• Color Vinyl
    COLOUR VINYL REISSUE LIMITED 500 A pure blast of Beastie's hip hop mania, featuring tracks from 1984-1992, the golden era of hip-hop and The Beastie Boys greatest period. This is an amazing collection of rare Beasties tracks including TV appearances on MTV, Letterman, and The Arsenio Hall Show, and features classic tracks like “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)", “Brass Monkey”, and more, all the way up to Check Your Head-era cuts. The set even includes the infamous all-hardcore punk 'Scott & Gary show' appearance from 1984, with their early line up including Luscious Jackson's drummer. A must have for any fan of New York City hip hop and the Beastie Boys. TRACKLIST A1 White Shadow A2 Untitled A3 Egg Raid On Mojo A4 Rock Hard A5 Posse In Effect A6 Brass Monkey A7 (Your Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) A8 Time To Get Ill A9 (Your Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) B10 No Sleep Till Brooklyn/Rhymin' & Stealin' B11 (Your Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) B12 Shadrach B13 Live At PJ's B14 So What'cha Want Featuring – B-Real, Hurricane B15 Slow And Low B16 So What'cha Want B17 Time To Get Ill (TV Party Records)
  • BIG BLACK | bulldozer | LP

    18.00 incl. tax
    Originally released in 1983 in limited edition galvanized metal album jackets on Fever Records and re-released on Touch And Go Records in 1992. Recently remastered by Steve Albini and Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering. Includes coupon for an MP3 download of the album and a 24" x 36" poster insert. (Touch And Go Records)
  • BIG BLACK | racer x | LP

    17.00 incl. tax
    Originally released in 1983 on Homestead Records and re-released on Touch And Go Records in 1992. Recently remastered by Steve Albini and Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering. Includes coupon for an MP3 download of the album. Big Black was started by Steve Albini in 1982 while he was attending Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Lungs, the first Big Black release was recorded by Steve on a borrowed 4-track. He played everything on the EP himself - except the sax bleating courtesy of pal John Bohnen and the drums courtesy of Roland. Soon after, Steve recruited Jeff Pezzati (Naked Raygun) on bass, and Santiago Durango (also Naked Raygun) joined them on guitar. In 1983, together with live drummer Pat Byrne, they recorded the Bulldozer EP. By 1984, the band had done some touring and recorded the Racer X EP and the start of the Il Duce 7”. After that, Jeff returned to Naked Raygun and was replaced by Dave Riley. In 1985, Big Black recorded their first full-length, Atomizer, as well as finishing the Il Duce 7”. Atomizer was released in 1986 along with the release of the Hammer Party compilation CD. In 1987, the Headache EP and Heartbeat 7” were released. That same year, the band recorded and released the 7” of The Model/He’s A Whore as well as their second full-length album, Songs About Fucking. They toured extensively (for Big Black). And they broke up. (Touch And Go Records)
  • The only recordings with Chuck Biscuits on drums. Tracks A1 and A2 were never officially released, other tracks are unreleased versions. Great quality boot. (Fan Club/Unofficial)
  • BLACK FLAG | my war | LP

    16.00 incl. tax
    With My War, the true Henry Rollins era of Black Flag begins. He was brought in to sing Greg Ginn’s songs for Damaged and with My War became a fully integrated member of the band, nudging the band towards slower tempos that emphasized their atonal freakouts. This slide towards MC5, free-jazz bust-outs put them at odds with punk rock’s insistence on short, fast rules. But it made the group a distinctive entity at a time when most hardcore punk bands were passing in a blur. Only the title track ever gained true notoriety, but tracks such as “Can’t Decide,” “Three Nights” and the eternal trudge of “Scream” make the case for Greg Ginn as one of the era’s most important guitar players. His solos are off the wall, while his riffage brings back the ghosts of early Black Sabbath at a time when Sabbath was fading from view. Rollins’ throaty, guttural vocal stabs recast the band as a formidable live outfit whose concerts were true endurance tests for all involved. (EU-SST Records/Unofficial Release)
