• The second album from 1985 by Argentina's LOS VIOLADORES is a classic of Clash styled big guitar rifts, melodic underpinnings and a hard rock edge. It's been out of print for 35 years and includes their near- mainstream crossover hit "Uno, Dos, Ultraviolento"! Limited edition, numbered and comes with a poster. It's faithful to the original Umbral press and it a classic of South American Punk! (Pinhead Records)
  • Brasil is the 4th album by the legendary Brazilian band Ratos De Porao, which was released in 1989. Considered by many fans the masterpiece of Ratos' discography, this record was the passport to the worldwide scene. This can be consideredas a true crossover abum. Totally remastered reissue. This reissue by Pinhead Records Argentina is entirely in Portuguese. Special edition with bonus tracks. Limited to 500 copies Tracklist LADO 1 1 Amazonia Nunca Mais 2 Retrocesso 3 Aids, Pop, Repressão 4 Lei Do Silêncio 5 S.O.S. País Falido 6 Gil Goma 7 Beber Até Morrer 8 Plano Furado II 9 Heroína Suicida 10 Bloody Pigs (Bonus Track) 11 Animal Life (Bonus Track) LADO 2 1 Crianças Sem Futuro 2 Farsa Nacionalista 3 Traidor 4 Porcos Sanguinários 5 Vida Animal 6 O Fim 7 Máquina Militar 8 Terra Do Carnaval 9 Herança 10 Military Machine (Bonus Track) Label: Pinhead Records Barcode: 0737186580346
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    Includes all the extra tracks from the European and Japanese editions. Tracklist A1 Disintegration / Free Money A2 Verbal Abuse / Leeches A3 Abolish Government / Superficial Love A4 Can't Stand You A5 Ddamm (Drunk Drivers Against Mad Mothers) A6 Guilty Of Being White A7 I Hate You A8 Filler / I Don't Want To Hear It B1 Spiritual Law B2 Sick Boy B3 Mr. Freeze B4 Violent Pacification B5 Memories Of Tomorrow B6 Richard Hung Himself B7 I'm Gonna Be Your God (I Wanna Be Your Dog) B8 Gemini Label: Mortal Shock
  • The Middle Class are credited with releasing what is considered the first "hardcore " or "proto-hardcore" punk record, 1978's faster than fast "Out Of Vogue." With the 30th anniversary of that ground-breaking and influential EP upon us, Frontier Records is overjoyed to announce the release of The Middle Class "Out of Vogue - The Early Material." The collection includes all of The Middle Class's early studio recordings along with a never before released, four-song, 1977 studio demo. Tracklist: Out Of Vogue EP (1978) 1 Out Of Vogue 1:00 2 You Belong 1:07 3 Situations 1:45 4 Insurgence 1:02 T & N Sessions 5 Love Is Just A Tool 1:11 6 Above Suspicion 3:23 7 Archetype 1:53 Scavenged Luxury EP (1980) 8 Home Is Where 2:07 9 A Blueprint For Joy 2:27 10 Last Touch 1:59 11 Introductory Rites 2:35 Early Demos 12 Autistic 1:30 13 You Belong 1:27 14 No Applause 1:44 15 What We Do 1:18 Label: Frontier Records Barcode: 018663107820
  • The first solo album by the then former Adolescents guitar player Rikk Agnew, produced by Thom Wilson and originally released in 1982. Agnew played guitar, bass, drums, keyboards and even sang on this Orange County, CA punk classic that features one of the best punk rock songs ever written, "O.C. Life." This is for you, Fullerton. It was produced by Agnew, and co-produced by the then-Adolescents producer Thom Wilson. Agnew played all the instruments on the album. The band D.I., which Agnew joined in 1983, included cover versions of the songs "O.C. Life", and "Falling Out" from this album for their debut album, Ancient Artifacts, which was released in 1985. Label: Frontier Records Barcode: 018663100920
  • Originally issued in 1982, Born Innocent was the debut full-length release from Redd Kross, a band of suburban L.A. youth fronted by brothers Jeff (guitar, vocals) and Steve McDonald (bass). Aged 18 and 14, respectively, the aspiring punks are aided and abetted here by rhythm guitarist Tracy Lee and drummers Janet Housden and John Stielow as they attack these 16 songs with all the patience of over-stimulated teens and all the subtlety of a slasher flick. The average song length falls below the two-minute mark, during which time Jeff McDonald's whine is rarely coherent above the clamor of his band's brutal rock assault. The punk negation of titles like "Kill Someone You Hate," "Look up at the