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    Formed in the town of New Mills, Derbyshire in 1980, Oi legends Blitz revitalised the UK punk scene of the era, their incendiary debut Voice Of A Generation a massive commercial success, but the 1983 follow-up Time Empire Justice had a different line-up and new wave orientation, pointing to fissures in the group; then, in 1990, guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Nidge Miller teamed up with former Attack frontman Gary Basnett for The Killing Dream, a studio swansong that revived the name with Nidge fully in control. Devotees will love the sterling guitar work on this final piece of the Blitz jigsaw. Label: Radiation Records Barcode: 8055515233155
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    Blitz were among the most influential punk bands ever. It was Gary Bushell (who wrote for Sounds and was later dubbed the 'Godfather 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 (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 on the Indie charts, while their 3rd EP, 'Warriors', showed their slight move towards the sing-a-long style of classic Oi! Recorded live at the legendary Lyceum in London in April of 1982, just after the release of their second 7" (with a few tracks from the Skunx club in Islington recorded a few weeks later) this is the band at their absolute live peak. Crucial UK OI! recorded live, the way the genre was meant to be heard, with a beer in one hand and the other with a fist in the air. Blazing and brutal and classic UK82. Label: Radiation Records Barcode: 8055515230413

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    Released a year after their much hearled debut album 'Voice of a Generation' , 'Second Empire Justice' features half the members from the original line-up and with a new sound. While initially being an Oi!/Skinhead Punk band, on 'Second Empire Justice' they not only changed members and their look but also their sound and released a Post-Punk classic with a heavy dose of Joy Division worship, produced by Chris Nagle. While Nagle had also produced their debut album, he had also engineered the Joy Division and New Order albums under Martin Hannett and had also engineered various other post punk albums of the day from the likes of The Durutti Column, A Certain Ratio and Magazine. Together the band and Nagle created a masterpiece while not appreciated at the time, especially by their original skinhead/Oi! fanbase. The album would go onto influence tons of post-punk/darkwave bands that sprouted from the ashes of punk/hardcore bands decades later and become one of the most sought after albums of the golden age of post-punk.. So sit back and listen to these beautiful moody haunting guitars, dancing basslines and emotionally fragile vocals all the while retaining a punk ferocity. For Fans of : Joy Division, Magazine, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Killing Joke, The Middle Class Limited repress on Puke n Vomit Records, comes with a huge poster of the cover art. (Puke n Vomit Records)  
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    All the classic singles collected on one record! Tracks A1 - A4 "All Out Attack E.P." 7'' (1981) Tracks A5 - A6 "Never Surrender / Razors In The Night" 7'' (1982) Tracks A8 - A9 "Warriørs" 7'' (1982) Tracks B1 - B2 "New Age" 7'' (1983) Tracks B4 - B5 "Telecommunication" (1983) Tracks B7 - B8 "Solar" 7'' (1983) Tracklist: A1 Someone's Gonna Die A2 Attack A3 Fight To Live A4 45 Revolutions A5 Never Surrender A6 Razors In The Night A7 Voice Of A Generation A8 Warriors A9 Youth (Different Version) B1 New Age B2 Fatigue B3 Bleed (Remix) B4 Telecommunication B5 Teletron B6 White Man B7 Solar (Ext Mix) B8 Husk Label: Audio Platter Barcode: 803341524255
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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!  Label: Radiation Records Barcode: 889397101343
