• Washington DC is not only one of the places where USHC started , but also a place where over the next 35 years there were outstanding bands that kept the high reputation of the local scene. Protester appeared out of this vibrant local scene, firstly as a one-man project, which quickly turned into a real band and immediately become one of the best and hard hitting bands we could hear. These guys know their history and brought elements of early Boston, NYC, DCHC and late'80's Clevo or Seattle to their sound (think Confront , Brotherhood , SSD or early Agnostic Front) but they were smart enough to avoid the "retro" tag and smart enough again to make it sounding like it's now but being far from polished, overproduced and pleasant sounding. This release documents the first period of the band and it's coming out to support their European tour with Red Death (May/June 2016). It contain 15 songs (incl. Last Rights and Agnostic Front covers) that originally were released on demo tape, first 7", limited promo tape and "The Red Line" tape comp so everything right before their "No identity" 7" on Triple B records. (Refuse Records) https://refuserecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-first-two-years
  • New full length from Protestera which gives us a new approach to society and its boundaries. Taking up where Rock n riot left off; raging speed and anger, as fast and aggressive and powerful a-punk could get. 11 songs in total (3 are re-recorded) that show that this band manages to invent themselves over and over again from release to release. The thoughtful lyrix and thoughts are printed in a 36-pages booklet with lots of graphics. The title really says it all; 01.05.1886. The date itself is when the Haymarker massacre took place where five anarchists where sentenced to death for throwing a bomb into a crowd of people. All of them where innocent. Although this was a long time ago, 140 years to be exact, the situation is basicly the same today. If you have an opinion about society that´s not really applied in today´s society, you still will be sentenced for your thoughts. (Skuld Records)
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    In the late Seventies, Belfast produced some of the best and most enduring punk records. Bandwise, Stiff Little Fingers and the Undertones were destined to have the biggest impact on the mainstream, but just as important were bands like Rudi and The Outcasts who, alongside the Undertones, got their first break on the legendary Good Vibrations label. Following fast on their heels were a band of school kids known as Protex, whose debut single ‘Don’t Ring Me Up’ appeared at the end of 1978 and is rightly considered to be one of the classics of that era. This is the first album of PROTEX, recorded in 1979-1980 for a release on Polydor records, but the record never came out because the label was interested in the next big thing, after punk rock.... The guys from Sing Sing Records unearthed this masterpiece and put it out in 2010, it was sold out and OOP soon afterwards. So nearly 10 years after you have the possibility to buy this classic for a normal price. The Bachelor Records release of "Strange Obsessions" is not only a simple repress, we managed to improve the sound and speed, thanks to Eric Brady, PLUS the artwork was changed a bit too! (Bachelor Records)
  • The fifth full-length release for the Detroit post-punk band was produced by David Tolomei. Following the release of Relatives In Descent, the band’s critically acclaimed headlong dive into the morass of American life in 2017, Ultimate Success Today continues to further expand the possibilities of what a Protomartyr album can sound like. Buy and receive an instant download of the full release now. Comes with an MP3 and WAV download card. (Domino Records)
  • Re-issue of the classic LP by Puke from 1987. Puke played melodic, fast paced slightly metallic punk in the late 80's with a sound that set them apart from more hardcore bands like Anti Cimex and Crude SS or more straight forward punk bands like Asta Kask and Strebers. (New Prejudice a2o Records)
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    "Club Mondo Bizarre" is the third album of the Austrian death metal band Pungent Stench originally released in 1994 on Nuclear Blast records. On "Club Mondo Bizarre", Pungent Stench tones down its grindcore/death metal similar to how Carcass and Entombed toned down theirs on Heartwork and Wolverine Blues, respectively, putting more emphasis on clear-cut song structuring with memorable riff-driven verses and vocal-chorus hooks. The group's songs benefit tremendously, making this its strongest album. (Back On Black Rcecords)
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    Beat Generation presents a reissue of Pure Hell sole full-length album, recorded in 1978 but not released until 2006. In 1974, on the streets of Philadelphia, a band unlike any other was formed. They called themselves Pretty Poison. They had a sound so ahead of its time that the music industry was not yet ready for it. They coupled the punk sound of the New York bands of the time with a harder, faster heavy metal edge unheard before. Their unique sound was a result of Kenny Gordon's berserk choreography and Preston Morris's needling guitar riffs, while Steel and Spider added synchronized barrage with no nonsense execution to the arsenal. Inspired by the famous fuel-altered dragster, they changed their name to Pure Hell in 1975. Soon after, they moved to New York City where they played with bands like the New York Dolls, Sid Vicious, Wayne County and the Electric Chairs, The Dead Boys, The Stimulators, Richard Hell, The Germs, The Nuns, The Cramps and more. In 1978 Pure Hell headlined a tour of the UK, with bands like the UK Subs, Wilko Johnson, Vermilion & the Aces and more opening for them. While in the UK, their only original record was released. It was a single released by their manager Curtis Knight on his label, Golden Sphinx Records. The songs on the single were "These Boots Were Made for Walking" and "No Rules." The single charted in the top 40 charts in the UK. During the same year, a full length album was recorded but was never released. It did not surface again for 28 years. (Beat Generation)
  • Formed in Philadelphia in 1974 Pure Hell were the first all African-American punk band. The band was a huge influence on Bad Brains, friends with the New York Dolls, and shared a stage with Sid Vicious, but due to management issues were only able to release this one single before breaking up in 1978. The single and their one unreleased album, which has finally seen the light of day, show that Pure Hell were not only ground breaking for their skin color but for their snotty and gritty post-glam punk sound. Another classic American KBD single from Radiation Reissues. (Radiation Records)
  • French Oi legend with unreleased tracks from 1982-1984 recorded in 2015. Clear vinyl. (Dirty Punk Recors/Contra Recors)
  • RADIO BIRDMAN | T-shirt

