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    Following on from the reissue of the classic debut album Dance With Me in 2019, Beneath The Shadows is the second album by Long Beach punk band T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty). Originally released on Alternative Tentacles in 1983, the album hasn’t been available since 2001 when it was re-issued by The Offspring’s Nitro Records. This reissue version features a hot stamped gold foil cover.
    Beneath The Shadows saw the band move even further from their hardcore punk roots, and with the addition of Greg Kuehn on keyboards they continued their progression into gothic rock territory. Although the album was critically well received It was all too much for their hardcore punk fans at the time, and after an appearance playing live in Penelope Spheeris’ 1984 film Suburbia, founding members Jack Grisham and Todd Barnes left the band and for the classic line-up it was all over until they reunited 16 years later. Remastered by Cass Irvine (Bjork, Gary Numan, The Woodentops, Afrojack). Hot-stamped gold foil cover with printed inner lyric sleeve. (Dink Records)
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    Two classics records on one LP. Tracks on A side are from "T. S. O. L." 12" originally released by Posh Boy in 1981, four tracks on B side are from "Weathered Statues" EP released by Alternative Tentacles in 1982. (Fan Club/Unofficial)
  • TDeK | carnevision | LP

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    Punk/HC band from Pozuelo de Alarcón, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain, they formed in the mid 1980s. Official reissue of their 1986 album. (Munster Records)
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    The Teen Idles founded Dischord Records in 1980 with the release of the Minor Disturbance 8-song 7"(Dischord #1), so it seemed appropriate that Dischord celebrated its 100th release in 1996 with a second single from the band 16 years later. This record consists of songs taken from practice tapes and early demos recorded in late 1979 to mid-1980. The music on this record was released not because we feel the songs are particularly amazing or necessary, rather it's because we think they are funny and cool, and because they represent us as we were: a bunch of high school punk rockers. The Teen Idles certainly didn't intend to start a label, only to put out a record, but it was a decision that led to at least 30 years of new bands and releases and the documentation of a community here in Washington DC. (Dischord Records) https://teenidles.bandcamp.com/album/anniversary
  • TERRIBLE FEELINGS from Malmö, Sweden have existed since 2009. Like so many others before them, the band sprung out of late parties, drunken philosophical discussions, punk rock, power pop, and friendship. To date, the band has released four 7”s and one full length album. They’ve embarked on several full European tours and two US tours (one on each coast), and have played such far and wide locations as Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, to almost every squat in Germany. They’ve shared stages with bands such as The Raveonettes, Imperial State Electric, Fucked Up, Jeff the Brotherhood, White Lung, and The Babies; and were handpicked by none other than Refused as support in both Europe and Sweden on their final tour. Musically Terrible Feelings has been described as proto punk, dark power pop and gloomy surf, with a tint of both country and 70s hard rock. All descriptions are correct. It’s rock 'n' roll. (Sabotage Records)
  • 2008 release, the third album from the tireless and tour-hungry L.A. Hardcore band spearheaded by the endless enthusiasm of frontman Scott Vogel. Their melding of no-frills breakneck Hardcore and the fervor of new generation Metal bridges the gap between young and old, and it makes for one hell of a pit no matter what city or stage the band leaves in ruin. This vicious slab of brutality was produced by the renowned Zeuss (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall) and is sure to please the band's diehard fanbase, while garnering a new legion of young maniacal supporters. (Century Media)
  • THE ABUSED | T-shirt

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    Gildan heavy cotton t-shirt 100% cotton. All the water-based inks for screenprints have an eco-passport verification. Every stamp and logo is hand pulled silk screen print.
