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PENETRATION self titled

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 20:27:00 +0000

Discogs Tracklist Demos 1 Duty Free Technology 1:56 2 Firing Squad 2:41 3 Race Against Time 2:05 4 In The Future 2:22 5 Free Money 3:30 6 Never Never 2:32 7 V.I.P. 2:42 8 Silent Community 3:21 9 Don't Dictate 2:55 Peel Sessions 10 Movement 3:07 11 Stone Heroes 3:24 12 Vision 3:27 13 Future Daze 3:52 14 She Is A Slave 1:50 15 Danger Signs 2:41 16 Last Saving Grace 2:28 Live At Newcastle Dec 78-Oct 79 17 Come Into The Open 2:55 18Movement 2:55 19 Lovers Of Outrage 3:47 20 She Is The Slave 3:12 21 Too Many Friends 2:27 22 Killed In The Rush 1:52 23 Danger Signs (Alternate Version) 3:18[...]

THE BUTTOCKS Law And Order (Mehr Pogo Leute 1978-83) 1991

Wed, 27 Jul 2016 20:16:00 +0000

German punk band from Hamburg. Formed in 1978, split in 1983.  Discogs Tracklist Intro Law And Order 1:35 Bonanza 2:08 I Don't Wanna 1:04 Sick Of Being Sick 2:13 So Shit 2:05 I Know When I Die 1:09 Eurovision 2:37 See Her Tonite 2:34 BGS/GSG 1:03 Water Colour 1:15 Lifer 1:05 You 1:13 Hate Your Neighbour 1:54 Feel Alright 1:36 Anarchy 2:27 Police State 2:18 I Hate Hitler 0:47 Army Life 1:19 Sheer Heart Attack 2:03 Kreatur 1:06 Mardrom 1:32 Süchtig 1:29 Deutsche Raus Aus Deutschland 1:29 Nein Nein Nein 1:56 Fight 1:31 Gogogo 1:11 Cops On The Street 1:51 No-One Talking 1:11 Kill The Pigs 0:53 [...]

DIE HARD Looking Out For #1 1990

Fri, 24 Jun 2016 18:22:00 +0000

 Pre-Integrity Cleveland hardcore band, released a 12" titled Looking Out For #1Discogs Tracklist 1 Gamemaster 2:16 2 It's Time 1:29 3 Stale 2:55 4 Transition 2:02 5 Absent 2:22 6 Looking Out For #1 2:04 7 Grenade 2:51 8 Preserve 2:35[...]

UPPERCUT Four Walls 1989

Mon, 16 May 2016 19:28:00 +0000


New York hardcore band in the late '80s that gained notoriety with their track "Am I Clear" on the legendary "NYHC: Where The Wild Things Are" compilation (1989). In addition to the 2 tracks on this compilation, Uppercut released a LP "Four Walls" on Blackout Records. 

1. Misery
2. Salvation
3. Am I Clear
4. Four Walls
5. Down and Out
6. Cause and Effect
7. The Machine Breaks Down
8. Juan Carlos
9. MDF
10. Blur
11. LDB
12. Almond Tree
13. The See
14. The Shaft

