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    Starting in 1981 via Minor Threat’s revolutionary call to arms, the clean and positive straight edge hardcore punk movement took hold and prospered during the 1980s, earning a position as one of the most durable yet chronically misunderstood music subcultures. Straight edge created its own sound and visual style, went on to embrace vegetarianism, and later saw the rise of a militant fringe. As the “don’t drink, don’t smoke” message spread from Washington, D.C., to Boston, California, New York City, and, eventually, the world, adherents struggled to define the fundamental ideals and limits of what may be the ultimate youth movement. Tony Rettman traces the story of straight edge from adolescent origins to enduring counterculture via fresh first-hand accounts from the clear and alert members of Minor Threat, SS Decontrol, Youth of Today, DYS, Slapshot, Uniform Choice, 7 Seconds, Stalag 13, Justice League, Chain of Strength, No for an Answer, Insted, Gorilla Biscuits, Judge, Bold, Project X, Lärm, Brotherhood, Shelter, H2O, Half Off, Resurrection, Raid, Strife, Earth Crisis, Vegan Reich, Mindset, Stop and Think, Mouthpiece, Floorpunch, Ten Yard Fight, Mental, Fucked Up, Trial, Have Heart, Praise, Clear, the Geeks, and many others. TONY RETTMAN is the author of NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980–1990 and Why Be Something That You’re Not: Detroit Hardcore 1979–1985. His writing has appeared in The Village Voice, The Guardian, The Wire, Red Bull Music Academy Daily, and many other print and online outlets. He has provided liner notes for releases by the Circle Jerks, Warzone, the Crumbsuckers, and Beyond, and he hosted the Green Room Radio podcast. In the late 1980s, he coedited the fanzine Common Sense, in which he interviewed the likes of Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits, Chain of Strength, Insted, No for an Answer, and many other straight edge hardcore bands. Rettman resides on the North Shore of Long Island with his wife, two cats, and an inoperative hot tub. • Foreword by Anthony “CIV” Civorelli • ISBN 978-1-935950-24-0 • Deluxe softcover; 384 heavily illustrated pages plus 16pp full-color insert featuring Minor Threat, 7 Seconds, SSD, Uniform Choice, Insted, Youth of Today, Bold, Judge, Lärm, Strife, Resurrection, Earth Crisis, and others. • Dimensions: 6.75″ x 9.5″ (170mm x 240mm); 2.75 lb. (1.2 kg)
  • EUROPEAN PRESS. "This is one small attempt to make something of the bewildering history of these 'united states,' and the long age of exile that follows in the wake of this colonial project. An attempt to become better students of the land we occupy, and the long resistance of its stewards to cultural and ecological decimation. A vehicle for histories that won't sit still. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve listened to Age of Exile in the past few weeks. I got a preview before it came out and on the first listen I was hooked. My first impression was that it sounded like Kaleidoscope (with whom Straw Man Army shares members), but it’s reaching toward something more like the song-oriented anarcho punk of Zounds and Crisis. I’ve been playing this record into the ground in the subsequent weeks, though, and there’s so much more to hear than a simple “this kinda sounds like this” comparison. One thing Straw Man Army shares with Kaleidoscope is a sense of rhythmic sophistication and inventiveness" Sorry State (D4MT Labs Inc Neurosonic Research/2021)
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    Dublin's STRONG BOYS return with their first release in six years with the 'Homo' EP. With about as much subtlety as a pub fight spilling onto the street, these four tracks vent against the church, dated attitudes, predatory creeps with wandering hands and more. This is still defiantly gay hardcore with no meat on the bone for admirers of 86 Mentality and Negative Approach. The record comes housed in a fold out sleeve showcasing new artwork from legendary gay manga artist Gengoroh Tagame and lettering from Nicky Rat. First pressing is 350 copies on blue vinyl and 150 on white for mailorder only. (Static Shock Records)
  • A lot of people have been asking us when "PERUVIAN VACATION" would be back in print - and here's the reason for the delay - a super deluxe CD version (with the bonus record featuring all tracks from the "Unreleased Mr Adult LP session and the January 1985 demo - 16 additional tracks, 12 of which appear on vinyl for the first time!) This is a must own for any fans of the era, archiving recordings that are almost three decades old into a wonderful, must own package!


