• One of the most iconic albums of the 1980's underground American scene, 7SECONDS's The Crew delivers 18 legendary songs in 20 minutes. This masterpiece has been remastered by David Gardner from the original analog tapes. It has been repackaged as a gatefold featuring a beautiful 20-page full-color book on the oral history of the band from inception through the making of The Crew. It includes insights from the likes of Ian MacKaye, Jello Biafra, Keith Morris, and many others, as well as unpublished flyers and photos. (Trust Records)
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    BEER CITY SKATEBOARDS AND RECORDS is proud to bring you ADRENALIN O.D. - Let’s BBQ Millennium Edition 12”! This is limited to 1000 and is a RSD exclusive! This star studded release features the songs from the original Let’s Barbecue 7” that first graced us back in 1983 plus an additional track from that same session that never saw the light of day! Also included are 5 tracks from the ADRENALIN O.D. demo tape that came out in 1982. These tracks were never recorded for anything else. For the first time ever all these have now been restored and remastered and are presented to you at 45RPM’s for optimal audio enjoyment! Add to that a fabulous gatefold packaging, lyrics and liner notes written by none other then the band itself. Along with pictures; some of which have never been seen by the public! Plus a plastic collectable download card so you can keep your record as safe as Han Solo frozen in Carbonite! You have yourself a release that will hit you like a pie in the face at a Three Stooges convention! So come record store day make sure you get to the store bright and early and get this limited piece of hardcore/punk history! - Record Store Day 2019 release. - Includes digital download card. - Limited edition of 1000 copies. (Record Store Day website shows limited to 1100 copies). Gatefold. - Features the songs from the original Let's Barbeque 7” from 1983 plus an additional track from that same session. - Also included are 5 tracks from the AOD demo tape recorded in 1982. (Beer City Records)  
  • 35 Anniversary Millennium edition LP! It’s hard to believe that this classic came out 35 years ago, isn’t it?! Now were happy to bring it to you in this special anniversary edition thats limited to 1000 copies! Not only does this contain all 15 original tracks of blazing speed-punk/hardcore (and dare we say thrash) and sarcastic lyrics , but they have been restored and remastered and from THE ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES! Don’t think the fun stops there cause this also includes the original insert and art work. Plus a full color poster with never before seen photos and liner notes by the band and other notable personalities! Plus there are a few other surprises we are not going to mention. With only 1000 being pressed you better grab this up quick! (Beer City Records)  
  • AMEBIX | arise | 2xCD

    18.50 incl. tax
    The iconic and seminal Amebix album remastered with sensational brand new design and the CD features a bonus unreleased live set (from London's Ambulance Station, 2nd February 1985). The album has been out of print for some time and has been a constant seller even 30 years after its recording. Amebix reformed briefly in 2009 and recorded the highly acclaimed comeback album Sonic Mass to global praise. New liner notes by The Baron and unseen photos. (Amebix Records – AMBEA001CD)
  • Monolith" is the second studio album by the British crust punk band Amebix, originally released in 1987 and now finally made available again on cd by Dissonance Productions. (Dissonance Productions)
