• In the 80s UPRIGHT CITIZENS were above all the international hardcore punk band from the West Germany. The first line-up consisted of Anton (vocals, guitar), Uli (guitar), Crocker (bass) and Mario (drums). The mainly English lyrics and their American sound were very distinctive, which made the band internationally known. In 1985 they were the first German punk band to tour across the United States for six weeks. In addition to various publications, they earned the reputation of a terrific live act, which they also proved as the opening act for punk greats such as DEAD KENNEDYS, UK SUBS, DOA, BAD RELIGION and many others. CD Digipak with a 20-page booklet containing all texts, lots of unpublished photos and liner notes. The second album "Make The Future Mine & Yours" from 1983 is a classic. The 9 tracks of the "Bombs Of Peace" album are included as a CD bonus! (Colturschock Records)  
  • A milestone in newer Danish punkhistory. Driving and rocking punkrock delivered with so much nerve and guts it is bound to be a classic. Cold war punk from the trenches of K-Town! No Hope for the Kids feature former members of Amdi Petersens Arme and Young Wasteners, and just like those bands No Hope for the Kids make you think that it's Los Angeles 1979 all over again. (Hjernespind Records)
  • The second album "Make The Future Mine & Yours" from 1983 is a classic and is in no way inferior to the debut work "Bombs Of Peace". The original LP is priceless and even the 2001 OX version is hard to find. This is official re-release, hand-numbered and on 140g vinyl! The 2-sided original insert has been expanded to include liner notes and unpublished photos for the fold-out 6-sided insert. In the 80s UPRIGHT CITIZENS were above all the international hardcore punk band from the West Germany. The first line-up consisted of Anton (vocals, guitar), Uli (guitar), Crocker (bass) and Mario (drums). The mainly English lyrics and their American sound were very distinctive, which made the band internationally known. In 1985 they were the first German punk band to tour across the United States for six weeks. In addition to various publications, they earned the reputation of a terrific live act, which they also proved as the opening act for punk greats such as DEAD KENNEDYS, UK SUBS, DOA, BAD RELIGION and many others. Tracks: 1. Attack 2. Feel My Fate 3. Government Wins 4. Ground Zero 5. Hated 6. Long Songs 7. Never Say Goodbye 8. Now Or Never 9. Pseudo Punk 10. Swastika Ratss 11. The End 12. What Are We Gonna Do Now? 13. Yellow Press 14. You Make Me Sick 15. No Tears For Yesterday (Colturschock Records)  
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    UPRIGHT CITIZENS from the Ruhr area are one of the most important, most independent and probably most international 80s hardcore punk bands in Germany! In 1982 their debut “Bombs Of Peace” was released as a mini-LP. An absolute classic consisting of 9 tracks that already swept everything away back then, here hit after hit. Popular hits like “Fuck The Army”, “Neo-Nazis in the BRG”, the title song “Bombs Of Peace” or the unbelievably good cover version of the CRISIS classic: “Holocaust” are songs that burn in after hearing them once and you never do forgets again. Together with the second LP "Make The Future Mine & Yours", the repress of the debut album by H'Art was re-released as a double LP in the 80s and by Rude Records in the early 90s. Due to its rarity, the original is nowadays traded at horrific prices. Not enough that these great songs are available again on vinyl, this re-release appears in the original format as a mini-LP on a 140g vinyl + special A1 poster and all of this is hand-numbered. (Colturschock Records)  
  • In 1985 UPRIGHT CITIZENS have been the first german hardcore-punk band that went on tour in the USA. In the bandhistory "Open eyes, open ears, brains to think and a mouth to speak!" counts as the most successful release of the band. Back in those days there was a US pressing released on Better Youth Organization and a little later once again in germany by the band itself with an enhanced tracklisting. For this official Re-issue the artwork of front- and backcover has been revised. A must-have for all friends of the good old 80ies hardcore punk. (Colturschock Records)
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    This crust/stenchcore masterpiece was released in 2006 and was their definitely the best recording to date. Limited edition in grey / transparent splatter vinyl of 200 copies. The cover and label are hand-numbered. (Colturschock Records)
  • One of the heaviest European crust legion finall landed in the blackest of the Agipunk territories. The music developed a step ahead to a more contaminated sound by some elements coming from the less uncompromised post-punk bands like KILLING JOKE ans ALARIC. The reminiscences of stench core heroes like AXEGRINDER, AMEBIX and BOLT THROWER are still strong, but there's a new vibe one this record that definitely makes it even more interesting than their previous releases. Be ready to be buried once again by INSTINCT OF SURVIVAL. CD-Bonus: 3 exclusive Tracks. (Colturschock Records)
