• A truly underappreciated UK Punk/Post-Punk classic. Unlike many of their peers at the time of release in 1980 The Wall would release this amazing outsider album that retained the energies of Punk but also incorporated elements of Post Punk and Art Punk. The album produced by Sham 69 producer Pete Wilson stands out as one Punks darkest and starkest albums of 1980. (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • Unreleased 1987 album from New Hampshire's The Scam. A dark, mid-tempo, dirgy and dirty, hardcore-punk masterpiece loaded with totally evil and menacing vocals, and gnarly, mid-tempo guitar noise. The Scam was on the seminal, 1985, Boston hardcore comp "Welcome To Ax/ction Island" along with Cancerous Growth, PTL Klub, Psycho, and GG Allin. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    Official U.S. reissue of the classic 1986 debut LP from Marseilles, France's Warrior Kids. Amazing catchy French Oi! with hints of Skinhead Reggae/Ska. Warrior Kids are well known in Skinhead and Punk circles due to their many appearances on classic comp LPs since 1985. The PNV reissue includes a bonus 7” of their rare sought-after debut 7” from 1983. Since forming in 1982 the band is till going strong to this day. One listen to this LP and you’ll be hooked. (Puke N Vomit)
  • PNV Records brings you the first ever US vinyl pressing of the third studio album from popular UK band Vice Squad, originally released on UK Punk label Anagram in 1984. The Album features lead vocalist Lia Phelan who replaced original vocalist Beki Bondage who had left to pursue her Hard Rock/Glam/Punk band Litogtage. The reaming three members recruited vocalist Lia and proceeded to make a great Punk/Pop/New Wave LP that often gets overlooked due to the absence of Bondage on vocals. Give it one listen and you’ll quickly see that the album stands on its own, the band takes big chances with great results incorporating elements of New Wave/Post Punk/Ska and some goth elements along with plenty of anthemic catchy punk. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Back in print for the first time on vinyl after many years. Initially released on legendary and pioneering Southern California Punk/Hardcore label Smoke 7 Records in 1982. The essential “Sudden Death” compilation is back, featuring exclusive tracks from Red Kross, JFA, Moral Decay, The Sins, Crankshaft, Sadist Faction, The Demented, Naughty Women, Dead Youth and Youth Gone Mad. This compilation features a who’s who of Southern California Trashy Punk / Hardcore. Tracklist A1 Jodie Foster's Army– Low Rider A2 Jodie Foster's Army– Guess What A3 Jodie Foster's Army– American Buttfucker A4 Sin 34– Only Love A5 Sin 34– Nuclear War A6 Sin 34– Who Needs Them A7 Moral Decay– Amerika A8 Moral Decay– T.V. News A9 Crankshaft– Life Is Getting Faster A10 Crankshaft– Massacre Killer A11 Sadist Faction– Twisted Cross A12 Sadist Faction– Peace Corpse A13 The Sins– Rat Society A14 The Sins– All Your Tomorrows A15 The Sins– Sins Prayer B1 The Demented– Back To The Bed B2 The Demented– Deadly Game B3 The Demented– How Can I Kill You B4 Redd Kross– Tatum O'Tot And The Fried Vegetables B5 Redd Kross– St. Lita Ford Blues B6 Youth Gone Mad– Ode To Darby B7 Youth Gone Mad– Diaperhead B8 Youth Gone Mad– Homo Mommy B9 Naughty Women– Linda Is A Monster B10 Naughty Women– Jealousy B11 Dead Youth– Phantom Citizens B12 Dead Youth– Kern County B13 Dead Youth– Radiation Fallout (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    PNV brings you two new exclusive volumes inspired by the legendary 80s Punk and Disorderly UK Punk series of compilations. Each volume features bands from the three original volumes in the series. The tracks/bands are now on separate collections divided by label. We’ve licensed photos from UK photographer Virginia Turbett, who supplied all the original photos used for the cover art for the original albums. Each LP looks amazing and fits esthetically in with the original series albums, making them instantly recognizable. All the Riot City bands are on the Riot City comp, not only do you get the original comp tracks, but we’ve added more tracks from those bands from the Riot City vaults. 16 blazing tracks of essential 82 UK punk from the likes of Vice Squad, The Ejected, Abrasive Wheels, The Expelled, The Insane, Court Martial, and Chaos UK. Tracklist –Vice Squad Last Rockers 4:37 –The Ejected Have You Got 10p 1:29 –Abrasive Wheels Vicious Circle 2:41 –Abrasive Wheels Burn Em Down 2:41 –Abrasive Wheels Army Song 1:55 –The Expelled Dreaming 2:29 –The Expelled Government Policy 2:56 –Vice Squad Resurrection 4:04 –The Insane Last Day 1:18 –Court Martial Gotta Get Out 2:53 –Chaos UK 4 Minute Warning 2:21 –The Ejected I Don't Care 2:15 –The Ejected Russians 2:27 –Vice Squad Latex Love 1:33 –Court Martial No Solution 2:18 –Chaos UK No Security 2:24 (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    PNV brings you two new exclusive volumes inspired by the legendary 80s Punk and Disorderly UK Punk series of compilations. Each volume features bands from the three original volumes in the series. The tracks/bands are now on separate collections divided by label. We’ve licensed photos from UK photographer Virginia Turbett, who supplied all the original photos used for the cover art for the original albums. Each LP looks amazing and fits esthetically in with the original series albums, making them instantly recognizable. All the No Future bands are on the No Future comp, not only do you get the original comp tracks, but we’ve added more tracks from those bands from the No Future vaults. 