• When the punks go marching in" is the 1982 debut album by punk legends Abrasive Wheels. Hailing from Leeds, the band were seldom out of the Independent charts between 1980 and 1984 when the band split. It's a very youthful-sounding album, littered with barely concealed influences (the "Holidays in the Sun" guitar on "First Rule [No Rule]" is a dead giveaway), but there's no denying either the quality or the fervency of the music and, by the time you hit the title track, a partial take on the old "When the Saints Go Marching In," exhaustion is the least of your emotions. For fans of CHRON GEN, THE PARTISANS and CHAOS UK. (Puke n Vomit Records)
  • The second studio album, released on the band’s own label SOS Records in 1987 following a reunion of the band after a five-year breakup (whilst members persued other projects such as D.I. Chritian Death etc.) . Thirteen tracks, including new recordings of all three songs from 1981’s Welcome to Reality EP, as well as covers of “The House of the Rising Sun” and the Stooges’ “I Got a Right”. (Nickel And Dime Records / Triple X Records)
  • Adolescents, also known as The Blue Album due to its cover design, is the debut studio album by American punk rock band the Adolescents, released in April 1981 on Frontier Records. Recorded after guitarist Rikk Agnew and drummer Casey Royer joined the band, it features several songs written for their prior group, the Detours, including "Kids of the Black Hole" and "Amoeba", which became two of the Adolescents' most well-known songs. Adolescents was one of the first hardcore punk albums to be widely distributed throughout the United States, and became one of the best-selling California hardcore albums of its time.[1] The band never toured in support of it, and broke up four months after its release. The Blue Album lineup of Agnew, Royer, guitarist Frank Agnew, bassist Steve Soto and singer Tony Brandenburg reunited several times in subsequent years, but only for brief periods. Limited repress on Restless Empire. Blue/black splatter vinyl.
    (Restless Empire Records)

  • Adventurous southern California punk trio Agent Orange was the first band to mix surf rock with punk. The group was formed in1l979 in Placentia, a small town close to Fullerton and Anaheim, by frontman Mike Palm on guitar and lead vocals, Steve Soto on bass and Scott Miller on drums. That early line up recorded the classic version of "Bloodstains" in 1979 as a demo produced by Daniel R. van Patten (of the group Berlin). A year later it was included on the seminal Rodney On The Roq compilation album released by Posh Boy Records. Meanwhile James Levesque had replaced Steve Soto (Adolescents) and the new line up released their own self produced and self released 7" ep in 1980. A year later, the group signed with Robbie Fields' Posh Boy Records for their debut LP Living In Darkness, co-produced by Fields and former Simpletones guitarist Jay Lansford. The album was recorded at Brian Elliott’s store front studio in North Hollywood (a few years before Elliott struck gold writing Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach”). A milestone in California Punk Rock history. Tracklist A1 Too Young To Die A2 Everything Turns Grey A3 Miserlou A4 The Last Goodbye A5 America* A6 Bored Of You* B1 No Such Thing B2 A Cry For Help In A World Gone Mad B3 Bloodstains B4 Living In Darkness B5 Pipeline* B6 Mr Moto* B7 Breakdown* Bonus Tracks: *A5/A6: from 'Agent Orange' 7", 1980 *B5: b side from 'Everything Turns Gray' 7", 1981 *B6/B7: from 'Bitchin' Summer' 12", 1982 (Radiation Records)
  • Adventurous southern California punk trio Agent Orange was the first band to mix surf rock with punk. The group was formed in1l979 in Placentia, a small town close to Fullerton and Anaheim, by frontman Mike Palm on guitar and lead vocals, Steve Soto on bass and Scott Miller on drums. That early line up recorded the classic version of "Bloodstains" in 1979 as a demo produced by Daniel R. van Patten (of the group Berlin). A year later it was included on the seminal Rodney On The Roq compilation album released by Posh Boy Records. Meanwhile James Levesque had replaced Steve Soto (Adolescents) and the new line up released their own self produced and self released 7" ep in 1980. A year later, the group signed with Robbie Fields' Posh Boy Records for their debut LP Living In Darkness, co-produced by Fields and former Simpletones guitarist Jay Lansford. The album was recorded at Brian Elliott’s store front studio in North Hollywood (a few years before Elliott struck gold writing Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach”). A milestone in California Punk Rock history. Black vinyl reissue, with double sided insert, includes 5 bonus tracks. Tracklist A1 Too Young To Die A2 Everything Turns Grey A3 Miserlou A4 The Last Goodbye A5 America* A6 Bored Of You* B1 No Such Thing B2 A Cry For Help In A World Gone Mad B3 Bloodstains B4 Living In Darkness B5 Pipeline* B6 Mr Moto* B7 Breakdown* Bonus Tracks: *A5/A6: from 'Agent Orange' 7", 1980 *B5: b side from 'Everything Turns Gray' 7", 1981 *B6/B7: from 'Bitchin' Summer' 12", 1982 (Radiation Records)
  • Formed in Derbyshire, in early 1978 by vocalist Martin Roper and guitarist Dugi Bell, Anti-Pasti were one of the big names of the 1980-1982 wave of UK punk, lagging only slightly behind The Exploited, GBH, and Discharge in terms of sales and leather-jacketed endorsements. Their debut album, which reached #31 on the UK charts, was originally released on the Rondelet label in 1981. That classic LP is faithfully reproduced here on vinyl with the addition of four bonus tracks from their first single, 1980s 'Four Sore Points'. A milestone in UK political punk!
