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    Fight the Good Fight, the third studio album from Los Angeles ska-punk band The Interrupters, is available now via Hellcat Records. Fight the Good Fight was produced by longtime collaborator, Rancid frontman, and Grammy Award-winning producer Tim Armstrong with the band at Ship-Rec Recorders in Los Angeles. The album was mixed by Grammy-award winning mixer Tom Lord-Alge (Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Weezer). The follow-up to 2015’s Say It Out Loud, Fight the Good Fight finds The Interrupters delivering their two-tone-inspired, powerfully melodic, punk-fueled sound with more vitality than ever before. With Armstrong and Alge at the helm, Aimee and the Bivona brothers channeled the raw energy of their lives shows by recording almost entirely to tape. “There’s a certain feeling you get from that process that you can’t really get digitally,” says guitarist Kevin. “There’s no overthinking anything—everyone’s got to be fully present and committed. It was definitely high-pressure, but also really fun.” (Hellcat Records)
  • Self titled album from the Washington DC punk legends, originally released in 1986. Lovingly reissued on black vinyl by Dr Strange, (Dr. Strange Records)
  • Chisel this, Chisel that" -- it's on my phone, it's on my hard drives, it's on my turntable, it's on my t-shirt, it's on my Instagram, it's on my blogspot, it's tattooed on my forehead, my own parents renewed their wedding vows to "Rat Running Scared." I pressed stop. I unplugged my headphones, turned down the volume, and snapped that god forsaken single in HALF. Enough was enough! But see me, yeah. Once the music stopped only one thought rang through my head: What Have I Done? Where once there was explosive energy there was now a void. Lucky for me, the 5 loveable lads from Blackpool, Croydon, Acton, Chingford, and Guildford KEPT IT MOVIN, and just when I thought all was lost they brought me back in. Three more blasts of full fat extra saturated deep fried limb swinging confrontational uplifting chisel chiselling punk for that special space in your life. Enough said? No. Cos they've done it again. (Jonah Falco) (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
  • Live In Oakland is an unofficial release of the band performing live at Oakland Coliseum Arena on October 8th 1992. Tracklist A1 Dam That River A2 We Die Young A3 Them Bones A4 Would A5 Junkhead A6 God Smack A7 Put You Down B1 Sickman B2 It Ain't Like That B3 Angry Chair B4 Man In The Box (Radio Loop Loop)
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    Recorded live in their hometown Seattle right before they became superstars, this radio broadcast documents the prime time of a band who redifined the whole idea of indie rock and created a legend. Features most classic tracks from Bleach and Nevermind. Fully broadcast on the KNOD-FM US radio station. (Mind Control Records)
  • The Birmingham foursome on their historical west coast date. Track list includes: Paranoid N.I.B. War Pigs Black Sabbath Iron Man Behind The Wall Of Sleep Hand Of Doom/Rat Salad Fairies Wear Boots (Mind Control Records)
  • The record most responsible for putting Greece on the black metal map is, perhaps paradoxically, both an intriguing slice of history and a timeless piece of music. Thy Mighty Contract remains a hugely significant opus that was influential to a still-forming extreme metal scene and whose sound is tied intrinsically to the era in which it was manifested. Yet equally, this is a work that has aged superbly and still sounds as essential and unique as ever today. Both musically and lyrically, Thy Mighty Contract is rarely straightforward – and is arguably all the better for it, offering layers of meaning and demanding repeated playing. It is a dripping with a myriad of influences, with touches of first wave black metal, doom, death, thrash and heavy metal evident at various points during the album, combining these to create a sound that has never quite been repeated. (Peaceville Records/2019)
  • Released in 1985, the band’s second album had an ominous pall of doom and gloom, enmeshed in a sound both primitive yet also Wagnerian in its vast scope. Many claim this was a massive inspiration for black metal bands later in the decade. In truth, though, none matched what was here. This release includes the Emperor’s Return EP as well as a remix of Visual Aggression, and the concept and art direction of the release was done by the man behind Celtic Frost, Tom G. Warrior. CD - The CD is packaged in a casebound book. Hype sticker over shrink wrap: "The original classic album remastered Includes bonus material & extensive sleeve notes Concept & art direction by Tom Gabriel Warrior". (Noise/BMG/2019)