  • The first full length from the Kings of Splatter Thrash served with a totally remastered sound bringing it to the best possible quality. Originally released on LP in 1986, this classic has been out of print for over 10 years and will now be available including lyrics. This legendary release has influenced many bands around the world because of its fiercely original style, screaming mad thrashing splatter Hardcore at its best. When this album hit record players and tape decks in 1986 it was something way more aggressive than a lot of punk kids were used to and something way more raw and pissed off than a lot of metal kids were used to. That?s a beautiful thing and it?s influence can still be felt today. There?s a lot of crossover bands to choose from but if you were looking for a marriage of punk and metal that just honestly kicks your teeth in with every listen you can?t go wrong with this album. (Unrest Records)
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    For the first time on vinyl this great album by The Adicts!! Originally released in 1992 on CD format only, it features 18 superb pop-punk tracks in their inimitable style, including such band’s classics as “Fuck It Up” or “Angel”. Inner Bag with the lyrics included. Limited reissue of 500 copies. (Daily Records)
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    Smart Alex is the third studio album by punk band the Adicts. It was released in September 1985 by Razor Records. The Adicts were an influential and idiosyncratic British punk outfit formed in the late '70s in Ipswich, Suffolk by lead singer Monkey (Keith Warren), guitarist Pete Davidson, bassist Mel Ellis, and drummer Kid Dee (Michael Davison). Originally operating under the moniker Afterbirth & the Pinz, the quartet began performing as the Adicts in 1979, and quickly became known for their wry lyrics, ferocious yet upbeat sonic attack, and distinctive image -- the band affected the look of the black boots and bowler cap-adorned "droogs" from the film A Clockwork Orange, and peppered their live shows with streamers, confetti, playing cards, beach balls, joker hats, toy instruments, bubbles, and glitter. They released their debut EP, Lunch with the Adicts, in 1979 via the Dining Out label, and in 1981 they issued their inaugural full-length, Songs of Praise, independently on their own Dwed Wecords -- the LP was reissued the following year on Fallout Records, and included the single "Viva la Revolution," which would become one of the group's best-loved tracks. (Restless Empire Records)
  • THE ADICTS | T-shirt

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    Gildan heavy cotton t-shirt 100% cotton. All the water-based inks for screenprints have an eco-passport verification. Every stamp and logo is hand pulled silk screen print.
  • What we have here is not only a reissue of one of the greatest punk debuts of all time, but everything the Adverts ever recorded before setting off to work on their second album. Along with all 13 tracks recorded for 1978's 'Crossing The Red Sea' (including a version of 'Gary Gilmore's Eyes' originally intended for their US release and 'New Day Dawning', which was held back for a single), this Double LP also includes the band's first three singles, along with six tracks taken from a never-before-heard recording of a gig at the Roundhouse in London in early 1978 (headlining over Sham 69), with brand new drummer, John Towe (from Generation X). Gatefold sleeve, printed inner sleeve with lyrics and liner notes by TV Smith and Dave Thompson. “One of the greatest punk records of all time” Fire Records reissue the 1978 classic debut punk record ‘Crossing The Red Sea with the Adverts’. Released after an ever growing live following and the string of successful chart hits The Advert’s debut has cemented its place in punk rock history.  From the sonic Armageddon which ushers in ‘One Chord Wonders’ through to the deliriously protracted fade of ‘Great British Mistake’, ‘Crossing The Red Sea’ never put a foot wrong. Created at the height of Punk, recorded with all the venom and passion which gave the era such vitality, “Crossing the Red Sea” was at once a statement of intent and a bellow of defiance, a refusal to take anything for granted, even its own brilliance. More than that, though, the album defined and thus became the precious moment in time when the establishment rules of rock fell away, and new ones still had to be carved out. And by those brittle standards, the Adverts weren’t simply crossing the Red Sea, They were parting it. Dave Thompson Comes in a gatefold sleeve. Includes an 8 page booklet and a postcard with a download code for a digital copy of the whole album. (Fire Records)
