• GAME | legerdemain | LP

    20.00 incl. tax
    Game returns after their 2019 full-length No One Wins with the Legerdemain EP. Piercing the listener with nonstop aural carnage, the EP would be an apt soundtrack to the armageddon. Part Venom, part Death Side, all live and loud, Legerdemain offers no restful moments. An instrumental masterclass with blistering drumming from Jonah Falco, weird and wonderful guitar melodies conjured up by Cal Baird, and a rumbling and decapitating buzzsaw bass by Nicky Rat, the release's finishing move is an ever-changing vocal tone by Ola H. Legerdemain can be a rewarding, or punishing, aural journey depending on your perspective. The new release, which was recorded and mixed by Jonah and mastered by extreme music legend Arthur Rizk finds Game leaning heavily into their metal influences, with sounds of early 80s UK steel given extra ferocity through the lens of Japanese hardcore punk from the same era. Having toured multiple times in Europe and North America, Game, which features members of Fucked Up, Arms Race and Violent Reaction, is equally comfortable playing to punks, metalheads and everyone in between. ‘Legerdemain’ is a magician’s term meaning sleight of hand, a key skill of deception. The term is used as a metaphor for our current post-truth society where governments, technocracies, and financial institutions use smoke and mirrors to create a farcical and bewildering existence where one cannot know if something is real or not in order to cover up social injustice and mechanisms that drive inequality. As Legerdemain progresses, one is being continually dragged along towards an apocalyptic ending on "Release", which reflects on this current predicament as a nuclear explosion approaches with nothing left to do except give into the madness. There is a constant cycle of rising again, fighting against wrong doing, exhaustion, and endings. The lyrics in Polish, English and a sprinkle of French, represent the multinational members of the band, who feel culturally in a no man’s land, which in fact is everyone’s experience in 2021. Legerdemain tries to answer this anomie with urgent metal punk that is hauntingly relevant. (Quality Control Records)
  • In 1995, struggling to recover from the tragic death of their original drummer, Southern California's Gameface created their most beloved album, solidifying a place in the underground music scene. With heart-on-sleeve lyrics and infectious melodies, "Three To Get Ready" connected with fans on an emotional level, crossing genres from pop punk to emo to rock, and remains a mid-'90s classic. This long out-of-print full-length is back as a remastered, expanded, 25th-anniversary edition - including the B-sides from their "A Day In June" 7" plus an alternate recording of "Time After Time" featuring a very young and less famous Gwen Stefani on backing vocals - all in newly updated gatefold packaging. (Dr. Strange Records)
  • This is the story of Leed's radical post punk renegades, who, between 1977 and 1984, pioneed the idea of the indie guitar band who could make you simultaneously dance and think. Published to co-incide with the 30th anniversary of the release of their debut single "Damaged Goods" when the band will release their first new studio album featuring the original line up. It demonstrates how the influence of this intelligent rock-fun collective had a huge impact on some of the world's biggest bands including Red Hot Chili Peppers and Franz Ferdinand. It follows their beginnings when they emerged at the height of punk and how in 2007 their 1979 debut album "Entertainment" was nominated by NME as one of the most important and influential rock albums of all time. Format Paperback | 300 pages Dimensions 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.05mm | 408.23g Publication date 01 Sep 2008 Publisher OMNIBUS PRESS Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom Language English
