Saturday, August 30, 2014

GROOVIE GHOULIES (1997) Running With Bigfoot (Single-**FLAC**)

The Groovie Ghoulies were an American pop punk band from Sacramento, California, United States, whose music took inspiration from horror movies.They released numerous albums, EPs, and singles, and toured internationally. The band's name was taken from the 1970s animated television series Groovie Goolies, a spinoff of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (itself a spinoff of The Archie Show).
Though the group's lineup fluctuated significantly throughout their career, bassist/vocalist Kepi remained a constant fixture. Guitarist Roach (lead singer Kepi's wife) was also a longtime member. The Groovie Ghoulies' music is best classified as pop-punk and is heavily influenced by early punk groups such as the Ramones and The Dickies, 1960s garage rock and bubblegum artists such as The Troggs and The Monkees, and 1950s rock and roll artists such as Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. Throughout their career the Groovie Ghoulies recorded cover versions of songs by several of these artists as well as other influences including Daniel Johnston and Neil Diamond.

1.Running With Bigfoot
2.She Hangs Out
4.Planet Brian Jones

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MEAT PUPPETS (1989) Monsters

Monsters is a 1989 album by the Meat Puppets. Their last release on SST Records, it was reissued on Rykodisc in 1999 with additional bonus tracks, recording notes by Derrick Bostrom and liner notes by music journalist Mark Kemp. As an added bonus, the reissue includes an "Enhanced CD" partition for play on home computers. Monsters offers the promotional video for "Light". The clip was produced and directed by Bill Taylor and features shots of the Puppets live in concert.

1.Attacked by Monsters
4.In Love
5.The Void
6.Touchdown King
7.Party 'Till The World Obeys
8.Flight of the Fire Weasel
9.Strings on Your Heart
10.Like Being Alive

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TRANSMITTERS (2006) I Fear No One

A seminal post punk band that recorded 2 John Peel Sessions, released 2 albums and 3 singles. 
The Transmitters were highly acclaimed in the much respected underground scene (end of 70's and the 80's) which accompanied the punk revolution. 
Members were: 
John F. Quinn (vocals) (aka John Clegg, John Grimes, John X) 
Vince Cutliffe (lead guitar) 

1.0.5 Alive
2.Paper Boy
3.Nowhere Train
4.Uninvited Guest
5.Persons Unknown
6.Ugly Man
7.The One That Won The War
8.Free Trade
10.Dirty Harry Theme - Ngungu
11.Bird in The House
12.Blankety Blank
13.I Fear No-One But My Friends
14.Kill The Postman
16.Ferry Boat Bill
17.Captain Spot
19.Silver Car
21.Dead Siamese Sister
22.Hole in The World

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NUISANCE (--91--) Confusion Hill (**FLAC**)

This is one of the best all-around melodic punk rock records ever. nuisance's recipe is opposite of most bands, with very busy bass and drums, and simple guitar that's very effective. andy's voice is scratchy and sincere. these are great road-trip songs with great lyrics. 

1.The Carpet
2.Broken Van
3.Way Lame
5.Roll Another Number
7.Guitar Joe
8.Worst Of Luck
10.Harvest Time
11.Big Sky
12.Ghost Of America
13.Brown Eyed Girl

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MEAT PUPPETS (1984) Meat Puppets II

Meat Puppets II is the second album by the Tempe, Arizona band the Meat Puppets, released in 1984. It is a departure from their self-titled debut album, which consisted largely of noisy hardcore with unintelligible vocals. It covers many genres from country-style rock ("Magic Toy Missing", "Climbing", Lost") to slow acoustic songs ("Plateau", "Oh Me") to psychedelic guitar effects ("Aurora Borealis") to hard rock ("Lake of Fire").
The cover art is by Curt Kirkwood and Neal Holliday.
Rykodisc reissued the album in 1999 with extra tracks and b-sides, including a cover of the Rolling Stones' Aftermath-era track "What To Do."
The Meat Puppets' SST labelmates The Minutemen covered "Lost" on the EP Tour-Spiel and their last studio album, 3-Way Tie (For Last). Three of the album's songs were covered by Nirvana (as the Kirkwood brothers joined them onstage) during their "Unplugged" show for MTV ("Plateau", "Oh, Me", and "Lake of Fire").

