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    People - is there a better combination? This record just makes sense and ETT is proud to bringt this split EP on your turntable. C.O.F.F.I.N and Mini Skirt from Gadigal and Cavanbah, Bundjalung respectively are two NSW bands with swelling reputations and followings for their individual takes on hard Australian rock’n’roll music and energetic approach to live performances. 2020 saw them both releasing full length albums during the deep midst of social lock-downs, in a harsh climate of closed venues and cancelled tours. Both albums were massive independent successes, selling out multiple pressings locally and followed by releases in Europe and USA. Raw, melodic, powerful from the beginning till the last song. Aussies mate. The music scene out there is untouchable. Original and raw. C.O.F.F.I.N and Mini Skirt would like to acknowledge the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which this recording was made. We pay our respects to their continuing living culture, connection to land, waters, and community. We extend our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded. ALWAYS WAS, AND ALWAYS WILL BE ABORIGINAL LAND. (Erste Theke Records)
  • Grey vinyl. If the pandemic made you realize that you missed one thing about your connection with punk, there's a decent chance that Bishops Green had something to do with that. This band hits hard and reaches people on a very deep level. Making new fans daily, they continue to connect with scores of people very deeply, even not being able to tour. Yet the true magic in this band is really seeing them live. As the world returns to normal and gigs materialize, more and more people are gonna realize how important this band is to the social fabric of punk rock. The passion they’ve instilled in fans, and the fervor from within are both equally strong and together are the reason why this band has so much impact to deliver! This album and these songs absolutely set the tone, brilliantly, but there is so much more to come as well. Absolutely no lack of excitement in this maple-leaf-adorned corner of the punk rock world - in fact, quite the opposite! There are seemingly black skies adrift right now, but somehow these songs make you feel like there's a golden future on the horizon! We can all at least sing loud, and hope... TRACK LISTING: A Side 1. Last Minute Warning 2. Empty Streets 3. What For B Side 4. Ravens Cry 5. Your Paradox 6. No Tomorrow 7. Another Morning (Pirates Press Records)
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    It’s been a long time since the world felt normal. This album really makes you feel like the world hasn’t changed, somehow. This band though has changed though, albeit subtly. PUNK hasn’t really changed though. The reason why you love PUNK, and the reason why this band matters, and why we all love them so much is exemplified by the four tracks on this record, absolutely! It’s an EP, but it says all that needs to be said. It makes you feel why being a part of punk is important. We are a family, a culture, or a subculture if you want to call it that… But to us, it’s just culture, family, and where we all feel at HOME. It’s just who we are. Booze and Glory exemplify that. These songs ring true, speak volumes, and show why this band is so important to a musical movement with such a diverse yet globally unified social fabric. It's unquestionable that the past two years have changed the world, changed music, changed punk, and changed how we all feel about everything… and this album will make you realize that the way you feel about Booze and Glory may have changed too - but only in a good way! From one end of the world to the other, these songs ring true, speak volumes, and symbolize and embolden the true values and love that exist within the greater punk community. Love the love. BOOZE AND GLORY. Raise that proverbial roof, all the way up! Oi! Oi! TRACK LISTING: A Side: 1. Raising The Roof 2. Betrayed B Side: 3. C'est La Vie 4. The Streets I Call My Own (Pirates Press Records)
