• 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)

  • 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)

  • AVENGERS | avengers | LP

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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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    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. 180 gram vinyl reissue with printed inner sleeve, contains 3 bonus tracks: Voice of Generation from V/A Total Noise, Nation on Fire and Youth from V/A "Carry on Oi". Total classic. (Radiation 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)
  • 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)  
  • "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)
  • Despite releasing records only on independent labels and receiving virtually no radio play, Dead Kennedys routinely top both critic and fan polls as the greatest punk band of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Their sound was inventive and tetchy, and front man Jello Biafra's lyrics were incisive and often scathing. This chronicle--the first in-depth book written about Dead Kennedys--uses dozens of firsthand interviews, photos, and original artwork to offer a new perspective on a group that was mired in controversy almost from its inception. It examines and applauds the band's key role in transforming punk rhetoric, both polemical and musical, into something genuinely threatening and enormously funny. Author Alex Ogg puts the local and global trajectory of punk into context and, while not flinching from the wildly differing takes the individual band members have on the evolution of the band, attempts to be celebratory--if not uncritical. Format Paperback | 214 pages Dimensions 152 x 229 x 15.24mm | 254g Language English
  • Live at the Deaf Club is a live album released by the Dead Kennedys in 2004 and had a limited edition re-release 2013 in the UK on Let Them Eat Vinyl. The actual performance took place at the San Francisco Deaf Club on March 3, 1979. The performance was unique in that this was the last time their rhythm guitarist 6025 performed with them. It also includes original drummer Ted, later replaced in February 1981 by D.H. Peligro. Also, the song "Gaslight" and their covers of "Back in the U.S.S.R." and "Have I the Right" are not found on any other DK album (The Deaf Club recordings of "Short Songs" and "Straight A's" are featured on the compilation album Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death and the hard-to-find Can You Hear Me? Music From The Deaf Club along with "Police Truck"). "Back in Rhodesia" is an early version of "When Ya Get Drafted" with a different chorus than the final version. "Kill the Poor" is also a "disco" version minus the introduction. SIDE A 1. Introduction By DJ Johnny Walker 2. Kill The Poor (Disco Version) 3. Back In Rhodesia 4. Man With The Dogs 5. Gaslight 6. California UberAlles 7. Ill In The Head SIDE B 8. Straight A's 9. Short Songs 10. Holiday In Cambodia 11. Police Truck 12. Forward To Death 13. Have I The Right? 14. Back In The U.S.S.R. 15. Viva Las Vegas (Let Them Eat Vinyl Records) https://youtu.be/cUYAMxZ9bMg
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    US Import. Death were a black power trio from Detroit who released a single in 1975 and pretty much disappeared after that. Inspired by the raw Rock 'N' Roll of the Stooges and MC5, the three brothers moved away from their Funk/R&B roots into a new realm.... for the Whole World to See features the two songs from the single ('Keep on Knocking' and 'Politicians in My Eyes') and five other tracks. MOS DEF SAYS: "These dudes were pre-Sex Pistols, pre-Bad Brains, pre-all that shit, and nobody knows about them. I don't understand how the world could forget them. You really should read up on the history of this Rock n' Roll artifact. A google search will help; something like "death band punk 1974"... The album reminds me of these bands: MC5, The Jam, Zero Boys, Early Police, RadioBirdMan - to name a few. If any of those bands are at your top 10, then this is a must have piece in your collection. NOTE: They are also selling it on vinyl on here!!! The story to this piece of work is very interesting not to mention inspiring to say the least. The songs? All are hits in my mind. I just wish there were more!" (Drag City Records)
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    The most exhaustive and complete DECLINO discography release ever made! Formed in 1982 in Torino (also hometown of Negazione, Kollettivo, Blue Vomit, Nerorgasmo and many more), DECLINO stands as one of the most important names in the legendary first wave of Italian Hardcore, or call it “the furious years” or specifically for Torino, the “wild bunch”. They were on the maps in the early MRR reports about Italy’s Punk/HC scene and also appeared in the fundamental “P.E.A.C.E.” 2xLP compilation on R Radical Records! Their style was a highly energetic clash of speed, rage and creative song-writing. The band featured members that also played in cult acts such as Negazione, Indigesti, 5° Braccio etc… and they were definitely among the first in their area to develop a mature style that was leaning more towards the intensity of total Hardcore than on Punk’s rawness. This anthology includes all their existing studio recordings, consisting of: the debut 7″ (1983), “Mucchio selvaggio” split tape/LP with Negazione (1984), 3 unreleased tracks (1984), “Eresia” 12″ (1985) and a complete soundboard live recording (Denmark, 1985) never released before in its entirety… for a total of 39 songs!
    Housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with a 11″x11″ booklet glued on the inner panel, collecting a huge selection of photos, flyers, artworks and all the lyrics. And included in this first pressing you’ll also find a poster with the discarded art for “Eresia” 12″ that has never been published to date!! Compared to the previous collective works, “Terra bruciata” is the definitive and most complete one, each session / recording included is totally complete! If you’re a maniac of rapid, straightforward Italian Hardcore and ’80s HC in general, this is an absolute must!
    Black vinyl limited to 550 copies.
    (F.O.A.D. Records)