VIOLATORS The No Future Years 1994

Sat, 26 Dec 2015 17:58:00 +0000

by requestDiscogs  Biography There were 2 Punk bands called The Violators one from England who recorded 2 great 7"s for No Future records in the early 80's and one from New Jersey who released the classic NY Ripper / My Country 7" in 1980.Violators were a punk rock band formed in Chapel-en-le-Frith, England in 1979 by vocalist Shaun 'Cess' Stiles and bassist John 'Matchi' Marchington (both formerly of The Dismal Sports). The band's line-up later added Helen Hill on vocals, Mark Coley on guitar, and Anthony 'Ajax' Hall on drums, as they were soon signed to Worcestershire label, No Future. The band managed to create a fist-full of punk classics in their short career. Their first releases "Die with Dignity" and "Government Stinks" introduced their unique brand of punk to Britain's excluded youth. April 17, 1982, saw the release of their first 7" single, "Gangland" – a six minute long punk anthem – made Violators stand out for challenging the conventional face of punk. It's pounding drum and bass rhythms, uncompromising powerchord guitar riff, and Cess' dark subterranean vocals caught the mainstream music press unaware, yet a concensus agreed that the band had real protential. Gary Bushell described their sound as "street-level Joy Division", and it don't get much better than that, does it? At the heart of the single's b-side, "The Fugitive", lies pycho killer lyrics and viciously sung female vocals. With the release of the band's critically acclaimed and hugely popular second 7" single on December 4, 1982, "Summer of '81"/"Live Fast - Die Young", Violators looked set for great things. Sadly, however, it turned out to be their last studio session with the original line-up. Vocalist Helen and guitarist Coley left a few weeks later to form the short-lived Taboo, and went on to record a three-track studio demo (these tracks appear on the 2005 compilation album, The No Future Years). Coley played bass on these tracks, leaving the guitar work to a session musican, which seems, at best, puzzling, and, at worst, a real missed opportunity. Coley's thundering guitar riffs during the No Future years are testament to that! In 1983, the three remaining Violators – Shaun, Matchi (bass) and Ajax (drums) – together with new female vocalist Louise 'Lou' King, and new guitarist Andrew Hill (formerly of Skin Graft), released the band's third 7" single, "Life on the Red Line"/"Crassings of Sangara". When heard today, the two songs have the sound and feel of early Manchester indie music. More incredible, however, is that the single pre-dates that period by many years. It was the last stand for Violators, though, as Shaun, Matchi and Lou went on to form Ice the Falling Rain, who released one further single, "Life illusion", for the No Future off-shoot label, Future, before also disbanding.To this day, Violators and their story – one of massive potential and missed opportunity – is regarded as an emigma within the history of punk music. The nature and timing of Helen and Coley's departure was at a time when the band had finally begun to understand each other as musicians and were about to get into their creative stride as the band's popularity was spreading fast to every corner of Britain's punk community.While they've given us some fi[...]


Wed, 18 Nov 2015 02:54:00 +0000

a little thrash, punk and some snotty vocalsThe guitarist, Larry LaLonde is best known for his work with Les Claypool and Primus.Discogs Tracklist A1 Roll Of The Dice 3:08 A2 Freedom To Express 2:33 A3 I Don't Know 2:19 A4 Elsewhere 3:05 A5 American Dream 2:41 A6 Stop And Think 2:23 A7 Big Man 1:24 A8 Dreams 3:15 B1 Peer Pressure 3:06 B2 Friendly Environment 2:52 B3 Weapons Of War 2:27 B4 I'm Not Smiling 2:16 B5 Thoughts Of Smog And Slums 5:04 B6 The Forgotten War 1:57 B7 Ignorance To The Law Is No Excuse 2:23[...]

PLAID RETINA Mind Tracing The Going Down 1991

Wed, 11 Nov 2015 03:54:00 +0000

ripped at 320kbps from my own CD DiscogsWikipedia Tracklist 1 Cats And Dogs 2 Myopia 3 Contradiction 4 All Talk 5 Fiends In My Genes 6 Worthless 7 A Crooked Day 8 What Gives? 9 Scary Monsters 10 Mind Tracing The Going Down[...]

DEMENTED ARE GO Who Put Grandma Under The Stairs? 1996

Wed, 11 Nov 2015 02:53:00 +0000

Welsh psychobillyDiscogs Tracklist 1 Love Seeps Like A Festering Sore 2 Zombie Stalk 3 Queen Of Disease 4 One Sharp Knife 5 Mongoloid 6 Where You Gonna Go 7 Call Of The Wired 8 Pervy In The Park 9 PVC Chair 10 Cast Iron Arm 11 Holy Hack Jack 12 Country Woman 13 Anal Wonderland 14 Clitoris Bite Boogie 15 Red River, Bloody Staircase 16 Brand New Corpse 17 Who Put Grandma Under The Stairs? 18 Be Bop A Lula 19 Human Slug 20 Nightlife 21 The Chase 22 Got Good Lovin' 23 House Of Blood 24 Satan's Rejects[...]