  • With 'American Slang', The Gaslight Anthem makes an extraordinary leap forward towards that very goal. The New Jersey-based band's third long player reveals a remarkably powerful rock 'n' roll outfit honed by two years of nearly non-stop touring. Singer/guitarist Fallon's passionate lyrical approach has grown more personal and introspective, his raw throated vocals stronger and more resonant against the band's pulse-pounding dynamic force. Songs like 'Bring It On', 'Orphans' and the rousing title track bristle and burn with the spirit of soul, the energy of punk, and the artistic ambition of any hall of famer you'd care to name. 'American Slang' is the battle cry of a great band finding it's own voice and using it to shout to the rooftops and beyond. The band began getting together for writing sessions at their longtime friend Kyle Roggendorf's basement in Parlin, NJ. (Side One Dummy Records)
  • The Gaslight Anthem sophomore full-length, 'the '59 sound', is a 12 song streak of soul influenced cinematic punk, with each piece revolving around a plot steeped in the bruce springsteen and tom petty school of songwriting. for fans of the hold steady, the boss, jimmy eat world etc.. (Side One Dummy Records)
  • This cool split collects the recorded works of two very feral and raucous Japanese hardcore bands from the '80s, Gasmask and Coward. Both bands hailed from Osaka, and originally released EPs on the Skeleton label. The Gasmask portion of this record contains their amazing 7" EP, two live songs, an unreleased track and two collaborations with Coward called Cowmask. On the Coward portion you get their 7" EP (sometimes called Voice), which was posted here way back when the Hearse first rolled out of the garage. You also get two tracks from the Ninngenn Omnibus compilation, some live stuff, and three collaborations with Gasmask called Gasward. Both bands are absolutely crazy great! (Fan Club)
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    Gauze, Gauze, Gauze – for sure one of the best, but also one of the most uncompromising hardcore bands out of Japan. Formed in 1981 from as a punk act but turned into their unique hardcore sound over time. Furious speed (for the time), no guitar solos and very clever and angry arrangement – music for the soul and not the mind. I would see them as a milestone for Japanese hardcore. 100s of band have later been compared with them. This is reissue their classic, second 1986 LP. Includes a two sided insert. (Fan Club/Unofficial Release)
  • GAUZE | T-shirt

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    Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. Gildan heavy cotton t-shirt 100% cotton. All the water-based inks we screenprints have an eco-passport verification. Every stamp and logo is hand pulled silk screen print. Ενδέχεται να υπάρχουν ελλείψεις σε κάποια από τα μεγέθη. Σε αυτή την περίπτωση θα σας ενημερώσουμε τηλεφωνικά ή με e-mail για τον χρόνο παράδοσής τους σε εμάς από τον προμηθευτή (συνήθως 3-5 εργάσιμες ημέρες). Κατόπιν παραγγελίας το σχέδιο είναι διαθέσιμο και σε μέγεθος XX-Large.
  • Street punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. formed in Birmingham in l978, the name referencing original bassist Sean McCarthy’s trial for grievous bodily harm. The in-your-face hardcore of EP “Leather, Bristles, Studs And Acne,” paved the way for super-charged debut LP, City Baby Attacked By Rats, which hit the number two position on the British indie charts on release in l982, as well as the mainstream top 2O, despite being released by tiny independent, Clay Records. With a touch of Motorhead and Sabbath beneath their straight-up hardcore, City Baby is where the legend begins, capturing G.B.H. at their bloodiest. Limited to 500 copies only, includes a double sided insert and an exclusive photo licensed by US photographer Alison Braun in a 60x40cm folded poster! Tracklist Time Bomb Sick Boy Wardogs Slut Maniac Gunned Down I Am The Hunted City Baby Attacked By Rats The Prayer Of A Realist Passenger On The Menu Heavy Discipline Boston Babies Bellend Bop (Radiation Records)
  • Street punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. formed in Birmingham in l978, the name referencing original bassist Sean McCarthy’s trial for grievous bodily harm. The in-your-face hardcore of EP “Leather, Bristles, Studs And Acne,” paved the way for super-charged debut LP, City Baby Attacked By Rats, which hit the number two position on the British indie charts on release in l982, as well as the mainstream top 2O, despite being released by tiny independent, Clay Records. With a touch of Motorhead and Sabbath beneath their straight-up hardcore, City Baby is where the legend begins, capturing G.B.H. at their bloodiest. Limited to 500 copies only, includes a double sided insert and an exclusive photo licensed by US photographer Alison Braun in a 60x40cm folded poster! Yellow Splatter Vinyl limite to 150. Tracklist Time Bomb Sick Boy Wardogs Slut Maniac Gunned Down I Am The Hunted City Baby Attacked By Rats The Prayer Of A Realist Passenger On The Menu Heavy Discipline Boston Babies Bellend Bop (Radiation Records)
