Paranoia

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1986

01. Grey World
02. Dope Fiend
03. Hunger & Poverty
04. Fuck Chuck
05. Dead Serious
06. Johnny
07. Attitude Adjustment
08. DSFA
09. American Paranoia
10. Warfear
11. Streetwise
12. Working Class Pride
13. In The Center
14. Bombs
15. Rambo
16. Incredible End


Ripcord - Harvest Hardcore

Genre: Hardcore/Punk
Year: 1988

01. Poetic Justice
02. Subconscious Thoughts
03. Starvation (orig. SIEGE)
04. Collision of Vision
05. Can't You See
06. Sublimal Decay
07. Boiling Point (orig. SSD)


Saturday, August 30, 2008

Discharge - War Is Hell Vinyl

Genre: Punk
Year: 2008

01. War Is Hell
02. State Violence State Control
03. You Deserve Me
04. Never Again
05. The More I See
06. Hype Overload
07. Corpse Of Decadence
08. Mad
09. You Take Part In Creating The System
10. Nightmare Continues(live)
11. Hell On Earth (live)
12. Realities OfWar (live)
13. Doomsday (live)
14. Beginning Of The End
15. Blood Of The Innocent
16. Suburbian Dreams
17. Pigs
18. NoFutre Usa
19. Pause


Anti Squad - Indonesian Proud

Genre: Indonesian Oi!
Year: 2000

01. Uncle Skin
02. Freedom And Justice
03. Boot Boys
04. Brother
05. T. D. Troopers
06. Dancing Moonstomp
07. Skinhead Warrior
08. Noise For Violence
09. Chamost City
10. A Way Of Life
11. We Are Born
12. Indonesiaku


Forgotten Rebels - Tomorrow Belongs To Us

Original 1978 4 track EP, early 1978 Burn The Flag tape, Chris Houston demos from 1980, and live at the Cedar Lounge 1980. In total, 19 tracks.

Finally this rare recording is available without paying collectable record prices [so try it out here for free]. One of the best examples of cool punk rock ever.

Genre: Punk
Year: 1997

01. National Unity
02. 3rd Homosexual Murder
03. Reich 'N Roll
04. Angry
05. You're a Rebel Too
06. In Love With
07. New Wave Girl
08. National Unity
09. Reich 'N Roll
10. Angry
11. Surfin' on Heroin
12. Own Little World
13. This Ain't Hollywood
14. Poppies
15. Bomb the Boats
16. White Trash of America
17. I Think of Her
18. Fuck Me Dead
19. Elvis Is Dead


The Forgotten Rebels - Burn The Flag

Derivative but entertaining, Ontario's Forgotten Rebels delivered trashy glam-punk with the snottiness of the Sex Pistols, the dopey humor of the Ramones, and the big hooks of Gary Glitter and T. Rex. The group got its start with a 1978 demo entitled Burning the Flag, which was followed with an independent EP, Tomorrow Belongs to Us (both were later collected on a 1997 reissue titled after the latter). The original lineup featured vocalist Mickey DeSadist (b. Mickey Gerlecki), guitarist Tony Madelina, drummer Angela Madelina, and bassist Carl "Chris Suicide" Johnson, and like most of the Forgotten Rebels' lineups, it was short-lived, as new drummer Pete "Treason" Latimer joined in between recordings and left just as quickly.

For the band's 1980 debut album, In Love With the System , a new lineup coalesced around DeSadist: guitarist Alan "Al McCombo" Smolak, bassist Chris "Pogo Au Go Go" Houston, and drummer Larry Electrician. In Love sported a harder-edged punk sound than either previous or subsequent records; following its release, Houston left to form a backing band called the Sex Machine, with whom he recorded an album in 1986. For that matter, the remainder of the band left as well, leaving DeSadist to recruit an all-new lineup of Mike "Taster" Mirabella (guitar), John Welton (bass), and Robert Allan (drums). This unit recorded the glammed-up This Ain't Hollywood... (1983), which featured covers of "Save the Last Dance for Me," "Eve of Destruction," and Gary Glitter's "Hello Hello (I'm Back Again)," plus one of the group's signature songs, "Surfin' on Heroin." 1985's The Pride and the Disgrace found DeSadist and Mirabella matched with a new rhythm section of bassist Mike "Spike" Lumen and drummer Dave McGhire. 1988's Surfin' on Heroin was mostly a collection of newly recorded versions of previously released songs, with Mike Szykowny temporarily replacing Lumen. Lumen was back in the fold for 1989's Forgotten Rebels (also known as Untitled ), which also featured McGhire, new guitarist Jeffrey Dee Campbell, and an inexplicable new spelling for DeSadest's last name.