Barefoot & Pregnant, An Arkansas Compilation 1997

Wed, 11 Nov 2015 02:38:00 +0000

Punk from around Van Buren, Arkansas Discogs Tracklist 1 –Captain Everything Hellcity 2 –Punkinhead Yelloweyes 3 –Mindrage (2) Destructive Patterns 4 –Ashtray Babyheads Chesterfield 5 –Bailey's The Jennifer Jason Leigh 6 –Burned Up Bled Dry Grain Of Salt 7 –Burned Up Bled Dry Razors 8 –Elliot (16) The Narrowing List 9 –Mistletones Lowlife 10 –Nessie (6) Big Hairy Pie Ken 11 –Total Knockouts Tomorrow Never Come 12 –Rash Of Beatings Prodigy 13 –Sickshine Threnogy 14 –Corpsodomy Limbaugh Limbless 15 –Captain Everything Trailer Park Funk[...]

MAN SIZED ACTION Claustrophobia LP 1983

Wed, 11 Nov 2015 02:28:00 +0000

punk/post punkDiscogs  Tracklist A1 Pressure Relief A2 Bubble Bursts A3 Who's Kiddin' Who A4 Don't Wanna A5 Private Eye B1 Self Respect B2 My Life B3 Looking At You B4 Yea B5 Claustrophobia[...]

SECOND TO NONE Defeat 2002

Tue, 30 Jun 2015 17:26:00 +0000

Discogs Tracklist 1 Victimized 2 Heartless 3 Everyone...But Yourself 4 My Choice 5 Without A Trace 6 How Ya Like Me Now 7 No One Wins 8 Takineverykrown 9 Defeat 10 Outro[...]

GaAsp Demo 2015

Tue, 23 Jun 2015 10:45:00 +0000

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Portland hardcore/crust

Free download from their Bandcamp website.


Wed, 25 Feb 2015 01:03:00 +0000

Some local Pensacola hardcore with a nice nod to Minor Threat. Check it out!
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Guitar and Vocals - Drew Coats
Drums - Brandon Ballard

Thanks to our parents for not killing us.
Thanks to Patrick Hutchinson of 'Company of Ghosts' for recording and mastering us.
Thanks to Miller Hawkins for the original album picture shot on 35mm film, as part of the #CANeraMan project.
Thanks to all of Pensacola and all of our followers for supporting our message, movement, and passion.

All songs written by Dicks From Mars (minus the covers)
All music was recorded LIVE with no midi, no over dubs, no corny effects, and no plastic bullshit to make us sound better or worse. 

GUDON 愚鈍 Discography 1992

Sat, 31 Jan 2015 00:42:00 +0000

From Hiroshima, Japan, Gudon (愚鈍) was active in the 1980's. Members went on to form Bastard.  Discogs Tracklist 1 Stoic Violence 2 鉛の愛 3 Burst Your Head 4 Regret 5 オマエノコトナドシラン 6 Tit For Tat 7 Maniac Point 8 Outside Dream 9 Howling Hate 10 Dickeys 11 Bloody Sleeping 12 Power Of Dusk 13 Egger 14 Void 15 Hard On 16 Erebus 17 Fundamental Error 18 N.O.X. 19 Almighty Idoler 20 Haiboku  allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="" width="410">[...]


Thu, 29 Jan 2015 02:45:00 +0000

hardcore from Oakland
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RAW RECORDS Punk Singles Collection 1993

Tue, 24 Jun 2014 18:49:00 +0000

Discogs allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="//" width="420">  Tracklist   1 – Users, The Sick Of You 3:26 2 – Users, The I'm In Love With Today 1:37 3 – Killjoys, The Johnny Won't Go To Heaven 2:42 4 – Killjoys, The Naive 2:42 5 – Unwanted, The Withdrawal 2:02 6 – Unwanted, The Bleak Outlook 2:16 7 – Unwanted, The 1984 1:52 8 – Some Chicken New Religion 2:17 9 – Some Chicken [...]