16 blazing tracks of essential 82 UK punk from the likes of Violators, Blitz, The Samples, Peter and the Test Tube Babies, Red Alert, The Partisans and The Insane. Tracklist –Violators Gangland 5:48 –Violators ( Summer of 81 3:24 –Blitz Someone's Gonna Die 2:30 –The Samples Dead Hero 2:56 –Peter And The Test Tube Babies Banned From The Pubs 2:10 –Red Alert In Britain 2:10 –The Partisans Police Story 2:10 –The Insane El Salvador 3:29 –The Partisans Power And Greed 2:44 –The Insane Nuclear War 2:09 –Peter And The Test Tube Babies Up Yer Bum 1:52 –Red Alert Sell Out 1:23 –Red Alert City Invasion 2:14 –Red Alert Cast Irons Crusade 2:49 –Blitz Warriors 2:57 –Blitz Razors In The Night 1:53 (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • The classic sought after 1981 American punk compilation originally released on pioneering Southern California label Smoke 7 Records is being reissued on vinyl for the first time. The compilation features some of the earliest recordings from Bad Religion and Red Cross. The comp also contains rare tracks from popular 80s punk bands RF7, Circle One and Disability. Tracklist A1 Red Cross– Cease To Exist A2 Red Cross– Everyday There's Someone New A3 Red Cross– Kill Someone You Hate A4 RF7– World Of Hate A5 RF7– Scientific Race A6 RF7– Long Live Their Queen A7 RF7– Perfect World A8 Circle One– G.I. Combat A9 Circle One– High School Society B1 Bad Religion– Bad Religion B2 Bad Religion– Slaves B3 Bad Religion– Drastic Actions B4 Disability– Battling Against The Police B5 Disability– White As A Ghost B6 Disability– Rejection B7 Circle One– F. O. B8 Circle One– Destroy Exxon (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    From the vaults of pioneering and seminal Finnish Punk Hardcore Label Propaganda Records. PNV reissues domestically for the first time this amazing compilation from 1983. Features tracks from some of the best Finnish Punk Hardcore bands ever, featuring Kansan Uutiset, Riistetyt, Aparat, Rattus, TampereSS, Protesti, Bastards and many others. Comes with booklet and poster. Tracklist: A1 Kansan Uutiset– Kauniita Unia 1:09 A2 Kansan Uutiset– Etusivun Juttu 1:01 A3 Kansan Uutiset– Koti, Uskonto, Isänmaa 0:52 A4 Riistetyt– Totuus Esiin 0:50 A5 Riistetyt– Ei Henkiinjääneitä 1:20 A6 Riistetyt– Systeemi Tappaa 1:25 A7 Riistetyt– Suuret Haluu Pelottaa 1:15 A8 Jakke & Lateri– Kytät On Natsisikoja 0:47 A9-A10 Äpärät– Vittu, Vanhemmat - Viina 2:45 A11 Äpärät– Muttu On Aukialla 0:15 A12 Rattus– Paskantakaa Housuihinne 1:59 A13 Rattus– Laiskuutta 2:05 A14 Rattus– Täältä Tullaan Kuolema 2:09 A15 Tampere SS– Kuollut Ja Kuopattu 0:58 A16 Tampere SS– Painajainen Olohuoneessa 1:47 A17 Protesti– Rocktähdet 1:25 A18 Protesti– Väkivaltaa 0:36 A19 Alamaailma– Näytä Mulle Taivas 0:53 A20 Kuolema– Äpärä 0:29 B1 Bastards– No Scapegoat 0:58 B2 Bastards– Syytön 1:17 B3 Bastards– Sokea Viha 1:15 B4 Bastards– Lopun Alku 2:23 B5 H.I.C. Systeemi– Mainoslehtinen 1:48 B6 H.I.C. Systeemi– Itsetuho 2:22 B7 Fucking Finland– Loputon Sota 1:33 B8 Destrucktions– Hinta 1:42 B9 Marionetti– Turha Armeija 1:26 B10 Marionetti– Palvele Valtioo 1:31 B11 Maanalainen Pelastusarmeija– Oma Perse Palaa 1:42 B12 Sekunda– Propaganda 0:46 B13 Takuu– Olosuhteiden Uhrit 0:40 B14 Varaus– Tuomittu Elämään 2:28 B15 Varaus– Sota! 2:06 (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    Another reissue from Switzerland's favorite band, the undisputed kings of "Sugar Oi." Originally released in 1999, this is their forth studio album. For fans of Macc Lads, Ramones, The Crack, The Lurkers, Cock Sparrer, and Oxymoron. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • PNV continues to unearth, and release must have albums from the now legendary New York hardcore Scene of the early and mid-80s. This compilation compiles their rare and pricey debut 7” EP from 1983 along with rare demo tracks and unreleased live tracks. Urban Waste was a juggernaut of NYC Hardcore, hailing from Queens. Known for their intense sludgy sound and ferocious lyrical assaults. Urban Waste was one of the hardest hitting and most original sounding bands in the early 80s New York hardcore scene. The band featured Andy Apathy on Bass formerly of Reagan Youth. The LP is packaged in a cool gatefold sleeve with a multi-page booklet. (Puke N Vomit)
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    UNWANTED | demo 1983 | LP

    22.00 incl. tax
    The Unwanted were a short lived (1982-1985) Canadian Hardcore Punk band from Winnipeg. The band appeared on the well known 80s Punk comp “Something to Believe In” (1984) released on popular Southern California Punk label BYO Records. The band released one LP before breaking up, the record was released on BYO/Head Butt Records and the were label mates with such well known 80s Canadian punk outfits Stretch Marks and Some Weird Sin. Bassist Ken Fleming was also a later member of popular Canadian band SNFU. The PNV LP features the first ever reissue of their 1983 self-released demo tape “In Case of Emergency Kick Ass, this will be the first time this is available on vinyl. For Fans Of: Youth Brigade Stretch Marks SNFU Battalion of Saints Offenders Circle One (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • One of the coolest bands to emerge out of the early East LA scene, The Undertakers started out in 1977/1978 and would develop a unique darkness tinged ominus punk sound that sounded unlike anyone else at the time. Having played many a show at the legendary venues in East LA such at the now infamous Vex and other legendary clubs such as the Hong Kong Garden, The Whiskey, the Starwood and the Mabuhay Gardens, they shared the these stages with the likes of The Plugz, The Gears, Alleycats, DOA, X, Suburban Lawns and the Brat and many others. Puke n Vomit is excited to finally make available for the first time on LP their unreleased 1981 studio album that was scheduled to be released on Tito Larriva's Fatima Records but remained unreleased until it was briefly available on CD in 2001. This will be the first vinyl LP release of this now legendary slice of LA punk in it's intended form with extensive packaging. (Puke n Vomit Records) https://soundcloud.com/kcet-digital/thee-undertakers-crucify-me
  • The Stiffs are an English band, variously referred to as punk rock, pop punk and power pop, hailing from Blackburn, Lancashire. Championed by Radio 1 DJ John Peel, their most successful singles were "Inside Out" and "Goodbye My Love". This compilation album compiles the following releases: Inside Out 7'' (1979) Standard English 7'' (1979) Volume Control 7'' (1980) Goodbye My Love 7'' (1981) The Young Guitars ‎12" (1985) (Puke N Vomit)
