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    WIRE | chairs missing | LP

    23.50 incl. tax
    Wire’s first three albums need no introduction. They are the three classic albums on which Wire’s reputation is based. Moreover, they are the recordings that minted the post-punk form. This was adopted by other bands, but Wire were there first. It has been a number of years since these albums were readily available. The aim with these new vinyl releases is to approximate the original statements as closely as possible, but with remastered audio. The vinyl releases have the same covers and inners as the originals (minus the Harvest logo). These versions should be considered Wire’s classic 1970s albums, pure and undiluted. 1978’s Chairs Missing represented perhaps the biggest conceptual leap made during this period of Wire and was widely misunderstood at the time yet it remains, to the band and production crew Wire’s favorite ’70s album. If Pink Flag proposed an almost cut and paste approach to deconstructing rock history, Chairs Missing proposed something more radical, a definite futurism with much less influence from it’s antecedents. Chairs Missing was at once more stark and more lush than it’s predecessor and has exerted it’s own influence on the course of cultural history, having laid down one of the earliest (if not the earliest) blueprints for the genuinely post-punk aesthetic. (Pinkflag Records)
  • WIPRES | Slipmat

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    Αντιστατική τσόχα για το πλατό του πικάπ διαμέτρου 30 εκ. Υψηλή ποιότητα, βάρος 45 γρ., πάχος περίπου 2,5 χιλ. Ιδανικό δώρο για ντιτζέι και λάτρεις του βινυλίου. Περιορίζει βλάβες-γρατζουνιές και προστατεύει το βινύλιο. 12´´ slipmat, diameter 30 cm High quality 16 ounce felt approx. 2,5mm thick Gift idea for DJs and vinyl lovers Reduces damages/ scratches and protects the vinyl
  • Hand made high quality silk screen print. Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. 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).
  • “Youth of America” is pressed on high-quality vinyl at RTI and packaged in a sturdy, old-fashioned tip-on sleeve. The tracks have been mastered from original tapes by Greg Sage himself, and the cover is identical to the original sleeve as issued in 1981. Simply obliterating any conception of the Wipers as a mere punk band, Greg Sage released this follow-up to “Is This Real?” in 1981—a sophisticated, overwhelming response to the evil times marked by the turn of the decade. Broken up into six long songs, “Youth of America” is a much colder, harrowing experience than the teen angst of their debut. Vocally, Sage comes off as sleep-deprived and forsaken, snarling not only at his own predicament but at the predicament of the entire world. Label: Jackpot Records Barcode: 723721209810  
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    Since Jackpot Records began our Wipers vinyl reissues in 2006, we’ve been inundated with requests for a reissue of Over The Edge. After two years of labor, including an immaculate remaster from the original tapes by Greg Sage, we are proud to present Over the Edge, pressed on audiophile grade vinyl and packaged in a deluxe, tip-on sleeve. The bleak, hard-driven third LP by the Wipers (originally released in 1983) offers Greg Sage at his most chased and breathless, lashing out with sharp staccato notes as if melody were his only defense. While their debut LP provided the blueprint for grunge, and their second album recast the band as one of America’s premier postpunk bands, it’s Over The Edge that best exemplifies the Wipers’ sound. The jagged, effortless guitar lines, the paranoid lyrics and raw-throated vocals and the taut, unified rhythms that define their sound bleed together most clearly on this LP, and it stands as both the best entry point for new fans and the most prevalent favorite of diehards. Label: Jackpot Records, Zeno Reords Barcode: 751937437215  
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    Unquestionably Portland's most well-loved punk group, they formed in the late 70's & in 1980 released their debut LP. 12 songs of stabbing, jittery guitar, snapped vocals, & unabashed teen angst. Full of desperation & yearning, the LP has stood as a blueprint for wretched youth for over 25 yrs. In the early 90's it was given mainstream attention when Nirvana covered 2 tracks off the record & Cobain announced it was one of the primary influences on his group. Remastered from original tapes as provided by Greg Sage himself, the LP is pressed on audiophile grade vinyl and housed in a deluxe tip-on sleeve. Label: Jackpot Records Barcode: 751937436515