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    Ten years is a lifetime in Hardcore Punk. A band’s ability to traverse such a lengthy stay is a testament to their dedication to this thing of ours, which in and of itself is commendable. Remaining sonically relevant, and engaging ever younger audiences, is another beast altogether, and a far more difficult feat to achieve. Somehow, The Flex have managed both. Not only are they the defining band of the New Wave of British Hardcore movement of the 2010’s, not to mention the last band from this original wave still left (“Last Ones Left” indeed) but they continue to trudge on with unrelenting power, orchestrating live madness wherever they roll through. Chewing Gum For The Ears is the most perfect illustration of the bands raw power to date. From the opening chords of “Warboy”, it is clear that The Flex formula remains unchanged: the vitriol of Boston 82, the lumber and swagger of mid to late 80’s NYHC, the monotone thud of UK82 and the blistering urgency of 90’s Japanese d-beat. A perfectly seamless blend of their influences, the highlights on this LP are too prevalent to list, with CGFTE earning the rare accolade of a no-skips-certified-banger. “Inferno” might hold the greatest up-tempo mosh part since Antidote’s “Foreign Job Lot”, sans the crummy political baggage. Beechwood Terrace starts off sounding like Oi! on steroids before degenerating into an Impact Unit style frenzy, and the title track “Chewing Gum for the Ears” (aka “The Herd” of 2022), begins with an Outburst style intro and develops into an anthem that ensures this LP finishes in the most appropriate of fashions. However, it is the growth on display which is most astounding; a track like “Stranger” sees the band sounding like a British Death Side, while the drum-and-bass call and response, during the song’s closing mosh part, reveals a level of musicality few bands can match. These nuances add a level of intensity and urgency which propels Chewing Gum For The Ears above their previous output, making this their most concise and crucial release to date. Sonically, James Atkinson of Voorhees and Gentlemen’s Pistols fame, has captured the band’s sound perfectly; all trebly buzzsaw guitars, guttural vocals, and a perfectly tight rhythm section, whilst Tin Savage’s ever excellent art ensures a level of visual consistency that few bands are able to maintain. I finish on these two points for an important reason, The Flex have understood the assignment; produce an LP that looks and sounds like everyone’s favourite UKHC band, whilst pushing themselves to the limits of their impressive technical range and sophisticated palate. LS4 still kicking in your door. (Nick Sarnella) Label: Static Shock Records
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    Formed and recorded over 'that period', you would probably think that THE HAZMATS, a new project with members of CHUBBY & THE GANG, GAME and BIG CHEESE among others would probably be giving you more of the same. However they've clearly been reaching for their Teenage Fanclub LP's, C-86 comp and The Clouds 7"s and have done what few have achieved, successfully applying their songwriting skills and coming up with a record that is neither a genre exercise, nor destined for the seemingly never ending indie landfill. This first 7" brings you two pop gems that will have you turning the record over and over, just like it should be, and thankfully just a sign of things to come. Limited to 300 copies on white vinyl in pocket sleeve with lyric sheet. (Static Shock Records)
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    The five heroes finally follow up the Steel Box 45 (Goner) with Cash 'Em In. A disgustingly catchy yet charming ode to the lost art of picking up one lucky person and, well, chucking them over a bar. Might as well, right? Sonically, this is still hitting that sweet spot between early UK punk and glam rock n roll, and once you've flipped both sides you'll be getting ready to cash someone in yourself (and don't worry, Cal from The Chisel pops up to provide full instructions). (Static Shock Records)
  • KYLESA | ultraviolet | LP

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    KYLESA have returned as challenging and daring as ever on their 6th full length, 'Ultraviolet!' Moving well beyond their trademark riffs, 'Ultraviolet' sees core founding members, Laura Pleasants and Phillip Cope, expanding and evolving. The dualism of Pleasants' versatile singing and Cope's shouted vocals melds perfectly with the constant change in sound. Shifting effortlessly from heavy hard rock riffs to punk-infused beats to even barren cold wave concoctions, 'Ultraviolet' sees KYLESA progressing in ways never thought possible and is undoubtedly one of the best records of 2013! The Savannah, Georgia-based Kylesa are, fundamentally, a metal group, but they are otherwise difficult to categorize: elements of hardcore punk, psychedelic stoner rock, technical speed metal, and good old-fashioned Black Sabbath sludge appear in their music. Also, with a front line