Bottom," and "Notes and Chords Mean Nothing to Me" couldn't be more appropriate descriptions for this music. "Solid Gold" is a slice of dislocated blues while "St. Lita Ford Blues" disintegrates from a stop-start punk party (complete with jubilant screams) to a raucous three-chord blur. Included for good measure are tributes to both actress Linda Blair ("Linda Blair") and serial killer Charles Manson ("Charlie" and a cover of Manson's own "Cease to Exist"). Though subsequent releases found Redd Kross cleaning up their act, this debut captures them in all their youthful glory; documenting the sound of the McDonalds and company unleashed on an unsuspecting set of guitars, bass, and drums. Label: Frontier Records Barcode: 018663101828
  • What we have here is a must have for all obsessive ANTISECT completist like myself. This record consists of two early demos, and two live sets from ’82, before they recorded the ‘In Darkness’ LP. And although the recording quality on this may leave something to be desired it is still very much worth having, in order to appreciate the evolution of the band. The songs themselves are much more raw and primal, short and to the point, and very DISCHARGE influenced (a comparison the band themselves hated, but is undeniable). The live sets featured on the B side are really the best to listen to, as they not only have a better sound and recording quality, but also feel much more representative of the band’s sound. However, the real star of this release is the packaging itself. It has two inserts, filled with tons of live photos, artwork, reviews, interviews, gig flyers, and writings from the band itself, all from the early ‘80’s. It also has an awesome fold out poster. For people like me, who are huge fans of ANTISECT, but aren’t old enough to have been around to see their early days this is an excellent look at the bands history. Tracklist: - Demo 1 -1982 1 Ulster 2 Do You Really Care? 3 Philosophy Of Anarchy 4 World War Three 5 War´s A Crime - Demo 2 -1982 6 Do You Really Care? 7 Ulster 8 World War Three - Live In Coventry 1982 9 Fear Of God 10 No Release 11 Prisoner Of Society 12 Anarchy Rules 13 Suicide Victim 14 Existance Of Restriction 15 Spoils Of War 16 Aftermath 17 Soldier - Live In Nottingham 1982 18 Death In Your Eyes 19 Hallo There How´s Life? 20 Consequence Of Hunger Label: Helvetet Records
  • Mellakka was a Finnish Hardcore Punk band formed in a small Finnish coast/industrial town called Rauma in year 1983. During their relatively short career in the mid/late 80’s, the band visited the recording studio three times, resulting two ep’s and a three-song demo. A compilation album of these songs was released in 2004 and was named 'R.I.P. recordings 1984-1986. Tracklist: "Ei..." 7"EP 1984 1 Ei 2 Oikeus Valita 3 Traditio 4 Ei Oikeutta 5 Ei Valtaa 6 Tuhoon Tuomittu 7 Syyllinen "Itsenãisyyspãivã EP" 7"EP 1985 8 Kiitollinen Kansalainen 9 R.I.P. 10 Musta Valtakunta 11 Kirous 12 Itsenäisyyspäivä Demo February 1986 13 Totuus II 14 Anti-Kaikki 15 Turhaa Taistelua Label: Helvetet Records
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    CRUCIFIX | exhibit a | CD

    14.00 incl. tax
    Your fucking eye raked on a seven-inch hair spike is just the beginning of this 1979-1984 retrospective look at one of California’s most seminal hardcore bands. Compiling the tracks from their out-of-print eponymous 12-inch, their 1984 7-inch, “Steel Case Enclosure” from the Rat Music For Rat People Volume 2 comp, “Annihilation” from MRR’s All Quiet on The Western Front, comp., plus five live motherfuckers recorded at CBGB’s in 1984. Sixteen tracks compiled and digitally remastered by the band and released on their own label, so it sounds a lot better than any of those expensive “fan club” things floating around. Digitally remastered from original master tapes, vinyl and cassette in NY, 1996. Tracklist: - Crucifix 12" EP 1981 A1 Capitulation A2 You're Too Old A3 Religion Kills A4 Permanently Damaged A5 Brazen Hell - Nineteen Eighty-Four 7" EP 1982 A6 Prejudice A7 Steel Case Enclosure A8 Rise And Fall - From The "Not So Quiet On The Western Front" 2xLP Comp. 1982 B1 Annihilation (All Quiet Version) - From The "Rat Music For Rat People" LP Comp. 1982 B2 Steel Case Enclosure (Rat Music Version) - Live January 7th, 1984 @ CBGB's B3 How When Where B4 No Limbs B5 Search For The Sun B6 Rise And Fall B7 Stop Torture B8 See Through Their Lies Label: Stigmatized