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    Όλα τα μελάνια υδατικής βάσης για εκτύπωση μεταξοτυπίας έχουν πιστοποίηση ECO-Passport. Κάθε στάμπα και λογότυπο αποτελούν χειροποίητη μεταξοτυπία. 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.
  • Postpunk απο Αθήνα για οπαδούς Gang Of Four/Abwarts. 100 κοπιες μονο. (Self Released)
  • RAISED FIST | dedication | LP/Silver or CD

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    A concise, cranium splitting, stipped-to-the-bone, audio onslaught! The avatars of Swedish hardcore are back with their second release for Epitaph and they clearly mean business. "Dedication" features maniacally focused and furious vocals, drums that reach ungodly speeds and a blistering guitar storm that will peel the chrome off a trailer hitch. "Dedication" is a pure hardcore expression of monumental proportions. (Burning Heart Records)
  • RAKTA | falha comum | LP

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    With a slight line up change in the drum department we see RAKTA tighten up their more tense, soundtrack natured developments alongside their more sparse and vulnerable elegance. They consistently manage to create a tripped out creep chamber with room to explore as the aura builds to nightmare crescendos juxtaposed with shaking silences. Simultaneously eerie and serene. With each new release we see more and more of what makes this group so essential in the canon of modern music. 300 copies on black vinyl and 100 on bone colour vinyl housed in a beautiful printed inner sleeve inside a heavy duty reversible cover with a vellum insert. Recorded by Fernando Sanchez. Mastered by James Plotkin. Art by André Penteado, Karlla Giratto and Rakta. Includes digital pre-order of Falha Comum. You get 1 track 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.  USA press on Iron Lung Records. Brazilian press on Nada Nada / Dama da Noite. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
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    Fan club repress of one of the hardest to find RAMONES LPs.
  • RAMONES | Flag