  • The debut album from the band was released in 1984, and was quickly recognised as the work of agitated and agitating talents. This album was a huge influence on the burgeoning death and thrash scenes at the time. A masterclass of riff tirades and unholy sentiments. This reissue includes rehearsals from 1984 and the concept and art direction of the release was done by the man behind Celtic Frost, Tom G. Warrior. Both the LP and CD versions include new sleeve notes and extensive booklets. Hype sticker over shrink wrap: "The original classic album remastered Includes bonus material & extensive sleeve notes Concept & art direction by Tom Gabriel Warrior". Original album recorded & mixed at Caet studio, Berlin, October 8 - 15, 1984 Bonus tracks recorded live on cassette during Morbid Tales album rehearsals at the Grave Hill Bunker, Birchwil, Switzerland, in summer and autumn of 1984 All tracks remastered at Woodshed Studio, Landshut, Germany, March 2016 (Noise/BMG/2019)
  • The Fix was one of the earliest hardcore bands in the Midwest and one of the first to release a record for Touch And Go. Blazing away with the Necros and the Meatmen, The Fix is part of the foundation of what would become Touch And Go. This collection of recordings will be released on both CD and vinyl and includes both early Touch And Go singles, the track from the "Process Of Elimination" track, a few demo tracks from the "Jans Room" sessions and live tracks from a 1981 tour. (Touch & Go Records)
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    Cause for Alarm is the second full-length studio album by New York hardcore band Agnostic Front. It was released in 1986 on Relativity/Combat Records and follows 1984's Victim in Pain. (Century Media/2010)
  • Licensed to Ill is the groundbreaking debut studio album by the Beastie Boys. It was the first rap LP to top the Billboard album chart in 1986. Produced by Rick Rubin and the Beastie Boys themselves, the classic LP features hits like (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party), Brass Monkey, No Sleep Till Brooklyn, Girls, and Hot It Now, Hit It'. (Def Jam Recordings)
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    Adventurous southern California punk trio Agent Orange was the first band to mix surf rock with punk. The group was formed in1l979 in Placentia, a small town close to Fullerton and Anaheim, by frontman Mike Palm on guitar and lead vocals, Steve Soto on bass and Scott Miller on drums. That early line up recorded the classic version of "Bloodstains" in 1979 as a demo produced by Daniel R. van Patten (of the group Berlin). A year later it was included on the seminal Rodney On The Roq compilation album released by Posh Boy Records. Meanwhile James Levesque had replaced Steve Soto (Adolescents) and the new line up released their own self produced and self released 7" ep in 1980. A year later, the group signed with Robbie Fields' Posh Boy Records for their debut LP Living In Darkness, co-produced by Fields and former Simpletones guitarist Jay Lansford. The album was recorded at Brian Elliott’s store front studio in North Hollywood (a few years before Elliott struck gold writing Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach”). A milestone in California Punk Rock history. Tracklist A1 Too Young To Die A2 Everything Turns Grey A3 Miserlou A4 The Last Goodbye A5 America* A6 Bored Of You* B1 No Such Thing B2 A Cry For Help In A World Gone Mad B3 Bloodstains B4 Living In Darkness B5 Pipeline* B6 Mr Moto* B7 Breakdown* Bonus Tracks: *A5/A6: from 'Agent Orange' 7", 1980 *B5: b side from 'Everything Turns Gray' 7", 1981 *B6/B7: from 'Bitchin' Summer' 12", 1982 (Radiation Records)
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    Originally released a mere eight months after their groundbreaking 1978 self-titled debut LP (RAD 8002LP), The Kids' second album is a pure masterpiece of straightforward punk rock. A little less raw than their previous material, but still far from the new wave sounds the band started experimenting with on their following records, Naughty Kids remains one of the best examples of non-UK '70s punk and definitely a mandatory addition to the collection of any Killed by Death fanatic! This reissue also includes five bonus tracks recorded live in 1978. (Radiation Records) https://thekids.bandcamp.com/album/the-kids
  • Hailing from Antwerp, Belgium, The Kids formed in 1976 to prove to the world that punk was more than just a London vs New York fashion contest. Originally released on the Philips label in 1978, and highly acclaimed as one of the best punk records EVER. This is pure and quintessential punk rock. Track 13 - B-side of the 'No Monarchy' 7" (Fontana 6022-003 - 1978) Track 14 - Previously unissued 1977 studio track (Radiation Records) https://thekids.bandcamp.com/album/the-kids
  • "No Control" is one of the albums that helped bridge Bad Religion's more reckless, earlier direction with their more focused (but just as pissed-off) '90s-era with the strength of such cuts as "Big Bang," "Automatic Man," the title track and "I Want To Conquer The World." "No Control" is one of the band's best all-time albums and an archetypal blueprint for the genre. Bad Religion has been setting the standard for years; this album is yet another stone in the band's long road to identity and style. (Epitaph Records/2004)
  • Legendary The Specials playing Trojan classics. Following the success of their 2000 release of fifteen new recordings titled “Skinhead Girl”, The Specials lastest LP, “Conquering Ruler“, is another post-era ska/reggae beat sensation that includes fifteen new renditions from some of yesteryear’s best. Now on vinyl for the first time ever. (Mad Butcher Records)