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    25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of the debut LP by Blitz which reached No. 27 in the UK National Charts as well as hitting No. 2 during a five month run in the then influential Independent Chart. Now totally re-mastered by Tim Turan and with the addition of the bands three Indie Chart hit singles for No Future Records: ‘All Out Attack’ (No. 3), ‘Never Surrender’ (No. 2) and ‘Warriors’ (No. 2) – plus their contributions to the seminal “Carry On Oi!” compilation and the Indie Chart No. 5 “Total Noise” Various Artists EP. The deluxe now comes with a free CD featuring 27 rare demos and live cuts from the height of the bands Punk years. Booklet contains original LP artwork, lyrics to all the Songs, pictures of all the relevant records and sleeve notes by “Burning Britain” / “Day The Country Died” author Ian Glasper. One of the biggest and most consistent sellers of the entire Anagram Punk Collectors series, this revamped version is sure to appeal to both older fans of the band along with the new breed of Punks as the likes of Rancid, Roger Miret & The Disasters, Oxymoron and Rykers have all covered their songs. Voice Of A Generation 1-1 We Are The Boys 1-2 Time Bomb 1-3 Voice Of A Generation 1-4 Bleed 1-5 I Don't Need You 1-6 T.O? 1-7 Propaganda 1-8 Criminal Damage 1-9 Vicious 1-10 Warriors 1-11 Nation On Fire 1-12 Your Revolution 1-13 Scream 1-14 4Q 1-15 Escape 1-16 Moscow 1-17 Closedown Bonus Tracks 1-18 Someone's Gonna Die 1-19 Attack 1-20 Fight To Live 1-21 45 Revolutions 1-22 Nation On Fire (Carry On Oi! Version) 1-23 Youth (Carry On Oi! Version) 1-24 Razors In The Night 1-25 Never Surrender 1-26 Voice Of A Generation (Total Noise Version) 1-27 Warriors (Single Version) 1-28 Youth (Remix) Rarities 2-1 Escape (1980 Demo) 2-2 4Q (1980 Demo) 2-3 Youth (1980 Demo) 2-4 Bleed (1980 Demo) 2-5 Criminal Damage (Demo) 2-6 Time Bomb (Time Bomb Demo) 2-7 Criminal Damage (Time Bomb Demo) 2-8 4Q (Time Bomb Demo) 2-9 I Don't Need You (LP Demo) 2-10 Propaganda (LP Demo) 2-11 Closedown (LP Demo) 2-12 Your Revolution (LP Demo) 2-13 Razors In The Night (LP Demo) 2-14 Attack (Live '81) 2-15 Escape (Live '81) 2-16 Never Surrender (Live '81) 2-17 Nation On Fire (Live '81) 2-18 Warriors (Live '81) 2-19 Someone's Gonna Die (Live '81) 2-20 45 Revolutions (Live '81) 2-21 Fight To Live (Live '81) 2-22 Youth (Live '81) 2-23 New Age (Live '81) 2-24 Bleed (Live '81) 2-25 Cabaret (Live '81) 2-26 Warriors 2 (Live '81) 2-27 Vicious (Live '81) Label: Anagram Records Barcode: 5013929014121
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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. Total classic. Label: Radiation Records Barcode: 8055515232509
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    Honour – Valour – Pride is the seventh album by the British death metal band Bolt Thrower. It was recorded and mixed at Sable Rose Studios in Coventry, June to September 2001. It was produced by the band and Andy Faulkner, and was released on Metal Blade Records in 2001. Honour – Valour – Pride is the only full length Bolt Thrower album not featuring Karl Willetts and the first with Martin Kearns on drums. - 180g Black Vinyl - Gatefold Jacket - A1 Size Poster (~23.4" x 33.1") Label: Metal Blade Barcode: 039842522418
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    In Battle There Is No Law is the debut album of Bolt Thrower. It is recorded at Loco studios by Andrew Fryer, and mixed at Clockwork by Alan Scott. It was released on Vinyl Solution as Sol 11 in 1988 and re-released on Vinyl Solution as Sol 11 in 1992, with a different album sleeve. The album was again re-released in 2005 with the old album sleeve restored. Label: Back On Black – BOBV306LP Barcode: 803341342934
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    Mercenary is the sixth album by the British death metal band Bolt Thrower. It was recorded at Chapel Studios, Lincoln, England, December 1997 to January 1998. The album was produced by Bolt Thrower and Ewan Davis. It was released on Metal Blade Records in 1998. The cover painting is titled "Contact – Wait Out", which is also the first track on the next album, Honour – Valour – Pride. "Powder Burns" is a continuation of the song "Embers" from The IVth Crusade, and leads into "The Killchain" on Those Once Loyal. This is the only album to feature Alex Thomas on drums. - 180g Black Vinyl - Gatefold Jacket - A1 Size Poster (~23.4" x 33.1") Label: Metal Blade Barcode: 039841414714