1.Split Myself In Two
2.Magic Toy Missing
5.Aurora Borealis
6.We're Here
8.New Gods
9.Oh, Me
10.Lake of Fire
11.I'm A Mindless Idiot
12.The Whistling Song
14.I'm Not Here
15.New Gods (2)
16.Lost (2)
17.What to Do
18.100 Of Nothing
19.Aurora Borealis (2)

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KNIFE FIGHT (--06--) Out Of Print 2002-2004 (**FLAC**)

After 2 years of being out of print, this CD collects all of Knife Fight's recorded history and then some. Included are both of the 7"s released on My War Records, the demo tape, comp tracks, a live set, and several unreleased songs/covers from each session (some that never even made it to soulseek). Featuring members of Lifes Halt, Annihilation Time, Carry On, Shark Attack, GSMF, and about a million others. Look out for a new 12" to be released on Lengua Armada Discos later this year.

1.What Have You Done
2.Force Fed
3.Knife Fight
4.Fashion Parade
5.Open Your Eyes (A.H.C.)
8.Who Are You
10.Get Me Out
11.Fed Up
12.Unite We Stand
13.Follow The Leader
14.Shut It
15.So Funny (Clit Boys)
16.Together (Negative FX)
17.Burning Bridges Pt.1
18.Nothing Left
20.Burning Bridges Pt.2
21.Brotherhood (D.Y.S.)
22.In My Headache (Poison Idea)
24.Watch Out
25.Force Fed
26.Fashion Parade
27.Black Sheep (Nihilistics)
28.Kinfe Fight
29.Fed Up
30.What Have You Done (Live)
31.Force Fed (Live)
32.Knife Fight (Live)
33.Fashion Parade (Live)
34.In My Headache (Live)
35.Burning Bridges Pt.1 (Live)
36.A.A. (Live)
37.Hypocrite (Live)
38.Shut It (Live)
39.Open Your Eyes (Live)
40.Destruction (Live)
41.United We Stand (Live)
42.Who Are You (Live)
43.Progress (Live)
44.Together (Live)
45.Get Me Out (Live)
46.Force Fed (Live)
47.Burning Bridges Pt.2 (Live)

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MEAT PUPPETS (1999) Out My Way

**Originally recorded on 1986. This is the reissued, remastered and enhanced version os Rykodisc Records (RCD 10468) with 7 bonus tracks.

1.She's Hot
2.Out My Way
3.Other Kinds Of Love
4.Not Swimming Ground
5.Mountain Line
6.Good Golly Miss Molly
7.I Just Want To Make Love to You (Bonus)
8.On the Move (Bonus)
9.Burn The Honky Tonk Down (Bonus)
10.Boyhood Home (Bonus)
11.Backwards Drums (Bonus)
12.Everything Is Green (Bonus)
13.Other Kinds Of Love (Bonus)

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ASEXUALS (2000) Greater Than Later (**FLAC**)

Punk Hardcore band from Montreal, Quebec. 
John Kastner leave the band in 1987 to form The Doughboys.

1.Where's The Bus (First Single)
2.Be Want You Want
3.Three Chord Speed
4.Ego Trip
5.Where Were You
6.Take A Look Around
7.So Alone
9.Time Will Tell
10.Fire Song
11.Turn Life To A Song
13.So Many Miles
15.World On Your Shoulders
16.Return To The End
17.Precious Little (Acoustic Version)
18.Lipstick Tattoo (Exile Bonus EP)
19.Bondage (Unreleased Track)
20.Black Sugar
22.Van Gogh Museum
23.Judgement Day
24.Tunnel Vision (La Motta Track)

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JAWBOX (--91--) Grippe (.fLaC)

Jawbox played its first show opening for Fugazi in 1989. Not long after that, the band began to tour and record, releasing its first single, “Tools & Chrome”, in 1990 as a split between Desoto and Dischord. Jawbox released two full-length records on Dischord, “Grippe” and “Novelty,” and toured heavily throughout the ’90s. 
During that decade, the mainstream record industry developed an interest in the underground music community and gravitated toward bands like Jawbox, who possessed a strong work ethic and a proven audience. In 1993, Jawbox left Dischord to sign with Atlantic Records, where it would release two more albums – “For Your Own Special Sweetheart” and “Jawbox” – before disbanding in 1997. 
In 2009 Desoto and Dischord began working together to re-issue the long out of print album "For Your Own Special Sweetheart". The album was remastered by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service and is being re-issued with all new artwork on both CD and LP. - See more at:

2.Impossible Figure
3.Tools and Chrome
4.Paint Out the Light
5.Consolation Prize
8.something Must Break
9.Green-Line Delayed
10.Bullet Park
11.Manatee Bound
13.Tools & Chrome
14.Secret History

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30 AMP FUSE (1995) Wind Up (.fLaC)

Punk Rock trio from Knoxville, Tennessee which was active in the 90s. They dissolved after releasing their 1998 album "Rewind".