A long hiatus ensued, but the Rebels regrouped in 1994 with a surprisingly similar lineup -- DeSadest, Campbell, McGhire, and bassist Chaz Butcher -- and a new LP, Criminal Zero . In addition to the Tomorrow Belongs to Us compilation, 1997 also saw the release of Executive Outcomes , which welded early demos onto a 1990 live perfomance. Butcher soon left the group in favor of Steve Mahon.
Steve Huey, All-Music Guide

Genre: Punk
Year: 1978

01. You're A Rebel Too
02. In Love With The System
03. New Wave Girl
04. National Unity
05. Reich 'N Roll
06. Angry


Pass: zeno

Negative Approach - Fair Warning Vol 2 (DVD)

Negative Approach - Fair Warning Vol 1 (DVD)

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2006



Gorilla Biscuits - Gorilla Biscuits

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1988

    01. High Hopes
    02. Big Mouth
    03. No Reason Why
    04. GM2
    05. Hold Your Ground
    06. Breaking Free
    07. Finish What You Started
    08. Sitting Around at Home
    09. Gorilla Biscuits
    10. Short End of the Stick
    11. Hold Your Ground 1
    12. GM2 1


Slapshot - Back On The Map

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2003

01. Back On The Map
02. Addiction
03. Where There's Smoke
04. It's Happening Today
05. Chip On My Shoulder
06. Moment Of Truth
07. Killing Frost


Maiden Heaven (A Tribute To Iron Maiden)

Year: 2008

01. Prowler [Black Tide]
02. Remember tomorrow [Metallica]
03. Flash of the blade [Avenged Sevenfold]
04. 2 minutes to midnight [Glamour Of The Kill]
05. The trooper [Coheed and Cambria]
06. Wasted years [Devildriver]
07. Run to the hills [Sign]
08. To tame a land [Dream Theater]
09. Caught somewhere in time [Madina Lake]
10. Wrathchild [Gallows]
11. Fear of the dark [Fightstar]
12. Hallowed be thy name [Machine Head]
13. Iron Maiden [Trivium]
14. Running free [Year Long Disaster]
15. Brave new world [Ghostlines]


Burgerkill - Beyond Coma And Despair

Genre: Indonesian Hardcore
Year: 2006

01. Darah Hitam Kebencian
02. We Will Bleed
03. Shadow Of Sorrow
04. Laknat
05. Angkuh
06. Suffer To Death
07. Anjing Tanah
08. Last Escape
09. Agony Remains Insane
10. Atur Aku (Puppen Cover)
11. Beyond Coma And Despair
12. Unblessing Life



Friday, August 29, 2008

Ryker's - From The Cradle To The Grave

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2000

CD 1
  1. Intro - First Blood
  2. Lowlife
  3. End Of Line
  4. Truth
  5. To Whom It May Concern
  6. Lifeline
  7. Past The Point
  8. Stranglehold
  9. Gone For Good
  10. Hunting Season
  11. Forever And A Day
  12. Nothing To Regret
  13. As The Laughter Dies
  14. Cold Lost Sick
  15. True Love
  16. Witching Hour
  17. You'll Never Walk Alone
  18. Slowly
  19. What We Once Said
  20. Justice
  21. Once I Believed
  22. Together
  23. Brother Against Brother
  24. Beg To Differ
CD 2
  1. Judas Reward
  2. From The Cradle To The Grave
  3. Sad And Done
  4. Attitude
  5. C'mon Let's Go
  6. Don´t Thread On Me
  7. Dirty Deeds
  8. London Leatherboys
  9. End Of Line (Remix)


Ryker's - Life Is A Gambler...So Is Death

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1999


01. Forever And A Day
02. End Of Line
03. Gone For Good
04. And None Shall Live
05. To Whom It May Concern
06. Violence Is Golden
07. Calculated
08. Past The Point
09. Bombs Of Death
10. Dream Gone Bad
11. Cataclystic
12. What It Means
13. Loss For Words
14. Stagnant
15. King
16. True Love
17. When Tigers Fight
18. You'll Never Walk Alone