  • Monolith was the second full-length album by West County punk-metal ’80s anti-heroes, Amebix. One of the best crossover records the UK ever produced. Originally released in 1987, with second rate Giger-style sleeve-art, on a dodgy heavy metal label (called Dodgy Heavy Metal Records). The Power Remains was a posthumous collection of live and demo recordings, that was originally released in 1993 (and done in a much more appropriate and enthusiastic fashion) by MCR and Skuld Records. This band-released reissue combines both LPs, with lavish new gatefold sleeve artwork (competently created by Andy Lefton of War//Plague and Tau Cross). And these copies are “special record store day 2016 limited editions. Limited to 1000 copies. Housed in a gatefold jacket with a round silver sticker stating "Special Limited Edition- Record Store Day 2016". Tracks A1 to B4 were originally released as the Monolith LP. Tracks C1 to D2 and D4 were originally released on The Power Remains LP. Track D3 is previously unreleased. Tracks A1 to B4 were recorded and mixed at Sam Studios Bristol in May / June 1987. Tracks C1 C2, and C3 are demo recordings. Recorded at Cabs Studios late 1987 in 10 hours. Track C1 is a demo recording. Recorded at O.O.C. Studios, Holland 1985. Tracks D1 to D4 recorded live in the Longrace Hall Bath September 1987. (Amebix Records/2016)
  • Original press from 1988 on German label Subway Records, not a bootleg! Probably the most important "unknown" band in the history of punk rock, this unfailingly offensive, undeniably brilliant gaggle of rock critics and hooligans went out of its way to offend 99% of society while inspiring the remaining 1% to paroxysms of joy. This early-'80s collection ranks with the band's finest, highlighted by sonic joyrides like "They Saved Hitler's Cock" and "My Old Man's a Fatso." The Samoan influence extends through to 1997, with their songs popping up regularly in sets by bands such as the Foo Fighters (who often open with "Gas Chamber," included here) and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones (known to pop off a cover of Back From Samoa's "Lights Out"). File under: how to win friends and alienate people.--David Sprague Originally released in 1982. (Subway Records/1988)
  • Original press from 1988 on German label Subway Records, not a bootleg! Limited vinyl repressing of the Punk band's 1980 debut EP. Formed in 1978 by "Metal" Mike Saunders and Gregg Turner, a pair of erstwhile rock critics who'd previously teamed with fellow writer Richard Meltzer in the group VOM. The Angry Samoans are classic first wave LA punk at it's finest. For fans of Black Flag, TSOL, Circle Jerks, and Fear. Reissue of the "Inside My Brain" 12" (Bad Trip Records BT 201, 6 Tracks, 1980) With extra tracks B1 to B3 (Demo, Recorded October 1978) and Tracks B4 to B5 (Live At Rhino Records, May 12, 1979). (Subway Records/1988)
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    From the ashes of VOM rose the Angry Samoans! In 1978 they recorded their first demos in a cheap two track studio. Some of these tracks have appeared as bonus tracks on long deleted album re-issues, others were released on a long deleted 7´´, one sees the light of day for the first time ever! In true Samoans style the album is sharp and short and finally the complete demos are now released on one piece of vinyl that plays at 45 rpm. (Bad Trip Records)
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    There's no need to waste too many words for this release. Included in the Boxset: - Anarkist Attack 7” (1982) - Raped Ass 7” (1983) - Victims of The Bomb Raid 7” (1984) - Fucked In Finland live ’92 7” (1993) 24-page booklet with photos, interviews, stories and more! (Agipunk Records)
  • Part of the late '70s/early '80s HC/punk explosion out of the Los Angeles area, where bands like Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Minutemen, and Bad Religion originated from, Anti formed in 1979 by a then teenage Danny Phillips, better known as Danny Dean, who was the bassist/guitarist and first original vocalist, primary songwriter, and sole continuous member throughout multiple lineup changes during the past 40 years. Their 1982 debut album, 'I Don't Want To Die In Your War', was recorded and mixed by legendary producer and sound engineer for Black Flag and Descendents, Spot. It is a major example of California hardcore from the early '80s. Despite having been completely underrated, Anti's 1982 debut paved the way for a lot of California punk to come. Available again for the first time after almost four decades on its original format, with its original artwork and complete with insert thanks to Radiation Records.