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    Chapter 2 of the "Italian trilogy 1973" series. Double LP on 180 gram red vinyl. BLACK SABBATH played a string of gigs in Italy in 1973 during their "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" world tour. This is their complete set live in Brescia (Feb. 21, 1973) that shows the band in top shape at one of their most legendary times. Songs like "Sweet Leaf", "Snowblind", "Warpigs", "Children of the grave", "Paranoid", "Killing yourself to live" and more are all included in this wonderful parade of classics. LP 1 is all taken from a rare tape circulated among fans after the show, LP 2 comes from a totally unreleased source from a private collection, recorded from a different point. A total must if you're collecting all the Sabbath records. (Unofficial Release)
  • So, You Are A Magician is the latest offering from Philadelphia's Blacklisted. Representing the first new recordings from the band in over 2 years, the three songs on this ep vary in style and influence from early Bad Brains to Exploited to Nirvana to Life Of Agony. Containing a more stripped down sound and less instrumentation than their last lp (NODTBHMTM), S,YAAM? is sure to please any current Blacklisted fan amd probably win some new ones. Track Listing: 01. Mentalist 02. Copper Fields 03. Houdini Blues (Six Feet Under Records)
  • Booze & Glory have been keeping everyone wide awake for the last decade, flying the flag for authentic working class rock'n'roll and the power of a rabble-rousing tune. The band's long-awaited fifth album 'Hurricane' is released via the boys' own Scarlet Teddy Records. Recorded in Sweden at Soundlab Studios, the album was produced by Millencolin guitarist Mathias Farm. (Scarlet Teddy Records)
  • Limited Black & White 'Quad' (ie. quartered) vinyl reissue of the classic debut studio album by Broken Bones, the ex-Discharge speed-metal punk band, who influenced Metallica and an army of other hard-core punk bands.
    Broken Bones were formed in 1983 by the Discharge twin brothers of Bones (guitar) and Tezz (bass) and were joined by Baz (drums) and Nobby (vocals). From the 'Potteries' area, Stoke-On-Trent, they first produced two singles, Decapitated and Crucifix, followed by this album 'Dem Bones' – all fast and furious anthems and UK indie chart Top 10 entries.
    The album, originally released in 1984, was produced by Clay Records' Mike Stone who had also produced Discharge. Along the way, band membership developed, but always featuring the distinctive guitar of Bones. Tezz later went to the USA, where he played with UK Subs, Ministry, and many others. Both brothers are currently in a reformed Discharge. (Fall Out Records)
  • Founder member and legendary guitarist Bones as always maintained there "Trader in Death" album was BROKEN BONES best album to date, until now...... They are one of only a handful of bands that sound more ferocious today than they did on their early classic release's, which all went on to influence generations. To this day BROKEN BONES are hailed as one of the best and important hardcore/punk bands in the last 25 years. From the first to the last song the whole album grips you like a vice and doesn't let go until the last track has ended. A pulse pounding thriller with plenty of political kick, "Fuck you and all you stand for" is a gripping hardcore driven ride with pounding drums, driving bass, searing guitars with the unmistakable classic BROKEN BONES solos, topped off with venomous spitting vocals which cover lyrically, all types of political and social extremities. (Xtreem Music Records)
  • BURIAL | renegade | LP

    14.00 incl. tax