  • Slovenian all female hardcore/punk band active during 80's and former in Ljubljana ex-Yugoslavia. Trail-blazing female punk band Tozibabe was the first girl group in Yugoslavia to write its own material, and one of the few female hardcore acts of Eastern Europe. Their furious, uncompromising songs had scathing, shouted vocals, and its members tackled different instruments, making them the stuff of legend. This wide-ranging compilation gathers material from the Hard-Core Ljubljana compilation, their ground-breaking mini-LP, Dežuje, live tracks from their appearance at Novi Rock in 1985 plus previously unreleased work from their 2015 reunion show. Raw hardcore, Tozibabe style! TRACKLIST 01 Dezuje 02 Trash 03 Ti 04 Lutke 05 Dezuje/Nekega Lepega 06 Ko Bos Prisel 07 Bog 08 Nekega Lepega 09 Moja Praznina 10 Necem Te Vec 11 Dezuje + Moja Praznina + Nekega Lepega + Trash + Ti + Dezuje (Radiation Records)
  • A Criminal Attack Records is honored to announce its newest release, a discography of the epic Dis-Attack by Gama-Cimex-City, BESTHÖVEN!!! Pure D-beat, highly influenced by Anti-Cimex / Shitlickers and obviously Discharge, besides, of course, a lot of influence of Brazilian hardcore of the 80s. There are 31 tracks gathering the releases between the years 2009 - 2010, being the splits with "Go Filth Go" Split EP 7", "Beton" Split EP 7", "Pistöns" Split CD, The EP "A Hail To Sweden" 7", the LP Born To Kill Dreams" 10", and the tracks that came out on 4-Way "No Tomorrow" with the bands Warvictims, Peace Or Annihilation and Krüel. Material packed in digipack, containing booklet with photos, flyers, information about releases and all letters. DIS-BEAT CRUST HORRORCORE!!! TRACKLIST 1 Warplanes 1:51 2 Shadow Of Fear 3:00 3 Fire From Hell 1:50 4 Drowned In Fear 1:27 5 The End Of Life 1:27 6 Crying Children 1:28 7 K.I.A. 0:52 8 Death Bomb 1:55 9 The Morning Of Death 1:58 10 Walking To The End 2:29 11 Destroy Capitalism 2:27 12 Ingent Kvar 4:02 13 Cries Of Pain 1:17 14 Set Me Free 1:21 15 The Death Race 2:10 16 Back To Attack 1:22 17 Desperate Scream From The Heat 1:35 18 Born To Kill 4:43 19 A Dança Da Morte 2:13 20 Acid Rain 1:20 21 Death On The Air 3:06 22 Running To The Shelter 1:17 23 There’s No Shelter In Hell 2:26 24 Victims Of Lies 3:07 25 Welcome To Hell 1:20 26 Wheel Of Life 3:11 27 Napalm Raining Like Hell 2:36 28 The Night Without Silence 2:59 29 Victims Of A System Slaughter 1:27 30 Mass Crematorium 1:22 31 Tremores 1:30 Label: Criminal Attack Records
  • Recorded for John Peel's Sunday show on 26.4.1970. The Rebel is an unreleased demo recording from 1969. Walpurgis is a version of War Pigs with different lyrics. Track listing A1 Black Sabbath 9:23 A2 Walpurgis 8:13 B1 Fairies Wear Boots 6:53 B2 Behind The Wall Of Sleep 5:09 B3 The Rebel 2:47 Label: Shadow Records/Fanclub Release)  
  • CORONER | death cult | LP

    19.00 incl. tax
    Coroner is a Swiss thrash metal band from Zürich. They garnered relatively little attention outside of Europe. Formed in 1983, the band broke up in 1996, but reformed 14 years later. The Swiss thrash trio were originally road crew for Celtic Frost.They eventually cut their own songs, recording their demo Death Cult in 1986 with Tom G. Warrior of Celtic Frost on vocals. Label: Dr. Records/Unofficial
  • DEAD FUCKING LAST (also known as DFL) is an American punk rock band founded in 1991 in Los Angeles, California, by Tom Davis, Monty Messex, Adam (Ad-Rock) Horovitz, and Tony Converse. The band, which included a noted skateboarder, a first wave punk rocker, and a BEASTIE BOY, turned heads by kicking out raw and ragged hardcore at a time when punk rock was becoming slick, poppy, and safe. Slamming riffs and lyrics that alternated between serious issues, such as depression, and the silly, like why pizza is so tasty, garnered them critical acclaim and a loyal fan base that continues to exist through to today. Trust Records is proud to reissue the band’s iconic debut full-length My Crazy Life, which was