Ryker's - A Lesson In Loyalty

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1997

  1. Test Of Faith
  2. As The Laughter Dies
  3. Lesson In Loyalty
  4. Naturally
  5. Still
  6. Triggered
  7. Cold Lost Sick
  8. 25
  9. Gutless
  10. Sober
  11. Shadow Play
  12. Straight
  13. Peak
  14. Finally
  15. Emergency
  16. Who Laughs At Last... (Laughs Alone)

Ryker's - Brother Against Brother

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1994


01. Loyalty
02. Brother Against Brother
03. Up To You
04. Try
05. Once I Believed
06. Guilty
07. Beg To Differ
08. Enough Is Enough
09. Wrong
10. Thin Line
11. Below Zero
12. Brothers In Arms
13. True Colours
14. The Edge


Madball - Infiltrate The System

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2007


01. We The People
02. Infiltrate The System
03. Revolt
04. No Escape
05. Takeover
06. Renegades
07. Set Me Free
08. The Messenger
09. Liberty Or Death
10. A Novelty
11. You're Gone
12. P.Y.I.T.F. Part 3
13. Stand Up NY


Madball - Legacy

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2005


01. Adapt And Overcome
02. Heavenhell
03. Behind These Walls
04. Legacy
05. Timebomb
06. Darkest Days
07. The Crown
08. War And Hate
09. Until Then
10. Final Round
11. Damned
12. For My Enemies
13. 100%
14. Hardcore Pride
15. H.C. United
16. Worldwide


All For Nothing - Can't Kill What's Inside

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2007

01. Wake Up Call
02. Black Hearted
03. Determination
04. I Will Arise
05. Keep It Real
06. Start At Zero
07. A Matter Of Choice
08. As Long As It Takes
09. Some Kind Of Hate
10. Shattered
11. Fist Vs. Thoughts
12. Symbols Of Simplicity


All For Nothing - Start At Zero

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2004

01. Life Saver
02. Fuck Up
03. Disillusion
04. Mouthfull Of Hypocrisy
05. Three Sixty
06. Wasting Away
07. Until It Breaks
08. Best Friends


Panic - Circles

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2006

01. Rise
02. Ramparts
03. Shadow Park
04. Hello Young Lions
05. Hum
06. Wolves Circle The Wolves


Sledgeback - People's Choice

Genre: Punk
Year: 2004

01. Pants Off
02. Push Me Away
03. Sledgeanger
04. How Far
05. Don't Wanna Know
06. Deal
07. Heat
08. Good Bye My Friend
09. Take Me Home
10 No Feelings
11. Gimme Back
12. Regret
13. Seattle


The Vandals - Live on KPFK radio

The Vandals are an American punk rock band formed in 1980 in Huntington Beach, California and currently recording for Kung Fu Records. They have released ten full-length studio albums and two live albums and have toured the world extensively, including performances on the Vans Warped Tour. They are well-known for their use of humor, preferring to use their music as a vehicle for entertainment and sarcasm rather than as a platform for more "serious" issues.

Genre: Punk
Year: 1985

01. Pirate’s Life
02. Dachau Cabana
03. Anarchy Burger
04. Hocus Pocus
05. Wanna Be Mannor
06. Ants Go Marching
07. I’m A Fly
08. Heartbreak Hotel
09. Urban Struggle
10. Viking Suits
11. Pat Brown


Middle Class - Out of Vogue

Quite possibly the first hardcore record and fastest record made before 1980, Fullerton’s Middle Class broke the ground for the LA hardcore scene. This EP is way ahead of its time, take a listen for yourself to see why this is such classic.

Middle Class from Santa Ana, California, were one of the first "hardcore" bands in history. Debate continues to this day as to whether Middle Class were the first hardcore band or if Black Flag or the Bad Brains were. (It is unlikely that the Bad Brains were aware of the Middle Class, however, as they were unknown outside of California.)

Their sound evolved from being a blistering, shouted, arty version of punk which would be extremely influential to the hardcore sound that would emerge in the years following their first release, the 1978 "Out Of Vogue" 7 inch. This record featured the title track along with three other songs.