    Minimal artwork bearing maximum power. BURIAL's best recordings to date developing their very own brand of mayhemic brutality. These new tracks are a top notch mix of d-beat and Japanese burning spririt hardcore done superbly well. You'll get catchy guitar riffs grounded in solid rhythms with intense gravel throated vocals. Matte finish jacket with uv-spot glossed and silver artwork. (Hardware Records)
  • Daily Records Vintage Series is back again, this time with the reissue of the second studio LP by The Business!. "Saturdays Heroes" is one of the finest streetpunk albums ever, originally released in 1985 sounds as fresh and honest as the day it was released!. Specially for this edition background color has been changed to red and also an inner with the lyrics has been included.In this inner we can find previously unseen photos of the band from the same session that was used for the album´s artwork. Limited to 500 copies. (Daily Records)
  • Boredom (AT) and Rivers run dry (HU) share this LP plastic piece. Boredom plays emotive hardcore/crust/punk in the vein of Sand creek massacre (check out the Boredom/SCM split out on HFR!), Rivers run dry does screamo in the vein of Downfall of Gaia. (Itai Itai Records, Dzsukhell Rekords, Halvfabrikat Records, Caramba, Panda Banda, Dream Comes True)
  • Câmbio Negro, is a seminal Hardcore Punk band from Recife - Brasil, formed in 1983 they were one of the first bands playing that kind of music on the North East of the country and the first on that region to release an album. "Ecos do 3° Mundo" was previously released as a demo tape in 1989, and is considered by many their best stuff, brutal, raw, energetic Hardcore. PunkVortex records has unearthed the original recording, restored, remastered and released it on vinyl. The original artwork has been also revamped! Taking into consideration that the songs were stored on cassete tape for decades and obviously lost a bit of quality, thefinal result is great! I am very proud of rescuing this piece of Brazilian Hardcore Punk and making it available to all. (Punk Vortex Records)
  • Channel 3, aka CH3, was formed in 1980 in suburban Cerritos, about 20 miles southeast of Los Angeles, with frontman Mike Magrann, guitarist Kimm Gardener, bassist Larry Kelly and drummer Mike Burton. Signing to Posh Boy in 1981, their eponymous EP had the hit ‘Manzanar,’ which was championed by John Peel on the BBC. Posh Boy founder Robbie Fields was in the producer’s chair for their excellent debut, Fear of Life, a blistering punk assault on American values. Free from the heavy metal leanings of their later work, this no-holds-barred debut is a must for all fans of So-Cal hardcore. LIMITED TO 500 COPIES VINYL REISSUE WITH FULLY REMASTERED SOUND COURTESY OF GEZA X, REPRODUCTION OF THE ORIGINAL INSERT AND ONE BONUS TRACK! Tracklist Out Of Control Accident You Make Me Feel Cheap Catholic Boy Wet Spots Fear Of Life Life Goes On Manzanar Strength In Numbers Double Standard Boys You Lie I Wanna Know Why (Radiation Records Records)
  • Channel 3, aka CH3, was formed in 1980 in suburban Cerritos, about 20 miles southeast of Los Angeles, with frontman Mike Magrann, guitarist Kimm Gardener, bassist Larry Kelly and drummer Mike Burton. Signing to Posh Boy in 1981, their eponymous EP had the hit ‘Manzanar,’ which was championed by John Peel on the BBC. Posh Boy founder Robbie Fields was in the producer’s chair for their excellent debut, Fear of Life, a blistering punk assault on American values. Free from the heavy metal leanings of their later work, this no-holds-barred debut is a must for all fans of So-Cal hardcore. LIMITED TO 150 COPIES PINK VINYL REISSUE WITH FULLY REMASTERED SOUND COURTESY OF GEZA X, REPRODUCTION OF THE ORIGINAL INSERT AND ONE BONUS TRACK! Tracklist Out Of Control Accident You Make Me Feel Cheap Catholic Boy Wet Spots Fear Of Life Life Goes On Manzanar Strength In Numbers Double Standard Boys You Lie I Wanna Know Why (Radiation Records Records)