recorded at the BEASTIE BOYS’ G-Son Studios in Atwater Village by B-Boys’ producer Mario Caldato Jr (Mario C). The album was released in 1993 on the BEASTIE imprint Grand Royal on CD and limited edition 7” formats. Now available for the first time ever on 12” vinyl, the entire album was remastered by Mario C with the band’s input. The deluxe reissue also includes a 20-page full-color oral history, a massive, full-color ’zine packed with unpublished flyers and, the pièce de resistance, a complete, totally unreleased, live show that was recorded at a huge party at G-Son studios the day after album tracking was completed. DEAD FUCKING LAST’s neo-throwback hardcore and off-kilter perspective have caused them to be revered, but never duplicated, from the early ’90s through to today. The deluxe re-release of the iconic My Crazy Life cements them in the great cannon of punk rock—or at least once again makes the argument that pizza tastes good. • DFL’s My Crazy Life has been out of print for almost three decades and is massively in demand amongst the band’s rabid fan base • One of the most iconic albums of the 1990s underground music scene • Includes a 20-page, full-color zine featuring unreleased pictures and flyers • Transparent green/light green split vinyl • Includes an entire, unreleased, live show recorded at a party at G- Son Studios • Recorded at the BEASTIE BOYS’ G-Son Studios in Atwater Village in 1993, and produced by Mario Caldato Jr (Mario C) the BEASTIE BOYS producer • Remastered by Mario C from the original analog tapes • Another Side PR / Bailey Sattler will handle press and publicity FOR FANS OF: CRUCIFIX | PROPAGANDHI | STRIFE TRACK LIST SIDE ONE 1. DFL 2. The Mosher 3. U Don’t Understand 4. Pizza Man 5. Meter Maid 6. Monk’s Honor 7. Knucklehead Nation 8. America’s Most Hardcore 9. Get The Fuck Out 10. Think About The Pit? 11. F.F.F. 12. Smoke Bomb 13. Don’t Be A Kook 14. Creme Cheese’n Hand Grenades 15. My Crazy Life SIDE TWO (Live At G-Son Studios 4/23/1993) 1. Intro (Live) 2. DFL (Live) 3. The Mosher (Live) 4. U Don’t Understand (Live) 5. Pizza Man (Live) 6. Meter Maid (Live) 7. Monk’s Honor (Live) 8. Knucklehead Nation (Live) 9. America’s Most Hardcore (Live) 10. Get The Fuck Out (Live) 11. Think About The Pit? (Live) 12. F.F.F. (Live) Label: Trust Records Barcode: 794558800617
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    One of the most enduring bands in the Australian rock scene, the Hard-Ons’ thirty five years legacy in the punk rock world is unvaluable. This is the first vinyl reissue for their 2003 album, the second after their 1998 comeback, originally released on the Chatterbox label in Australia and Bomp! Records in the USA. Includes double-sided insert. Art by Ray Ahn. Label: Hey Suburbia Records Barcode:
  • This Back Dots set represents the earliest Bad Brains music. It was recorded soon after their 1979 formation in the home of producer Don Zientara and remained unreleased until belatedly seeing the light of day in 1996. The record has been difficult to find on vinyl after quickly going out of print. It’s a breathless, often exhilarating, always intense ride with the 16 cuts barely breaking a half hour. All but one is under three minutes with a handful under two. And even if the reggae influences that informed the Brains’ sound at their height aren’t apparent, this shows how tight and together they were early on. Official reissue. Label: Vinilissimo Records Barcode: 8435008875237
  • Punk classic back in print! Milo Goes to College is the first full-length album by the American punk rock band the Descendents, released in 1982 through New Alliance Records. Its title referred to singer Milo Aukerman's decision to leave the band to attend college, and its cover illustration introduced a caricature of him that would go on to become the band's mascot. It was the Descendents' last record with founding guitarist Frank Navetta, who quit the band during the hiatus that followed its release. (New Alliance/Unofficial Release)
