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    TUMBAS | dolor | LP

    15.00 incl. tax
    TUMBAS from Bogota/Colombia deviler 9 new tracks of PostPunk/DeathRock for their final Lp, including 4 Bonus tracks from the Demo Cassette! (Symphony of Destruction/2020) https://symphonyofdestruction.bandcamp.com/album/dolor-lp
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    The classic Turbonegro albums, re-released on Indie Recordings; first out Apocalypse Dudes, originally released in 1998. Apocalypse Dudes is the fourth album by the Norwegian band Turbonegro. It is the first studio album with Euroboy as the lead guitarist and the last before the band disbanded in December 1998. Released in early 1998 in Norway and Germany, the album was a huge success for the then underground band. The legendary Turbonegro played their first ever concert in Copenhagen in February 1989, so this year sees the 30th anniversary of this extraordinary band. Indie Recordings are immensely proud to announce that we have obtained the rights to release the Turbonegro catalogue on limited edition coloured vinyl (on never before released vinyl colours), standard vinyl and CD. (Indie Records)
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    TURBONEGRO | ass cobra | LP/Black or LP/Color

    22.0024.00 incl. tax
    The classic Turbonegro albums, re-released on Indie Recordings; Ass Cobra is their third full-length. It was first released on Boomba Records in Germany May 1996 and in 1997 on Sympathy for the Record Industry in the United States. The legendary Turbonegro played their first ever concert in Copenhagen in February 1989, so this year sees the 30th anniversary of this extraordinary band. Indie Recordings are immensely proud to announce that we have obtained the rights to release the Turbonegro catalogue on limited edition coloured vinyl (on never before released vinyl colours), standard vinyl and CD. (Indie Records)
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    Black 140g vinyl with printed paper bag. Hot Cars & Spent Contraceptives is the first full-length album by Norwegian band Turbonegro. It was released on March, 1992. The legendary Turbonegro played their first ever concert in Copenhagen in February 1989, so this year sees the 30th anniversary of this extraordinary band. During these 30 years the band have released a series of classic albums from the first album Hot Cars and Spent Contraceptives in 1992 to the latest release so far, RockNRoll Machine in 2018, toured around the globe on their own and with bands like QOTSA and Marilyn Manson, and built a massive worldwide following of local Turbojugend. Indie Recordings are immensely proud to announce that we have obtained the rights to release the Turbonegro catalogue on limited edition coloured vinyl (on never before released vinyl colours), standard vinyl and CD. The release series started October 2019 to coincide with the start of the band’s Anniversary tour which kicked off with a series of Scandinavian dates. The first releases were the albums Apocalypse Dudes and Ass Cobra, which are now followed by Hot Cars & Used Contraceptives and Never is Forever, with more titles to follow later in 2020 (Indie Records)
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    Black 140g vinyl with printed paper bag. Never Is Forever is the second full-length album by the Norwegian band Turbonegro released in 1994 The legendary Turbonegro played their first ever concert in Copenhagen in February 1989, so this year sees the 30th anniversary of this extraordinary band. During these 30 years the band have released a series of classic albums from the first album Hot Cars and Spent Contraceptives in 1992 to the latest release so far, RockNRoll Machine in 2018, toured around the globe on their own and with bands like QOTSA and Marilyn Manson, and built a massive worldwide following of local Turbojugend. Indie Recordings are immensely proud to announce that we have obtained the rights to release the Turbonegro catalogue on limited edition coloured vinyl (on never before released vinyl colours), standard vinyl and CD. The release series started October 2019 to coincide with the start of the band’s Anniversary tour which kicked off with a series of Scandinavian dates. The first releases were the albums Apocalypse Dudes and Ass Cobra, which are now followed by Hot Cars & Used Contraceptives and Never is Forever, with more titles to follow later in 2020 (Indie Records)
  • Party Animals is an album by the Norwegian band Turbonegro released in April 2005. It is the final album in the Apocalypse trilogy. The bonus DVD contains the Hank von Helvete workout video (Hank in a gym, showing how to lift weights etc.): 'A guide to the perfect deathpunk body'. (Abacus Records)
  • Outstanding discography Lp from this Cult Yugoslav hardcore band. Most people know their track on Welcome to to 1984 and some have picked up the Corpus Delecti 7" re issue, this Lp contains those, plus more comp tracks, demos and out takes. Unlike a lot of barrel scraping discographies, all the material on here is top notch, even the demo and out take stuff. Really raw and aggro hardcore, sounds like a perfect mix of Discharge and Wretched. Totally excellent. (Rest In Punk Records)
  • UBIK | ubik | 7”