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    LP on heavy black vinyl. This album compiles three complete Peel Sessions. Absolutely crushing performances all the way through. This is the only recording of the track "Domination." The intro of the song was later used for "Prophet of Hatred." Tracks 1-4 Recorded 03-01-1988 © BBC 1988 Tracks 5-8 Recorded 06-11-1988 © BBC 1988 Tracks 9-12 Recorded 22-07-1990 © BBC 1990 Track list: A1 Forgotten Existence A2 Attack In The Aftermath A3 Psychological Warfare A4 In Battle There Is No Law A5 Drowned In Torment A6 Eternal War B1 Realm Of Chaos B2 Domination B3 Destructive Infinity B4 Warmaster B5 After Life B6 Lost Souls Domain (Strange Fruit/Unofficial Release)
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    Those Once Loyal is the eighth and final studio album by British death metal band Bolt Thrower, released on 11 November 2005 by Metal Blade Records. Recorded with producer Andy Faulkner at Sable Rose Studios in Coventry, England, it was the first Bolt Thrower album since Mercenary (1998) to feature vocalist Karl Willetts, who rejoined the band in November 2004. Musically, Those Once Loyal incorporates tighter song structures and arrangements into Bolt Thrower's melodic, groove-based sound, whilst improving on the production of the band's previous albums. As on the band's previous albums, its lyrics discuss several aspects of war. Commentators and music critics have said that the album has a thematic focus on World War I, previously covered on the band's fifth album ...For Victory (1994); its cover artwork is derived from a plaque on the Guards Memorial in St. James's Park, London. - 180g Black Vinyl - Gatefold Jacket - A1 Size Poster (~23.4" x 33.1") Label: Metal Blade Barcode: 039841450613
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    Liam and Mark from Booze & Glory are fanatical about Jamaican music. The idea of turning some Booze & Glory songs into ska or reggae tunes came a long time ago for this songwriting duo, but they simply never had the time. These "Jamaican" versions of "London Skinhead Crew," "Only Fools Get Caught," and "Leave The Kids Alone" are just the start - they were as much fun to record as they are going to be for all of us to dance to for years to come. Deluxe edition includes a slipcase. Track Listing: 1. London Skinhead Crew (stereo) 2. London Skinhead Crew (mono) 3. Only Fools Get Caught (stereo) 4. Only Fools Get Caught (mono) 5. Leave The Kids Alone (stereo) 6. Leave The Kids Alone (mono) (Pirate Press Records) ( Records)
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    Liam and Mark from Booze & Glory are fanatical about Jamaican music. The idea of turning some Booze & Glory songs into ska or reggae tunes came a long time ago for this songwriting duo, but they simply never had the time. After the raging success of volume one, it seemed inevitable that there would be a follow up reggae sessions album coming out of this European punk rock powerhouse. While the first volume took a bunch of their early classics and spun them on their head, this one flips some of their more recent hits into sure-fire reggae classics! (Pirate Press Records)
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    Liam and Mark from Booze & Glory are fanatical about Jamaican music. The idea of turning some Booze & Glory songs into ska or reggae tunes came a long time ago for this songwriting duo, but they simply never had the time. After the raging success of volume one, it seemed inevitable that there would be a follow up reggae sessions album coming out of this European punk rock powerhouse. While the first volume took a bunch of their early classics and spun them on their head, this one flips some of their more recent hits into sure-fire reggae classics! (Pirate Press Records)