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    Originally released in 1983's the only album from the British Hardcore Punk band from Stoke-On-Trent released in the 80s during their original inacarnation. Musically, they were like fellow UK heavyweights GBH and Discharge. Guitarist Fish later left The Skeptix to join Discharge long out of print since the 80s, this UK Hardcore classic is back in print thanks to PNV Records. For Fans Of: Blitz GBH Discharge English Dogs Exploited (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    This LP collects for the first time all five singles plus the demo from UK punk's The Skeptix. All five were recorded between 1982 and 1984 with the band playing across the country with GBH, Broken Bones, and Abrasive Wheels. This reissue also features a reproduction of a tour poster The Skeptix were to do with English Dogs that never happened. Tracklist A1 Routine Machine 2:44 A2 Curfew 1:33 A3 Scarred For Life 3:27 A4 Peace Force 2:40 A5 Born To Lose 3:20 A6 Another Day 4:35 A7 Return To Hell 3:41 A8 War Drum 4:17 A9 Vendetta 3:35 B1 Violent Streets 3:02 B2 Got No Choice 2:15 B3 Fear (Demo) 4:08 B4 Legion Of The Damned (Demo) 2:17 B5 Images (Demo) 2:54 B6 Heroes And Villians (Demo) 3:05 B7 Reunion (Demo) 2:03 B8 Don't Listen To Them (Demo) 3:23 B9 Modern Society (Demo) 6:14 Tracks A1-B2 From the Singles Tracks B3-B9 From the demo (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • The first US release of the Partisans 2nd album. Originally released in 1984 on Cloak & Dagger Records. The Time Was Right starts off with a bang-"I Never Needed You," one of the best Punk songs ever written, begs the listener to shout along with the chorus. The album features other indispensable Punk classics like the magnanimous "The Money Rolls In" and the equally impressive "Blind Ambition," which are both teeming with emotion and pleading vocals. Off the live side, some highlights are the entreating "17 Years," "Arms Race," with its Cold War commentary, and "Overdose," with its memorable bass/drum intro and infectious beat. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Repressed for the first time since 2007, Queer Pills is re-releasing/repressing this amazing slice of UK Anarcho Dark Punk. Originally self- released by the band on cassette in the UK only in 1984. The track ‘Animal Crimes' from the tape was featured on legendary UK Anarcho/Punk 'Who? What? Why? When? Where?' compilation LP in 1984 released on the pioneering and influential Mortarhate Records. Over the years the band has become very well known and is the demand has been building for this reissue. Previously released as a demo tape in 1984 on Inept Tapes. Recorded on October 3rd, 1983 at Arnys Shack, Bournemouth, UK. Insert with lyrics and band pictures included. For Fans Of: Flux of Pink Indians Mayhem Rudimentary Peni Blitzkrieg Conflict (Puke N Vomit/Queer Pills)
  • The Lewd were one of the coolest and best West Coast (Seattle/SF) Punk/Hardcore bands of the late 70s /early 80s. Known for their sought after KBD 7' single 'Kill Yourself' (1979) and their classic LP 'American Wino' (1982) This collection of demos from 1979 to 1980 bridges the gap between their 70s punk days in Seattle and 80s Hardcore days in San Francisco. The LP contains their awesome 1979 Demo, unreleased songs from the 'American Wino' LP sessions and 1980 studio tracks from a session for Subterranean Records in SF. (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    Black leather, spikes and chains, The Lewd is, as Dirk Dirksen put it, "One of them kind of acts." Their 1982 album, "American Wino," is violent, ugly, perverse and frightening. The songs betray a bleak and ominous vision of American life seen through the eyes of youth without hope of a future. This is not the San Francisco sound of the '60s, but rather the belligerent sounds of these Seattle transplants' fight for survival on the gritty streets where the dejection of last generation's Utopian failures meets the stark realities of economic deprivation. This is fast, jarring and furious punk rock at its finest. Long languishing in obscurity due to its rarity, the reissue of this seminal LP makes it a compulsory component of any punk rock record collection. Bonus goodies include a collage poster, five postcards, original insert plus redone insert, mailorder-only song book repro and a reproduction promo ad poster. (Puke N Vomit)  
  • The first ever archival collection of both of the rare and highly collectable 7” EPs from southern California Mod band The Jetz. The album features both Eps, 1982s “Point of View” and 1983s “Just A Picture” plus a rare unreleased bonus track. This is classic power-pop, British Invasion Mod music, a little bit R&B and a little bit punk. Both EPs are highly sought after collectables, and both are amazing slices of 80s Mod culture. For Fans Of: The Jam Style Council Secret Affair The Purple Hearts The Lambrettas Label: Mod Platters – MP03
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    The Jetz were an amazing Power Pop/ Mod/ Punk band who released and amazing and sought-after collectible 7" in 1977. The collection includes the 7" plus everything else recorded between 1977-1979. The PNV release of the album features one additional bonus song not found on the now out of print 2011 German only release. Tracklist A1 Catch Me A2 If That's What You Really Want A3 You Stepped Outta Line A4 Time Of Your Life (Live) A5 Do You Think That's Funny A6 Whatcha Gonna Do? (Live) B1 Don't Answer B2 We're All Models (Live) B3 I'll Get A Hold On You B4 Ricky The Prefect B5 Getting Over You B6 Find It (Live) Label: Puke N Vomit
  • Second album by this amazing, popular, '80s, UK-punk band from Dagenham, London, originally released in 1984 on Riot City Records. Essential UK punk/oi with a touch of dub/reggae. The album was produced by UK Subs' Nicky Garratt. (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    Debut album from popular, '80s, UK-punk band The Ejected, from Dagenham, London. The Ejected made a name for themselves by appearing on the 1981, charting, UK, punk/oi compilation "Carry On Oi," released on Riot City. For fans of UK Subs, Cockney Rejects, Angelic Upstarts, The Clash, Abrasive Wheels, and Chaos UK. (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    A collection of all The Dark's singles 1979-1982 plus rare outtakes and live cuts. The Dark were a short lived UK Punk band that hailed from Islington, London. One of the more overlooked bands that bridged the gap from 77/78 punk to the sounds of 82UK Punk/Hardcore. Known for their catchy guitar driven sound and subtle and observant lyrics dealing with relevant political concerns of the time. (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • THE ADICTS ‎| 27 | LP