    (Radiation Records)

  • If you're a ravenous consumer of New York hardcore obscurities like us, then you probably pored over tape trading lists late at night and wondered if Antidote's "Nazi Youth" demo actually existed, or was just a figment of tape traders' imaginations, or was (more realistically) just a bad dub of the 7". Well lo and behold, when we were tasked with re-releasing Antidote's classic "Thou Shalt Not Kill" 7" EP, we asked the band to dig into the vaults for a little something extra to pad things out into a 12", and they came up in spades! In addition to the legendary 8-song EP, you get the band's first 7-song demo recorded in 1982 at Jerry Williams' infamous 171A Studios, plus two songs recorded shortly thereafter for the lost Bad Brains Records compilation, and a previously uncirculated 12-song live set from 1983. The early demos feature original Antidote singer Jeff White (plus future Prong/Danzig axeman Tommy Victor on bass) and show the natural evolution from the band's punky roots to the well-oiled hardcore machine they became on their vinyl debut. The live set features "Thou Shalt Not Kill" howler Louie Rivera and contains several lost tracks that never made it to the studio. That's 29 tracks total of classic New York hardcore, 21 of which have never been heard anywhere before! The LP also includes a 16-page, 12"x12" booklet containing photos, flyers and extensive liner notes by guitarist/founding member Robb "Nunzio" Ortiz, plus a reproduction of the band's original sticker design. Pressing of 1000 copies. Track Listing : "Thou Shalt Not Kill" 7" 01. Life As One 02. Nazi Youth 03. Real Deal 04. Foreign Job-Lot 05. Zero Mentality 06. Got Me On The Line 07. Die At War 08. Something Must Be Done 1982 Demos 09. Die At War 10. Leave It Behind 11. Him 12. Them Or Us 13. Deadly Rain 14. Job Well Done 15. Live As One 16. Nazi Youth 17. Die At War Live At CBGB - June 11, 1983 18. Foreign Job-Lot 19. Something Must Be Done 20. Deadly Raine 21. Got Me On A Line 22. You Say You Didn't But You Did 23. Life As One 24. Nazi Youth 25. Herpes R Forever 26. Unaffected 27. Live For Nothing 28. Real Deal 29. Zero Mentality (Radio Raheem Records)
  • The Swedish hardcore punk scene of the early 1980s was vibrant and wide, with underground movements yielding surprising extremities. This ultra-scarce cassette-only release, limited to 300 copies in 1984, was the first of the legendary Uproar label, pitting the blast-beat proto-grindcore of Asocial, from the small town of Hedemora, against the classical thrash of Bedrövlers, from the equally small town of Fagersta, whose name roughly translates to Miserablerz, a term assigned them by a bus driver that disliked their discordant noise. Subverting Bad Religion’s How Could Hell Be Any Worse for their own purposes, Asocial’s tracks are blindingly fast and Bedrövlers’ down and dirty-rare Swedish hardcore, at its best! (Radiation Records)
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    LIMITED WHITE VINYL VERSION. The Swedish hardcore punk scene of the early 1980s was vibrant and wide, with underground movements yielding surprising extremities. This ultra-scarce cassette-only release, limited to 300 copies in 1984, was the first of the legendary Uproar label, pitting the blast-beat proto-grindcore of Asocial, from the small town of Hedemora, against the classical thrash of Bedrövlers, from the equally small town of Fagersta, whose name roughly translates to Miserablerz, a term assigned them by a bus driver that disliked their discordant noise. Subverting Bad Religion’s How Could Hell Be Any Worse for their own purposes, Asocial’s tracks are blindingly fast and Bedrövlers’ down and dirty-rare Swedish hardcore, at its best! (Radiation Records)
  • Swedish punk legends 40 year anniversary edition on white colored vinyl. Re-issue of "en för alla ingen för nan", originally released by Burning Heart in 2006. 1978 saw 4 boys, that would become ASTA KASK, in a basement in the small town of Töreboda, Sweden. It was there, that the unique sound was created that would come to leave a mark on Swedish and international punk bands for generations. This re-issued 19 track records comes with a new alternate cover and extensive remastering by the band. Fast, pissed off and still contagiously melodic punk. Colored (white) vinyl is limited and includes a digital download card. (Gaphals Records/Kloakens Alternativa Antiproduktion)