consisting of three very different singers instead of a single focal point, Kylesa have a musical variety lacking from many of their more monochromatic peers. Kylesa formed in Savannah in 2001, taking their unusual name from "kilesa mara," what Buddhist teachings term demons of defilement and delusion. Guitarist and singer Phillip Cope and bassist Brian Duke were former members of the Savannah grindcore act Damad, which had released two albums in the '90s; the original lineup was completed with the addition of guitarist and singer Laura Pleasants and drummer Brandon Baltzley. After the release of a single and a split EP with Memento Mori, sessions for Kylesa's debut album were tragically cut short when Duke died during an epileptic seizure. Replacing Duke with bassist and singer Corey Barhorst, the band completed its self-titled debut, released in late 2002. More singles and a placeholder EP, 2004's No Ending 110 Degree Heat Index, followed before Kylesa signed with the indie metal label Prosthetic Records and released their second proper album, To Walk a Middle Course, in 2005. Following the release of that album, Baltzley left the group, replaced by a pair of drummers, Jeff Porter and Carl McGinley. Kylesa's third album, Time Will Fuse Its Worth, was released on Halloween 2006, followed by Static Tensions in 2009. The following year, Kylesa dove even deeper into the psychedelic waters they'd been exploring with Spiral Shadow, which arrived on Season of Mist. The trend continued on their more melodic and expansive sixth album, 2013's Ultraviolet. But Cope and Pleasants never stopped writing. They stockpiled riffs, melodies, and production ideas before embarking on a grueling bout of touring that would last into 2014. When the pair reentered the studio, it was with new drummer Carl McGinley. They delved into their stash for source material. In July of 2015, they announced the imminent release of the album The Exhausting Fire with first single "Lost and Confused." Recorded at the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina and produced by Cope, the set compiled and compounded virtually every sound that Kylesa had explored on earlier records as well as some new ones. The Exhausting Fire was issued on October 2. - Stewart Mason, Rovi (Heavy Psych Sounds Records)
  • Exhausting Fire is the seventh full-length studio album by American sludge metal band Kylesa. Heavy rock luminaries KYLESA tap into the infinite with their epic new album 'Exhausting Fire'. 'Exhausting Fire' sees the acclaimed band weave a lush tapestry of their storied sound that exudes confidence, conviction and class. The colossal riffs, dreamy and hypnotic song-craft, and distinct call-and response vocals crush and caress in equal measure. 'Exhausting Fire' is as expressive and expansive as emotion itself and the definition of strength and elegance. This is KYLESA at their best. The Savannah, Georgia-based Kylesa are, fundamentally, a metal group, but they are otherwise difficult to categorize: elements of hardcore punk, psychedelic stoner rock, technical speed metal, and good old-fashioned Black Sabbath sludge appear in their music. Also, with a front line consisting of three very different singers instead of a single focal point, Kylesa have a musical variety lacking from many of their more monochromatic peers. Kylesa formed in Savannah in 2001, taking their unusual name from "kilesa mara," what Buddhist teachings term demons of defilement and delusion. Guitarist and singer Phillip Cope and bassist Brian Duke were former members of the Savannah grindcore act Damad, which had released two albums in the '90s; the original lineup was completed with the addition of guitarist and singer Laura Pleasants and drummer Brandon Baltzley. After the release of a single and a split EP with Memento Mori, sessions for Kylesa's debut album were tragically cut short when Duke died during an epileptic seizure. Replacing Duke with bassist and singer Corey Barhorst, the band completed its self-titled debut, released in late 2002. More singles and a placeholder EP, 2004's No Ending 110 Degree Heat Index, followed before Kylesa signed with the indie metal label Prosthetic Records and released their second proper album, To Walk a Middle Course, in 2005. Following the release of that album, Baltzley left the group, replaced by a pair of drummers, Jeff Porter and Carl McGinley. Kylesa's third album, Time Will Fuse Its Worth, was released on Halloween 2006, followed by Static Tensions in 2009. The following year, Kylesa dove even deeper into the psychedelic waters