    (Radiation Records)

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    Limited edition vinyl reissue of the debut album by the Anti-Nowhere League, originally issued on WXYZ Records in 1982!. Despite the obnoxious band’s reputation and the legal persecution that the group suffered due to its obscene lyrics the album remained Nº 1 for many weeks in the independent charts and it became from its release day an instant UK Punk Rock Classic!!
    (Daily Records)

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    In the late '70s, The Avengers established themselves as one of the US's preeminent punk bands. Fusing incisive guitar hooks, explosive rhythms and adolescent venom, the group forged some of the most in-your-face songs of the era. Their live shows were legendary, playing up and down the West Coast and even blowing Sex Pistols off the stage at the latter's final performance. As Byron Coley writes in the liner notes, "Of the best bands of San Francisco's first wave in 1977, The Avengers were by far the coolest and youngest sounding. They roared without irony, as though this were indeed Year Zero (and, for a moment, it was) with history being overwritten by the new. The honesty of their belief was carried by their sound. And it was convincing!" Originally released in 1983, four years after the band's dissolution, The Avengers' self-titled LP is often referred to as "The Pink Album" for its magenta-hued cover design. Frontwoman Penelope Houston's iconic voice and razor-sharp lyrics resonate on anthems "We Are The One" and "The American In Me," while penetrating ballads like "Corpus Christi" reveal a truly out-of-body euphony. The Pink Album remains The Avengers' definitive statement – collecting their classic Dangerhouse EP, sessions recorded with the Pistols' Steve Jones and a half-dozen revelatory demos. While much has been written about The Avengers in the past three decades, rock critic Greil Marcus puts it succinctly, "The word I always come back to is mystical, and that remains almost theirs alone." (Superior Viaduct Records)  
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    A pure shot of abrasive punk/rock 'n' roll with a hint of working class Oi!, Blitz were among the most influential punk bands ever. It was Gary Bushell (who wrote for "Sounds" and was later dubbed the God Father of Oi!) who brought the band to the attention of his friend Chris Berry, who had just set up No Future records with a bank loan and high hopes. No Future 001 catalog (and Blitz's debut release) was a 4 track EP titled "All Out Attack", a 20,000 copy bestseller that made the label's fortune, later to become the most representative of the whole UK82 movement. Its follow-up, "Never Surrender", reached number 2 in the Indie charts, while their 3rd EP, "Warriors", showed their slight move towards the singalong-style of classic OI!. Before shifting to a more new wave-influenced vein right by the end of 1983, they managed to reach number 2 in the charts with a fourth and last 'punk' single, "New Age". This 1980-1983 complete retrospective features all four aforementioned singles along with their very first recording session from 1980, the legendary 'Timebomb' demos, and 4 cuts from the "Voice Of A Generation" demos!  (Radiation Records)
  • Raw, violent and catchy, Blitz's 1982 debut album sounded like a shot of pure rock and roll through the violence of the English working class. Made up by two punks and two skinheads, with a lot to say about violence and football, Blitz appealed to all kinds of lowlifes, who finally had a voice for their generation. Total classic. (Radiation Records)
  • Raw, violent and catchy, Blitz's 1982 debut album sounded like a shot of pure rock and roll through the violence of the English working class. Made up by two punks and two skinheads, with a lot to say about violence and football, Blitz appealed to all kinds of lowlifes, who finally had a voice for their generation. Total classic. (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • "Welcome To The Real World" was originally released by Link Records in 1988 with Steve Kent (their first guitar player) rejoining the band made up at that moment by Micky Fitz (vocals), Steve Whale (rhythm guitar), Mark Brennan (bass), and Micky Fairbairn (drums). The album features 12 great sing-a-long anthems in the finest tradition of late-'70s/early-'80s British punk with sharp and real lyrics that describe, staying away from cliches, the life of youth in the British working-class neighbourhoods. Full-color lyric insert featuring previously unseen photos of the band included. Now available again on limited clear vinyl. (Daily Records)
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    Buzzcocks’ seminal third album, lovingly restored and re-mastered from its original ¼ tapes for the first time since its original release.