    Peruvian Vacation
    1 Virgin Bombshell Fucker / It's Fun To You
    2 Wipe Out
    3 You Shoulda Listened
    4 Always Never Fun
    5 I Scream Inside
    6 You Die
    7 Peruvian Vacation
    8 This Is The Norm?
    9 So Much Fun
    10 Born To Built To Grind
    11 In Bed At Night
    12 I Don't Wanna Get Involved With You
    13 The Pit
    14 Life's A Drag
    Unreleased "Mr. Adult" LP
    15 Wipe Out
    16 You Shoulda Listened
    17 Always Never Fun
    18 I Am Ill
    19 What Happens Next
    20 In Bed At Night
    21 Born To F✶✶k
    22 So Much Fun
    23 This Is The Norm?
    Unreleased Demo Tracks Recorded 3/1/1985
    24 Sleeping Troubles
    25 This Is The Norm?
    26 Taken Too Many
    27 Elephant Man
    28 The Pit
    29 I Am Ill
    30 Linden Sell Me Your Scarf
    Unreleased Coolest Retards Demo Tracks Recorded 3/1/1985
    31 Livin' In A Dream
    32 Buthole
    33 Vicky
    (Boss Tuneage Records)
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    Subdued unleash their crushing debut album and not a moment too soon. In these dark and bleak days of 2020 they deliver a perfect album of classic anarcho punk with gothic tinges. impassioned vocals, raging guitar work that ranges from straight ahead to every so tinted flanged sounds mix with a locked in, energetic and relentless rhythm section. Their are moments of quiet and calm, spoken word vocals and metallic edges that just add to the tension and intensity. if someone told you that this was released in 1986 on Mortarhate, you wouldn’t be surprised. This album, along with Bad Breeding are setting the bar for a new golden age of anrcho punk in the UK. This album deserves a place in your collection next to Icons Of Filth, Anti Sect, Vex and Exit Stance. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records) https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/album/over-the-hills-and-far-away
  • Subhumans are one of the most influential bands from the UK Anarcho-Punk scene of the 80's, filed right alongside Crass and Conflict, and just as relevant today as they were during the darkest days of Thatcher's Britain. Take your choice in how to label them – Punk, UK82, Crusty, etc. – therein lies the attraction and consequent reason for their popularity, the band epitomizes non-conformity and connects with people in many different scenes. This is their first new music in 12 years - all brand new songs about terror/pollution/mind control and similar reflections on a world in crisis! Subhumans don’t really need much in the way of introduction - since 1980, they’ve recorded and released a powerhouse of a back catalog that completely stands the test of time. ‘The Day the Country Died’ (1983) and ‘From the Cradle to the Grave’ (1984) are two classic albums in practically every punk’s collection. This album will undoubtedly be filed right alongside these records as another huge contribution to the world of punk they helped create. Pirates Press Records are thrilled to be releasing this new record, and Subhumans are embarking on a year of touring in both Europe and North America! The social and political commentary of bands like Subhumans forged a path, along with their contemporaries, for punk to change lives and opinions around the world. Sadly the things they sang about forty years ago are largely just as important now, sometimes more so in an age of Trump and Brexit. We can’t wait to hear more of what they have to say about the current political climate, the immense imbalance of wealth and power, and the causes they hold near and dear to their hearts. (Pirates Press Records) https://subhumans.bandcamp.com/album/crisis-point  
  • An audiophile pressing on 180-gram vinyl. Their fourth proper studio album, originally released in 1990, as their previous release, 'Controlled By Hatred'/'Feel Like Shit... Déjà Vu', is considered a double-EP of stop-gap material rather than a full-length album. This was the only full length album to feature the "classic" Suicidal Tendencies line-up, which many fans feel was technically the strongest lineup the band has had to date. (Music On Vinyl)
  • Limited repress on Restless Empire. Red/black splatter vinyl.Suicidal Tendencies is the debut studio album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies. The album was released on July 5, 1983, through Frontier Records with the catalog number FLP 011. It became one of the best-selling punk albums at the time and launched the band into its future success. Suicidal Tendencies has received positive reviews from music critics, and by 1993, the album had sold at least 400,000 copies. "Institutionalized" was released as a single to promote the album. (Restless Empire Records)