  • BROKEN BONES are a hardcore punk band originally founded in 1983, evolved from the band DISCHARGE. "A Single Decade" is a compilation CD covering their 1980's EP and single releases. Released on Brazilian label Criminal Attack Records. Features the following releases: "Decapitated" (1983) "Crucifix"(1983) "Seeing Through My Eyes" (1985) "Never Say Die" (1986) "Religion is Responsible" (1990) TRACKLIST 1 Decapitated 2:40 2 Problem 1:52 3 Liquidated Brains 1:28 4 Crucifix 1:50 5 Fight The Good Fight 1:37 6 I.O.U. 1:23 7 Seeing Through My Eyes 2:39 8 The Point Of Agony 1:46 9 It's Like 2:01 10 Decapitated (Pt. 2) 2:46 11 Death Is Imminent 2:51 12 Never Say Die 2:45 13 10, 5 Or A Dime 2:54 14 Gotta Get Out Of Here 2:55 15 Religion Is Responsible 4:32 16 The Madness 4:09 17 Brain Dead 2:18 18 Last Breath 2:55 19 Bonecrusher 2:43 Label: Criminal Attack Records
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    Broken Bones debut 1984 LP Dem Bones and Decapitated (singles 83-86 compilation) together on one CD for the first time in years. Repackaged with 12 page booklet w-lyrics. Broken Bones were formed in 1983 by the Discharge twin brothers of Bones (guitar) and Tezz (bass) and were joined by Baz (drums) and Nobby (vocals). From the 'Potteries' area, Stoke-On-Trent, they first produced two singles, Decapitated and Crucifix, followed by this album Dem Bones – all fast and furious anthems and UK indie chart Top 10 entries. The album, originally released in 1984, was produced by Clay Records' Mike Stone who had also produced Discharge. Along the way, band membership developed, but always featuring the distinctive guitar of Bones. Tezz later went to the USA, where he played with UK Subs, Ministry, and many others. Tracks 1-13 originally released as the Dem Bones LP on Fallout Records (FALL LP 028). Tracks 14-25 released as the Decapitated LP on Fallout Records (FALL LP 043). Tracks 14, 17 & 19 originally released as the Decapitated 7" on Fallout Records (FALL 020). Tracks 15, 16 & 18 originally released as the Crucifix 7" on Fallout Records (FALL 025). Tracks 20, 21, 23 & 25 taken from the Seeing Thru My Eyes 10" on Fallout Records (FALL 10 034). Tracks 22 & 24 originally released on the 12" Never Say Die on Fallout Records (FALL 12 039). (Fall Out Records)
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    Black & White 'Quad' (ie. quartered) vinyl reissue of the classic debut studio album by Broken Bones, the ex-Discharge speed-metal punk band, who influenced Metallica and an army of other hard-core punk bands. Broken Bones were formed in 1983 by the Discharge twin brothers of Bones (guitar) and Tezz (bass) and were joined by Baz (drums) and Nobby (vocals). From the 'Potteries' area, Stoke-On-Trent, they first produced two singles, Decapitated and Crucifix, followed by this album 'Dem Bones' – all fast and furious anthems and UK indie chart Top 10 entries. The album, originally released in 1984, was produced by Clay Records' Mike Stone who had also produced Discharge. Along the way, band membership developed, but always featuring the distinctive guitar of Bones. Tezz later went to the USA, where he played with UK Subs, Ministry, and many others. Both brothers are currently in a reformed Discharge. Label: Fall Out Records Barcode: 5013145302811
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    Absolutely raw and raging demo tape pressed to vinyl that was recorded in 1988. The story behind this is that it was recorded in 1988 shortly after the release of their "F.O.A.D." album. The demo features six tracks, two of which are Discharge covers ("State Control" and "The More I See"). The demo was initially put online by the band in 2014, and this pressing was done by Vile Records, which is a label run by Rat from the Varukers. The layout here is not the best with the artwork and look, but the tracks here are well worth the price of admission. A great archival release that proves there is still stuff to be dug up that is just waiting for someone to come along and discover it. Label: Vile Records
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    Reissue for the 1984 mini LP by Stoke On Trent’s own Broken Bones, originally out on the Aggressive Rockproduktionen label and collecting their first two singles. This enhanced 2021 edition also features the full 1985 Live 100 Cub LP added as bonus. (Radiation Records)