    • Newly curated booklet featuring an essay from cultural commentator Jon Savage & previously unseen images
    • Packaged in its original Malcolm Garrett designed sleeve
    • Dispatched with ltd edition ‘Product’ carrier bag
    Comes with an MP3 and WAV download card. (Domino Records/2019)
  • Buzzcocks’ seminal first album, lovingly restored and re-mastered from its original ¼ tapes for the first time since its March 1978 release. Comes with newly curated 36 page booklet featuring an essay from cultural commentator Jon Savage & previously unseen images (Domino Records/2019)
  • Buzzcocks’ seminal first album, lovingly restored and re-mastered from its original ¼ tapes for the first time since its March 1978 release.
    • Newly curated booklet featuring an essay from cultural commentator Jon Savage & previously unseen images
    • Packaged in its original Malcolm Garrett designed sleeve
    Comes with an MP3 and WAV download card. (Domino Records/2019)
  • Buzzcocks’ seminal second album, lovingly restored and re-mastered from its original ¼ tapes for the first time since its September 1978 release. Comes with newly curated 36 page booklet featuring an essay from cultural commentator Jon Savage & previously unseen images (Domino Records)
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    2018 Remastered version. Buzzcocks’ seminal second album, lovingly restored and re-mastered from its original ¼ tapes for the first time since its September 1978 release.
    • Newly curated booklet featuring an essay from cultural commentator Jon Savage & previously unseen images
    • Double-sided insert replicated from the original 1978 LP
    • Packaged in its original Malcolm Garrett designed sleeve
    Comes with an MP3 and WAV download card. (Domino Records)
  • French Oi! classic! The debut full length by Bourdeaux` Camera Silens contains 10 kick ass street bouncer with the "Chaos en France" trademark, angry & anthemic. Before being re-recorded for this LP, an earlier version of their classic song "Pour La Gloire", was the opening track on the now seminal French punk compilation "Chaos in France. Originally released in 1985 on the band owns label, "Realite" is sold out since many years and unfortunately a wet dream for the collector nerds. So this is a really great re-issue! Limited to 500 copies, comes with original artwork, lyric sheet and huge A2 poster! (Euthanasie Records)  
  • Chaotic Dischord was formed by roadies of Vice Squad who wanted to take on the sound of bands like Disorder and Chaos UK but ended up creating this record which stands next to those bands in terms of quality and urgency. This is the offical reissue of their debut LP which came out on Riot City Records in 1983 plus the tracks of the “Don’t throw it all away” 12″ from 1984. Classic stuff. (Radiation Records)
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    Christ the Album was the fourth album by Crass from 1982. It was originally released as a boxed set double vinyl LP package, including one disk of new studio material and another, entitled Well Forked… But Not Dead, of a live recording of their June 1981 gig at the 100 Club in London along with other studio tracks, demos and tape fragments. The box also included a book, A Series Of Shock Slogans and Mindless Token Tantrums (which featured Penny Rimbaud's essay The Last of the Hippies, telling the story of the suspicious death of his friend Wally Hope) and a largesize poster painted by Gee Vaucher. The album took over a year to record, produce and mix, during which time the Falklands War had taken place. This caused Crass to fundamentally question their approach to making records, for as a group whose very reason for existing was to comment upon political issues, they felt they had been overtaken and made to appear redundant by real world events. Ratcheting up the continued "leave no stone unturned" lyrical approach that characterized the group from the start, Crass again sounds like the group's about to explode in eight million directions. Ignorant takes over the lead vocal role again, his rough ramalama bitterly leading the charge against the loathed Thatcher government and the society that allowed it to come into power. Libertine, here appearing as Peeve Libido, adds backing vocals while De Vivre takes the lead on Birth Control and Sentiment. Free's guitar work roars along with the usual vim, as does the Pete Wright aka Sybil Right / Rimbaud rhythm section, while continual spiking of the musical punch via production or sonic collages, or even almost power pop catchiness at points, prevents things from being one note. In addition to the two records, this box set contains a poster and the 26-page booklet "A Series of Shock Slogans and Mindless Token Tantrums. (Crass Records/Reissue 2019)