THE SPACE NEGROS Dig Archaeology (1980 - 1990) 1992

Thu, 03 Apr 2014 14:22:00 +0000

Tracklist  1 Nazz IV 2:45 2 I Wanna Be Your Dog 2:56 3 The Best Things In Life Are Free 3:02 4 Little League 1:09 5 Go Dorothy Go (Do The Bible) 3:04 6 Sweep 0:38 7 Heart Full Of Soul 3:25 8 Batwa Pygmy Chorus 2:24 9 Crossfire/Tea For Two/Cha Cha Cha 5:32 10 I Don't Care 2:49 11 Go Commercial 3:40 12 Happenings Ten Years Time Ago (Revisited) 3:07 13 Back In The U.S.S.R. 4:28 14 Go To Hell 4:40 15 And Many, Many More 4:11 16 [...]

SEVEN YEARS WAR Ranks of the Common People (year unknown)

Thu, 20 Feb 2014 19:11:00 +0000

Political hardcore outfit from Burlington, VT (USA). Active in the mid 90's. Tracklist 1 Eighteen 2 Hibakusha 3 Caged 4 Witness 5 Nativecrown 6 Nrubaidem 7 One Of Every Three 8 Terrestrial 9 Pogrom 10 Phonemes [...]

CHOKEHOLD Prison of Hope (year unknown)

Thu, 20 Feb 2014 18:51:00 +0000

Influential Canadian straight edge hardcore band from the mid 1990's. The band broke up in 1996 after an European tour and releasing 2 LP's and several 7" EP's. Lead vocalist Chris Logan later went on to form Goodfellow Records. Note: not to confuse with American thrash metal band of the same name. Tracklist   Compilation Tracks 1 Anchor 3:30 2 Kill Me 2:51 Prison Of Hope LP 3 Turn The Page 3:40 4 Depopulation 2:29 5 Deaf To Reason 3:09 6 Lies 3:28 7 More Than Ever 3:18 8 Deception 4:46 9 Existence 4:04 [...]


Tue, 01 Oct 2013 23:17:00 +0000

Hardcore from Sweden

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HARMONICA BLUES Great Harmonica Performances of the 1920s and '30s

Sun, 29 Sep 2013 00:57:00 +0000

Artwork by Robert Crumb Tracklist Freeman Stowers – Railroad Blues State Street Boys (2) – Crazy About You Carver Boys – Wang Wang Harmonica Blues Lee Brown – My Driving Wheel Clarence Ashley / Gwen Foster – [...]

JIM CARROLL BAND Catholic Boy 1980

Fri, 22 Mar 2013 23:12:00 +0000

  allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="" width="420">biography[+] by Jason Ankeny To rock audiences, Jim Carroll's crowning achievement was the near-hit "People Who Died," a brutally emotional punk record saluting the victims of the New York drug culture. In truth, however, Carroll's artistic legacy was considerably more complex and far-ranging -- an acclaimed diarist, poet, actor, and spoken word performer, his formative years even served as the subject of the film The Basketball Diaries. The product of a working-class background, Carroll was born and raised in New York City. He was a highly touted basketball prospect, and Jack Kerouac's On the Road inspired him to begin keeping a journal at the age of 12; later published in 1978 as The Basketball Diaries, his early writings vividly chronicled his teenage addiction to heroin, which led him into a life of crime and hustling. By the time he was 16, Carroll was a published poet; 1973's Living at the Movies further established his reputation as a prodigy and funded a move to Northern California, where he was finally able to shed his drug habit. Inspired by the success of his friend Patti Smith, who also married a background in poetry with a career in rock music, Carroll began writing songs; in 1978, backed by the San Francisco band Amsterdam (comprised of guitarists Terrell Winn and Brian Linsley, bassist Steve Linsley, and drummer Wayne Woods), he cut a handful of demos, and was signed to Rolling Stones Records. Produced by label head Earl McGrath, the Jim Carroll Band's debut album, Catholic Boy, appeared in 1980; the subject of significant critical acclaim, it featured "People Who Died," the group's definitive moment. After a move back to New York and the replacement of Terrell Winn and Brian Linsley by Paul Sanchez and Jon Tiven, the Carroll Band returned in 1982 with Dry Dreams, followed by 1984's I Write Your Name, which received lackluster reviews. With his three-record contract fulfilled, Carroll dismissed the group members and resumed his prose and poetry work. After an appearance in the 1985 film Tuff Turf, he published The Book of Nods in 1986 and Forced Entries: The Downtown Diaries 1971-1973 a year later. During the remainder of the '80s, Carroll balanced his poetry and prose material while writing tracks for other artists such as Blue Öyster Cult (Club Ninja) and Boz Scaggs (Other Roads). He also appeared on spoken word albums by John Giorno's Dial-a-Poem Poets. As the 1990s dawned, Carroll was frequently approached to return to music, but he remained firmly dedicated to his spoken word work; his first solo album was Praying Mantis (1991), a collection of spoken word performances, not new songs. While he occasionally performed as a musician, his primary focus remained his literary pursuits. Notably, Carroll was one of the first poet/rockers to break down the barriers between poetry/spoken word and mainstream rock music. He participated in various readings beginning in the mid-'80s, but his 1994 performance on MTV'sUnplugged was most mov[...]