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1978

01. Out Of Vogue
02. You Belong
03. Situations
04. Insurgence


Thursday, August 28, 2008

Doom - Police Bastard (EP)

Genre: Punk
Year: 1989

01. Relief Part II
02. Police Bastard
03. Diseased
04. Circles
05. A Means To An End


Negative Approach - Self Titled

Genre: Hardcore/Punk
Year: 1982

01. Can't Tell No One
02. Sick of Talk
03. Pressure
04. Why Be Something That You're Not
05. Nothing
06. Fair Warning
07. Ready to Fight
08. Lead Song
09. Whatever I Do
10. Negative Approach


T.S.O.L - EP

In the early years of Los Angeles punk, one of the premiere hardcore bands was T.S.O.L., which stood for the True Sounds of Liberty. Offering poppier music than many of their contemporaries and featuring an image that appealed to punks who wanted to dive deeper into the gothic subgenre already being offered by many British punk bands, T.S.O.L. became hugely popular in the local scene but never translated that success to national exposure because of their ever shifting lineup and sound.

Formed in 1978 by four pasty faced youths with a passion for the emerging hardcore scene, T.S.O.L. was originally based in Huntington Beach, California. Featuring the lineup of vocalist Jack Grisham, guitarist Ron Emory, bassist Mike Roche, and drummer Todd Barnes, the band burst into the local club scene with an image that included white face paint and dark, energetic anthems about alienation and other troubled youth topics. A few members had already tried their luck with a band called Vicious Circle, so gigs in the South Bay and Orange County were easy to get despite many of those shows ending with riots that would ban them from the very same clubs. A politically fueled eponymous EP would be the band's first official release, and it's emotional sound and vicious attitude were enough to ensure their standing as a major force in the scene.

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1981

01. Superficial Love
02. Property Is Theft
03. No Way Out
04. Abolish Government/Silent Majority
05. World War III


Life Sentence - No Experience Necessary

Later, the band split into two groups, both calling themselves "Life Sentence." The split was hardly friendly (see the lyrics to "Win, Lose, or Sue"), and one side actually sued the other. Brockman, the winner of the lawsuit, recruited Jeff Hauck on bass and Gustav Chumpske Roman on drums for the No Experience Necessary album, released in 1989.

This is a somewhat unusual record for its time. In 1989, hardcore bands (at least in the United States) were either experimenting with other musical styles, or were "Youth Crew." Life Sentence, however, put out "No Experience Necessary," which is straightforward hardcore punk. Slick production and brief metal guitar licks aside, the music is directly from early eighties California.

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1989

01. Win, Lose, or Sue
02. Ode to Me
03. Time/Life
04. Tour Til Death
05. Cancer
06. No Experience Necessary
07. Domestic Squabbles
08. Actions Speak Louder than Words
09. Freedoms Promised Dreams
10. Gun Control
11. Stand On Your Own
12. Sins In the Pulpit
13. The Elevator Song


Life Sentence - Self Titled (EP)

Life Sentence was a hardcore band from Chicago, Illinois. The band got its start in 1984, with the lineup of Joe Losurdo (bass), Eric Brockman (guitar), Tom O'Connor (drums), and Ray Morris (vocals, previously in Six Feet Under). Midway through recording their debut record, the rest of the band dumped their singer and continued as a three-piece. The record, a self-titled 12", was finished in 1987, and released on Chicago label Walkthrufyre.

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1987

01. Problems
02. Race To Die_Election Day
03. Men In Blue
04. Punks for Profit
05. Peacetime Death
06. Unemployment
07. In The Streets
08. Figure It Out
09. Take A Stand


Deadline - EP

Deadline was one of the signature bands of the early DC Hardcore scene. The band formed in the summer of 1981 and quickly recorded a demo, three tracks of which were culled for use on the Dischord, FLEX YOUR HEAD, sampler.

After playing a number of memorable shows through the following year with such DC fellow travellers as Faith, Scream and Void, as well as opening for Flipper at the old 9:30 club, the band recorded one more session at Inner Ear in August of 1982. Almost immediately after the recording, Deadline disbanded and that eleven song tape languished unreleased for seven years, becoming one of the great lost gems of the golden age of DC punk.

In 1989 the final Deadline session finally saw the light of day, released by the Peterbilt label as the one-sided 12" called 8/2/82 but it quickly sold out its 1000 print pressing and once again the songs were unavailable.

Genre: Hardcore
Origin Year/Release Year: 1982/1990

01. i.c.a
02. nothing for me
03. apathy
04. close door
05. outside the law
06. anti-christ
07. deep sixed
08. mad
09. no end
10. authority figures
11. decayed


Sons Of Ishmael - Hayseed Hardcore(EP)

Sons of Ishmael, Toronto’s all-boy hardcore punk band, emerged in 1985 from the town of Meaford, Ontario (population 4400) as a reaction to small-town decadence. In June of that year the band released a 13-song 7” entitled “Hayseed Hardcore” which gained them notoriety and rave reviews in such magazines as Thrasher and MaximumRocknRoll. The first pressing sold out in 3-months.