  • San Francisco's first and only rock 'n' roll band, CRIME loomed over the entire Mabuhay Gardens scene with their blistering 1976 single Hot Wire My Heart. The group's loose, damaged rock 'n' roll was as immediate as it was controversial. aThey were punk by any definition, yet shunned the label with a guttersnipe sneer. Their meticulously cultivated aesthetic of S&M graphics and police uniforms produced some of the era's most indelible imagery. One of their finest moves was playing in the San Quentin prison yard. Formed by guitarists/vocalists Johnny Strike and Frankie Fix, CRIME enlisted bassist Ron the Ripper and drummers Ricky "Tractor" Williams (later of The Sleepers), Brittley Black, and Hank Rank. Joey D'Kaye later joined on keyboards and bass duties. For the first time, this LP release collects the sick energy of CRIME's three singles along with nine previously unreleased studio recordings from 1976 to 1980. The visceral churn and unwieldy leads on tracks like "Frustration" and "Piss On Your Dog" make Murder By Guitar the definitive statement from this prescient American underground band. (Superior Viaduct Records)  
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    "What Good Is Grief To A God" is D.I.'s third full-length studio album, which was originally released in 1988. Now available again on colored vinyl. (Nickel And Dime Records / Triple X Records)
  • It was the summer of 1976 when Dave Vanian, Rat Scabies and Captain Sensible recruited guitarist and songwriter Brian James, they played their first gig supporting the Sex Pistols at the 100 Club and quickly signed to Stiff Records and began writing the very first chapter of the punk rock history books. Their debut 7” - New Rose – was written by Brian James and backed by a proto-thrash version of The Beatles’ Help. It was recorded by Stiff’s in-house producer, Nick Lowe and set the punk dream alight at exactly 9.00am when record shops opened for business on 22 October 1976, stealing a march on the Pistols by becoming what is widely acknowledged as the very first punk record ever released.The band really came into their own with their second single - Neat Neat Neat - which had two cuts on the B-side, Stab Yor Back and Singalongascabies. Produced, like New Rose, by Nick Lowe, the vinyl had a message from one band member scratched in the run-out groove: “this is your captain speaking...” So what were Captain Sensible’s favourite acts on Stiff, one journalist asked him in 2007? “I wasn't interested!” he insists. “It was mainly pub rock in the early days, which we despised and sneered at in our young and snotty way…” After a special 7” - Stretcher Case Baby - cut to give away at gigs celebrating the band’s first anniversary, they went back into the studio, this time with Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason at the controls. Third single Problem Child was written by Brian James with Rat Scabies and featured new recruit Lu Edmonds on guitar. An incendiary two minutes of the band in their prime, it failed to crack the UK top 40 but did make number 27 in NME’s alternative singles chart. By the end of 1977, the Damned were ready to part with Stiff, just as Brian James and Lu Edmonds were ready to part with The Damned. Their last single was Don’t Cry Wolf, backed with another Nick Mason-produced track, One Way Love. This LP includes first seven The Damned's 7's on one LP! Includes double-sided insert. A1 - A2 "New Rose" 7'' (1976) A3 - A5 "Neat Neat Neat" (1977) A6 - A7 "Problem Child" (1977) A8 - A9 "Stretcher Case Baby" (1977) A10 "Don't Cry Wolf / One Way Love" (1977) B1 "Don't Cry Wolf / One Way Love" (1977) B2 - B3 "Smash It Up" (1979) B4 - B6 "Love Song" (1979) (Zero Thoughts Records/Unofficial Release)
  • This LP includes five The Damned's 7's on one LP! Includes double-sided insert. A1 - A3 "I Just Can't Be Happy Today" 7'' (1980) A4 - A6 "The History Of The World - Part I" (1980) A6 - B1 "Wait For The Blackout" (1980) B2 - B4 "White Rabbit" (1980) B5 - B7 "There Ain't No Sanity Clause" (1980) (Zero Thoughts Records/Unofficial Release)
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    Dead Boys hailed from Cleveland, OH and relocated to New York to become one of the first US punk bands signed to Sire Records. “Young, Loud and Snotty” was recorded and released in 1977 and quickly became one of the definitive US Punk Rock Albums! -Rolling Stone – “Best Top 10 Punk Albums of All Time” -Sourced from the original master tapes -Pressed at RTI for Maximum Fidelity -Limited Edition Clear With Red Vinyl. (Jackpot Records)

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