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    Svart Records are proud to release the first official live album from cult death doom band Winter! In August and September of 2012, Winter participated in the "Power of the Riff East/West" series of concerts held in California and New York. After first playing the West Coast shows with bands like Pelican and Noothgrush among others, Winter returned to their hometown New York on September 2nd and played a show in Brooklyn's Warsaw with their best line-up; Stephen Flam/Guitar, John Alman/Bass and vocals, Jim Jackson/Drums and original keyboardist Tony Pinnisi who played with the band first time since recording "Into Darkness" LP in 1989. The rare appearance of this performance in Brooklyn, featuring all their classic tunes like Servants of the Warsmen, Power and Might, Destiny, Eternal Frost etc. was recorded, and is now presented here for all their fans. This isn't any cheap nostalgia driven reunion cash out, but a real and raw deal. RISE! Winter's "Live in Brooklyn NY" vinyl and CD out on April 19th 2024. Natural clear vinyl, insert. Limited to 500 copies. Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430080235469
  • Svart Records are proud to release the first official live album from cult death doom band Winter! In August and September of 2012, Winter participated in the "Power of the Riff East/West" series of concerts held in California and New York. After first playing the West Coast shows with bands like Pelican and Noothgrush among others, Winter returned to their hometown New York on September 2nd and played a show in Brooklyn's Warsaw with their best line-up; Stephen Flam/Guitar, John Alman/Bass and vocals, Jim Jackson/Drums and original keyboardist Tony Pinnisi who played with the band first time since recording "Into Darkness" LP in 1989. The rare appearance of this performance in Brooklyn, featuring all their classic tunes like Servants of the Warsmen, Power and Might, Destiny, Eternal Frost etc. was recorded, and is now presented here for all their fans. This isn't any cheap nostalgia driven reunion cash out, but a real and raw deal. RISE! Winter's "Live in Brooklyn NY" vinyl and CD out on April 19th 2024. Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430080235452
  • Svart Records are proud to release the first official live album from cult death doom band Winter! In August and September of 2012, Winter participated in the "Power of the Riff East/West" series of concerts held in California and New York. After first playing the West Coast shows with bands like Pelican and Noothgrush among others, Winter returned to their hometown New York on September 2nd and played a show in Brooklyn's Warsaw with their best line-up; Stephen Flam/Guitar, John Alman/Bass and vocals, Jim Jackson/Drums and original keyboardist Tony Pinnisi who played with the band first time since recording "Into Darkness" LP in 1989. The rare appearance of this performance in Brooklyn, featuring all their classic tunes like Servants of the Warsmen, Power and Might, Destiny, Eternal Frost etc. was recorded, and is now presented here for all their fans. This isn't any cheap nostalgia driven reunion cash out, but a real and raw deal. RISE! Winter's "Live in Brooklyn NY" vinyl and CD out on April 19th 2024. Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430080235490
  • Perpetually out of print, much sought after and universally worshipped amongst those in the know, Winter's "Into Darkness" was a game-changing classic. Formed in New York circa 1988, Winter played slow, deep and hard nuclear doom with a crust punk rawness, that came across like Hellhammer jamming with Amebix. Their penchant for mammoth sized and funeral-paced, wasteland droning has become a touchstone reference for bands across the whole spectrum of underground metal. Their pre-internet infamy led to Winter demos being tape- traded in hallowed adoration by fans and bands alike, gaining notable fans such as Fenriz from Darkthrone. Deserving of their special place in the pantheon of one-off classic albums, the Swans-like noise and down-tuned Earth-like riffs of "Into Darkness" went on to spawn countless doom and sludge bands, being an influence for an entire doomed generation. The Winter come-back show at Roadburn Festival in 2011 was massively anticipated and held a captivated audience. Packing out one of The Netherlands largest stages, that particular Winter show, after many years in obscurity is a rare event that is still highly regarded today. The band is a rare jewel amongst collectors, and audiences alike. "Into Darkness" was a gateway drug to the dark depths of sludge metal, and now awaits a whole new throng of acolytes who bow down before the throne of heavy doom. Svart Records is proud to re-release it once more, putting the album back in print for a new generation of listeners. Eternal Winter awaits! Transparent Violet/Black marble vinyl, booklet. Limited to 500 copies. Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430080235643