they'd been exploring with Spiral Shadow, which arrived on Season of Mist. The trend continued on their more melodic and expansive sixth album, 2013's Ultraviolet. But Cope and Pleasants never stopped writing. They stockpiled riffs, melodies, and production ideas before embarking on a grueling bout of touring that would last into 2014. When the pair reentered the studio, it was with new drummer Carl McGinley. They delved into their stash for source material. In July of 2015, they announced the imminent release of the album The Exhausting Fire with first single "Lost and Confused." Recorded at the Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina and produced by Cope, the set compiled and compounded virtually every sound that Kylesa had explored on earlier records as well as some new ones. The Exhausting Fire was issued on October 2. - Stewart Mason, Rovi (Heavy Psych Sounds Records)
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    It's hard to believe that it's been close to fifteen years since Dirtnap first released a Marked Men record. Since then, the label has done close to twenty releases by their various bands, (Marked Men, Radioactivity, High Tension Wires, Potential Johns, Mind Spiders). If you count the releases Mark Ryan and/or Jeff Burke had a hand in recording, that number goes even higher. It's a relationship that continues to this day, if there is/has been a "flagship band" for Dirtnap, Marked Men and their various offshoots are it. The band hasn't released any new material since 2009 (the last album came out in 2008.), and they probably won’t, so this singles comp is as close to a new album as it’s going to get. Marked Men still plays a handful of shows every year, but has no plans to release any further new material. Their affinity for fast, choppy power chords and manic energy is well-collected here: “Like Robots” carries a propulsive floor tom x guitar line a la Buddy Holly with some harmonizing oooh’s. “That Kid” is all snotty “gonna beat you up” energy, fueled by bubbling instrumentation. “Go Cry” ramps this notion up yet even more. Lead track, “She Won’t Know” has all the 70s feels - leather jackets and motorbikes fueled by TaB and orange Crush. The ballad-like “The Other Side” flirts with deeper feelings with a slowed-down sincerity, while "Whip Myself” leads off with a ringing guitar-lead-in and gives way to an ultimately melodic vs melancholy punk breakup song. The band stretches its legs throughout this solid closing credits collection and shows why it’s one of the leaders of a sound that has never gone (or will go) out of style. This LP collects all non-LP tracks released by the Marked Men, originally released in the period between 2003 and 2010 on labels such as Dirtnap, Swami, No Idea, Shit Sandwich, and Mortville, plus 2 never-before-heard unreleased tracks for deep in the vault. (Dirtnap Records)
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    Remixed and remastered, this includes all of the tracks that were recorded for their debut with Decca, only uncut with all the count-ins and banter in between. Previously released on CD by Captain Oi! as Rarities, this record is like a snapshot of being in the studio with COCK SPARRER during the very early days. As would be expected with such an amazing band, many of these songs have held strong through decades of new music and continue to reign as many of the “hits” they still perform today. (Pirate Press Records)
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    New 40th Anniversary Edition! This is it! The godfather of hardcore from DOA, Canada’s legendary punk pioneers. This is the album that popularized and pushed the term “hardcore” into the common vernacular. For Hardcore ’81’s 40th anniversary, a restored band’s blistering second album to its original state. It comes with an extensive 12-page booklet that features lots of photos and old school flyers. See that great line up of Joey Shithead, Chuck Biscuits, Randy Rampage, and Dave Gregg in action…indeed the Men of Action. Tracks like “D.O.A.,” “Slumlord” and “Unknown” lash out at the listener, as well the incredible “Fucked Up Baby” and “Smash The State” just spear one right in the gut. This album has influenced three generations of fans and artists like Rancid, Henry Rollins, Jello Biafra, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Green Day, NOFX and Sonic Youth. All versions feature three bonus tracks: “Disco Sucks” (1978 7-inch EP version), “The Prisoner” (1978 7-inch single version) and “Fucked Up Ronnie” (1981 7-inch EP version). Tracklist A1 D.O.A. A2 Unknown A3 Slumlord A4 Musical Interlude A5 I Don't Give A Shit A6 M.C.T.F.D A7 Communication Breakdown B1 001 Loser's Club B2 Fucked Up Baby B3 The Kenny Blister Song B4 Smash The State B5 My Old Man's A Bum B6 Bloodsucker Baby B7 Waiting For You B8 Disco Sucks (1978 7-inch Ep Version) B9 The Prisoner (1978 7-inch Single Version) B10 Fucked Up Ronnie (1981 7-inch Ep Version) (Pasazer Records)