2.6 Feet Under
3.Push Means Push
4.St. Patty's Day
7.All Day Afternoon
8.Enough is Enough

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

JERRY'S KIDS -- Kill Kill Kill / Is This My World (.fLaC)

 Jerry's Kids is one of the earliest Boston hardcore bands, formed in 1981, from Braintree, Mass.. Their first recorded output was on the Modern Method This Is Boston, Not L.A. compilation LP in 1982. They contributed six tracks along with other early Boston Hardcore band Gang Green.
Frontman Bryan Jones and rhythm guitar player Dave Aronson left the band early on. Bryan Jones had broken his leg at one of their gigs and his parents denied him permission to play in the band any further. Bassist Rick Jones (Bryan's brother) switched to vocals and Chris Doherty of Gang Green took over on rhythm guitar. It was this line-up that recorded the classic 12 song LP Is This My World? on X-Claim in 1983, featuring songs such as "Cracks In The Wall", "Build Me A Bomb" and "Vietnam Syndrome". They broke up in 1985, but reformed in 1987 with a more speed metal sound and released an LP on Taang! Records entitled Kill Kill Kill. Reflex/Wolfpack Records released a limited re-issue of the Is This My World? LP in 2002. The band reunited again in 2004 and has been playing several shows per year around Boston since then. Their current recording plans, if any, are unknown.

1.Torn Apart
2.Need Some
3.Breathe and Fuck
5.Bad Trip
6.Back Off
7.Tired Eyes
9.Right Now
10.Satan's Toy
11.Twisted Brain
12.My Machine Gun
13.Satan's Toy (Reprise)
14.I Don't Belong
15.Cracks in the Wall
16.Tear It Up
17.Crucify Me
18.Break The Mold
19.Raise the Curtain
20.Vietnam Syndrome
21.Build Me A Bomb
22.New World
24.No Time
25.Is This My World

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AGRESSION (--1995--) The Best Of Agression (.fLaC)

Agression was part of the first wave of skatepunk bands to emerge from southern California in the early '80s. These groups were on the front lines of a new union between the skateboard and punk rock cultures, which were put on a path to convergence by the establishment hassling each group. The resulting music was a confluence of punk's anger and simplicity, the furious speed of hardcore, and defiantly smart-assed machismo. Emerging out of Oxnard, CA (which was such a hotbed of punk and skate bands that their sound became known as "Nardcore"), Agression consisted of the two founding members, vocalist Mark Hickey, and guitarist Henry Knowles, along with bassist Bob Clark, and drummer Mark Aber. 

1.Voo Doo Stew
2.Never Alone
3.Rich Kids
4.Dear John Letter
6.Go To War
7.Locals Only
8.No Mercy
9.Foxy Lady
10.Ripped Off
11.Salty Leather
13.I'm Alive
14.Money Machine
15.Don't Be Mistaken
16.Intense Energy

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Monday, July 14, 2014

HOLLY TREE (--2002--) The British Punk Classics Greatest Shits (.fLaC)

Holly Tree is a punk band from São Paulo, Brazil, formed by George (vocals and guitar), Tito (bass) and Zé (drums and backing vocals). They started on 1995, rehearsing in a rented basement. In 1996, they record their first EP, "Mom's Tea Party", under a label created by the Holly Tree themselves: Silly Sally Records. The influence of bands such as Rancid, Green Day and some old 70's UK punk makes them influent on Brazil's underground scene, and in 1998 they release their debut album: "Running Out Of Sense", by Silly Sally. In 2000 they play on CBGB and release "Don't Burst Me". In 2001, they took a step forward opening for the Buzzcocks, UK Subs and The Lurkers, and participating into a compilation called Pub Rock Songs, along with three other punk bands. At the end of 2001, Zé lefts the band, and Paul Cooko replaces him on the drums.