  • Perpetually out of print, much sought after and universally worshipped amongst those in the know, Winter's "Into Darkness" was a game-changing classic. Formed in New York circa 1988, Winter played slow, deep and hard nuclear doom with a crust punk rawness, that came across like Hellhammer jamming with Amebix. Their penchant for mammoth sized and funeral-paced, wasteland droning has become a touchstone reference for bands across the whole spectrum of underground metal. Their pre-internet infamy led to Winter demos being tape- traded in hallowed adoration by fans and bands alike, gaining notable fans such as Fenriz from Darkthrone. Deserving of their special place in the pantheon of one-off classic albums, the Swans-like noise and down-tuned Earth-like riffs of "Into Darkness" went on to spawn countless doom and sludge bands, being an influence for an entire doomed generation. The Winter come-back show at Roadburn Festival in 2011 was massively anticipated and held a captivated audience. Packing out one of The Netherlands largest stages, that particular Winter show, after many years in obscurity is a rare event that is still highly regarded today. The band is a rare jewel amongst collectors, and audiences alike. "Into Darkness" was a gateway drug to the dark depths of sludge metal, and now awaits a whole new throng of acolytes who bow down before the throne of heavy doom. Svart Records is proud to re-release it once more, putting the album back in print for a new generation of listeners. Eternal Winter awaits! Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430080235636
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    The ultimate edition on CD. Housed in a heavy-duty double digipak, the set features the original Into Darkness album on the first disc and the demo Eternal Frost on the second. There’s also a heavy booklet with every possible piece of Winter memorabilia imaginable. Perpetually out of print, much sought after and universally worshipped amongst those in the know, Winter’s Into Darkness was a game-changing classic. Formed in New York circa 1988, Winter played slow, deep and hard nuclear doom with a crust punk rawness, that came across like Hellhammer jamming with Amebix. Their penchant for mammoth sized and funeral-paced, wasteland droning has become a touchstone reference for bands across the whole spectrum of underground metal. Their pre-internet infamy led to Winter demos being tape- traded in hallowed adoration by fans and bands alike, gaining notable fans such as Fenriz from Darkthrone. Deserving of their special place in the pantheon of one-off classic albums, the Swans-like noise and down-tuned Earth-like riffs of Into Darkness went on to spawn countless doom and sludge bands, being an influence for an entire doomed generation. The Winter come-back show at Roadburn Festival in 2011 was massively anticipated and held a captivated audience. Packing out one of The Netherlands largest stages, that particular Winter show, after many years in obscurity is a rare event that is still highly regarded today. The band is a rare jewel amongst collectors, and audiences alike. Svart Records is proud to re-release Into Darkness once more, having only been reissued once in a limited edition during this millennium, putting the album back in print for a new generation of listeners. This reprint notably also features the legendary demo which was only reissued on a mini-cd in 1995, now finally on vinyl. The double CD package will feature a large lush booklet, and the double vinyl set comes in a slipcase box with a luxury 32 page magazine, with every imaginable press clipping and piece of memorabilia about Winter ever produced! Into Darkness was a gateway drug to the dark depths of sludge metal, and now awaits a whole new throng of acolytes who bow down before the throne of heavy doom. Eternal Winter awaits! Label: Svart Records Barcode: 6430065589433
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    The decline of industrial society set to music, for a new life in harmony with nature. Mixing the rough sound of crust punk with the dense atmosphere of black metal makes WIND IN HIS HAIR a unique representative of this relatively new niche in the music landscape. The band carries out an important message about nature, indigenous cultures and respect for Mother Earth. For fans of Wolves In The Throne Room, Alda, Fall of Efrafa. Vinyl details: · 180g heavy vinyl for maximum quality and durability · heavy 350gsm cover · high quality lyrics insert · download code · "I Love Vinyl" sticker · antistatic polylined black inner sleeve (Alerta Antifascista Records)