  • The Art of Rebellion is the sixth studio album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, originally released in 1992. The album maintains its position as the band's most commercially successful studio album to date, and the songs "Nobody Hears" and "I'll Hate You Better" have the distinction of being the only top 40 hits in Suicidal Tendencies' career. The songs on The Art of Rebellion show the band's continuing experimentation with funk that had begun on this album's predecessor, Lights...Camera...Revolution! [MOVLP749], as well as more progressive song structures, a somewhat more alternative atmosphere, and even pop-oriented sounds. This helped the band not only outride the explosion of alternative in the early 90s, it also helped them gain a fan base within that community. Nonetheless, the album still stays true to the band's thrash and punk roots on many of the songs. The Art of Rebellion has achieved gold status and peaked at number 52 on the Billboard 200. (Music on Vinyl)
  • Produced, recorded and mixed by Billy Anderson (Neurosis, Swans, Melvins, Sleep, etc.), this time recorded in Portland, OR (US). One-hour organic sonic ritual transferred onto tape. It’s not a collection of “hits” put together, but a whole concept here; an indivisible, unaltered experience… ultimately what a full length album should be. Black vinyl edition limited to 300 copies worldwide. • 140gr. vinyl • 350gr. Gatefold sleeve • Two-sided lyrics insert • Polylined black-inked paper bag • Outer plastic bag (Throne Records)
  • The prolific Svaveldioxid have recorded a new album of 10 tracks which follows up their recent split EP with Skeleton released late last year. If you like Swedish crust from the 80s (early Totalitär, Anti-Cimex, Crude SS, etc.) right on through to the 90s (Skitsystem, Wolfpack, etc.) Svaveldioxid are the band for you. With bruising beats, straightforward Cimex / Totalitär-style riffs, and crunchy, metallic production, they are the best of both worlds. (Phobia Records)
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    SWANS | cop | LP

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    Cop is the second studio album by American experimental rock band Swans. It was released in 1984. (SW Records/Unofficial Release)
  • Straight from the depths of an unused Boston-area concrete laboratory comes the debut of Sweeping Promises. Written and recorded with a patented ""single mic technique"" just before quarantine, ""Hunger for a Way Out"", is a post-punk leaning gem of unpolished DIY sound. The title track kicks things off in absolutely classic fashion, full of spirited hooks that echo the early Rough Trade sound. Angular guitars and sharp synth notes float atop a raw rhythm section, while Lira Mondal's effervescent vocals truly define Sweeping Promises' sound. There's something simple yet otherworldly about these tracks - you have the DIY prowess of Kleenex/LiLiPUT and Girls at Our Best!, a brooding new wave-y minimal synth sound woven in, and an undeniable pop-leaning appeal captured in vibrant monaural glory. It's hard to mistake these ten tracks of naturally urgent and driving post-punk for anything other than sheer brilliance. Sweeping Promises deliver in spades on ""Hunger for a Way Out"". (Feel It Records)
  • Swell Maps – proudly primitive, transcending genre barriers from the start of their career, instinctively experimental. These home-recordings bear testament to six teenagers in the mid-1970s displaying their adventurous attitude with confident, unself-conscious glee. Some of the influences come across in odd combinations of glam, krautrock, the scuzzy end of progressive rock and early glimpses of punk. It shows how ahead of the game they still seem even now in the following century, anticipating punk rock, alt-rock, ambient musics. One track even seems to use hip-hop techniques! They have been recognised as influences on bands as diverse as Sonic Youth, Blur, Pastels and Pavement. They were even featured on a t-shirt worn by one of the characters in a Gorrillaz video! On these recordings they have typically made use of trashy fuzz-tone guitars and wild drums, as well as zither, flutes, home-made instruments and found objects. Of the 23 tracks here all but 4 tunes will be new to even rabid Maps collectors. There are early versions here of their second single ‘Dresden Style’, as well as ‘Harmony In Your Bathroom’, ‘Vertical Slum’ and ‘Full Moon/Blam’, all later to appear on their first album, ‘A Trip To Marineville’. They show, too, their irreverent attitude with versions of the National Anthem and the theme tune from the ‘Batman’ cartoon series. All these performances are previously unreleased, even on bootleg. (Overground Records)
  • 15 politically charged tracks that blend street-punk with a host of genres, in the way that only the Utters can. Don’t let the title fool you… this ain’t no hippy shit. (Fat Wreck Records