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    Originally released by Meantime Records in 1989, “Cherry Knowle” has been long out of print. “Cherry Knowle” is Leatherface's first full length and is considered to be a hardcore classic. While their sound would coalesce into majestic post punk thunder two albums later on Mush, this album offers a preview of their later sound on a few cuts, particularly on "Colorado Joe/Leningrad Vlad" and "Discipline". There's also the added attraction of Frankie Stubbs' soulful rasp degenerating into an undecipherable growl on "Heaven" (a cover of "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"), something he would later do to great effect on The Last's "Patrick Kills Me" and a couple of other songs. Leatherface is one of the most influential punk rock bands of the 90’s combining complex melody, riffs and poetic lyricism, some consider them to be one of the greatest bands to ever do it. Leatherface’s first classic album “Cherry Knowle” has been remastered for a beautiful reissue. (Little Rocket Records)
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    LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK… HARDCORE!! Blazing Hardcore Punk from Centerport, NY smashing the quiet of suburbia with an all out assault! Side one features the full scale thrash attack of their original “ID” demotape (1983), a true unsung classic of early 80’s NY HC, quoting the legendary FLEX! North America book: “An unreleased Hardcore treasure – fast, powerful and super angry, in the vein of the Boston/XClaim/Midwest bands“. On the flipside the darker yet intense & catchy “Pilgrim state” 12″ (1985) – again from FLEX! : “Fast, powerful and slightly metallic Hardcore with some interesting harmonies and rhythms; the slower songs show some psychotic Black Flag influences. Original and intelligent music, one of those Hardcore records that fell through the cracks back then and have aged very well“. Including 16 page booklet complete with photos, flyers, lyrics and artwork from the original releases, as well as unreleased material! Solid black vinyl limited to 250 copies. (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • This LP includes five The Damned's 7's on one LP! Includes double-sided insert. A1 - A3 "I Just Can't Be Happy Today" 7'' (1980) A4 - A6 "The History Of The World - Part I" (1980) A6 - B1 "Wait For The Blackout" (1980) B2 - B4 "White Rabbit" (1980) B5 - B7 "There Ain't No Sanity Clause" (1980) (Zero Thoughts Records/Unofficial Release)
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    At long last finally available on vinyl. The full discography of this classic furious, raging and angry hardcore punk act from Scotland, UK - Included are the First Demo as "Chaotic Subversion" (1989), "Dealing with clichés" EP (1989), Split EP w/ DISAFFECT (1992), Split LP w/ PINK TURDS IN SPACE (1990) and the "Earth Beat" LP 1992. Remastered by Daniel Husayn. Released by the Bands own @screaming_babies_records . This Discography double LP comes in a 12" kraft card pocket containing a 7" booklet of lyrics and artwork. Unfortunately, thanks to brex(sh)it, import charges and being a total DIY release... This package came out not as cheap as I wished but it's worth every cent... (Screaming Babies Records)
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    Greatest Hits is a 2005 compilation album by the American punk rock band The Offspring, compiling hit singles from five of their seven studio albums along with the previously unreleased songs "Can't Repeat'. Available for the first time on vinyl. Exclusive RSD 2022 edition. (Universal Music Enterprise/Round Hill Records/2022‎)