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    This overlooked fifth studio album by long running UK Punk band The Adicts, the LP was originally released by Cleopatra Records in the USA in 1992 on CD only. For hardcore Adicts fans and Punk critics this is a truly overlooked and underappreciated 90s Punk classic. It’s loaded with catchy Droog anthems. Features some of their best songs that they still perform live to this day. For Fans Of: Cock Sparrer Die Toten Hosen Vice Squad One Way System (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • The Sound of Music’ may be one of the most underappreciated punk albums of 1982, while many great and genre defining and seminal albums were released that year few were released that were as fun and imaginative as The Adicts ‘The Sound Of Music’. It features classics such as ‘Joker In The Pack’, ‘Chinese Takeaway’ and ‘my Baby Got Run Over By A Steamroller’ just to name a few. It can be argued that is as perfect an album as there is. Comes with a poster and liner notes from the band. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    "Smart Alex," originally released in 1985, is just as great as their first two albums; this time out they took some chances and slowed things down at times, giving the album a cool ominous tone, creating a fantastic slice of darkness tinged punk with doses of pop and new wave without compromising anything that made them the great punk band that they had become. Just check out tracks like "California or "Jellybaby" to see how a band can progress and evolve without losing site of everything they were and could be. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • SIN 34’s only full-length LP, Do You Feel Safe? Captured the band in their short-lived prime. Originally released in 1983 and only repressed once in a super limited run in 2014, then quickly going back out of print. But thanks to PNV it’s back in print with updated and deluxe packaging. Sin 34 were a popular early first wave Los Angeles Punk Hardcore known for their fast, defiant angry satire filled sound. Fronted by powerhouse female vocalist Julie Lanfeld and Sin 34 also featured famed indie film maker Dave Markey on drums. Dave is best known for the popular award winning 1991 tour film ‘The Year That Punk Broke’ that chronicled tours by Sonic Youth, Nirvana and Dinosaur Jr and others. (Puke N Vomit Records/Smoke Seven Records)
  • This PNV LP compiles their long out print and rare 1982 7” EP “Die Laughing” along with their 1981 sessions. Sin 34 were a popular early first wave Los Angeles Punk Hardcore known for their fast, defiant angry satire filled sound. Fronted by powerhouse female vocalist Julie Lanfeld and Sin 34 also featured famed indie film maker Dave Markey on drums. Dave is best known for the popular award winning 1991 tour film ‘The Year That Punk Broke’ that chronicled tours by Sonic Youth, Nirvana and Dinosaur Jr and others. Tracks 1-5 originally released as “Die Laughing” 7” EP on Spinhead Records 001. Tracks 6-15 originally released (different mixes) on “Die Listening” 1981-1984 AD. Track 17 originally released (different mix) on “Life Is Boring, So Why Not Steal This Record?” Compilation. Includes a two sided black & white poster with band photo and lyrics + color poster of flyers from past shows. Tracklist A1 American America A2 Children Should Not Be Heard A3 The Uniform A4 12 Hour Trip A5 Join The Race A6 American America A7 Who Needs Them? A8 Say We Suck A9 Runaway A10 34 Sins B1 Only Love B2 Fads B3 Children Shall Not Be Heard B4 Live Or Die B5 Nothing Makes Sense B6 Not (Phil Version) B7 Forced Education (Puke N Vomit Records/Smoke Seven Records)
  • The next installment of the Smoke 7 series, this split features classic Arizona skate punk outfit JFA and Los Angeles punk legends Sin 34, each with three songs from the "Sudden Death" compilation that was originally released in 1982. Tracklist A1 JFA*– Low Rider A2 JFA*– Guess What A3 JFA*– American Buttfucker B1 Sin 34– Only Love B2 Sin 34– Nuclear War B3 Sin 34– Who Needs Them (Puke N Vomit)
  • SEDICION | extintos | LP

    19.00 incl. tax
    Killer Mexican HC,. Simple, minimalist yet powerful Latino hardcore with political lyrics. Official reissue their first LP originally self released in 1988. (Puke N Vomit Records) ‎
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    Sado-Nation were a popular female fronted Punk band that released some of the best and most sought-after collectable American punk records during their existence from 1978 -1984. This LP compiles/collects their unreleased 1981 LP “Disruptive Pattern” and their rare 1982/83 demo tape. Tracklist Disruptive Pattern LP 1981 - Unreleased On Vinyl A1 I Accuse You A2 Cut Off The Cord A3 No More A4 See You Trough My Eyes A5 Phobias A6 Industrial Revolution B1 The Dark B2 Olé B3 Death Camp 3-Song Cassette 1982/1983 B4 Control B5 Military Whore B6 Verbal Wad (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • RF7 is a long-lived, southern California punk rock band that began in 1979 by Felix Alanis and small time child star of the Sheriff John show Nick Lamagna. Felix also began the record label Smoke Seven Records and signed his band and many others who were ignored by the big labels then, such as Redd Kross, Bad Religion, JFA, Crank Shaft, Circle One, Sin 34, Youth Gone Mad, etc. From the beginning, the RF7 sound was not clearly punk but really what would be called today hardcore punk. RF7's 1982 "Weight of the World" is their debut album and is reissued for the first time on vinyl since the original release. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    The complete discography from this late 90s early 2000’s Hardcore Band from Portland. Religious War was known for their D-Beat Japanese/Swedish influenced aggressive in your face sound. The Discography collects their sole 2003 LP ‘Cracked System’ and their two out of print (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Available for the first time on vinyl, early raw versions of classic tracks from legendary NYC Anarcho punk band Reagan Youth. One of New York City's earliest Hardcore bands, forming in early 1980, hailing from Queens NYC where they attended Forest Hills High School the same HS as the Ramones. They shared the stage with many of the other 80s legends such as Bad Brains, MDC, Dead Kennedys and the Misfits.In 1984 they released their now classic album 'Youth Anthems For The New Order' on SF label R Radical Records home of Anarcho Hardcore Punks MDC. This album predates that LP, the recordings on this album have an amazing primitive raw in your face energy and feel. A