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    300 copies. New self titled EP from Melbourne four piece UBIK, featuring members from Cutsick, Agents of Abhorrence, Internal Rot, Masses & Red Red Krovvy. Adapting their brat-beat style punk combining elements of early 77' bands such as CRISIS with fem-fronted dystopian anarcho similar to HONEY BANE or CRASS to create a punk soundscape in turmoil, tightly wound but also tongue in cheek. (Symphony of Destruction)
  •   Ultimo Resorte is legendary Punk Band from Barcelona. Reissue of their classic debut 7" from 1982. (Radikal 1977 Records)  
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    Back in print for the first time in five years! Fully licenced reissue. Originally released on Riot City Records in 1983 and quickly becoming one of the label's most highly sought after releases, Ultra-Violent recorded just one single before breaking up when vocalist Adie went on to front the Metal incarnation of the English Dogs. Three songs of blistering UK82, and quite possibly the best record in the genre. Finally reissued in it's original format, with original copies regularly selling for £70+ online. An excruciating amount of thought and love has been poured into this release to make it the best reissue it could be. The accompanying insert also features reprints of original fanzine coverage, several previously unpublished photographs and also for the first time, a lyric sheet. Remastered at North London Bomb Factory by Daniel Husayn. (Bomb All Records)
  • ULTRA VIOLENT | T-shirt

    11.00 incl. tax
    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. 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.
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    UNDERDOG | matchless | CD

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    In the late '80s, Underdog were a staple of the New York hardcore scene. The band was spearheaded by vocalist Richie Birkenhead, who played guitar in Youth of Today between 1986 and 1987, and Russ 'Wheeler' Iglay, who did time in Murphy's Law. And while Underog only lasted four years and went through numerous lineup changes, they made their mark with tight, punchy and melodic songs and lots of cool skateboard imagery. On May 18, the band's discography will be reissued on a CD titled 'Matchless.' "This release has been a long time coming," said Iglay. "We're glad that it's going to see the light of day this spring on Bridge Nine, and we can't wait to get out there and play more shows this year."
    The album features the 1988 demo 'Over the Edge,' which scored Underdog a deal with Caroline Records, and the full album 'The Vanishing Point,' produced by the legendary Don Fury (Agnostic Front, Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits).
    Back in 1989, Underdog supported 'The Vanishing Point' with a full U.S. tour, but the members weren't getting along and after they arrived back home they canceled their European tour and decided to go on hiatus. The break seemed permanent until 1998, when the band did a reunion tour. (Bridge 9 Records)
    https://bridge9.bandcamp.com/album/matchless
  • Uniform Choice originally formed in 1982 in Newport Beach, CA and in September 1982, recorded these four tracks known as the "Orange Peel Sessions". This era of the band did not feature the members that played on the "Screaming For Change" record and is indeed a very different sounding band with a style much more akin to the Orange County beach punk at the time or late-'70s UK bands. This 7" still serves as an important documentation of one of OC's best bands at their infancy as well as a snapshot of that time and scene in general. (Dr. Strange Records)
  • (Shipping: October) One of the greatest American Hardcore releases of the 80s’ gets the deluxe Southern Lord reissue treatment! "Screaming For Change" was the debut album from Orange County, Californias’ godfathers of positive Hardcore: Uniform Choice. It was originally released in 1986 on the bands own label: Wishing Well Records. Vocalist Pat Dubar recently contacted Southern Lord with the desire to have a official re-issue of the classic album “done right”. After several unauthorized, completely sub-par bootlegs appeared Pat wanted a definitive version released to set the record straight! This essential piece of hardcore history has been remastered from the original tapes by Brad Boatright (Excel, Nails, High on Fire, YDI, Brotherhood). The elaborate packaging includes a 8 page 12”x12” booklet bound into a stoughton tip-on gatefold jacket. There are a ton of amazing, never before published photos from the personal archives of the band and their friends. This is a very special release that is not to be missed! (Southern Lord Records)
  • UNIFORM CHOICE | T-shirt