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    The debut EP from New Englands garage punk group, Wimpy & The Medallions feat. Wimpy Rutherford the original frontman of the cult pop-punk band The Queers. A strong line up behind him, featuring ex Queers/Nobodys guitarist Geoff Palmer, Kurt Baker from The Leftovers and members from The Connection. "Still Headed Nowhere" was recorded and written in 48 hours during memorial day weekend 2012. Revisited artwork for this Hey Suburbia limited edition. TRACKLIST SIDE A Still Headed Nowhere 36 Weeks SIDE B Girls Gone Psycho Draggin' The Line Label: Hey Suburbia
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    The Wild Boys were originally formed by Roddy (Radiation) Byers in the mid 70’s, before he left the band to join The Specials. His younger brother Mark, along with John Thomson and Rob Lapworth took over the band, recruiting Tony Lynch on drums. They began furiously rehearsing and honing their craft, biding their time before taking to the stage with an incredibly tight set. That quickly caught the attention of local audiences and national record companies, gaining them a growing following and recognition as a tour de force on the Coventry music scene. Coventry in 1980 was caught in the spotlight of the success of the Specials and a number of the Wild Boys songs written by Roddy Byers were recorded by the Specials. However, Jerry Dammers didn’t think that Byers song “We’re Only Monsters” was right for The Specials, so the Wild Boys new line-up immediately seized it and made it their own. The A side of the 1980 single ‘Last one of the boys’ was a song written by Johnnie Thomson, the lead singer and rhythm guitarist. But it was the B-side, the Roddy Byers penned live favourite ‘We’re Only Monsters’, that caught the public imagination and garnered the most radio play, receiving multiple plays on UK radio stations, including spins on the John Peel show and the Radio 1 morning rush hour slot. It was also spotlighted on Emperor Roscoe’s Round Table show, dissected and evaluated by a panel of high-profile celebrity judges. The exposure from this airplay saw the band begin to play larger venues, undertaking a tour of London venues, headlining shows at Malvern Winter Gardens and in their hometown at the Lanchester Polytechnic Freshers Ball, and attracting offers of support slots with UB40, The Selecter and The Specials. The profile of the band continued to rise rapidly and they were approached to write and perform songs in the Belgrade Theatre musical ‘Risky City’, a dark look at the violent underbelly of Coventry. After the initial run in the smaller Belgrade Studio, the show moved up to the Belgrade main theatre, which also saw bassist Rob depart for a successful career in photography, to be replaced by Garry Cox, poached from local band Protégé. However, by this point the pressure had begun to tell and the band started to fall apart. After a run of chaotic, alcohol fuelled shows and in 1981 they decided to call it a day, leaving behind memories of incendiary performances and a legacy of great songs. Label: Reminder Records Barcode: 196626577351
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    WIEŻE FABRYK | dym | LP

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    Reissue the first album of the Polish cold wave band Wieże Fabryk - a band of almost iconic importance. If you are a fan of Siekiera or Polish cold wave scene from the 80s, you must check this band out. Originally released on CD in 2010, this is vinyl reissue. (Scream Records)
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    In the early seventies, Detroit was the musical hub of America. Everything from the chart topping sounds of Motown records to the vicious proto-punk of The Stooges was being brewed out there and it seemed like there was no end in sight. But by the early eighties, the city was both a physical and cultural wasteland due to major label buyouts of the artists as well as the crippling drug habits of some of the others. Detroit's most known musical export at the time was the vapid sounds of New Wave heart-throbs The Romantics; this wasn't good. It took a gaggle of suburban skateboarders, a grade school teacher and a census bureau clerk to wake this city up from it's slumber and start one of the first hardcore punk scenes in America. Why Be Something That You're Not chronicles the first wave of Detroit hardcore from it's origins in the late seventies to it's demise in the mid-eighties. Through a combination of oral history and extensive imagery, the book proves that even though the southern california beach towns might have created the look and style of hardcore punk, it was the Detroit scene - along with a handfull of other cities across the country - that cultivated the music's grassroots aesthetic before most cultural hot spots around the globe