  • * A unique compilation of Electronic, Minimal, Synth, Wave and Avantgarde music from ex-Yugoslavia * Two double LPs with over 150 minutes and 47 songs from 1964-1989 - This here is PART 1 now, the second part will be released in 2023 * Earlier released on CD in 2014 by Croatia Records, ex Jugoton * Restored from the original master tapes by the veteran archive diggers Višeslav Laboš and Zeljko Luketić The galloping technical progress in the second half of the last century dominated all spheres of daily life, art and culture. In the music industry machines took over the role of classical instruments and did not stop at RnR, punk nor industrial music. No one could resist the challenge, but also the prevailing trends in the 80s. The music industry was influenced by the electronic virus globally, not sparing even the remotest corners of the planet, producing bands like Depeche Mode, New Order, Soft Cell or lesser known ones like Liquid Liquid, Section 25, The Wake as well as the pioneers of the electronic music Silver Apples, Pierre Henry,etc . What was going on in the music industry of former Yugoslavia and at Jugoton, the biggest YU music label at that time? The all over answer is given by a new release of Everland Music: Electronic Jugoton - Synthetic music from Yugoslavia 1964. - 1989. Vol. 1 Electronic Jugoton is the first part of two double albums, where the second part will even go back to pre-electronic music from 1964. Both double albums were initially released by Croatia Records (ex-Jugoton) in 2014 on a 2CD set with no less than two and a half hours of material (47 songs, 35 performers), showing the contemporary trend of Jugoton at that time towards avant-garde and provocative directions in electronic music. This untimely compilation is released for the first time on vinyl now on two double LPs, housed in gatefold sleeves by Everland Music, where part 2 will be released in 2023. The brave and insightful creators of the compilation Electronic Jugoton, veteran crate diggers Višeslav Laboš and Zeljko Luketić, have excelled at reconstructing the musical past of electronic music in Yugoslavia from 1964 – 1989. Jugoton's extensive research included the most exciting and progressive moments of pop and disco music, early rap, electronic responses of new wave, RnR, post punk and industrial bands to the current trend of the 80s, but also pioneers of avant-garde electronic music. Electronic Jugoton part 1 is officially opened by the band Laboratorija with the song Devica 69, which opens a window to a completely new and experimental world in former Yugoslavia.Laboš and Luketić have boldly chosen the material without reservations, suggesting that for the first time in one place we have a section of forgotten, unique underground bands like Beograd, Data, Brazil, The Master Scratch band, DU DU A and beyond. Besides the excellent underground bands, we find popular performers of the time performing less well-known songs: Denis & Denis, Oliver Mandić, Slađana & Neutral Design. Electronic Jugoton part 2 is partly dedicated to unique electronic music in the performance of important Yugoslav punk, new wave, RnR and industrial bands: Zana, Pekinška patka, Električni orgazam and Borghesia, while the second part of the material is focused on avant-garde early electronic music in Yugoslavia, where the works of composers Igor Savin, Branimir Sakac, Igor Kuljerić and Miroslav Miletić were presented. Luketić and Laboš rescued the obscure electronic tune Elektra by Zdenka Kovačiček, who was at that time Jugoslovska Soul and funk diva. The uniqueness and quality of this compilation are also audio stories for children, which were extremely fertile ground for an experimentation with electronic sounds, as they should be highly imaginative to attract the attention of the childrens. Electronic Jugoton is also the first compilation in which the listener will find fragments of interviews with actors from the time gave for Jugoton Express. This was a series of promo vinyls printed in extremely small quantities in the 80's and intended to be exclusively for radio stations. An average of 30 minutes of promotion material and interviews with musicians were available for the first time through this compilation. The value of this compilation is time and priceless. The only question is whether you will be fast enough to catch your copy of the limited double vinyl editions! A1. Laboratorija - Jugoton Express A2. Laboratorija-Devica 69 A3. D'Boys - Žaba A4. Beograd - Sanjaš Li U Boji A5. Data - Neka Ti Se Dese Prave Stvari A6. Brazil - Gdje Nema Te B1. Denis & Denis - Jugoton Express B2. Denis & Denis - Ti I Ja B3. Du Du A-Romance B4. The Master Scratch Band - Pocket B5. U Škripcu - Noć Ča, Ča, Ča B6. Parlament - Kad Je Kraj Blizu C1. Dorian Gray - Jugoton Express C2. Dorian Gray - Tonemo U Mrak C3. H. C. Andersen - Palčica C4. Slađana & Neutral Design - Neko Je Tu (Sa Mnom U Sobi) C5. Amila - Vodi Me Iz Ovog Grada C6. Tužne Uši - Ti Me Uči C7. Zana - On D1. Oliver Mandić - Jugoton Express D2. Oliver Mandić - Dođe Mi Da Vrisnem Tvoje Ime D3. H. C. Andersen - Snježna Kraljica D4. Dubravka - Harakiri D5. Milka Lenac - Ponoćni Express D6. Nicky - Radio Video D7. Mladen Kušec - Tonkica Palonkica Frrrrrrr Label: Everland Music Barcode: 710473185134