  • Hyperactive Ramones-influenced cartoon punk rock from Los Angeles, 1979. One debut LP that made the history in the genre. Frantically fast and short versions of Black Sabbath's 'Paranoid', " the Monkees' "She," and Barry McGuire's "Eve of Destruction" along with a few unforgettable hits like 'You Make Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)' and 'Give It Back'. A must for all California Punk completists! (Survival Research Records)  
  • Throughout the 80s and into the 90s, Milwaukee’s Die Kreuzen challenged audiences by pushing the boundaries of what a hardcore band could do, experimenting with sounds far removed from the constraints of the genre. The band broke up in 1992, leaving behind four full lengths, a slew of singles and compilation appearances and an incredible amount of influence. For the remainder of the decade, its members went on to pursue other projects, both musical and otherwise. Meanwhile, the band’s legendary status began to quietly grow amongst musicians and music fans alike. Two classic LP on one CD. 1 - 14 October File, LP (1986) recorded at Multi-Track Studios, Detroit, October, '85. 15 - 34 Die Kreuzen, LP (1984) (Touch And Go Records)
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    This is the classic debut from Milwaukee's DIE KREUZEN originally released in 1984, who seamlessly blended hardcore-punk with darker elements to create a unique sound that nobody has been able to duplicate. A 24 song must have. More then a classic piece of vinyl - A definitive '80s hardcore band. Vinyl includes a digital download card. (Touch And Go Records)
  • Classic 3 song rager from 1980. Less than a year removed from "realities of war" the sound is already faster and more aggressive, leaving '70s punk behind and blazing into pure hardcore raw punk. This record has 3 of DISCHARGE's best songs which are just pure blasts of raw anger and urgency. UK hardcore as it's best! (Havoc Records)
  • The Nightmare Continues' was recorded at Tunstall Town Hall, Stoke-on-Trent in 1983 by legendary hc punk rock band DISCHARGE. Originally issued by Clay Records in 1990, it features Discharge favourites such as 'Never Again', 'Decontrol', 'Why', 'realities Of War', plus many more! (Let Them Eat Vinyl Records)
  • DISCHARGE | why | LP

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    Released in 1981 and packed with amazing anthems like "ain't no feeble bastard" DISCHARGE struck the middle ground between the dark, angry worldview and raw emotion of underground punk and the rowdy rock'n'roll of the better metal bands - when told DISCHARGE sounded like MÖTÖRHEAD, they replied, "they sound like us".
    (Radiation Records)

  • Formed in Bristol in 1980, Disorder is one of the few 'big' names of uK hardcore still going strong today. Originally released in 1985 on teh 'Disorder' label, "The Singles Collection" compiles their first and fieriest recordings in one place; comprised of 3 7” EPs (the legendary "Complete Disorder", "Distortion To Deafness" and the "Mental Disorder" EP), along with their 8 track 12” EP "Perdition" - recordings which John Peel allegedly referred to as sounding like “shit” (possibly a compliment) - this LP of long out of print recordings would be a welcome addition to any punk collector’s shelves. Another essential piece of the UK punk puzzle reissued by Radiation.
    (Radiation Records)

  • The third studio album from the easily loveable Boston based Celtic punk-rock band. "blends the sounds of 'Do or Die' and 'The Gang's All Here,'" and that "the Murphy’s skill is in blending their folk influences into their street punk sound, without losing the attitude and energy of the latter. This separates the band from acts with similar setups like Flogging Molly." - Punknews.org (Hellcat Records)
  • Even with the departure of original singer Mike McCoughlin, The Dropkick Murphys didn't miss a beat. They simply recruited pal and fellow Bostonian Al Barr for vocals and released THE GANG'S ALL HERE, which builds on the band's working class, punk rock sound, but also reflects the influence of Irish folk tunes with covers of "The Fighting 69th" and "Amazing Grace" (complete with bagpipes). With songs that articulate the burdens and exultations of blue-collar America, the Dropkick Murphy's touch a nerve in all people fighting for a better life. (Hellcat Records)
  • EATER | the album | LP