even knew what the music was about. "The Michigan hardcore scene was a crazy mixture of DC-style teen-thug-purists and debauched elders with a taste for the newest in high energy freedom. Tony Rettman has done a great service to Western Culture by interviewing the prime knuckleheads involved in this scene and reporting what he finds." -Byron Coley Co-Author of No Wave: New York 1976-1980 --From the Back Cover In the early seventies, Detroit was the musical hub of America. Everything from the chart topping sounds of Motown records to the vicious proto-punk of The Stooges was being brewed out there and it seemed like there was no end in sight. But by the early eighties, the city was both a physical and cultural wasteland due to major label buyouts of the artists as well as the crippling drug habits of some of the others. Detroit's most known musical export at the time was the vapid sounds of New Wave heart-throbs The Romantics; this wasn't good. It took a gaggle of suburban skateboarders, a grade school teacher and a census bureau clerk to wake this city up from it's slumber and start one of the first hardcore punk scenes in America. Why Be Something That You're Not chronicles the first wave of Detroit hardcore from it's origins in the late seventies to it's demise in the mid-eighties. Through a combination of oral history and extensive imagery, the book proves that even though the southern california beach towns might have created the look and style of hardcore punk, it was the Detroit scene - along with a handfull of other cities across the country - that cultivated the music's grassroots aesthetic before most cultural hot spots around the globe even knew what the music was about. "The Michigan hardcore scene was a crazy mixture of DC-style teen-thug-purists and debauched elders with a taste for the newest in high energy freedom. Tony Rettman has done a great service to Western Culture by interviewing the prime knuckleheads involved in this scene and reporting what he finds." -Byron Coley Co-Author of No Wave: New York 1976-1980 --From the Back Cover ...Tony talks first person to the people who you idolize: this from Steve Miller of The Fix on the D.C. scene and straight edge: "all those kids in those hardcore bands were throwing out their Aerosmith and AC/DC records. It all seemed fishy to me." This, Barry Hensler, Ian Mackaye, Dave Stimpson, Tesco Vee, and John Brannon chatting like they're at a sleepover. Tony's gift as a writer is not what he knows, which borders on the obsessive, but his ear for the language and music he loves, and his gift for capturing rhetorical pratfalls. This is his head and his heart. Now will someone please pay him to write about Abba and/or Roger Nichols? --Elisa Ambrogio, Arthur Magazine Publisher ‏ : ‎ Revelation Records Language ‏ : ‎ English Paperback ‏ : ‎ 239 pages ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1889703036 ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1889703039 Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 500 grams Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 23.00 x 17.00 x 2.00 cm
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    "If you look at the band photo on Make Me Sick’s insert, you’ll see people from pretty much all the best and most popular hardcore punk bands in Pittsburgh for the past few years. These people know how to make great hardcore punk, and Make Me Sick is White Stains doing just that. While White Stains isn’t as as blistering as Loose Nukes or as brutally intense as Blood Pressure, that’s only because they’ve taken a different tack here, channeling the snotty, punky hardcore of bands like the Circle Jerks, Sick Pleasure, and Chronic Sick. Of those bands, Circle Jerks is the most apt comparison given how White Stains’ snottiness comes along with so much catchiness and rhythmic density. And like Group Sex, the drum parts are almost catchier than the riffs here… I need to be careful listening to this while driving because these songs might make steering seem less important than air drumming" (Daniel Lupton) European press. Originally released on Song Book. (La Vida Es Un Mus Records)
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    Just one year after unleashing their debut album Power And Pain, Whiplash were back with the follow-up Ticket to Mayhem. The band had experienced a few changes in the short interim between both albums, beginning with their drummer Tony Scaglione, who joined Slayer (just briefly). But more important, vocalist/guitarist Tony Portaro and bassist Tony Bono explored a broader range of lyrical subjects, tempos, and arrangements on this second album. This album sounds somewhat cleaner, more mature and has a more professional “produced” sound. Ticket to Mayhem showed that Whiplash possessed both the chops and pedigree to hang in with all the top league thrash bands of the era. Ticket To Mayhem is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on swamp green coloured vinyl and includes an insert. Label: Music on Vinyl Barcode: 8719262024311