  • By distinctively combining sardonic wit, romanticism and timeless tunes, they produced such classics as 'Orgasm Addict', 'What Do I Get?' and 'Ever Fallen in Love?' Their split in 1981 only heightened their reputation as one of the brashest and most melodic bands ever, and the widespread acclaim that has greeted their reformation and subsequent new material has solidified their reputation as perhaps the most relevant punk band of today. The Complete History draws on years of research and numerous interviews with the band and associates, and contains meticulous detail of every gig, record release, rehearsal, recording session, bootleg and line-up, including an entire history of the band members' many and varied solo projects. In addition, a complete discography of Buzzcocks material, as well as photographs of every line up (including many previously unseen shots) complete the ultimate collectable for any fan. This revised and updated edition picks up where the last left off in 1995 and gives Buzzcocks fans a unique, in-depth and complete piece history of the British punk icons. Format Paperback | 288 pages Dimensions 129 x 198 x 25.4mm | 294.84g Language English
  • The blistering new studio album from one of the most revered American street punk bands on the planet, The Casualties! This is the first studio album to feature David Rodriguez (Starving Wolves, Krum Bums) on vocals alongside longtime members Jake Kolatis (guitar), Marc Eggers (drums) and Rick Lopez (bass)! Limited edition, splatter vinyl. (Cleopatra Records)  
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    Out-of-print for over 33 years, the classic, early '80s hardcore/thrash 7" "we don't play the game" by THE CLITBOYS is finally being re-released. All 7 original raging tracks have been restored, remastered and are better sounding than ever before. Not only does this reissue contain a gatefold-cover complete with lyrics on the inside, but brand new liner notes by the bass player as well. (Beer City Records) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmiuFg2xsXY
  • THE COMES | no side | LP

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    Official reissue of seminal Japanese Hardcore band THE COMES debut. Originally released in 1983 on Dogma Records, a newly created City Rocker’s side label to release Hardcore/ Hard punk) No Side remains a milestone of first wave Japanese Hardcore. A vital document to understand the days when the Tokyo Hardcore scene was small and unknown with G.I.S.M., EXECUTE, GAUZE and THE COMES as main runners. Bands who shared stages, record labels and who grew to be one of the most varied, influential and enigmatic punk scenes of the planet. THE COMES music is frantic and sharp punk, bass driven and manic sounding with vocalist Chitose aggressive vocals punctuating every syllable and dominating the tunes. Like most first wave Hardcore acts they own their own sound and albeit many times imitated it has never been matched. No Side reissue comes in a heavy paste on board textured sleeve and includes a replica lyric insert. Includes digital pre-order of No Side. You get 2 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released. https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/no-side
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    "14 Year Old High School PC​-​Fascist Hype Lords Rip Off Devo for the Sake of Extorting $​$​$ from Helpless Impressionable Midwestern Internet Peoplepunks L​.​P​.​" The NWI scene is on another level to the rest of humanity. Oh yes, it's going to get weird once you put this shit on. Coneheads are a basement punk band who have decided to douse themselves in creepy circus riffs, robot meets alien vocals with science-fiction wackyness. Keep in mind, it's still punk and damn catchy! Who said weird can't be catchy?