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    LIMITED EDITION INCLUDING THREE BONUS TRACKS, PRINTED INNER SLEEVE, 60X40CM POSTER AND HYPE STICKER. Formed in early stages of the British punk explosion by four high school mates in Finchley, north London, Eater quickly established themselves as one of the youngest and rawest bands on the scene. Lead singer Ashruf Radwan had an Egyptian heritage, hidden by his alias, Andy Blade, and guitarist Brian Haddock became Brian Chevette once in the fold; Ashruf’s brother Lutfi was the group’s first drummer, joining under the name Social Demise, but was soon replaced by Roger Bullen, playing under the moniker Dee Generate, while future Vibrator Ian Woodcock was the resident bassist from their second gig. Inspired by a line in the T Rex song, “Suneye,” Eater was influenced by the classier side of glam rock but was very much a rapid-fire power-punk concern with their own output. Headlining spots at the Roxy club alongside The Damned, The Lurkers and Sham 69 solidified their reputation, especially once their material made it onto the live compilation album issued by Harvest in 1977, and after footage of their appearances at the club were included in Don Letts’ Punk Rock Movie. Signing to Dave Goodman’s fledgling punk imprint, The Label, Eater issued three singles before their greatly anticipated debut album (which surfaced after future Slaughter and the Dogs member Phil Rowland joined on drums), which has since been hailed as an all-time classic; pointing their fingers at upper-class twits on songs like “Lock It Up” and taking the piss out of themselves and their fans on “No Brains,” the album also features two Velvet Underground covers and an unusual David Bowie adaptation, all delivered in no- holds-barred triple time. (Radiation Records)
  • Attention classic 77 Punk Rock fans, here's something very special for you - the unearthed demo recordings Generation X did (presumably for Chiswick Records) in February 1977, a year before the release of their seminal first album. A treasure chest filled to the rafters with raw, untamed, youthful versions of anthemic hits such as Wild Youth, Dancing with Myself, Your Generation or Ready Steady Go alongside lesser known songs from their catalog. An essential piece for the collection of those interested in these brit Punk pioneers. (Deaf Youth Industries)
  • This expanded deluxe edition Vinyl box set has been newly remastered from the original production tapes and includes 11 previously unreleased recordings. LP 1 contains the original UK 11 track album with LP 2+3 including all the A and B-sides of their singles from the period, 11 previously unreleased outtakes, a single mix and a number of mixes made by engineer Alan Winstanley (Madness, Elvis Costello, Morrissey). This 3 LP set consists of 3 vinyl albums housed in a rigid slip case with previously unseen photos and newly commissioned sleeve notes by journalist Adrian Thrills.

    LP1 Original Album: Side One: 1. From The Heart 2. One Hundred Punks 3. Listen 4. Ready Steady Go 5. Kleenex 6. Promises Promises

    Side Two 1. Day By Day 2. The Invisible Man 3. Kiss Me Deadly 4. Too Personal 5. Youth Youth Youth. LP2 A-Sides & B-Sides: Side One: 1. Your Generation [A-side Single] 2. Day By Day (Alt. Version) [B-side of Your Generation] 3. Wild Youth [A-side Single] 4. Wild Dub [B-side of Wild Youth] Side Two: 1. No No No [B-side of Ready Steady Go] 2. Trying For Kicks [B-side of Friday's Angels] 3. This Heat. [B-side of Friday's Angels] LP3  Outtakes & Mixes: Side One: 1. Ready Steady Go (Phil Wainman Version) * 2. No No No (Phil Wainman Version) * 3. Gimme Some Truth (Outtake) [From U.S. Version of the original Album] 4. Rock On Dub (Outtake) * 5. Promises Promises (Single Version) * Side Two: 1. From The Heart (Winstanley Mix) * 2. The Invisible Man (Winstanley Mix) * 3. Kleenex (Winstanley Mix) * 4. Day By Day (Winstanley Mix) * 5. One Hundred Punks (Winstanley Mix) * 6. Too Personal (Winstanley Mix) * 7. Youth Youth Youth (Winstanley Mix) * * Previously Unreleased.
  • GERMS | what we do is secret | LP

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    Unofficial release with the original 12" tracks on the A-side and extras on the B-side. Including Lexicon Devil-7" (1978), two studio-tracks from the What-session (1978) and 1979 LP-Session prod. by Joan Jett + 2 Live-Tracks (rec. Dec 3, 1980 at Hollywood, 4 days before Darby's death). Bonus-Tracks recorded in 1979 except "Manimal", rec. Live in 1980 for "The decline of the western civilisation" (Slash Records/Unofficial Release)