  • If the Misfits were one of the greatest punk bands then Walk Among Us released in 1982 is perhaps one of the greatest records in punk history. While Static Age and Earth AD showcased a band searching for an identity like a vampire for its next victim, Walk Among Us is almost sheer perfection. With a solidified lineup, fully grown-out devillocks (the Misfits trademark long spike of hair in the front) and the stabilizing presence of the somewhat pedestrian but agile arthur googy on drums, uber-misfit Glenn Danzig was finally able to match his zombie-elvis to a worthy musical foil. From the manic opening of 20 Eyes to the monster football chorus of Braineaters, there is nothing less than a sublime moment on this album from start to finish. Astro Zombies or I Turned into a Martian sound like songs to raise the dead by. a special bonus is perhaps the tenderest love song to decapitation (Skulls) in recent memory. Lp comes with double sided insert. Label: Miss999/Unofficial
  • Tracks A1 to A4 and A6 recorded at Mix-O-Lydian Studio, Boonton, NJ in August 1981 and were taken from CD3 of the official released The Misfits Box Set. Tracks A5 and A8 to A10 recorded at Mix-O-Lydian Studio, Boonton, NJ over the year 1981. Track A7 and B13 recorded at Newfound Sound Studios, Fair Lawn, NJ in June 1981. Tracks B11 and B12 recorded at Master Sound Productions, Franklin Square, NY in August 1980 and were taken from CD1 of the official released The Misfits Box Set. Tracks B14 to B18 labelled as "The Spot Sessions", recorded at Unicorn Recording Studio, Santa Monica, CA on October 3, 1982. Tracklist: "Walk Among Us" Demos A1 20 Eyes A2 I Turned Into A Martian A3 Astro Zombies A4 Vampira A5 All Hell Breaks Loose A6 Nike A Go Go A7 Devil's Whorehouse A8 Night Of The Living Dead A9 Skulls B10 Violent World B11 Horror Hotel B12 Ghouls Night Out B13 American Nightmare "The Spot Sessions" Demos B14 Devilock B15 Earth A.D. (Instrumental) B16 Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight? (Instrumental) B17 Queen Wasp (Instrumental) B18 We Bite Label: Wasted Youth Power Records
  • Empire was an offshoot of punk legends Generation X, very influential for the ‘80s Washington D.C. hardcore and UK neo-psychedelic scenes, acting somehow as the missing link between new wave and grunge. “Expensive Sound” was originally released in 1981, their music was raw, bare, warm —distinct from the glacial, antiseptic pop that would dominate the decade. While “Expensive Sound” may be better known for the bands it inspired — the neo-psychedia of The Stone Roses and the athletic fretwork of Fugazi — they deserve appreciation on its own merits: one of the finest guitar pop records of the era. Empire was an offshoot of Generation X, and their only LP “Expensive Sound” remains an obscure (yet highly rewarding) listen. Originally released in 1981, the same year Gary Numan and Soft Cell were raking in big bucks with their noir-flecked brand of retrofuturism, “Expensive Sound” was out-of-step with the climate of commercial music. Their music was raw, bare, warm — distinct from the glacial, antiseptic pop that would dominate the decade. The album was neither totally forward-looking nor nostalgia embracing. Instead, “Expensive Sound” does what great albums tend to: preserves a specific moment in time. There's an arid, unvarnished quality to the recordings — typified by frontman Derwood Andrews's voice and words. He sang with uncommon fragility and in a soft, almost diffident voice. There's little reverb, almost no double tracking, and absolutely no attempt to Americanize his delivery. The subject matter is rendered in a similar, disarmingly plain way. Boredom, depression, unrequited love, and existential dread are treated in equal parts —sans one song about playing the electric guitar (the aptly titled ‘Electric Guitar’). While Derwood's lyrics exhibit some of the doom-and-gloom sentiment of post-punk progenitors Joy Division, they are almost Holden Caulfield-esque in their simplicity. Empire's response to adversity is delivered with a shrug and a sigh. If Andrew's bashful vocals are part of the charm, his expressive guitar playing is the main attraction of “Expensive Sound”. As the sole guitarist on the record, he demonstrates a versatility unusual for the band's punk roots — deftly maneuvering between chunky, minimalist riffing (like on ‘Hot Seat’), vast swathes of dark noise (’Empire’), and lacerating, tightly coiled leads (‘Safety’). While “Expensive Sound” may be better known for the bands it inspired — the neo-psychedelia of The Stone Roses and the athletic fretwork of Fugazi — they deserve appreciation on its own merits: one of the finest guitar pop records of the era. Label: Munster Records