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1985

01. Small Town Mentality
02. Break Free
03. Democracy
04. Mr. Personality
05. Governors Of Death
06. Today’s Victim - Tomorrow’s Aggressor
07. Parasites
08. Explanation
09. Social Drinker
10. Condemned to Live
11. Another Groovy Tune
12. Follow The Leader
13. Service To Your Country - End To Your Life


Death Side - Satisfy The Instinct (EP)

This is the first ep of legendary Death Side released back in 1987. They were one of the greatest japanese bands, formed in mid 80's and disbanded about a decade later. They released several records and appeared in many compilations, after Death Side disbanded, the members formed some great bands: Paintbox(the band of guitarist Chelsea), Forward(the singer and the basist),and Judgemnent(the drumer along with former ~censored~ members)
Satisfy the instinct 7" was put out by Selfish Records in 1987 and its included in the The will never die, a 2xCD compilation released by Nucleus,. Here, they offer six tracks of traditional japanese hardcore with shouting vocals,fast tempos and thick guitars with catchy riffs.**taken from 7inchCrust**

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1987

01. Drunk too much
02. Money dont come and go
03. Look at your self
04. My pace
05. Over nice
06. Self complacency


Abuso Sonoro - Revolte Se (EP)

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 1997

01. Abuso de poder
02. Disrtuir
03. Opcao
04. Enganados
05. Buraco podre
06. Justica sega


Vice Squad - No Cause For Consern

Vice Squad is a punk rock band formed in 1978 in Bristol, England. The band formed from two other local punk bands, The Contingent and TV Brakes. Songwriter and vocalist Beki Bondage (born Rebecca Louise Bond) has been with the band since the original line-up. She is often cited as being the first punk pin-up featured on the front cover of a number of influential music tabloids such as Melody Maker, NME, and Smash Hits.

A 'proper' CD re-issue of Vice Squad's debut LP which was originally released by EMI in 1981 and which reached No.32 in the UK charts. Now comes complete with 8 bonus tracks including all of the bands recordings for Riot City Records

Genre: Punk
Year: 1981

1. Young Blood
2. Coward
3. Nothing
4. Summer Fashion
5. 1981
6. Saturday Night Special
7. Offering
8. Times They Are A-Changin'
9. Evil
10. Angry Youth
11. It's a Sell Out
12. Still Dying
13. Last Rockers [*]
14. (So) What for the 80's [*]
15. Sterile [*]
16. Last Rockers [Single Version][*]
17. Living on Dreams [*]
18. Latex Love [*]
19. Resurrection [*]
20. Young Blood [*]
21. Humane [Single Version][*]


Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Restless Youth - Light Up Ahead

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2006

01. Cold Hearted
02. Do You Mind
03. Light Up Ahead
04. One Way Street
05. Thieves
06. Channel Zero
07. Beyond Solitude
08. Anywhere But Here
09. Black & White
10. Burning


Restless Youth - State Of Confusion (EP)

Genre: Hardcore/Punk
Year: 2005

01. Too Much
02. Make It Burn
03. Suffocate
04. Already Dead
05. State Of Confusion
06. Walk The Earth
07. Intro - Restless Youth
08. Don't Talk To Me
09. Ask Yourself
10. Bad Trip
11. Going Crazy


Dirty Money - No Escaping This

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2007

01. No Escaping This
02. Mind In Pieces
03. Dead Mans Shoes
04. Its Real
05. Intro - Dirty Money
06. Out Of Luck
07. No One


One Voice - Demo

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2007

01. Intro - I Speak My Mind
02. Through Thick And Thin
03. The Difference
04. Kid Till Death
05. Not Just Today


One Voice - Break Free

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2007

01. Wake Up World
02. Step Forward
03. Wall of Pride
04. Break Free
05. Nothing Stays The Same
06. Never Get


Losing X Streak - Cracked

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2008

01. Loose Lips
02. The Higher You Get
03. Ain't Hard To Tell
04. Make It Work
05. Just A Memory
06. Money Talks
07. Losing Sight


Losing X Streak - Demo

Genre: Hardcore
Year: 2007

01. Intro
02. Losing Streak
03. Get Off My Back
04. Way Too Late
05. Rain On Your Parade