  • BRUX are back with four tracks of their trademark sound. Four flanged out hard hitting anthems, mixing the sharpest possible post punk with the roughest street rock’n’roll vocals. They keep their boots firmly pressed between two styles which seem polar opposites, resulting in new sounds made up of old formulas. Too angular for boot boys yet too crude for trendy post punkers. Blending both BLITZ eras with Death rock and current punk wave, and resulting on a fully formed band not afraid of displaying all their influences at once. Originally released by the band’s label on a 100 run cassettes at the end of 2023 this recording was simply too good not to exist on vinyl. Label: La Vida Es Un Mus
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    At last!! This beast of EP is finally available on vinyl!!! More than a year after LA PARCA TE BUSCA, the label run by BRUX's guitar player Ivan, put out a 50 copies run of the tape version (although with different art, title and song order) we can finally rejoice and enjoy this piece of hot wax. BRUX carries on their trademark Punk/OI!/Rock'n'Roll of catchy-as-fuck tunes filled with simple and basic yet fruitful riffs and memorable sing-a-longs but they've manage to incorporate a deep dark moody touch to their music, flirting with Post-Punk and Death Rock elements, specially with Ivan's guitar work and the bass sound, but without loosing a bit of their aggressive force. Juanma's vocals sound like a pissed off dog with rabies chained inside a cave, far from emotive or mellow, and keeps a perfect balance with the melodies of the guitar leads, the rythm section is unstoppable, with pounding bass-lines and Adri killing it on drums, punishing the hi-hat and making us all dance like maniacs to this 4 enormous tracks. BRUX hits hard and these 4 tracks are just a proof of that. (Mendeku Diskak)
  • Ninth installment already of our Vintage Series, this time dedicated to The Business. We turn our attention to the first formation of the band, including all their studio recordings conducted during 1980 and 1981. The Business were formed during this period by the ubiquitous Micky Fitz on vocals, Steve Kent on guitar, Martin Smith on bass and Nick Cunningham on drums; the most surprising aspect of this period is the contrast between the usual street-punk sound of some songs as "Suburban Rebels", "No Emotions" or "Richard Lewis" and the much more pop-oriented tunes like the magnificent "Out in the Cold" or "Streets Where you Live" that fall closer to the sound of mod revival bands than other punkoi! bands of the time. On A side you will find the 7 tracks that were officially published (on singles and compilation LPs) while the flip side features the band´s demo recordings. This release features an inner sleeve with information about all the recording sessions compiled on this album and also previously unseen graphic material. TRACKLIST A1 - Out In The Cold A2 - Streets Where You Live A3 - Harry May A4 - National Insurance Blacklist A5 - Suburban Rebels A6 - Product A7 - Step Into Christmas B1 - Strangers (Demo) B2 - Unevenly Pretty (Demo) B3 - Out In The Cold (Demo) B4 - 19 (Demo) B5 - No Emotions (Demo) B6 - Dayo (Demo) B7 - Richard Lewis (Demo) (Daily Records)
  • Formed in south London in 1979, punk band The Business became associated with the Oi! movement in the early 1980s, making clear that they were against the extremism sometimes associated with it by staging Oi Against Racism events. Keep The Faith was the comeback album from 1994 that followed a long hiatus, songs like the censorious ‘Maradona’ and the title track showing they’d lost none of their propulsive hardcore power, while the controversial ‘Holiday In Seattle’ referenced the demise of Kurt Cobain. Another great Business disc for the hardcore and Oi! fanatics. (Radiation Records)
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    Daily Records Vintage Series is back again, this time with the reissue of the second studio LP by The Business!. "Saturdays Heroes" is one of the finest streetpunk albums ever, originally released in 1985 sounds as fresh and honest as the day it was released!. Specially for this edition background color has been changed to red and also an inner with the lyrics has been included.In this inner we can find previously unseen photos of the band from the same session that was used for the album´s artwork. Limited to 500 copies. (Daily Records)

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