true artifact of blistering punk from the early NYCHC scene. You also get them tearing through a cover of the motorhead classic 'Ace of Spades' along with all the deluxe packaging you've come to expect from Puke n Vomit Records. (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • Puke n Vomit Records presents a reissue of Pure Hell sole full-length album, recorded in 1978 but not released until 2006. In 1974, on the streets of Philadelphia, a band unlike any other was formed. They called themselves Pretty Poison. They had a sound so ahead of its time that the music industry was not yet ready for it. They coupled the punk sound of the New York bands of the time with a harder, faster heavy metal edge unheard before. Their unique sound was a result of Kenny Gordon's berserk choreography and Preston Morris's needling guitar riffs, while Steel and Spider added synchronized barrage with no nonsense execution to the arsenal. Inspired by the famous fuel-altered dragster, they changed their name to Pure Hell in 1975. Soon after, they moved to New York City where they played with bands like the New York Dolls, Sid Vicious, Wayne County and the Electric Chairs, The Dead Boys, The Stimulators, Richard Hell, The Germs, The Nuns, The Cramps and more. In 1978 Pure Hell headlined a tour of the UK, with bands like the UK Subs, Wilko Johnson, Vermilion & the Aces and more opening for them. While in the UK, their only original record was released. It was a single released by their manager Curtis Knight on his label, Golden Sphinx Records. The songs on the single were "These Boots Were Made for Walking" and "No Rules." The single charted in the top 40 charts in the UK. During the same year, a full length album was recorded but was never released. It did not surface again for 28 years. (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    First ever reissue of the sought after 1988 12' Mini LP from Japanese Hardcore Punk band Poison (Poison Arts) from Tokyo. Poison is considered one of the pioneering bands of the popular Japanese Hardcore style “Burning Spirits". The band initially started out as Poison in 1982, but changed their name to Poison Arts, since there was a US hard rock band with the same name. Poison / Poison Arts released most of their sought-after collectable releases on the legendary Japanese Punk label Selfish Records. shared stages with other legendary Japanese bands such as Gastunk. Their guitarist Chelsea also played with Japanese hardcore bands Death Side and Paintbox For Fans Of: G.I.S.M, Gauze, Ghoul, The Clay Label: Puke N Vomit
  • This was their official debut studio album released in 1983 album. The album hit No.4 in the UK Indie Chart. The album features Indie Charting singles ‘Zombie Creeping Flesh’ (No.2), ‘Blown Out Again’ (No.40) and ‘Wimpeez’ (No.8). One of the funniest and most endearing UK Punk bands PATTTB is still touring and playing big punk festivals all over the world. This will be the first domestic vinyl release of this classic UK album, the PNV reissue comes with inserts and fold out poster plus liner notes by Peter himself. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • The first ever vinyl release of this rare demo from cult UK82 punk band from Sunderland. 4 Track 7” EP of catchy raucous noisy Punk/Hardcore. Label: Puke N Vomit, Queer Pills
  • Originally released in 1983 on UK punk label Razor Records and now available domestically for the first time in the USA. Take the ferocity and sloganeering of The Clash, and the call to arms of Stiff Little Fingers, and add the charm and rhythmic power of the Ramones, and you get this magical album. Loaded with witty and humorous songs about teenage frustrations, the complexities of relationships, and serious subjects as well, such as racial tensions, equality, and boredom. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Projectile Platters is releasing this must have slice of essential Canadian Punk/Power Pop/ New Wave that no one who has a Punk collection can live with out. The Modernettes were a popular Punk band that formed in Vancouver around 1980. All of the members added vocals to the performances giving them a uniquely poppy and catchy sound. The Projectile Platters reissue compiles both of their long out of print and sought after collectable EPs. 1980s "Teen City" EP features the classics "Suicide Club," "Little Girls," "Celebrity Crackup," and the band's strongest and probably most popular song, "Barbara." 1982s "View From The Bottom" features another 5 must have classic KBD style Power Pop/Punk tracks including their cool version of the Velvet Underground classic " Femme Fatale". The LP will have the usual Projectile Platters extras a replica fold out poster for "View From The Bottom" and a double sided insert with liner notes. FOR FANS OF: The Ramones Teenage Head Pointed Sticks The Diodes Angry Samoans De Cylinders The Lloyds (Puke N Vomit/Projectile Platters)
  • Reissue of their impossible to find 1983 4track 7” EP. Menstrual Cycles were a short lived early 80s American Hardcore Punk band from Florida. This is the first ever reissue of the 7” EP. The band had a very UK 82 influenced glue-sniffing punk sound and look, their singer was originally from Scotland and had moved to Florida and his style and look was very UK influenced giving the band a unique sound in the early American Punk/Hardcore scene. Label: Puke N Vomit, Queer Pills
  • Originally released on CD only in 2005, this will be the first ever vinyl release of Major Conflict’s Discography. Major Conflict were an early 80s NYCHC band hailing from Queens, New York. Major Conflict rose from the ashes of another legendary NYC HC and Urban Waste. The LP includes their sought after 7” EP from 1983, plus rare studio demo tracks and amazing raw live tracks recorded at CBGBs and A7. For Fans Of: Urban Waste Murphy’s Law Kraut Radicts Stiff Little Fingers Bad Brains (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    The Latch Key Kids were a Punk Rock group from Huntington Park, California. This is the first time this awesome slice of Southern California suburban hardcore will be available on vinyl, the demo was recorded in 1986 and outside of the LA region few got hear this amazing music. Total teenage angst ridden pulsating hardcore, loaded with awesome metallic tinged guitars. If these guys had been included on a Mystic Records comp back in the day, they would been better known and appreciated, Thanks to the fine us over at PNV records this will be available to the wider public. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    After all the classic early Finnish hardcore bands fell apart or changed their sound, a new generation took over to keep the Finnish punk spirit alive.Kumikristus was one of them. Fast furious hardcore punk played by teenage kids, loaded with hooks and tight playing. The complete discography from short lived Finnish Punk/Hardcore band that was around from 1984 – 1987. Tracks A1-A7: EP Demo 25.5.1985 Tracks A8-A10: Studio 55 Demo 1985 Tracks B1-B6: 3SV Studio Demo 7.6.1986 / Turku Haisee kok.LP session Tracks B7-B10: Ihminen On Ihmiselle Susi, Eläimelle? Kok. kassu 1985/1986 (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    Puke n Vomit Psychobilly Sub Label Phantom Chord Records reissues another must have slice of classic UK Psychobilly. Originally released in 1987 on UK label Lost Moment Records. Their 2nd album continues where there classic debut leaves off, that sweet middle ground between Rockabilly and Psychobilly. The album has a little bit darker sound and atmosphere compared to their debut album 'The Adventures Of The Krewmen'. These days it's considered a 'must have' slice of groundbreaking and a highly influential album in the evolution and history of Psychobilly music. (Phantom Chord Records)
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    Puke n Vomit Psychobilly Sub Label Phantom Chord Records reissues another must have slice of classic UK Psychobilly. Originally released in 1987 on UK label Lost Moment Records. Their 3rd album would help to make them household names in Psychobilly/Rockabilly circles around the world from Europe to Japan and in the USA. The album features their well known and fast paced cover of the Clash’s 'Should I Stay or Should I Go' along with a red hot cover of T-Rex's 'Solid Gold Action'. It was also the last album with legendary singer Mark "Mad Dog" Cole. (Phantom Chord Records)
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    One of the coolest and best bands to ever emerge out of the Rock n Roll sleaze pit of Los Angeles, The Joneses were the epitome of trashy rock ‘n’ roll. A mix of the New York Dolls, Ramones and Eddie Cochran – commonly referred to as ‘too glam for punk and too punk for rock”. Their music is pure punk fueled rock ‘n’ roll aggression, loaded with ‘50s style melodies but brandishing a hard ‘80s Los Angeles aggressive edge. The third volume in the PNV Joneses reissue series compiles their tracks from their ‘Tits and Champagne’ EP (1989) and their self-released ‘Anita Fix’ E.P. (1999) along with rare unreleased recordings. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    One of the coolest and best bands to ever emerge out of the Rock n Roll sleaze pit of Los Angeles, The Joneses were the epitome of trashy rock ‘n’ roll. A mix of the New York Dolls, Ramones and Eddie Cochran – commonly referred to as ‘too glam for punk and too punk for rock”. Their music is pure punk fueled rock ‘n’ roll aggression, loaded with ‘50s style melodies but brandishing a hard ‘80s Los Angeles aggressive edge. The second volume in the PNV Joneses reissue series compiles their tracks from the infamous “Hell Comes To Your House Part II” comp (1983) plus their sleaze soaked rock n roll debut LP ‘Keeping Up With The Joneses’ (1986) along with other rare tracks. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    One of the coolest and best bands to ever emerge out of the Rock n Roll sleaze pit of Los Angeles, The Joneses were the epitome of trashy rock ‘n’ roll. A mix of the New York Dolls, Ramones and Eddie Cochran – commonly referred to as ‘too glam for punk and too punk for rock”. Their music is pure punk fueled rock ‘n’ roll aggression, loaded with ‘50s style melodies but brandishing a hard ‘80s Los Angeles aggressive edge. The first volume in the PNV reissue series compiles the 1982 “Jonestown” 7”, The 1983 “Criminals” 12” EP along with various rare compilation tracks and other odds and ends capturing their early years. (Puke N Vomit Records/Smoke Seven Records)
  • US reissue of this 2005 German only compilation LP. Jack & The Rippers were an early Swiss catchy Punk / Power Pop band known for their catchy songs and impressive performances. The LP features their rare cassette only release from 1978 and the two tracks from their 1979 7”. All songs recorded at THC Studios, Geneva, Switzerland, spring 1978. For Fans of: The Buzzcocks Nasal Boys Menace Sex Pistols The Damned (Puke N Vomit Records/Dirty Faces Records)
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    Puke n Vomit presents the first domestic vinyl release of this seminal UK Anarcho Punk classic from 1984. Onward Christian Soldiers by Icons Of Filth is a fiery slice of fierce punk/hardcore with lyrics dealing with a need for individual responsibility, action and positive change. Considered one of the defining and most popular albums to be released from the 80s UK Anarcho Punk scene. The scene bands and records from that time are enjoying a new resurgence with the new breed of Anarcho/Political bands that often cite that period and bands as major influences. Comes with poster and insert. For fans of CRASS, The Instigators, Flux of Pink Indians, Conflict, Poison Girls, Crucifix, Anti-Sect and countless others. (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    Reissued on vinyl for the first time since their original release in 1982. "Last Rights for GENOCIDE and M.I.A.” is the title of one of my most beloved split albums ever released. Since its initial release in 1982, it has never been re released in its entirety and that is a major crime. "Awesome split record from Smoke Seven Records with two great US hardcore/punk combos. Genocide was founded early 1980 in New Jersey by Bobby EBZ (vocals), Wheels (bass), Jet Screamer (guitars) and Damage (drums) and "they were a full-throttle, skull fucking rip-ride of hardcore sex, ghetto drugs and berserk violence, a supersonic nailgun of Aquanet and mascara and spikes and splatterpunk and slutmetal. And this was way before most of that shit was even invented, brother. Led by shadowy charlatan and full-bore suicidal egomaniac Bobby EBZ, for one very brief but blinding moment in the late 80’s, Genocide threatened to rip rockNroll’s heart right out of it’s leather-clad chest and eat it whole. Besides a fashion sense that suggested needle Nazis from outer space, and a disposition just this side of liquored-up junkyard dogs, Genocide really ought to be remembered as one of the first bands to realize that there wasn't a whole lot of difference between the punk rock riot of GBH and the hellfire spit metal of Venom. So they played both at once. M.I.A. were formed 1980 in Las Vegas by Mike (vocals), Nick (guitars), Paul (bass/piano) and Moon (drums) and they broke up and then reunited a few months later in Orange County/California, becoming part of the growing scene there. Shortly after recording a demo, songs were snapped up for two now-legendary 1982 punk compilations: American Youth Report and Not So Quiet On The Western Front. The rest of the demo was released as a split LP Last Rites for Genocide and M.I.A.