  • After the chart-topping debut City Baby Attacked By Rats, Birmingham ‘UK82’ punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. cut City Baby’s Revenge, their second release for Clay Records, and even though a mere year had passed, City Baby’s Revenge showed significant progression, Jock’s guitar more obviously inspired by metal, the lyrics more explicit and the sound even rawer than before. With a cool take of the Stooges’ ‘I Feel Alright’ and the reggae/rockabilly-esque ‘Skanga,’ this acclaimed winner is the LP that broke the band in the USA and is arguably the best they ever recorded required listening for the band’s devotees and all fans of metal-edged hardcore. Remastered reissue includes bonus tracks from the Give Me Fire / Man-Trap, Catch 23 / Hellhole and Do What You Do / Children Of Dust / Four Men singles. (Captain Oi Records)
  • After the chart-topping debut City Baby Attacked By Rats, Birmingham ‘UK82’ punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. cut City Baby’s Revenge, their second release for Clay Records, and even though a mere year had passed, City Baby’s Revenge showed significant progression, Jock’s guitar more obviously inspired by metal, the lyrics more explicit and the sound even rawer than before. With a cool take of the Stooges’ ‘I Feel Alright’ and the reggae/rockabilly-esque ‘Skanga,’ this acclaimed winner is the LP that broke the band in the USA and is arguably the best they ever recorded required listening for the band’s devotees and all fans of metal-edged hardcore. Limited to 500 copies only, includes a double sided insert and an exclusive photo licensed by US photographer Alison Braun in a 60x40cm folded poster! Tracklist Diplomatic Immunity Drugs Party In 526 See The Man Run Vietnamese Blues Womb With A View The Forbidden Zone Valley Of Death City Babys Revenge Pins And Needles Christianised Cannibals Faster Faster High Octane Fuel I Feel Alright Skanga (Herby Weed) (Radiation Records)
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    After the chart-topping debut City Baby Attacked By Rats, Birmingham ‘UK82’ punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. cut City Baby’s Revenge, their second release for Clay Records, and even though a mere year had passed, City Baby’s Revenge showed significant progression, Jock’s guitar more obviously inspired by metal, the lyrics more explicit and the sound even rawer than before. With a cool take of the Stooges’ ‘I Feel Alright’ and the reggae/rockabilly-esque ‘Skanga,’ this acclaimed winner is the LP that broke the band in the USA and is arguably the best they ever recorded required listening for the band’s devotees and all fans of metal-edged hardcore. Limited to 500 copies only, includes a double sided insert and an exclusive photo licensed by US photographer Alison Braun in a 60x40cm folded poster! Orange Splatter Vinyl limited to 150. Tracklist Diplomatic Immunity Drugs Party In 526 See The Man Run Vietnamese Blues Womb With A View The Forbidden Zone Valley Of Death City Babys Revenge Pins And Needles Christianised Cannibals Faster Faster High Octane Fuel I Feel Alright Skanga (Herby Weed) (Radiation Records)
  • Charged G.B.H. are one of the original and best of the UK82 groups along with The Exploited and Discharge. Combining the raw, brutal energy of the first wave of punk with the pounding beat of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Charged G.B.H., or G.B.H. for short, released their debut album 'City Baby Attacked By Rats' in 1982 and quickly rose up the charts, reaching #2 on the UK indie chart. The following year saw an extensive US tour that landed them in Dover, NJ at the Showplace on July 17th ripping through classic tracks from their first album, as well as numerous tracks from their debut EP 'Leather, Bristles, Studs And Acne', a few deep cut singles and the killer Stooges cover 'I Feel Alright'. Rounding out this killer release are two demo tracks for the second album 'City Babys Revenge'. Comes with single sided A3 Black & White poster. Tracklist A1 Necrophilia A2 Hellhole A3 I Am The Hunted A4 Generals A5 Catch 23 A6 Give Me Fire A7 Slut B1 Freak B2 City Baby Attacked By Rats / City Baby's Revenge B3 Race Against Time B4 I Feel Alright B5 Drugs Party in 526 (Demo) B6 Vietnamese Blues (Demo) (Radiation Records)