  • Instinct of Survival hail from Hamburg. Nine hymns of misanthropic nihilism, unmatched in the present landscape of underground music. I would have no qualms in saying that this in the best European crust record of the decade. It's got the brutal-as-fuck atmosphere of the early Death Metal ala Autopsy, Entombed or Death, crossed with the aggressive fuck-off riffing of Deviated Instinct, Sepultura or Hellbastard and the miserable, chained to oblivion sound aesthetics of Amebix and Axegrinder. With riffs that nearly fucking snap your neck and a guitar sound both blunt and bludgeoning, simultaneously raw and cutting, the axe is at the forefront of these songs. The vocals are snarls of loathsome desperation, the production simply immaculate. The drumming is martial and pounding, adding depth and contour to what are essential simple Thrash riffs, yet the key to this is simplicity in execution and complexity in structure and composition. Modern crust classic. (Colturschock Records)
  • Instinct of Survival hail from Hamburg. Nine hymns of misanthropic nihilism, unmatched in the present landscape of underground music. I would have no qualms in saying that this in the best European crust record of the decade. It's got the brutal-as-fuck atmosphere of the early Death Metal ala Autopsy, Entombed or Death, crossed with the aggressive fuck-off riffing of Deviated Instinct, Sepultura or Hellbastard and the miserable, chained to oblivion sound aesthetics of Amebix and Axegrinder. With riffs that nearly fucking snap your neck and a guitar sound both blunt and bludgeoning, simultaneously raw and cutting, the axe is at the forefront of these songs. The vocals are snarls of loathsome desperation, the production simply immaculate. The drumming is martial and pounding, adding depth and contour to what are essential simple Thrash riffs, yet the key to this is simplicity in execution and complexity in structure and composition. Modern crust classic. (Colturschock Records)
  • Official reissue of VARUKERS' "How Do You Sleep?" album from 2000 and another healthy dose of original UK82-sound meets metallic DISCHARGE/BROKEN BONES riffing and a pissed off Rat on vocals. Just great! (Matus Records)
  • The new album from an all-female punk band Polikarpa y Sus Viciosas from Bogota / Medellin. In the 10 HC punk songs the band screams against discrimination, violence and sexism in Colombia and all over the world! The record comes in a black gatefold cover with all texts in Spanish and English. Colombia is a country of deep inequalities and social and economic injustices, which have led to cycles of violence and hopelessness; also, it is a country of rebelliousness and resistance rooted in the territories, historically immersed in a war that seems to have no end, although there are puffs of hope as is the signing of the Peace Agreement with the FARC - EP. This story, our story we have expressed and denounced from the punk scene, we have joined from music to many manifestations of struggle, in favor of social equality and freedom. Our inspiration: the social and women's movement, with whom we have worked shoulder to shoulder. That is the product of this album, multiple voices, causes of women who inhabit this land and who advocate a change. We get together with women of all colors, ages, lesbians, heterosexuals, mothers, peasants, human rights defenders, ex-combatants, feminists, to join their struggles making our musical a political vehicle to demand dignity in this Latin American continent. As a result of this meeting with others, the proposal of “the musical audience for women” emerged, in which we simulated a popular public audience from a concert. We made the stage a space for direct participation, so that women in their diversity, from song to song, to the rhythm of music, expressed their proposals and problems. The stage became a stage to give voice, break the silence, demand justice and shout the truth about discrimination, inequality and violence in this country. With the making of this album we hope these voices are heard - through the lyrics we work together - and resound in other places, to join forces in the demand for a change that includes the elimination of all forms of violence against women, feminicides, the murders of leaders and social leaders and for not retreating to an armed conflict in this country. Health and anarchy for everyone. (Self released)