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    Legendary The Specials playing 15 Trojan classics. Originally released in 2000 now on vinyl for the first time. Great stuff. (Black Butcher Classics)
  • 19 track round up of demos from The Partisans who formed in Bridgend, South Wales in 1978 and ended up being one of the cream of the UK82 punk movement. The first side of the LP has 10 tracks recorded in April 1980 in one day and like bands in their early years - it features mainly covers. It includes songs from the Sex Pistols, Stiff Little Fingers, UK Subs, Buzzcocks, UK Subs, Cockney Rejects and yes even more UK Subs. It also has primitive and raw versions of future Partisans classics No Time and I Don’t Give a Fuck. This demo has never been heard or released in any form. Less than a year later, February 1981 with Savage leaving and Louise joining on bass, the band have their most well know line up and are in full flow with a 6 track demo that was sent to No Future Records. It’s not surprising the label snapped them up straight away as the recordings are high energy and full of anthemic gems. The label released Police Story and Killing Machine as the debut 7” direct from these recordings. The other four tracks from this demo have never been released on vinyl. The last three tracks on the LP are the demos from 1982 recorded for No Future for the 17 Years of Hell Single. Rawer and more punk than the actual well know versions. All members of the bands helped in this release and shared original masters from which everything was remastered plus archive from their own personal collections including photos galore, handouts, ticket stubs, interviews etc which are included in the 28 Page Booklet. (Sealed Records)
  • Deep Wound was the first band from J Mascis and Lou Barlow (later Dinosaur Jr.) in the early 80s. But if you now expect guitar rock and grunge, you are completely wrong, because the band played incredibly fast, complex hardcore for the time, which easily reached the level of the other Boston bands (Jerry's Kids, Negative FX, SSD, ...). The only 7'' with 9 tracks has been booted several times and is rightly considered an absolute classic. In addition to the tracks of the above 7'' there are also the two songs from compilation  "Bands That Could Be God" and the 13 songs from the first demo. If you like original Boston Hardcore and do not already have the songs in another form, it would be a good idea to access them here. Tracks A1 to A9 were originally released as "Deep Wound" 7" on Radiobeat Records in 1983. Tracks A10 and A11 were originally released on the compilation "Bands That Could Be God" on Radiobeat Records in 1984. Tracks A12 to B12 were originally released as "1982 Demo". (Damaged Goods Records)
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    Originally founded in 1980 under the name Dark Self Image by brothers Jay and John Fox, United Mutation sprang from musical influences most hardcore punks either ignored, or denied knowing existed. The dementedly tranquil sounds of The Grateful Dead, the lysergic space rock of Hawkwind, and the complex arrangements of the ultimate anti-hippie Frank Zappa were some of their favorites, but when local punk bands started to pop out their own self-financed vinyl, it inspired them just as much — if not more — as those rare bits of strangeness major labels would release from time to time. Informed in equal parts by self-released singles from their local favorites the Teen Idles and ½ Japanese, the band came upon their own unique sound which combined the breakneck pace of hardcore with a frantic and cathartic take on psychedelia. In 1982 United Mutation entered celebrated D.C. punk recording studio Inner Ear to lay down two sessions, the first with their original lineup of the Fox brothers, vocalist John “Monk” Harding and drummer Sean Sumner, followed by a second session for the Outside Records compilation "Mixed Nuts Don’t Crack", featuring new vocalist and former Dark Self Image drummer, Mike Brown. 1983 saw the band return to Inner Ear to record their debut 7” E.P. "Fugitive Family", a split release between Dischord Records and the band’s newly minted D.S.I. label. "Fugitive Family" is the most well-known of any of the band’s output, due to perhaps the inclusion of the Dischord logo on the back cover, or the sheer mind-blistering assault of the six tracks contained on the original record. This LP compiles all of the aforementioned recordings — 26 tracks total, 6 of which are previously unreleased — all faithfully restored from the original master tapes at Inner Ear for maximum aural freak out. Also included is a 24-page full-color booklet chock full of the band’s politically-tinged xerox collage artwork, housed in a gatefold sleeve featuring more of the same. We’re proud to call this the definitive collection of early United Mutation material!

    Tracklist

    Monk Session
    A1 You Send Me
    A2 Wake Up
    A3 Tear Down The Party
    A4 Happy Daze
    A5 So Morose
    A6 D.C. Screws
    Dischord Session
    A7 Fugitive Family/Plain Truth
    A8 Final Solution
    A9 Passout
    A10 It’s Over
    A11 White Amerika
    A12 I Know A Place
    A13 Own Way
    A14 Lice And Flies...