  • 1982 compilation, featuring the tracks from the band's 'Leather, Bristles, Studs And Acne' 12", the 'No Survivors' 7", and the 'Sick Boy' 7". In between the charting debut LP City Baby Attacked By Rats and the acclaimed follow-up, City Baby’s Revenge, the independent Clay Records gathered all their Charged G.B.H. singles for the shocking compilation, Leather Bristles No Survivors And Sick Boys, capturing their versatility, as well as their shit-on-you attitude. The anti-war ‘Generals’ is an early classic, ‘Necrophilia’ tests the limits via an ironic salute to copulating with corpses and there are plenty of other shock-value moments, all delivered with their trademark blend of hardcore, metal, angst, rage and humour. Essential! Limited to 500 copies only, includes a double sided insert and an exclusive photo licensed by US photographer Alison Braun in a 60x40cm folded poster! Tracklist Race Against Time Knife Edge Lycanthhropy Necrophilia State Executioner Dead On Arrival Generals No Survivors Self Destruct Big Women Sick Boy Slit Your Own Throat Am I Dead Yet? Freak Alcohol (Radiation Records)
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    The first ever eight track 12” mini LP by Hardcore Punk legends G.B.H. (No.8 in the Independent Chart in 1981) is joined by the ‘No Survivors’ (No.4) and ‘Sick Boy’ (No.5) singles on this 15 track round up of the bands early releases for Clay Records which itself reached No.5 in the Indie Chart. “No Survivors” also hit No.63 in the UK National Charts. Vocalist Colin Abrahall has supplied the liner notes whilst the booklet also contains lyrics to all the songs. Includes G.B.H. - Leather, Bristles, Studs And Acne. (LP, 1981) , G.B.H. - No Survivors(7'', 1982) and G.B.H. - Sick Boy (7'', 1982) (Captain Oi Records)
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    GELD | soft power | EP

    8.00 incl. tax
    A nasty followup EP to the Perfect Texture LP released earlier this year finds GELD in a more irascible and unhinged state. Soft Power expands on the band's vision of a freer form of D-Beat with noisier sounds, tighter dimensions, wilder visions and subtler experimentation with carefully placed nuances. Don't be tricked into thinking this is some sort of hippy dippy jamband bullshit though, every second of this is cruelly calculated and executed with the utmost care. Damn. 250 black and 150 translucent orange 75gr vinyl copies housed in a custom ILR 80# felt weave glued pocket sleeve with insert and download code included. Recorded by Billy Gardener and Julian Cue. Art by Sam McKenzie. (Iron Lung Records)
  • Generacion Suicida from Los Angeles are returning with their first new album in four years and fifth album in total. The band is one of the most productive and hard working punk bees we've seen since the beginning of this millennium and we are yet again pleased to be part of their story with "Regeneracion". Recorded and mixed by Tony, bands guitarist and vocal, this album retains everything about their trademark sound so far and that is some proper raw, melodic and catchy punk rock sung in Spanish but this time with a splice of a post-punk swagger thrown in for a good measure, which is a logical progression and evolution from the sound from their last full-lenght records "Reflejos" and "Sombras". "Regeneracion" was fully written during the Covid Lockdown of 2020. 2020 was also the year where it seems people decided that they had had enough. Enough with state oppression, enough with police violence, enough with systemic racism and white supremacy. All these feelings and more bubbled up and bled out into these tracks. While there were moments in life that feel bleak, we know that the people in our community are resilient and strong, and it is for them that we wrote these songs" (Symphony Of Destruction / Doomtown Records)