  • On top of being some of the nicest guys in punk rock, Channel 3 (CH3 for short) is also one of the longest running punk rock bands from Southern California who never broke up. They’ve been at it since 1981 and are still touring and releasing new music from time to time and not only that but they are still good! The band has found a comfortable mix of mostly mid-tempo melodic punk, rock, and sing along anthems which result in some really catchy punk rock and roll. They don’t put out new records as often as they used to but each time they do they are well worth picking up and continue to prove that the band still has a lot to offer in terms of producing quality music. Between 2005 and 2015, CH3 released a small handful of 7″ singles on small independent labels. They were pressed in fairly small quantities and vanished rather quickly so if you weren’t aware of their release at the time you likely missed out on them. They weren’t released on any other format either so for the longest time the only way to hear the fine songs was to find those singles. Now these often overlooked gems are compiled for your convenience on this handy full-length LP. Not only that but it comes with a download card so you can take the songs with you to play on your MP3 player of choice. The LP comes housed in a silkscreen cover and is on black vinyl. It also comes with an insert. (Wanda Records)
  • Classic german 80s punk album by these legends from Bonn originally released in 1983 on Aggressive Rock Produktionen. Re-Release of thes 14 essential tracks with bonus track “Saufbauch”. If you don’t have it yet, get it. (Aggressive Rockproduktionen Records)  
  • The 4 songs from the „Vom Derbsten“ EP from 1980 also appeared later on the two THE BUTTOCKS band-compilations („Fuckin' The Buttocks“ 1985 / „Law And Order“ 1991) from Weird System with a different, thinner sound. The originals had been much more powerful. The rerelease has the original sound again and appears in a hardcover for the first time and is complemented with a sticker. It also contains the original lyric sheet as a thick inlay (300g/m²). A must-have if it comes to early hardcore punk from Hamburg! (Colturschock Records)
  • Hans-a-plast were founded in Hannover in 1978 and are still one of the outstanding and formative punk bands of the former BRG. In 1979 their 1st LP was released with the help of the local independent label LAVA RECORDS. The album became a classic and was an inspiration for the still clichéd, cliché-free punk of the early '80s. Against all expectations, their debut was so successful that the band decided in 1980 to found their own label No Fun Records. This thick 180gr re-issue is limited and hand-numbered (1000 copies), comes with original artwork and original booklet. (Colturschock Records)
  • The “Unfinished Business” LP includes three songs from the “Muliple Oi-Gasm” 7″ originally released 2014 by ROTTEN TO THE CORE RECORDS for the US 2014 Tour. In addition to the 7″ tracks you find 5 unreleased OI POLLOI songs from the same recording session as their “Duisg” LP. More raging antifascist anarchy punkrock in 27 minutes! (Campary Records) https://youtu.be/KJYjNufzcPU
  • After 40 years here's the rerelease of one of the first early hardcorepunk 7“es worldwide. Originally released on 7“ in 1979 the 4 songs appeared later on the two THE BUTTOCKS band-compilations („Fuckin' The Buttocks“ 1985 / „Law And Order“ 1991) from Weird System with a different, thinner sound. The originals had been much more powerful. The re-release has the original sound again and appears in a hardcover for the first time and is complemented with a 4-page inlay with a report and photos from the Pretty Vacant Fanzine (also from 1979). (Colturschock Records
  • German punk classic from the 80s! Originally released in 1983 on Rock-O-Rama and reissued in the mid-2000s by the short-lived Krachschwindel label. For the time, an incredibly fast and hard slaughter that pretty much surpassed all hardcore punk bands at the time. A record with cult status and rightly so! Cover is printed in black and white, Includes lyric sheet. Tracks B7 - B10 are not listed on the release and are from Scheiss Krieg EP (1983) (Krachschwindel Records)
  • Deluxe reissue of rare Lubbock, Texas 1979 DIY metal killer 45. Axxe came from Lubbock, Texas and in early 1979 they unleashed their lone single. The outside world was -at the time- unfortunately not listening, but what a record it was… Rip-shreddin’ proto speed-metal with energic guitar riffs to die for. The attitude and raw performance were total punk but Axxe sure knew how to nail a guitar solo -and they used cowbell. Original 45 rpm vinyl is nowadays near impossible to find and it has been many a collector’s wet dream to one day get hold of a copy. On The Dole Records are proud to present a fully licensed deluxe reissue of this US Jobcentre Rejects styled-nugget. Housed in a deluxe picture sleeve that comes with a printed inner sleeve filled with many rare and previously unpublished photos plus an interview with Axxe main man and guitar-slinger Darren Welch conducted by Mojo’s Kieron Tyler. Green color vinyl. • Axxe - ”Through The Night”45 rpm single from 1979 reissued for the first time ever • A US ”Jobcentre Rejects” D.I.Y-nugget – Original 45 is rare and highly in demand • Deluxe reissue • Printed innersleeve filled with rare photos • Liner notes by Kieron Tyler (Mojo Magazine) • Carefully restored and remastered sound • Colored vinyl (green), Limited 750 copies. (On The Dole Records)