COPOUT self titled 1993

Fri, 01 Mar 2013 01:48:00 +0000

Copout was from Memphis, Tennessee and later became the mighty His Hero Is Gone.  Tracklist ▼ A1 Did You A2 Colors A3 Blind A4 No A5 Over There B1 Burned Up [...]

TONES ON TAIL Night Music 1987

Sun, 20 Jan 2013 23:49:00 +0000

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by Steve Huey
Bauhaus guitarist Daniel Ash created Tones on Tail as a side project in 1981 with bassist Glen Campling, who was also a roadie for Bauhaus. When Bauhaus broke up in 1983, Ash chose to concentrate on his new group, bringing in Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins as well. Their style ranged from light rock to funk to atmospheric synth music. Ash became dissatisfied with Campling, and a Bauhaus reunion was planned, but when Peter Murphy backed out, Ash, Haskins, and former bassist David J, who had been playing with the Jazz Butcher, decided to re-form as Love and Rockets.

SUICIDE self titled 1977

Fri, 11 Jan 2013 00:05:00 +0000

by request allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen" frameborder="0" height="315" src="" width="420">biography[+] by John Dougan Although they barely receive credit, Suicide (singer Alan Vega and keyboardist Martin Rev) is the source point for virtually every synth pop duo that glutted the pop marketplace (especially in England) in the early '80s. Without the trailblazing Rev and Vega, there would have been no Soft Cell, Erasure, Bronski Beat, Yaz, you name 'em, and while many would tell you that that's nothing to crow about, the aforementioned synth-poppers merely appropriated Suicide's keyboards/singer look and none of Rev and Vega's extremely confrontational performance style and love of dissonance. The few who did (Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire) were considered too extreme for most tastes. Suicide had been a part of the performing arts scene in New York City's Lower East Side in the early/mid-'70s New York Dolls era. Their approach to music was simple: Rev would create minimalistic, spooky, hypnotic washes of dissonant keyboards and synthesizers, while Vega sang, ranted, and spat neo-Beat lyrics in a jumpy, disjointed fashion. On stage, Vega became confrontational, often baiting the crowd into a riotous frenzy that occasionally led to full-blown violence, usually with the crowd attacking Vega. With their reputation as controversial performers solidified, what was lost was that Suicide recorded some amazingly seductive and terrifying music. A relationship with Cars mastermind Ric Ocasek proved successful, bringing their music to a wider audience and developing unlikely fans (Bruce Springsteen went on record as loving Suicide's Vietnam-vet saga "Frankie Teardrop"), but after numerous breakups and reconciliations, Rev and Vega settled for being more influential than commercially successful. Ironically, the '90s proved to be a decade of vindication for Suicide with the rise of industrial dance music, Chicago's Wax Trax! label, and the bands associated with it (Revolting Cocks, Ministry, 1000 Homo DJs, etc.). Although not a big part of the scene anymore, the profound influence of Suicide on a generation of younger bands was readily apparent. When the duo returned in 2002 with American Supreme, its first studio release in ten years, much fanfare resulted, no doubt considerably furthered by Vega's presence around this time as a heavily profiled exhibitionist of art in New York, where he had presented a show at the Jeffrey Dietch Gallery in New York earlier in the year. read more [...]