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    Attention classic 77 Punk Rock fans, here's something very special for you - the unearthed demo recordings Generation X did (presumably for Chiswick Records) in February 1977, a year before the release of their seminal first album. A treasure chest filled to the rafters with raw, untamed, youthful versions of anthemic hits such as Wild Youth, Dancing with Myself, Your Generation or Ready Steady Go alongside lesser known songs from their catalog. An essential piece for the collection of those interested in these brit Punk pioneers. (Deaf Youth Industries)
  • Reissued on vinyl for the first time since their original release in 1982. "Last Rights for GENOCIDE and M.I.A.” is the title of one of my most beloved split albums ever released. Since its initial release in 1982, it has never been re released in its entirety and that is a major crime. "Awesome split record from Smoke Seven Records with two great US hardcore/punk combos. Genocide was founded early 1980 in New Jersey by Bobby EBZ (vocals), Wheels (bass), Jet Screamer (guitars) and Damage (drums) and "they were a full-throttle, skull fucking rip-ride of hardcore sex, ghetto drugs and berserk violence, a supersonic nailgun of Aquanet and mascara and spikes and splatterpunk and slutmetal. And this was way before most of that shit was even invented, brother. Led by shadowy charlatan and full-bore suicidal egomaniac Bobby EBZ, for one very brief but blinding moment in the late 80’s, Genocide threatened to rip rockNroll’s heart right out of it’s leather-clad chest and eat it whole. Besides a fashion sense that suggested needle Nazis from outer space, and a disposition just this side of liquored-up junkyard dogs, Genocide really ought to be remembered as one of the first bands to realize that there wasn't a whole lot of difference between the punk rock riot of GBH and the hellfire spit metal of Venom. So they played both at once. M.I.A. were formed 1980 in Las Vegas by Mike (vocals), Nick (guitars), Paul (bass/piano) and Moon (drums) and they broke up and then reunited a few months later in Orange County/California, becoming part of the growing scene there. Shortly after recording a demo, songs were snapped up for two now-legendary 1982 punk compilations: American Youth Report and Not So Quiet On The Western Front. The rest of the demo was released as a split LP Last Rites for Genocide and M.I.A.- The band struck a deal with notorious punk label Alternative Tentacles and released Murder in A Foreign Place in June of 1984. That summer they embarked on a grueling three month tour of the United States & Canada. In 1985 they completed another U.S. tour and headed back into the studio to record the post-punk classic Notes From the Underground. In 1987 the band issued its final studio album on Flipside Rec., After The Fact. In 2001, Alternative Tentacles issued Lost Boys, a compilation of the first two albums plus extras; in 2017 Darla Records reissued Notes From the Underground and After The Fact digitally and on CD for the first time." Great Music!" (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • The Germs are one of the most legendary and venerated of all Los Angeles hardcore punk bands. The roots of the group stemmed from the meeting of two minds at an alternative school in the late 1970s, when future vocalist Jan Paul Beahm, AKA Darby Crash, met guitarist George Ruthenberg, AKA Pat Smear, the latter a reformed Jesus freak. Spearheading the west coast hardcore scene, the band burst into public consciousness with an explosive performance at The Whisky in 1977 (introduced by future Go Go Belinda Carlisle and KROQ disc jockey Rodney Bingenheimer), with Crash (then known as Bobby Pyn) and Smear joined by bassist Lorna Doom and drummer Donna Rhia, this line-up featuring on debut single, "Forming". Crash's rambling, sneering and often sarcastic vocals were the perfect foil to Smear's superfast thrash-guitar licks, and Smash was a dynamic frontman too, despite his volatile personality. After borrowing Weirdos drummer Nicky Beat for the "Lexicon Devil" single, debut album GI (1979), incongruously produced by Joan Jett of The Runaways, saw the introduction of Arizona-born drummer Nicky Bolles. The band's revered status and early innovation kept them on top of the LA punk scene heap, yet Crash ended up overdosing on heroin in December 1980, his death an apparent suicide. After releasing solo material in the late 1980s, in 1992 Smear was asked to replace John Frusciante in The Red Hot Chili Peppers but opted to join Nirvana instead, his presence there sparking the Germs revival that yielded the outtakes and live rarities set, Cats Clause, which includes rare live material from the Hong Kong Café, as well as material from Crash's final concert at the Starwood in 1980, and more rare material. Gatefold sleeve and printed inner sleeve with rare photos and other memorabilia. Also includes a 60x60cm poster. Licensed from San Juan Music. (Radiation Records)