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    American thrash metal band Whiplash released their debut album Power And Pain in 1986 on the Roadrunner label. The backing vocals were recorded by Rob Kabula & Vinny Stigma of Agnostic Front and Peter Steele & Louie Beateaux of Carnivore. The band has been centred around guitarist and vocalist Tony Portaro, but are also notable for their drummer Tony Scaglione, who left the band after the album release to tour with Slayer. Power And Pain is available as a limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl and includes an insert. 180 gram audiophile vinyl Includes insert Backing vocals performed by Agnostic Front's Vinny Stigma & Rob Kabula and Carnivore's Peter Steele & Louie \ Beateaux Limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl (Music on Vinyl)
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    Collection of early demo and live material from this legendary Thrash band. Thunderstruck Demo 84 1. King With The Axe 5:27 2. Spit On Your Grave 3:28 3. Thrash 'Til Death 2:51 4. Chained Up, Strapped Down 4:08 Looking Death In The Face Demo 1985 5. The Burning Of Atlanta 5:17 6. Stirrin' The Cauldron 4:18 7. Respect The Dead 3:08 8. Last Man Alive 3:33 9. Spit On Your Grave 2:53 Live Showplace Dover, NJ 16/8/85 10. Killing On Monroe Street 3:52 11. Eternal Eyes 7:22 12. Respect The Dead 3:02 13. Stirrin' The Cauldron 4:02 14. The Burning Of Atlanta 5:02 15. Nailed To The Cross 4:03 Live CBGB's New York 27/11/85 16. War Monger 3:17 17. Message In Blood 4:17 18. Nailed To The Cross 4:04 19. Stagedive 3:03 Label: Back on Black Barcode: 0803341576346
  • Hailing from Adelaide, South Australia in 1985, the ‘debut’ full-length by Where’s the Pope? established the band as a bridge between greasy, hardcore punk thrills and manic thrash attacks. After a hiatus and a slight line-up change, Sunday Afternoon BBQs diverts from the typified, aural reference points in critical UK punk icons such as Disorder and Discharge but sees the band refined as they carve out a passage soaked entirely in their own electric stink. This is a record rejoicing in the lore of beery adolescents on the edge of the city streets with the dark, frenetic menace of ‘Geek Attack’, or the tumultuous sludge of ‘Tourist Dream’ insurmountably evidential in just how profoundly important the band was to the Australian circuit. Label: Radiation Reissues Barcode: 8055515235302
  • Yo, it’s official - I’m really hyped to announce the release of my next zine! WHAT WE DO IS SECRET contains photos from the 20th edition of @ktownhardcorefest and will be released in two presses - Polish and Greek. The zine includes photos taken during shows of Electric Chair, UZI, Rat Cage, X2000, @taqbirband @golpe.punx @larrywarthog @vidropunk Lysol, @chaincultband Subdued, @draumar_oslo Public Acid, @careersuicide Desintegración Violenta, @nukke.lear.hardcore ; artwork made by @invertedart666 More info at:
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    What Happens Next? was an American thrashcore band from the San Francisco Bay Area, California. They were known for their DIY ethic, anticonsumerism and worldwide unity, as well as energetic performances. Tracks 1-12 from "Hollow Victory" 10" on Not A Problem Records. Tracks 13-19, 23 from debut EP on 625 Thrashcore. Track 20 from an unreleased (at the time of this release) 702 compilation. Tracks 21, 22 from "Bandana Thrash Compilation Volume 1" on 625 Thrashcore. Tracks 1-12 recorded at House Of Faith in spring 1999. Tracks 13-22 recorded in fall 1998. Track 24 recorded live at Radio Free Records in San Jose, California, 1999. (Scream Records)
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    WOW is the debut solo studio album by American singer Wendy O. Williams, released in 1984 by Passport Records. It is her first album appearance after the success with The Plasmatics, which had gone on a hiatus during that time. Williams was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for this album in 1985. After the release of the album Coup d'État in 1982, The Plasmatics opened for KISS on their Creatures of the Night tour. By the end of the tour, The Plasmatics' recording contract with Capitol Records wasn't renewed and Kiss bassist Gene Simmons approached Williams and Rod Swenson about producing an album. As to avoid legal issues with Capitol, they decided not to use The Plasmatics' name on the record in any way. Label: WOW Records Barcode: 0663609010322
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