  • Originally released on the small "Children Of The Revolution" label back in 1984, Short Sharp Shock is Chaos UK's own masterpiece, and their first 12" recorded with the classic Mower/Chuck/Gabba/Chaos line up. Up there along with Discharge's Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing and Disorder's 1984 Under the Scalpel Blade, straight out of the holy trinity of British 80's punk: angry, pissed and out of tune like it always should have sounded. (Radiation Records)
  • On vinyl, here's a reissue of the third full-length by British punk pioneers Chelsea. Originally issued in 1982, the album contains powerful yet melodic songs with politically charged lyrics. Limited edition - 1000 copies - released for Record Store Day 2016. Tracklist A1 Evacuate 3:46 A2 How Do You Know 3:27 A3 Cover Up 3:06 A4 Looks Right 3:16 A5 Tribal Song 5:33 B1 War Across The Nation 3:11 B2 40 People 2:59 B3 Running Free 2:54 B4 Last Drink 2:50 B5 Only Thinking 4:54 C1 Rockin' Horse 4:02 C2 Years Away 3:24 C3 Freemans 3:13 C4 I.D. Parade 3:05 D1 How Do You Know (Single Version) 3:13 D2 New Era 3:50 D3 War Across The Nation (Single Version) 3:03 D4 Stand Out 3:31 (Let Them Eat Vinyl Records)
  • Limited repress on Restless Empire. Gold vinyl. Only Theatre of Pain is the debut studio album by American rock band Christian Death, released in March 24, 1982 by record label Frontier. The album was produced by Christian Death and Thom Wilson. It is considered by most critics to be the harbinger of deathrock. (Frontier Records)  
  • The first vinyl pressing ever of the classic 1994 album by death rock cult Christian Death featuring the late Rozz Williams and Eva (Cleopatra Records)
  • Don’t be ashamed of your “record collection” you can now upgrade your possessions of early austrian punk rock with the purchase of this essential album. We did not spare any expense or effort to present you this groundbreaking masterpiece, the first recordings of the first punk band from Vienna, Austria: CHUZPE. This aint no shabby thing here, no bootleg pressing of practice room tapes that spent decades under someones filthy mattress. No wrong liner notes, no thin paper sleeve… sorry. This is just what this band deserves. Eric Brady took the audio and did some wizardry, Robert Wolf himself took care of all artwork, Al Bird Dirt – impresario extraordinaire – was responsible for the liner notes, and all of this is now housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve. This is a limited edition of 500 copies. (Bachelor Records)
  • The Hipshakes wanna marry them, Goner Records wants to kiss them all day long, everybody loves them and we finally had the guts to ask them for a date! An LP filled , as the title may suggest, with their sold out 7″ers, unreleased and even some live stuff. Some killer ingrediences and we have been promised a sonically challenged release of the good kind!! (Red Lounge Records)
  • In 2009, Coliseum released their "True Quiet / Last Wave" 7"EP on Deathwish. Featuring artwork by friend John Dyer Baizley (Baroness, Kylesa, Cursed), "True Quiet / Last Wave" gave us the first taste of Coliseum's evolution since 2007's "No Salvation" album. The hook laden A Side "True Quiet" takes hold with its all too familiar story of self imposed isolation, told to a D.C. influenced metallic jangle. While the percussively driven B Side "Last Wave" serves as a hair raising commentary on the ethical & economical darkness of our present day. Track Listing: 01. True Quiet 02. Last Wave (Deathwish Records)
  • Belgian Waffles Records is proud to present you the official reissue of the first CONTINGENT 7inch! Originally self-released in 1980, this is now available again 40 years later for your listening pleasure!! Bob Seytor, the singer, is well know in the Brussels punk scene for playing in Chainsaw and Streets before forming Contingent with Guy « Molotoff » Delcroix on bass, Eric Lemaître on Guitar and Jo Fontainhas on drums. They deliver four explosive punk anthems with astonishing lyrics sung in french. This edition of 500 copies comes on black vinyl in reversed cardboard pocket sleeve with a 2 sided A4 insert. (Belgian Waffles Records)
  • Reissue of the original 1966 Double-Shot Records album! Classic! (Survival Research Records)