  • 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. (Vinilissimo Records)
  • This breathtaking performance displays why Bad Brains became one of the most important bands in the history of American Hardcore. On Christmas Eve 1982, Bad Brains began their three-day stint at a Hardcore Festival hosted by legendary CBGB. This vinyl only release contains audio selections from the DVD release, LIVE CBGB 1982. Sure it sounds confusing, but the material on the LP, while culled from the same series of live shows around Christmas 1982 at CBGBs, is completely different. Besides, who can have enough live stuff from the world's best hardcore band at the peak of their prowess? Includes blazingly awesome live versions of "FVK," "How Low Can a Punk Get," and more. Tracklist A1 The Meek A2 The Regulator A3 Unity Dub A4 Banned In DC A5 Joshua's Song A6 Rally Round Jah's Throne A7 Destroy Babylon B1 Riot Squad B2 I And I Rasta B3 How Low Can A Punk Get? B4 F.V.K. B5 Right Brigade B6 I And I Survive B7 We Will Not (MVD Audio)
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    Issued in a jewel case with a transparent tray. Comes with a 4-page booklet. Tracklist 1 Don’t Need It 2:59 2 Pay To Cum 1:53 3 Supertouch 3:33 4 The Regulator 1:37 5 Why’d You Have To Go? 2:49 6 Don’t Bother Me 2:27 7 Reggae Jam 2:31 8 Banned In DC 3:36 9 Big Takeover 3:34 10 Stay Close To Me 3:14 11 Attitude 1:35 12 You’re A Migraine 2:46 13 Just Another Damn Song 1:56 14 The Man Won’t Annoy Ya 3:18 15 Redbone In The City 2:15 16 I 2:42 (Really Wasted Youth ‎– RWY02 )
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    "Pay To Cum b/w Stay Close To Me" is the debut single from the band Bad Brains. Originally recorded in 1979 at Dots Studio in NYC, and released in 1980 on Bad Brains’ own Bad Brains Records, the single features one of hardcore’s greatest songs… a classic record from legends of the genre! This reissue marks the first release in the remaster campaign, re-launching the Bad Brains Records label imprint. The release includes a replication of the original insert. Track Listing: 1. Pay To Cum 2. Stay Close To Me (Bad Brains Records / ORG Music)
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    Rock for Light is the second full-length album by Bad Brains, released in 1983. It was produced by Ric Ocasek of The Cars. We’re proud to present the original mix of the album, for the first time in decades, as the band originally intended. Most fans will be more familiar with the 1991 reissue, which was remixed by Ocasek and bass player Darryl Jenifer. In addition to new mixes, that version used an altered track order. This reissue marks the fourth release in the remaster campaign, re-launching the Bad Brains Records label imprint. In coordination with the band, Org Music has overseen the restoration and remastering of the iconic Bad Brains’ recordings. The audio was mastered by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed at Furnace Record Pressing. This is the classic album from 1982. Virtually everyone agrees that this group made up of 4 DC African American. They radically quickened punk's tempos, added virtuoso instrumentation, and topped it all off with the mystic squeals of frontman Paul "H.R." Hudson. This release gives voice to the band's scathing sociopolitical judgment as well as its ability to simply put the hammer down and rock. It also allows the rhythm section of Darryl Jenifer and Earl Hudson to flex their muscle on a smattering of dub-reggae interludes that help lull the unsuspecting into the right frame of mind for the next hardcore punch. TRACK LISTING A1 Coptic Times A2 Attitude A3 We Will Not A4 Sailin' On A5 Rally Round Jah Throne A6 Right Brigade A7 F.V.K. (Fearless Vampire Killers) A8 Riot Squad A9 The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth B1 Joshua's Song B2 Banned In D.C. B3 How Low Can A Punk Get B4 Big Takeover B5 I And I Survive B6 Destroy Babylon B7 Rock For Light B8 At The Movies (Bad Brains Records / ORG Music)
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    Bad Brains is the self-titled debut studio album recorded by American hardcore punk/reggae band Bad Brains. Recorded in 1981 and released on (then) cassette-only label ROIR on February 5, 1982, many fans refer to it as "The Yellow Tape" because of its yellow packaging. Though Bad Brains had recorded the 16 song Black Dots album in 1979 and the 5-song Omega Sessions EP in 1980, the ROIR cassette was the band's first release of anything longer than a single. This reissue marks the second release in the remaster campaign, re-launching the Bad Brains Records label imprint. In coordination with the band, Org Music has overseen the restoration and remastering of the iconic Bad Brains’ recordings. The audio was mastered by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed at Furnace Record Pressing. (Bad Brains Records ‎/ ORG Music)