  • Vampa were just kids, 13-14 years old, when they recorded and released their raw and very Iron Maidenesque 45 back in 1982. DIY all by themselves… The lyrics (sung in Swedish) is the ultimate hate for school-anthem. The boredom and frustration of (barely) teenage kids totally sick of school and its teachers has rarely been captured in a better and more enjoyable way. Even though the lyrics are in Swedish the language that grabs the listener as the needle is dropped into the groove is universal. Original 45 is near impossible to find. On The Dole Records found the members, got loads of rare photos that fills up the printed inner sleeve. Comes with new original artwork by Swedish artist Oscar Nordblom, the guy behind the notorious Jobcentre Rejects-drawings. • Vampa - ”Plugget” 45 rpm single from 1982 reissued for the first time ever • Ultra rare Swedish ”Jobcentre Rejects”-styled D.I.Y-nugget – Original 45 is rare and highly in demand • Deluxe reissue • Printed inner sleeve filled with rare photos • Liner notes by Andres Lokko • Carefully restored and remastered sound • Colored vinyl (orange), Limited 500 copies. (On The Dole Records)
  • Ultra rare 1979 KBD-style punk rock from Piteå – a small town situated in the very north of Sweden. Rock Set are buzzing of small town boredom and fuck authority attitude. The name Rock Set was inspired by UK pubrockers Dr Feelgood’s Roxette -a few years before Per Gessle took the Roxette moniker to the top of the Billboard chart. “Piteå Kommun” never reached the Billboard chart but over time it has generated a cult following amongst punk rock aficionados all over the world. Original copies are nowadays changing hands for hundreds of dollars. A fact easily understood when hearing Rock Set’s perfect mixture of punk-, mod- and garage-rock. In the late fall of 2020 OTD traveled to Piteå in order to find the members of Rock Set. A license deal was made and in true OTD fashion the sound recordings were remastered and carefully restored. Many photos from the band members’ private photo albums are seen onthe printed inner sleeve. Liner notes by Peter Kagerland. Turquoise vinyl. • Rock Set - ”Piteå Kommun” 45 rpm single from 1979 reissued for the first time ever • Ultra rare Swedish ”Jobcentre Rejects”-styled D.I.Y-nugget – Original 45 is rare and highly in demand • One of the rarest Swedsh punk rock 45s • Deluxe reissue • Printed inner sleeve with rare photos • Liner notes by Peter Kagerland • Carefully restored and remastered sound • Colored vinyl (turquoise), Limited 500 copies. (On The Dole Records)
  • Recorded and mixed at Sunlight Studio in February 2003. Mastered at Tailor Maid Production. (T.S.O.R. Records)
  • The 5th album from the Scandinavian hardcore steamroller with 13 new tracks of down tuned crustcore blasts. Their strongest studio recording since the excellent “Allday Hell”, ‘Comalive” finds the band in peak form blending obvious elements of POISON IDEA, MOTORHEAD, TRAGEDY, and DISCHARGE. (Farewell Records/La Familia Releases)
  • The first volume of Jobcentre Rejects was included on many lists over best reissues of last year. Tom Erlewine of All Music had it on his top three while Rough Trade had it ranked amongst the best compilations of 2019. Vol 2 followed hot in the heels and now the time is right for a third installment in the Jobcentre Rejects-series. Twelve tracks licensed from rare and hard to find New Wave Of British Heavy Metal-singles originally released in England 1978-1983. Kind of a Nuggets, Pebbles or Killed By Death-series for NWOBHM. Jobcentre Rejects vol 3 will appeal to metal fans, but also to punk fanatics, garagerock-maniacs, DIY-lovers and even to the powerpop afficionados. Jobcentre Rejects vol 3 is for everyone into rock music history and anyone interested in British music- and culture history. Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, Judas Priest and Saxon all got signed by majors and sold records galore, meanwhile bands in every village across England formed. Inspired by the energy and DIY attitude of the punk scene these acts recorded and released their records all on thieir own. The music heard on Jobcentre Rejects have so far been treasured only by NWOBHM connoisseurs. Jobcentre Rejects clearly shows that it is music far too good to be buried in the past. It’s music that deserve to be heard not only by the most die hard record collectors. Remastered and restored sound. Extensive liner notes by Kieron Tyler (Mojo Magazine). Richly illustrated with many rare photos. Black Vinyl Housed in Gatefold Sleeve with Printed Inner. • A Nuggets, Pebbles or Killed By Death-series for the NWOBHM-genre • Ten tracks culled from hard to find and highly collectable vinul releases • Carefully restored and remastered sound • Extensive liner notes by Kieron Tyler (Mojo Magazine) • Deluxe gatefold sleeve (On The Dole Records)