- The band struck a deal with notorious punk label Alternative Tentacles and released Murder in A Foreign Place in June of 1984. That summer they embarked on a grueling three month tour of the United States & Canada. In 1985 they completed another U.S. tour and headed back into the studio to record the post-punk classic Notes From the Underground. In 1987 the band issued its final studio album on Flipside Rec., After The Fact. In 2001, Alternative Tentacles issued Lost Boys, a compilation of the first two albums plus extras; in 2017 Darla Records reissued Notes From the Underground and After The Fact digitally and on CD for the first time." Great Music!" (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Reissue of their 2013 Debut album. PNV is making this must have album of amazing impassioned, tuneful Spanish-language punk KBD style punk available once again. The album has been Out-of-Print since 2018. The band just released their 5th LP in 2022. One of the most consistently hard-working bands on the punk scene today, they play live all the time and tour constantly. 2011 demo tracks added as a bonus For those that dont know who they are, the band started out in 2010 in South-Central L.A. and have released 5 studio albums, along with countless EPs and Live Tapes. Label: Puke N Vomit
  • The glorious Fuck Ups from San Francisco. MRR's most hated band! The first song is White Boy which Bob Noxious sings about walking around San Francisco's Mission Dist. For those that don't know, The Mission District, or The Mission as we say, is a latino enclave that borders the SOMA Dist. and Noe Valley. Loads of gang problems and crime, but with some of the best Mexican food around! MRR black balled The Fuck Ups for this song, stating that they were racist. Noooo they're not! MRR was a bible to alot of us during the 80's, but as I have gotten older have realized that they were dictating their own agenda in the punk scene here. With no voice to air their own views, The Fuck Ups had to play incognito and such. Now I am not saying that Bob Noxious was a saint. Far from that. He was notorious for attacking other lead singers of bands he did not like and he managed to do so to Ian McKaye of Minor Threat at either The Tool and Die or the Mab I cannot remember which. Also I think guitarist Joe Dirt was in Society Dog too. They released their one legendary ep in 1982 called “FU-82”. Angry, pissed-off and obnoxious, they really came across with the full scale of punk-emotions. Its a fuken classic!! with hate filled songs like “I think your shit”,”I hate You”,”Negative Reaction” Etc…They were also on a few comps like “We Got Power” in 1983 and they were on a comp. with GG. They were one of the meanest bands in there time,real fucken jerks along with Urban Assault, Sick Pleasure and the Lewd. For fans of Society Dog and the early 80's San Francisco sound, as well as any obnoxious sod. This one's for you. (Puke N Vomit)
  • This compilation album compiles their 18 track 1983 demo along with their collectable 1984 Mystic Records 7” EP. False Confession is an amazing dark Punk band from Oxnard California. The band is still playing shows, putting out records and touring. For Fans Of: Ill Repute The Grim Dr Know The Agression Stalag 13 (Puke N Vomit/Queer Pills)
  • The one and only LP from Southern California Hardcore band Don’t know. The LP was released in 1986 on National Trust Records and has never been reissued until now. These days it’s a sought-after collectible So Cal Hardcore artifact. We here at PNV are reissuing the LP and making it available once again. Fast, furious, blazing intense Hardcore Punk from Playa Del Rey near Los Angeles. Their debut 7” (1985) was released on Mystic Records and they were included/featured on some of the most iconic Punk/Hardcore comps of the 80s such as “We Got Power (Party or Go Home)” (1983), “Party Animal “(1984) and others. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Available for the first time all the studio recordings of UK Punk band The Cause, the LP includes their rare and collectable 1984 7inch ‘Silent Cry’ along with both of their unreleased rare studio demos ‘Violence’ and ‘Solider Boy’. For Fans Of: Abrasive Wheels Infa-Riot Bltz Chron Gen UK Subs (Queer Pills Records)
  • Official reissue of Disorder's 3rd'LP from 1989. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • This early singles compilation was originally only released in Japan in 1984. The Puke N Vomit full-length builds on the '80s, Japanese-only version and compiles all the band's first four, self-released records: the "Complete Disorder" EP (1981), "Distortion To Deafness" 7" (1981), "Perdition" EP (1982), and the "Mental Disorder" EP (1983). Another Disorder album loaded with classic, raw, pissed-off, belligerent, '80s, UK punk. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Puke N Vomit Records delivers more of what the kids are screaming for with another album from everyone's favorite UK, hardcore noise merchants, Disorder. Disorder is a legendary and influential UK, hardcore-punk band known for their unique, noisy as fuck, raw, pissed-off, belligerent punk sound. This new collection from the masterminds at Puke N Vomit Records compiles their tracks from their splits with Norway's Kafka Prosess from '86, their '92 tracks from their split with Dutch hardcore band Mushroom Attack, but that's not all folks: this full-length also includes the "More Noize" EP from '91 and "Pain Headache Depression" EP from '94. Label: Puke N Vomit
  • Reissue of the 2000 album. Label: Puke N Vomit