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    Tracklist Side 1 1. "Winning" 2. "I Can't Escape Myself" 3. "The Fire" 4. "Fatal Flaw" 5. "Brute Force" 6. "Heartland" 7. "Hour Of Need" Side 2 1. "Skeletons" 2. "Unwritten Law" 3. "Hey Day" 4. "Missiles" 5. "Resistance" 6. "Hey Day" Label: Dear Boss Barcode: 0637913922619
  • After the demise of Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, Lydia Lunch launched her solo career with Queen Of Siam, arguably her greatest LP. In true No Wave style, the album is a mishmash of irritants, but her palette is far broader here, lurching from slow dirges, excessive feminist exhortations, and raucous personal purges to a touch of disco and lounge music exoticism, as conjured by Voidoids/Lou Reed guitarist Robert Quine, Contortions bassist Jack Ruby, and John Cale’s drummer, Douglas Browne. Spirited, surprisingly broad and defiantly dissonant, Queen Of Siam’s dense layers were designed to provoke and inflame; listen closely to fully decode. Label: Radiation Reissues - RRS218 Format: Red Vinyl LP Barcode: 8055515234367
  • "Fire of Love' is the no-nonsense debut from blues-punk legends The Gun Club. Formed in 1979 - when singer Jeffrey Lee Pierce taught a young Kid Congo Powers to play guitar - the band injects the Delta blues, rockabilly and '60s garage with their own amplified fury. Originally released in 1981 on Slash's sub-label Ruby Records, 'Fire of Love' features the classic second lineup with Ward Dotson on guitar (replacing Powers, who left to join The Cramps) and The Bags' rhythm section. Opener 'Sex Beat' shakes and stutters through a dynamic slab of American rock 'n' roll that reverberates throughout the album. 'She's Like Heroin to Me' is perhaps Pierce's most famous paean to modern love, elevating him to raucous demigod of the underground. Label: Munster Records Barcode: 8435008825614
  • In My Room features the unreleased recordings of what would have been the very last album of The Gun Club. Recorded in the very last period of the band, between 1991 and 1993, the studio recordings that Jeffrey Lee Pierce did with The Gun Club, with maximum quality and excellence of sound and presentation. What Jeffrey Lee Pierce exposes here is the highest vocal and guitar performing, from sounds are reminiscent of Jimi Hendrix and Television, to truly intimate heartbreaking blues, going through soul and rock. Includes covers from The Who, Wilson Pickett, and more. A dream come true for all Jeffrey Lee Pierce/The Gun Club fans all over the world - absolutely necessary. Comes in a deluxe gatefold jacket; Includes lyrics; 150 gram vinyl. Label: Bang! Records Barcode: 8435008888558
  • A pure shot of abrasive punk/rock 'n' roll with a hint of working class Oi!, Blitz were among the most influential punk bands ever. It was Gary Bushell (who wrote for "Sounds" and was later dubbed the God Father of Oi!) who brought the band to the attention of his friend Chris Berry, who had just set up No Future records with a bank loan and high hopes. No Future 001 catalog (and Blitz's debut release) was a 4 track EP titled "All Out Attack", a 20,000 copy bestseller that made the label's fortune, later to become the most representative of the whole UK82 movement. Its follow-up, "Never Surrender", reached number 2 in the Indie charts, while their 3rd EP, "Warriors", showed their slight move towards the singalong-style of classic OI!. Before shifting to a more new wave-influenced vein right by the end of 1983, they managed to reach number 2 in the charts with a fourth and last 'punk' single, "New Age". This 1980-1983 complete retrospective features all four aforementioned singles along with their very first recording session from 1980, the legendary 'Timebomb' demos, and 4 cuts from the "Voice Of A Generation" demos!  Label: Radiation Records Barcode: 889397101343


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