    They sound like DOW JONES AND THE INDUSTRIALS on speed or a more manic DEVO. This would perfectly fit in 1982 but I doubt they were born before 92. Major points for historical awareness! The rhythm barrels along while solos are interspersed at six second intervals, desperately played like a blur between a Jerry Lee Richard piano solo and a fevered banjo picker who lives in an Appalachian cave. It's hard to find the line between cheap gimmick and true weirdness sometimes, but this one shows that line with every spin. This band is highly addictive and leaves you stunned! (Erste Theke Tontraeger) https://erstetheketontraeger.bandcamp.com/album/ett-028-the-coneheads-l-p-1-aka-14-year-old-high-school-pc-fascist-hype-lords-rip-off-devo-for-the-sake-of-extorting-from-helpless-impressionable-midwestern-internet-peoplepunks-l-p
  • Founded in 1982, The Crack didn't release their debut album until 1989. These British punkers were often tied into the Oi! scene of the mid-'80s along with Cockney Rejects and The Business, but they had more in common with the melodic punk stylings of 999 and mod groups like The Jam or Secret Affair. Featuring a blistering wall of guitars and biting melodies, from the classic album opener 'My World' to the raw closer 'The Giddy House' The Crack deliver ten fantastic original tunes that, while firmly rooted in 1980s UK anthemic punk, also features a pop sensibility that presages the oncoming Brit-pop scene that would absolutely dominate the '90s. Seriously, we'd bet the farm that the young Gallagher brothers were blasting this back in 1989. Absolutely essential 1980s UK punk that bridges the gap between '80s Oi! and the Brit-pop/power-pop revival. Killer. (Radiation Records)
  • This collection from legendary shape-shifting U.K. punk/goth pop outfit The Damned includes A- and B-sides from the group's output for the Chiswick label, specifically from the albums Machine Gun Etiquette (1979) and The Black Album (1980). Lovingly restored and remastered, the 24-track collection includes career highlights like "I Just Can't Be Happy Today," "The History of the World, Pt. 1," "Disco Man," "Love Song," and "Smash It Up". A1 to A3 originally released on Love Song 7'' on 27 April, 1979. A4, A5 originally released on Smash It Up 7' on 5 October, 1979. A6 to B2 originally released on I Just Can't Be Happy Today 7' on 23 November, 1979. B3 to B5 originally released on White Rabbit 7' B6 to C2 originally released on The History Of The World Part I 7' . on 22 September, 1980. C3 to C5 originally released on There Ain't No Sanity Clause 7' on 24 November, 1980. D1 originally released on Various - The Moonlight Tapes - Moonlight Club Bands Live as "Lookin' For Another" by The School Bullies; later included on Lively Arts on 1 October, 1982. D2 originally released on There Ain't No Sanity Clause (Big Beat Records reissue) on 2 December, 1983. D3 originally released on Best Of Vol 1½ - The Long Lost Weekend 19 May, 1988. D4 to D7 originally released on Friday 13th EP 7' on 13 November, 1981. (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
  • Οι Dark Rags δεν χρειάζονται ιδιαίτερες συστάσεις, καθώς το 2020 συμπληρώνουν 10 συνεχόμενα χρόνια παρουσίας στις Αθηναϊκές, και όχι μόνο, Rock’n’Roll σκηνές. Και ο καλύτερος τρόπος για να το γιορτάσουν είναι με την κυκλοφορία του 3ου τους album με τίτλο “Suburbia”. Μια συνεργασία της Labyrinth Of Thoughts και του νέου προσωπικού label του συγκροτήματος, Backstab Records. Το “Suburbia”, όπως και κάθε κυκλοφορία των Dark Rags, έχει μια συγκεκριμένη ηχητική και αισθητική προσέγγιση. 10 κομμάτια ακατέργαστου αλλά ταυτόχρονα μελωδικού garage, συνδυάζουν ιδανικά στοιχεία και επιρροές από punk έως country και 80s r’n’r έχοντας προσθέσει ταυτόχρονα στον ήχο τους με ιδανικό τρόπο, όργανα όπως σαξόφωνο και πιάνο. Περιορισμένη έκδοση: 200 αντίτυπα σε βινύλιο. (Labyrinth Of Thoughts Records)
  • DELUXE VINYL EDITION. Clear vinyl. "Chemical Warfare" is the debut album by Islington punks THE DARK, originally released in 1982. The Dark were similar to The Wall, another band with whom they shared a highly political outlook. The mostly mid-speed music also invites comparisons to Chelsea and the UK Subs. "Chemical Warfare" deserves a lot more credit than nearly all the punk albums it found itself lumped in with. The Dark invested their songs with melody and catchy as hell guitar motifs, and thoughtfully avoided the mindless rage typical of the time. Deluxe vinyl edition includes their "Chemical Warfare" LP (1982) plus 10 bonus songs from singles. (Let Them Eat Vinyl)  