    14.00 incl. tax
    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.
    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.
  • UNIT PRIDE was a band from California's Bay Area that was a part of the late-'80s "youth crew" hardcore scene. The singer, Eric Ozenne, went on to front THE NERVE AGENTS (Hellcat/Revelation), REDEMPTION 87 (Blackout/New Age), and SAID RADIO (Mankind). This collection includes the long-out-of-print UNIT PRIDE Then And Now 7", originally released in 1988 on Step Forward Records, as well as their even rarer, self-released Holding On Strong demo from 1987. Originally reissued by Mankind Records in 2002, this is the first new vinyl re-pressing of this release in over 10 years. FOR FANS OF: GORILLA BISCUITS, SIDE BY SIDE, YOUTH OF TODAY. Tracks A1 to A6 recorded in July 1988 @ Razor's Edge Studio, San Francisco. Previously released as the "Then And Now" 7" EP in 1988 on Step Forward Records. Tracks B1 to B8 recorded in January 1988 @ Maximum Rocknroll. Previously released as the "Holding On Strong" demo tape in 1988. Printed lyric insert included. Blue vinyl + CD. (Mankind Records)
  • UNITY | blood days | CD

    15.00 incl. tax
    This Orange County hardcore classic is finally back in press. More mature sounding than their "you are one" 7". This record still packs a powerful punch with songs 13 metallic guitar and more punk-ish tracks. Members of UNITY went on in IGNITE, NO FOR AN ANSWER, UNIFORM CHOICE. Vinyl comes with lyricsheet, poster and includes a digital download card. Truly a piece of hardcore history. Originally released in 1989. (Lost and Found Records)
  • Disperazione Nevrotica was the first solo 7" for Upset Noise, released in 1985, a year after their split with Warfare. In my humble opinion, Disperazione Nevrotica is the band´s best material ever. Raw, angry yet melancholic hardcore with critical socio-political lyrics. The record is the exact replica of their DIY 1985 release including the insert. The only difference is that it runs on 33 RPM rather than 45. (No Plan Records)  
  • A re-issue of the classic 7" by one of the most sought after and enigmatic bands from the earliest days of New York hardcore. Despite the obscurity of the original release, URBAN WASTE was made famous through their signature style of blown-out, over the top hardcore replete with trademark menacing buzzsaw guitars and piercing vocals. This is an official release. Finally re-pressed again. Vinyl includes a digital download card. (Mad At The World)
  • UZI | cadena de odio | LP

    15.00 incl. tax
    Debut full length by these energetic and most inspiring Bogotá tupa-tupa hardcore punks. (Adult Crash Records) https://uzipunkbogota.bandcamp.com/album/silla-el-ctrica-va-punk-colombia-2018
  • V2 | at the edge of chaos | LP