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    A limited vinyl pressing of Demo version of Licensed To Ill. (21 Bridges Records/Fan Club)
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    The full soundtrack to the classic skate video from an era when the music choices were as formative as the style. Featuring tracks from The Stooges, Gray Matter, Placebo, The Faction, The Prodigy and hosted by the one and only Johnny Rotten, this soundtrack is a must have for any fan of late 90s / early 00s skate culture. Pressed on Yellow / Black splattered vinyl, comes with a 12” x 12” sticker sheet with 6 designs. Limited pressing of 500! Side A: Johnny Rotten - Master of Ceremonies & Introduction The Stooges (Flip Team) - Be Your Dog Placebo (Mark Appleyard) - Every You, Every Me Gray Matter (Ali Boulala) - Burn No Bridges The Faction (Alex Chalmers) - Let’s Go Get Cokes Mr. Dibbs (Bastien Salabanzi) - Turntable Scientifics Gray Matter (Geoff Rowley) - I Am The Walrus Side B: The Prodigy (Rune Glifberg) - Breathe Edith Piaf (Tom Penny) - La Vie En Rose Velvet Underground (Tom Penny) - Venus In Furs David Bowie (Arto Saari) - 1984 David Bowie (Arto Saari) - Rock And Roll Suicide Connie Francis (Sorry!) - Who’s Sorry Now? (Unofficial Release)
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    Recorded live at Playhouse Theatre, London, England on June 27th, 1969. Tracklist: A1 Alan Black Intro A2 Communication Breakdown A3 I Can't Quit You Baby A4 Dazed And Confused B1 You Shook Me B2 How Many More Times (Magic Dice Records)
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    The Shape Of Punk To Come "blurs the lines that separate punk, metal and hardcore, while peppering this brutal fusion with bits of techno percussion, jazzy rhythmic change-ups and long, complex song structures that support politically-charged messages," (CMJ, 1998). Refused's most critically acclaimed and final album exploded on the scene with the jaw- dropping hardcore anthem "New Noise," which Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello once described as "one of the great rock jams of all time" (Filter, 2006), and helped change the game forever influencing a range of genres still to this day. Gatefold. Label:Epi taph – 6981-1 Barcode: 8714092698114
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    Following the Grammy nominated album Angel Dust, Faith No More returned in 1995 with KING FOR A DAY...FOOL FOR A LIFETIME. Recorded at Bearsville Studios near Woodstock, New York, it was the first without longtime guitarist Jim Martin, whose departure had an influence on the direction of the album. In the new liner notes, keyboardist Roddy Bottum writes: As a result, we wrote and recorded some of our most radical, out there songs, like Cuckoo For Caca and Ugly In The Morning, some of our mellowest like Take This Bottle, Caralho Voador and then some or our most high-drama, like Just A Man. Among the eight bonus tracks are the b-sides Spanish Eyes and Absolute Zero, as well as the band s cover of the Bee Gee's I Started A Joke, which was originally released as a b-side in 1995, and then as a single in 1998. 180 gram black vinyl housed in a gatefold jacket with black paper & plastic polylined inner sleeves. (Slash/Rhino Records/2019)
  • All the Oh Sees singles and B sides (through 2011) in one place! Includes Tidal Wave (featured on TV's gnarly Breaking Bad. (Castle Face Records)
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    The 1988 crustcore classic debut from Deviated Instinct. Norwich?s primo kings of stench-headed mayhem, 36 years after its original release, DEVIATED INSTINCT “Terminal Filth Stench-Core” Demo Tape, Agipunk in partnership with Terminal Filth Records (run by Deviated Instinct bass player Snapa), are finally making this classic available on vinyl in its entirety for the first time. 10 tracks heavily influenced by an Antisect and Amebix obsession, plus the fledgling thrash and death metal scenes filtering into their anarcho punk background were recorded in one frantic day. A darker, more metallic sound was developing, yet undeniably still staying true to their punk roots. The birth of what we started calling STENCH CORE at the beginning of the new millennium. With new artwork from Mid and remastered by Bri Doom. (Peaceville Records)
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