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    Formed in 1978 and regulars at Belfast punk haunts The Harp Bar and The Pound by 1980, The Defects achieved only local recognition until their debut 45 Dance (Til You Drop) was released through their own Casualty imprint in 1981. Selling out of its initial 2,000 pressing, the single led to a deal with London’s WXYZ label which released The Defects’ lone studio LP Defective Breakdown in 1982, netting them an Indie Top 10 success and a high-profile support slot on label mates The Anti-Nowhere League’s controversial So What UK tour into the bargain. Thirty six years on, Defective Breakdown remains one of the superior punk platters from the UK82 era. It hardly reinvents punk’s wheel, but the best of its impassioned, UK Subs-style gob-athons (Killer On The Streets, We Don’t Care) still convince, while the fizzing, hormonal rush of the Buzzcocks-y Deprived and the ritualistic, Killing Joke-esque power of Survival both provide signposts to future roads the Antrim boys could have taken. Ultimately, though, outside forces would decide The Defects’ fate. With punk’s second wave quickly running out of steam and their ill-conceived cover of Elvis Presley’s Suspicious Minds stiffing, they abruptly split after supporting the reconstituted Clash at Belfast’s Ulster Hall in February 1984. Official reissue with bonus tracks. (Restless Empire Records)  
  • Formed in 1978 and regulars at Belfast punk haunts The Harp Bar and The Pound by 1980, The Defects achieved only local recognition until their debut 45 Dance (Til You Drop) was released through their own Casualty imprint in 1981. Selling out of its initial 2,000 pressing, the single led to a deal with London’s WXYZ label which released The Defects’ lone studio LP Defective Breakdown in 1982, netting them an Indie Top 10 success and a high-profile support slot on label mates The Anti-Nowhere League’s controversial So What UK tour into the bargain. Thirty six years on, Defective Breakdown remains one of the superior punk platters from the UK82 era. It hardly reinvents punk’s wheel, but the best of its impassioned, UK Subs-style gob-athons (Killer On The Streets, We Don’t Care) still convince, while the fizzing, hormonal rush of the Buzzcocks-y Deprived and the ritualistic, Killing Joke-esque power of Survival both provide signposts to future roads the Antrim boys could have taken. Ultimately, though, outside forces would decide The Defects’ fate. With punk’s second wave quickly running out of steam and their ill-conceived cover of Elvis Presley’s Suspicious Minds stiffing, they abruptly split after supporting the reconstituted Clash at Belfast’s Ulster Hall in February 1984. (Antisociety Records)  
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    The third album from Toronto's The Diodes got a lovely CD reissue courtesy Bongo Beat a few years ago, but the original 1980 vinyl version is still the only vinyl edition of this essential, often overlooked gem of Canadian punk and rock'n'roll. From the super catchy title track to the utterly infectious Catwalker, to the perfect rock swagger of Rock It Over and Under, this is an album that needs to be experienced on vinyl. Slick remastering, beautiful packaging, and you also get an MP3 download card. (Artoffact Records) https://thediodes.bandcamp.com/album/action-reaction
  • To be honest, I didn’t expect much if anything from this album. However, once I put it in the player, I was floored. Hail the New Pawn puts these guys right at the upper tier of hardcore/grindcore ranks. It’s a no-brainer. THE DREAM IS DEAD combine grindcore, crust-punk flavorings, and dissonant hardcore into an unrelenting, chaotic anti-establishment beast. They occupy a musical space somewhere between NAPALM DEATH and MISERY INDEX. Seriously, the band hits with every kind of extreme riff they can think of, a barrage of tempo changes, and enough vocal barks to penetrate that thick material we call the “human brain.” Vocalist Clark Giles gives it all he’s got with a great performance. And thankfully, he doesn’t sound like 1,000 other hardcore vocalists. Another strength of Hail the New Pawn lays in the feel. While the songs communicate an immediate feel of brutality and unrelenting attitude, there is also an ominous air to them. To top things off, the production work was by none other than Alex Newport (THEORY OF RUIN/ex-FUDGE TUNNEL/NAILBOMB). The production is nothing short of crystal clear, powerful, and balanced especially for the drums. The bottom line is that you need to do yourself a favor and check out one of the best albums of the year. Limited to 100 copies, Clear w/ Red Splatter. (Escape Artist Records)