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    Porterhouse Records is excited to announce the Worldwide debut of M.I.A. (The Complete Anthology) from punk icons The Germs. First released on Compact Disc in 1993 this release has never been pressed on vinyl in the past. Completely re-mastered and re-sequenced for vinyl. The album GI appears as one 12" LP and the other LP sees the complete original sequence of the What We Do Is Secret EP, including the Live version of The Other Newest One and previously deleted live dialogue from lead singer Darby Crash. You'll now be able to experience the EP as it was actually intended to be heard. This collection represents the band’s entire recorded studio works including songs from the “Cruising” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Porterhouse’s attention to detail ensures world class mastering, plating and pressing as well as dead-on artwork and a full reproduction of the original liner notes. Additionally, songs recovered from the Cruising Motion Picture Soundtrack and the band's early 7"s will complete the flip-side of the second LP in the anthology. The initial pressing of The Complete Anthology consists of a two LP set featuring black and blue vinyl with reverse labels. 1 - 16 taken from the Slash Records album "GI" # SR-103. 10/79. ℗ 1979 Slash Records. Published by Crash Course Music, BMI. Adm. by Bug Music. 17 - 22 taken from the Slash Records EP "What We Do Is Secret" SREP-108. 8/81. ℗ 1977 Iloki Records. Licensed from Iloki Records. Published by ARC Music, BMI. Adm. by Bug Music. 23 & 24 taken from What? Records single #WHAT 01. 7/77. ℗ 1977 Iloki Records. Licensed from Iloki Records. Published by APRS, BMI. 25 - 28 taken from the Lorimar Pictures Soundtrack recording sessions for "Cruising". ℗ 1979 Warner Bros. Licensed from Warner Bros. Published by Crash Course Music, BMI. Adm. by Bug Music. 29 taken from the Lorimar Pictures Soundtrack "Cruising". 1980. #JC 36410. ℗ 1979 Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. Licensed from Sony Music Special Products, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. Published by Management 3 Music, BMI. Adm. by Cherry Lane Music Publishing Co. 30 taken from What? Records compilation "What Is It?" #W12 2403. 9/82. ℗ 1977 Iloki Records. Licensed from Iloki Records. Published by APRS, BMI. Side A 1. What We Do Is Secret 2. Communist Eyes 3. Land of Treason 4. Richie Dagger’s Crime 5. Strange Notes 6. American Leather 7. Lexicon Devil 8. Manimal 9. Our Way 10. We Must Bleed Side B 1. Media Blitz 2. The Other Newest One 3. Let’s Pretend 4. Dragon Lady 5. The Slave 6. Shut Down Side C 1. Round and Round 2. Lexicon Devil 3. Circle One 4. Caught In My Eye 5. No God 6. The Other Newest One 7. My Tunnel Side D 1. Forming 2. Sex Boy 3. Throw It Away 4. Not All Right 5. Now I Hear The Laughter 6. Going Down 7. Lion’s Share 8. Forming 2 (Porterhouse Records)
  • An absolute must for all fans of the most extreme rock and roll figure of the past century this 'singles' compilation. Tracks A1 to A3 taken from GG Allin & The Jabbers - Bored To Death. Orange Records 1979 Tracks A4, A5 taken from GG Allin & The Jabbers - 1980's Rock 'N' Roll / Cheri Love Affair. Destiny Records 1979, Tracks A6, A7 taken from GG Allin - Gimme Some Head B/W Dead Or Alive. Orange Records 1981. Track A8 taken from GG Allin & The Jabbers - Occupation. Blood 2000 Records 2000. Recorded 1980/81 with The MC2. Tracks B1 to B3 taken from GG Allin - You Hate Me + I Hate You (Public Animal No.1). Orange Records 1982. Tracks B4 to B7 taken from GG Allin - No Rules. Orange Records 1982. Tracks B8, B9 taken from GG Allin And The Jabbers* - Out For Blood. TPOS 1997. Recorded May 1983. (Orange Records Ltd/Unofficial)
  • Always Was, Is and Always Shall Be is the debut studio album by American punk rock musician GG Allin, recorded and released in 1980 on Orange Records. (Fan Club/Records)  

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