    16.00 12.00 incl. tax
    Compilation of the three singles and unreleased studio recordings from V2 who were one of Manchester’s first punk bands. Comes with double sided insert with history and rare photos.. V2 formed in March 1977 evolving from the early Manchester punk scene based around the legendary Electric Circus venue. Of the four Manchester punk bands around at the time – The Fall, Buzzcocks, V2 and Warsaw – V2 were the ones who fell to earth: ‘as subtle as flying buzz-bombs’ and destined for the same early grave. V2 gigs were chaotic, but this was where they really made their mark. Audiences were treated to a white-faced, black-eyed, bad-skinned young band wearing Frankenstein boots, who attacked the crowd with guitars hacked into cricket bats, bombed them with flour bags and once, set them on fire with cheap flash-bombs thrown by a drunken ‘helper’. You either loved ’em or you fuckin’ hated em! Faced with a constant lack of money/motivation and bad management the band fell to bits. Underachievement has given the band a cult status that some ‘more successful bands’ can only dream of… This LP is limited to 500 copies and compiles both of their classic singles ‘Man In The Box’ and ‘Speed Freak’, their withdrawn third single ‘Is Anyone Out There?’ and various studio recordings that never saw the light of day, packed in a full colour cover with insert detailing the band’s history written by Mark Standley and containing many rare photos. (Overground Records)
  • Another polish new wave-cold wave monument from middle of 80s. Recorded in 1986, but unreleased until 2002, and in 2013 first time puting on vinyl. Not exactly in Joy Division-Cure-Wipers style, but dark, and gloomy. (Noise Annoys Records)
  •   An excellent job of including some really good previously uncompiled tracks. Perhaps the other Bodysnatchers track from the 7" would have made a better opening track? Pretty much top-notch except for the Z-Cars, Vacant Lot & Wrong Kind Of Stone Age. Today I kick off with rare punk stuff from down under and the Bloodstains comps have become a monster of their own and I think all releases are somewhere in the network available. The reason for this post is again the excellent rip and the complete artwork and finally, of course, the gifted music on it. Everyone's heard the classics by Razar, Victims, Rocks, Leftovers, News and Fun Things....all great bands, but they're on dozens of other compilations so it makes no sense including them here. Instead you'll get a taste of some killer Australian punk (previously uncompiled tracks) you might have missed. Mystery (Bodysnatchers, 1979, from only 7") Dance With The Fuhrer (Skunks, 1982, from only 7") Threats (Young Identities, 1980, from 2.7" [New Trends EP]) Police (Proles, 1979, from only 7") SS Brigade (Public Execution, 1982, from only 7") Alcoholic (Press, 1979, from only 7" and only LP) Fun (Thought Criminals, 1978, from 1.7") Run Amok (Wrong Kind Of Stone Age, 1984, from only 7") Multinationals (Vacant Lot, 1981, from only 7") Second Glance (Sputniks, 1979, from only 7") Guns & Guitars (Just Urbain, 1979, from 1.7") Standing By The Window (Tactics, 1979, from 1.7") Pyramid Party (Quick & The Dead, 1981, from only 7") Is There Someone Out There? (Z-Cars, 1980, from only 7") When I Watch TV (Section Urbane, 1983, from only 7") Who Wants To March? (Rejex, 1980, from only 7") Do The Manic (Chosen Few, 1978, from only 7")
  • December 2019 marks the 40 year anniversary of an important record in our lives, AK79. Within the grooves of this historical landmark compilation lies a connection to our musical whakapapa as New Zealanders and music lovers. A defining record, having captured a raw snapshot of the punk subculture in Auckland during the late 70s, this much-loved compilation is a living, breathing statement of what came before today. To mark this very special occassion, Flying Nun Records pays tribute to those ragged and rambunctious years by presenting AK79 40th Anniversary Edition Reissue, due in-stores throughout New Zealand on December 13th. Presented in a myriad of forms; on limited edition red vinyl, standard black vinyl and CD, we can celebrate this iconic cornerstone of alternative kiwi rock history with this special anniversary edition. Featuring new liner notes written by Ripper Records’ Bryan Staff, the 2019 reissue will feature all songs ever featured on any version of AK79 for a complete look at its recorded history. About AK79 Raw, unfiltered, shambolic madness. The vision to capture the Auckland scene began with Bryan Staff (Head of Ripper Records and Radio DJ at the time) who saw reason to capture the music coming out of the local punk venues of the time such as Windsor Castle and Zwines. Originally released by Ripper Records in December 1979, bands that featured on the original pressing included The Swingers, The Scavengers, The Primmers, Proud Scum, Toy Love and The Terrorways. The musical movement captured on record was an abrasive, empowered response to the overindulgent progressive rock and glam era of the 70s. The initial pressing, with its iconic black and white cover designed by Terence Hogan was limited to 500 copies, to be later reissued on vinyl and cassette through CBS. During the 40 years since AK79’s first release, the record took on a life of its own. Those original 500 pressings became a rare and coveted collectors item, and somewhat of an “urban myth” on the vinyl market. So the story goes, when the original master recordings of AK79 were discarded in 1982, it only created further demand for this enigmatic record. Responding to the call, an expanded version of AK79 arose, released on CD by Simon Grigg and Roger Shepherd as a joint release by Propeller Records and Flying Nun Records in 1993. This time there were some late additions, including tracks from The Suburban Reptiles, The Spelling Mistakes, The Features and The Marching Girls, along with additional tracks from the original bands on the first pressing. This particular reissue was remastered and mixed by Grigg, and came bundled with additional liner notes by Grigg, Staff and The Terrorways’ own Kerry Buchanan. In November 2008, a bootlegged 2 LP version would come to life for a very special reunion gig in Auckland which involved The Scavengers, The Spelling Mistakes and the first performances from The Terrorways and Proud Scum since 1980 in a rare event. At the time, it was sold at the show with unreleased tracks and a 20-page booklet. Six years later, the AK79 compilation was honoured in its many forms with the IMNZ Classic Record award, presented at the Taite Music Prize ceremony. 40 years on, the spirit of the AK79 still packs a punch and the feeling captured in these recordings are as relevant as ever. (Flying Nun Records) https://flyingnun.bandcamp.com/album/ak-79
  • Back from the Grave, Volume 5 is the fifth installment in the Back from the Grave series of garage rock compilations assembled by Tim Warren of Crypt Records. It was released in 1985. In keeping with all of the entries in the series, and as indicated in the subheading that reads "16 Crazed Bone Crunchin' Mid-60s Garage Punkers", this collection consists of songs which display the rawer and more aggressive side of the genre and are often characterized by the use of fuzztone-distorted guitars and rough vocals. (Crypt Records)