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    France’s Syndrome 81 started gaining momentum in the Punk scene with their 2013 demo tape, drawing comparisons to the plethora of great bands that defined the French Oi sound of the 1980s with a heavy stomp culled from classic USHC. The band has progressed since then, and the sound is more diverse but also more defined, having filed off some of the American influences and moved in a darker, distinctly French direction that is both melancholy and anthemic, with lyrics being influenced by growing up in Brest, France. The band comes from this dark place and write songs about their personal struggles growing up and growing old. These are songs about watching your friends lose sight and move on while you question why you are still here, haunted by your past and having to look your former self in the eye while you apologize for who you’ve become. These are songs about trudging through a desert you built yourself. 18 songs from their Demo, Litovsk split, UVPR compilation song, Desert Urbain, BMAB single serie and Urban Savage split. It is coming in a gatefold jackets with awesome drawing by All Cats Are Grey. (Destructure Records / Sabotage Records)
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    SYSTEMA is a hardcore band from Bogotá, Colombia. mainly influenced by the sound of the hardcore from northern Europe and Finnish hardcore of the 80’s, also the raw and angry sound of Latin-American hardcore. I Included members of another colombian bands such as Amenazas, Muro, Doomsday, Sinnaciön and Alambrada, among others. Screenprinted cover and innersleeve Poster A2 (Symphony of Destruction)
  • 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)
  • T.S.O.L. | T-shirt

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    Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. 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.
  • 180 Gram Vinyl Cut from original analogue masters. Released in 1979 Fear of Music is the band's third album. Although often overlooked in favour of it's successor Remain in Light, this album represents a peak for Talking Heads that they could never quite match on subsequent releases. Listen to Life During Wartime for a lesson in true, post-modern, danceable pop with an edge, one of the bands finest along with the groundbreaking I Zimbra and the disturbed Drugs. produced with Brian Eno. (Rhino Records/Sire Records/2013)
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    The musical transition that seemed to have just begun with Fear of Music came to fruition on Talking Heads' fourth album, Remain in Light. "I Zimbra" and "Life During Wartime" from the earlier album served as the blueprints for a disc on which the group explored African polyrhythms on a series of driving groove tracks, over which David Byrne chanted and sang his typically disconnected lyrics. Remain in Light had more words than any previous Heads record, but they counted for less than ever in the sweep of the music. The album's single, "Once in a Lifetime," flopped upon release, but over the years it became an audience favourite due to a striking video, its inclusion in the band's 1984 concert film Stop Making Sense, and its second single release (in the live version) because of its use in the 1986 movie Down and Out in Beverly Hills, when it became a minor chart entry. Byrne sounded typically uncomfortable in the verses ("And you may find yourself in a beautiful house, with a beautiful wife/And you may ask yourself, well, how did I get here?"), which were undercut by the reassuring chorus ("Letting the days go by"). Even without a single, Remain in Light was a hit, indicating that Talking Heads were connecting with an audience ready to follow their musical evolution, and the album was so inventive and influential, it was no wonder. As it turned out, however, it marked the end of one aspect of the group's development and was their last new music for three years. Reissue on 180gr. (Rhino Records/Sire/2013)
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    The debut album from New York-based Talking Heads is a slice of brilliant schizophrenic pop. David Byrne (guitar and vocals), Tina Weymouth (bass), Chris Frantz (drums), and Jerry Harrision (keyboards and guitar) create their own unique sound on classic TH tracks like "Psycho Killer" and "Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town." The urgency of the music heralds in the beginnings of the new wave era. Talking Heads: 77 shows a band at the forefront of a movement, unwilling to conform while making a statement with their sound. Gatefold (blank inside) insert with lyrics, credits and picture. On 180-Gram Vinyl LP. (Rhino Records)
  • Minimal/Dark wave απο Αθήνα. 300 αντίτυπα. (Dark Liquid Records / Liquid Bass Records)

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    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.