    Mixed Nuts Don't Crack Session
    B1 White Boy
    B2 Combat Boots
    B3 D.C. Screws The World
    B4 Oh-No
    B5 United Mutation
    B6 Out Of Hand
    B7 Lice & Fleas & Vermin
    B8 Your Own Way
    B9 Rock ‘N’ Roll Party
    B10 TV Preachers & Demons
    B11 Final Solution
    Monk Session Outtake
    B12 Sons Of Sunoco
    (Radio Raheem Records)
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    Deluxe and limited reissue of this 1982 punk classic will be pressed on 140g clear and white mixed vinyl and comes with a bonus 7” Christmas 45rpm single pressed on transparent red vinyl that comes in a repro of the original picture sleeve. The Christmas single has been out of print since original release in 1982. Package will also include a cardboard art-stencil of the band logo from the cover art. All tracks previously released. LP: 1.Let'’s Have A War 2. Beef Boloney 3. Camarillo 4. I Don’t Care About You 5. New York’s Alright If You Like Saxophones 6. Gimmie Some Action 7. Foreign Policy 8. We Destroy The Family 9. I Love Livin’ In The City 10. Disconnected 11. We Got To Get Out Of This Place 12. Fresh Flesh 13. Getting The Brush 14. No More Nothing 7” single Side A: Fuck Christmas / 7” single Side B:(Beep) Christmas "When John Belushi tried to book Black Flag on Saturday Night Live the powers that be shook with fear and vetoed the idea on the spot. They did, however, suggest the band Fear as a replacement. somewhat paradoxically, Fear, with all its sound, fury, and decidedly politically incorrect ideas, was somehow acceptable. make no mistake, The Record is aggressive, offensive, and loud - it is the sound of a kid flipping the bird. and there is a barreling, garage-like catchiness to anthems such as 'I Love Living in the City.' the difference between Fear and bands like Black Flag is a subtle but crucial one: Fear does not cross the line into aural violence. perhaps it is the tongue-in-cheek quality to Lee Ving's rants about minority groups in 'Let's Have a War.' ving may be giving everyone within earshot the finger but he's doing it from a moving car." (Rhino/Warner/2021)
  • The 1988 crustcore classic debut from Deviated Instinct. Norwich?s primo kings of stench-headed mayhem, Deviated Instinct, were a main force in the UK scene, starting with the classic Welcome to the Orgy EP, which was among Peaceville?s earliest releases. The band toured extensively with acts such as Napalm Death, Carcass, Bolt Thrower, Amebix among others in the years to follow before disbanding in 1994. Deviated Instinct were favourites of the legendary John Peel and the band recorded two sessions with him in the early 1990s. Rock n Roll Conformity was the band?s debut full length album - originally released in 1988 - and demonstrated a ferocity matching any of their peers. The album was recorded at Lion Studios and produced by Peaceville founder Paul ?Hammy? Halmshaw. 2019 vinyl edition with original sleeve art and remastered audio. (Peaceville Records)
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    Group Sex 40th Anniversary vinyl. This deluxe vinyl release includes a deluxe 20-page booklet featuring rare photos, flyers, testimonials, and behind the scene stories from iconic figures such as Mike Ness (SOCIAL DISTORTION), Tony Hawk (Skateboarder), Shepard Fairey (Artist/Obey), and Brett Gurewitz (BAD RELIGION/Epitaph Records). • Includes 5 bonus songs from the bands’ first rehearsal in 1980 • All songs have been remastered • Includes a deluxe 20-page booklet featuring rare photos, flyers, testimonials, and behind the scene stories from iconic figures such as Mike Ness (Social Distortion), Tony Hawk (Skateboarder), Shepard Fairey (Artist Obey), and Brett Gurewitz (Bad Religion / Epitaph Records) (Trust Records)
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    POISON IDEA's 1990 masterpiece is back!! This double-LP set is the first authorized reissue of "Feel The Darkness" in 15 years!! -Remastered from the original 24-track analog reels by Joel Grind (Toxic Holocaust)! -Includes the original 13-song LP, plus a bonus LP of singles, b-sides, outtakes and remixes that together comprise the entire FTD recording sessions!! Side A (Original Album) 1. Plastic Bomb 2. Deep Sleep 3. The Badge 4. Just To Get Away 5. Gone For Good 6. Death Of An Idiot Blues 7. Taken By Surprise Side B (Original Album) 1. Alan's On Fire 2. Welcome To Krell 3. Nation Of Finks 4. Backstab Gospel 5. Painkiller 6. Feel The Darkness Side C (Singles, B-sides & Outtakes) 1. We Got The Beat (the Go-Gos) 2. Discontent 3. Jail House Stomp 4. The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff) 5. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Lloyd Price) 6. This Is It Side D (Alternate Mixes) 1. Plastic Bomb (Alternate Mix) 2. Death Of An Idiot Blues (Thee Idiot Mix) 3. Feel The Darkness (Remix 4. Crack Smoking Freak (TKO Records)