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    How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is the first full-length album released by Bad Religion, which was released on January 19, 1982. Released almost a year after their self-titled EP, it was financed by a $1,000 loan by guitarist Brett Gurewitz's father. Its success surprised the band when it sold 10,000 copies in under a year. Tracklist How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (1982) 1 We're Only Gonna Die 2:13 2 Latch Key Kids 1:38 3 Part III 1:49 4 Faith In God 1:51 5 Fuck Armageddon... This Is Hell 2:49 6 Pity 2:01 7 In The Night 3:25 8 Damned To Be Free 2:21 9 White Trash (Second Generation) 1:58 10 American Dream 1:42 11 Eat Your Dog 1:05 12 Voice Of God Is Government 2:54 13 Oligarchy 1:01 14 Doin' Time 3:01 1st EP (1981) 15 Bad Religion 1:50 16 Politics 1:22 17 Sensory Overload 1:31 18 Slaves 1:20 19 Drastic Actions 2:36 20 World War III 0:55 Back To The Known (1984) 21 Yesterday 2:39 22 Frogger 1:20 23 Bad Religion 2:11 24 Along The Way 1:36 25 New Leaf 2:53 Public Service Comp (1981) 26 Bad Religion 1:47 27 Slaves 1:07 28 Drastic Actions 2:32 (Epitaph Records/2004)
  • How Could Hell Be Any Worse? is the first full-length album released by Bad Religion, which was released on January 19, 1982. Released almost a year after their self-titled EP, it was financed by a $1,000 loan by guitarist Brett Gurewitz's father. Its success surprised the band when it sold 10,000 copies in under a year. With this album a fuse was lit, leading to an explosion that spawned a new religion: Bad Religion. This, their second record and first LP is nothing short of genius. Shattered-glass guitar riffs, fast, furious drums, and a 16 year old Greg Graffin's voice for the ages. The coalescence of lyrical intellect and savage music make for a sound seldom (if ever) heard before. The impact of this record still resonates to this day. Classic tracks like "Fuck Armageddon...This Is Hell," "American Dream," and "The Voice Of God Is Government" are as crucial and socially lucid as the day they were created in a southern California garage. When the greatest punk records of all-time are discussed, How Could Hell Be Any Worse is sure to be mentioned. Tracklist How Could Hell Be Any Worse? (1982) 1 We're Only Gonna Die 2:13 2 Latch Key Kids 1:38 3 Part III 1:49 4 Faith In God 1:51 5 Fuck Armageddon... This Is Hell 2:49 6 Pity 2:01 7 In The Night 3:25 8 Damned To Be Free 2:21 9 White Trash (Second Generation) 1:58 10 American Dream 1:42 11 Eat Your Dog 1:05 12 Voice Of God Is Government 2:54 13 Oligarchy 1:01 14 Doin' Time 3:01 (Epitaph Records)
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    "No Control" is one of the albums that helped bridge Bad Religion's more reckless, earlier direction with their more focused (but just as pissed-off) '90s-era with the strength of such cuts as "Big Bang," "Automatic Man," the title track and "I Want To Conquer The World." "No Control" is one of the band's best all-time albums and an archetypal blueprint for the genre. Bad Religion has been setting the standard for years; this album is yet another stone in the band's long road to identity and style. (Epitaph Records/2004)
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    BANNLYST | diskografi | LP

    17.00 incl. tax
    After various horrible bootlegs, here is the official version: The “Diskografi” LP has their songs from the split tape with ANGOR WAT (Knall Tapes, 1984), their 7″ songs (1985), “Terrorstyre” (from the “Nå Eller Aldri” 7″ compilation) and “Louie Louie” from an early demo tape recording. A total of 24 songs in 44 minutes with some of the best 1980s hardcore punk that ever came out of Europe. Some folks say that their EP from the heyday of the mighty X-PORT PLATER label is the best Norwegian punk record ever. Everything on this LP has been carefully remastered from the original cassette tapes and vinyl as all master tapes were lost back in the 80s. (Norwegian Leather Records)

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