  • PNV delivers more of what the kids are screaming for with another album from everyone’s favorite UK Hardcore noise merchants Disorder. Disorder is a legendary and influential UK Hardcore punk band known for their unique noisy as fuck raw pissed off belligerent punk sound. This new collection from the masterminds at PNV compiles their tracks from their splits with Norway’s Kafka Prosess from 86, their 92 tracks from their split with Dutch Hardcore band Mushroom Attack, but that’s not all folks, the LP also includes the More Noize EP from 91 and Pain Headache Depression EP from 94. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Reissue of their 2002 album. This will be the first time this is available worldwide since 2016. Label: Puke N Vomit
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    Reissue of their 1991 album, originally released in the UK, Europe, and Japan only. This will be the first time this is available in the usa on vinyl and available worldwide since 2016. Label: Puke N Vomit
  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space is an Mini LP by American punk rock band The Dickies. It was released in 1988 by Enigma Records.It contains the song "Killer Klowns," the title song of the 1988 film Killer Klowns from Outer Space. South Californian artist Shag designed and executed the album cover artwork, the first of various collaborations with The Dickies. (Puke N Vomit)
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    “War On the Street” is the newest album from long running Portland Punk merchants. Loaded with piss, rage and smarts this is pure 100% American Street Punk n Roll. (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    Back in print for the first time since it's original release in 1999. "Nothing Lasts Forever" was the second studio album released by popular PDX punks Defiance. Not only do they bring the punk, they also unleash a great version of the Girlschool classic "Emergency." Track Listing: 1. Nowhere 2. Don't Want It 3. Dead And Gone 4. Cheers 5. Nothing Worth Dying For 6. It's Never Gonna Change 7. Kill The Bastards 8. You Don't Know 9. Emergency 10. Nothing Lasts Forever (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • The first ever vinyl collection that includes all the collectable 7” singles from this amazing Dutch Power Pop / New Wave band. The PNV collection not only compiles all three Dutch only 7” singles released between 1980-1981 but also unreleased studio recordings from the same period. De Cylinders feature a 6-piece line up with cool keyboards and great female vocals giving the songs an extra level of catchiness. The songs are amazing hook filled classic early high energy 80s New Wave. For Fans Of: Blondie The Shivvers Rudi X-Ray Spex The Beat (Projectile Platters Records)
  • D.N.A. | discography | LP

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    D.N.A. was an early 1980s hardcore punk band from Skövde. They were among the notable pioneers of the classic Swedish Hardcore Punk sound of the time. The singer of D.N.A. , Nillen, was an original member of Anti Cimex. After Anti Cimex’s 1982’s “Anarkist Attack” EP the rest of the band all moved to Gothenburg, except Nillen who formed D.N.A. The PNV LP collects their classic recordings from the 80s including comp tracks and rare recordings. This is an intense LP of amazing flesh ripping raw Punk with elements of d-beat. (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • CRAZY | same title | LP

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    The first ever reissue of this amazing Swiss Punk artifact. Originally released in very limited quantities in Switzerland and Germany only in 1980. Crazy were an early Swiss Punk band hailing from Luzern - active from 1979 until the end of 1982 or early 1983.They managed to release this one influential and highly collectable album along with a much sought after 7” EP in 1981. Crazy released the first independent Swiss Punk LP which was recorded in a mere three days at the Sunrise Studios. Crazy were the considered by many as the flagship of the second Swiss Punk generation. This album is one of the top ‘Must Have’ Swiss punk albums. Loaded with hard and uncompromising social-critical lyrics, fantastic driving catchy Punk, sung mainly in Swiss-German, the great straight-forward sound and the subtle political undertones, inspired many others to also form a Punk band in the early 80s. Now thanks to PNV Records you can hear for yourselves what maybe one of Switzerland’s most convincing Punk acts ever! Killer!!! (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • Unreleased, alternate mix of their legendary 1983 album taken from the original tapes. Fast and furious, early '80s, Southern California hardcore. The original album is now considered a pioneering classic of American hardcore for its lyrics dealing with teenage frustration and angst, along with such bands as Suicidal Tendencies and Black Flag. "CIRCLE ONE is a band I only know through their reputation—and through stories of singer John Macias being killed by police at the age of 29. It’s Macias’s vocals which are the most interesting component of this reissue. Atop mid-tempo to fast SoCal hardcore, Macias sings with way more theatrics than I expected, reminding me of Jello on late DEAD KENNEDYS stuff, or, alternately, Jack Grisham of TSOL." Reviewer Michael T. Fournier MRR #460 • September 2021 (Puke n Vomit Records)
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    Must have Power Pop, this is the latest album from Italian Power Pop/Punk band, known for playing power pop with a garage rock attitude. They released their debut 7” on SF based Punk label Rip Off Records in 1999. Since then, they’ve released two LPs and numerous EPs and splits. For Fans Of: The Rip Offs The New Bomb Turks The Real Kids The Infections (Puke N Vomit)
  • This collection compiles all the Chaotic Dischord 7” tracks released on UK punk label Riot City and the sought after ‘Don’t Throw It All Away’ Mini LP from 84. These recordings have been unavailable and out of print on vinyl since the mid-80s. Originally formed in 1982 as a joke by members of Vice Squad and its roadies, they quickly became popular after their inclusion on the seminal 1982 UK Punk compilation ‘Riotous Assembly’ released by Riot City Records. They would go onto to become an influential and popular 82 UK Punk band. (Puke N Vomit Records)