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    Size: 100 x 150 cm Material: 120 grams/m² polyester. (washable at 30 degrees). Μέγεθος: 100 x 150 cm Υλικό: 120 γραμμάρια / m² πολυεστέρα. (πλένετε στους 30 βαθμούς).
  • On tour supporting their 12th studio album 'Mondo Bizarro', the Ramones rolled into the Hollywood Palladium to a crowd of adoring fans. Featuring a grip of classic tunes like 'I Wanna Be Sedated', 'Rockaway Beach', and 'Sheena Is A Punk Rocker', as well as new tunes like 'Strength To Endure' and the amazing nod to Tipper Gore and her Parents Music Resource Center, 'Censorshit'. A great live broadcast from one of the legends of American punk rock. SIDE 1: 1. Durango 95/Teenage Lobotomy 2. Psychotherapy 3. Blitzkrieg Bop 4. Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio? 5. Rock 'N' Roll High School 6. I Wanna Be Sedated 7. Censorshit 8. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 9. Rockaway Beach SIDE 2: 1. Pet Sematary 2. I Wanna Be Well 3. Somebody Put Something In My Drink 4. Poison Heart 5. Strength To Endure (Mind Control Records)
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    “Road To Ruin” is the fourth studio album by American punk rock band the Ramones, released in 1978.  It was the first Ramones album to feature new drummer Marky Ramone. The cover artwork was designed by Ramones fan Gus MacDonald and illustrated by underground cartoonist, John Holstrom. The artwork is now available as a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle printed on high quality board. 500 pieces Weight: 490g Jigsaw size: 39cm x 39cm Box size: 30.9cm x 30.9cm x 2.8cm Colour : None Product type : Puzzle Label : ZEE COMPANY
  • Despite carrying on the celebratory tone of The Ramones' debut and Leave Home in the likes of Sheena Is A Punk Rocker, Cretin Hop a tribute to dirty Rockaway Beach and covers of The Trashmen and Do You Wanna Dance? Their third LP from 1977 displays a dark humour that's less jokey than the previous releases' goofs on bad mental health and dysfunctional relationships. the group's best-produced of its first three releases, rocket achieves an almost smooth texture thanks to a clean mix and increased use of Beach Boys-inspired vocal harmonies.
    The Ramones ignited the punk-rock movement with their eponymous 1976 debut album, revitalizing rock and roll at one of its lowest ebbs with attitude, energy and a loud, fast new sound. By cutting music down to its bare essentials – four chords; a simple, catchy melody; a sped up tempo and irresistibly inane lyrics, the Ramones blazed the trail for thousands of bands that followed, influencing everyone from The Clash and The Sex Pistols to Green Day and The Offspring. Although The Ramones never achieved mainstream financial success, they released 21 live and studio albums, had a devoted fan base and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. • 180g Vinyl LP • Superior 2017 remastered audio
    (Rhino Records)
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    The Ramones ignited the punk-rock movement with their eponymous 1976 debut album, revitalizing rock and roll at one of its lowest ebbs with attitude, energy and a loud, fast new sound. By cutting music down to its bare essentials – four chords; a simple, catchy melody; a sped up tempo and irresistibly inane lyrics, the Ramones blazed the trail for thousands of bands that followed, influencing everyone from The Clash and The Sex Pistols to Green Day and The Offspring. Although The Ramones never achieved mainstream financial success, they released 21 live and studio albums, had a devoted fan base and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. The Sire Years 1976-1981 collects the band’s first six albums: - Ramones (1976) - Leave Home (1977) - Rocket To Russia (1977) - Road To Ruin (1978) - End Of The Century (1980) - Pleasant Dreams (1981) (Rhino Records)
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    The Old Waldorf broadcast is a perfect document of the energy and ferocity of the early Ramones as a live act. Limited to 500 copies. (Nicotine Kick Records)
  • Skullcrushing 80's style HxCx from Athens. Pro tape limited to 150 copies. Co-release with Under The Demos recs & the band. (Extreme Earslaughter/Under The Demos)
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    20th Anniversary Edition. Audiophile 180 gram vinyl. Remastered from original tapes. Includes giant poster + lyric sheet. Absolutely classic punk album from Tim and the gang, released on Epitaph Records in 1995. About half of Rancid's present day live set is comprised of songs from this album. Singles at the time included Time Bomb, Ruby Soho, Olympia, WA and Roots Radicals. However, Journey to the End of the East Bay, The 11th Hour, Maxwell Murder and Old Friend have become Rancid classics in their own right. (Epitaph Records)
  • RANCID | let’s go | CD

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    Rancid's second LP, released in 1994, is disarmingly good from start to finish. With roots set firmly in their Berkeley punk rock origins, on Let's Go Rancid set out with heart, soul and vehemence to reach new heights in their music. Some of the highlights are "Salvation," "Radio," and "Nihilism," but all the of the songs bristle with the unmatched signature of Tim Armstrong's intensely evocative writing style. Recorded in their hometown of Berkeley CA, at legendary Fantasy Studios and mixed in Los Angeles at Westbeach Recorders, Let's Go foreshadows the ground breaking success that would be found on their next record, And Out Come the Wolves. (Epitaph Records)
  • RANCID | same title | CD

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    From its ominous, xeroxed album cover, to the barely legible lyric sheet to the sheer chaos invoked by the music, Rancid 2000 (as the second self-titled LP has come to be known) is "paint-peeling punk rock of the highest order." Produced by long-time friend and producer Brett Gurewitz, most of the 22 songs clock in at well under two minutes, and there are absolutely no ballads. Guitars are driven to within inches of meltdown, the bass burns with the signature maniacal virtuosity of Matt Freeman, and the vocals are delivered with raging conviction. Rancid's hardest, fastest record to date! (Hellcat Records)
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    “Noise with distortion – it’s the Thrash core. Musical destruction, now another war… it’s an expression. Here’s the Thrash War!” these are the lyrics of the title track, to give you a picture of the sonic hecatomb that these French maniacs were unleashing. Out of tune guitars, manic fast drumming and rabid vocals… logos of LÄRM, KAAOS, HEADCLEANERS, EU’S ARSE on their jackets. Add that their only 7″ got originally released on “Caos Produzioni” by the singer of WRETCHED… you can easily guess how they were sounding. RAPT were certainly not the earliest Hardcore band in the 80’s French scene but certainly one of the fastest and noisiest. This total discography set authorized by the band’s bass player and screamer Olivier collects their Split 7″ with Final Blast, all their demos (also including the 3rd one recorded in NYC with a different line-up) and a very detailed selection of rare recordings, most of which have never been released to date. Each session has been transferred from the mastertapes provided by the band and accurately mastered for vinyl, you have never heard RAPT sounding so powerful and clear as on this ultimate release. Housed in a gatefold sleeve with a fanzine styled booklet full of photos, flyers, zine excerpts and original artworks. The extra 7″ has the NYC demo 1987 while the bonus CD has all what you’ll find on the LP and 7″ + some bonus live and rehearsals. (F.O.A.D. Records)