2.Liar (The Damned)
3.I Don't Mind (Buzzcocks)
4.Alternative Ulster (Stiff Little Fingers)
5.Bad Time (Vibrators)
6.Frustration Paradise (The Carpettes)
7.Hurry Up Harry (Sham 69)
8.In The City (The Jam)
9.Come On (Chelsea)
10.No (Rezillos)
11.Pick Me Up (The Lurkers)
12.Living In the City (The Boys)
13.Do Anything You Wanna Do (Eddie & The Hot Rods)
14.Crash Course (UK Subs)
15.Hit Me (999) 
16.Male Model (The Undertones)
17.Oh Bondage Up Yours! (X-Ray Spex)
18.Viva La Revolution (The Addicts)

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Wednesday, July 09, 2014

RHYTHM PIGS (--1993--) El Paso (.fLaC)

The Rhythm Pigs were a punk band, originally from El Paso, Texas, later relocated to San Francisco. Their first two albums were among the first to be released by the influential independent Mordam Records label. Their first 7" EP is a classic example of early hardcore, welding driving rock and roll with broad melodies and varied tempos and hooks. Their first two studio albums showed more "big tent" punk, with varied musical styles (such as the foray into rap in "Break or We'll Break Your Face" on their self-titled LP) happily shoehorned into melodic punk songs.
Touring extensively throughout Europe and North America throughout the mid-1980s, the Rhythm Pigs were one of the most sophisticated and musically diverse hardcore bands, and remained so throughout the 1980s as hardcore became more and more musically conservative. That the wistful and melodic power-ballads of El Paso would not be considered punk by most adherents has as much to do with the shifting definition of punk as it does with the mellowing of the band's sound. Baby Falcon Getaway saw a return to a more raw, fast-paced hard rock sound (the three out-and-out hardcore songs on El Paso are collected into a single track titled "The Fast Three") combined with the more humorous tone seen on the first album. Baby Falcon Getaway included a hardcore cover of the Gordon Lightfoot classic "Sundown" and a furiously paced rendition of Charles Mingus's "Boogie Stop Shuffle," which recalled the Peanuts theme (Vince Guaraldi's Linus and Lucy) from the first album.

1.Spun and Exploded
2.That's Life
3.Execution Style
4.Model T Ford
5.Cactus Pants
6.The Fast Three
7.Snuff Flicks
8.Rock and Roll Deejay
10.Four Finger Lid
11.Brothers Fall
12.Mr. Rhinoceros
13.The Only Reason

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POISON IDEA (--1984--) Record Collectors Are Pretensious Assholes (.fLaC)

Another great album from one of the greatest hardcore bands of all time..

2.Legalize Freedom
3.Cold Comfort
5.Thorn In My Side
6.Laughing Boy
7.Rubber Husband
9.Rich Get Richer
10.Don't Like It Here
11.Dio On Your Knees
12.Time To Go

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THE CELIBATE RIFLES (--1986--) The Turgid Miasma Of Existence (--Hot Records- -)(.fLaC)

Legendary australian punk rock band...

1.Bill Bonney Regrets
2.Conflict of Instinct
3.Tempe Temper Mr. Kemper
5.Some Kind Of Feeling
8.No Sign
11.New Mistakes

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POISON IDEA (--1986--) Kings Of Punk (.fLaC)

American hardcore punk band formed in Portland, Oregon in 1980. The band originally dissolved in 1993, but has been playing intermittently since 1998.

2.Short Fuse
3.God Not God
4.Ugly American
6.Cop an Attitude
7.Death Wish Kids
8.Made to Be Broken
9.Tormented Imp
10.One By One
11.Out of The Picture

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PETER & THE TEST TUBE BABIES (--1987--) Rotting in The Fart Sack (EP)(.fLaC)

Peter And The Test Tube Babies are a Punk Rock band that was formed in the small town of Peacehaven, England in 1978 by Del Strangefish and Peter Bywaters. Due to their humorous tongue-in-cheek lyrics, they have been considered part of the Punk Pathetique subgenre. Peter And The Test Tube Babies were first featured in Sounds magazine in July 1980, and after a John Peel Radio One session, made their vinyl debut on the Brighton compilation album Vaultage 78. They played at festivals including the 11th Antifest in 2005. They also had two songs on the Oi! compilation Oi! the Album in that same year. They favoured absurd lyrics and strange titles, such as "The Queen Gives Good Blow Jobs". In 1982, they covered the chart-topping Gary Glitter hit "I'm the Leader of the Gang (I Am)" on their album Pissed and Proud. 

1.Ten Deadly Sins
2.Rotting in the Fart Sack
3.Spirit Of Keith Moon

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Friday, June 27, 2014

THE CELIBATE RIFLES (--1983--) Sideroxylon (--Hot Records--)

Australian punk rock band founded in 1979 in Sydney.

1.Killing Time
3.Tick Tock
4.This Week
6.Back On The Corner
7.Gonna Cry
8.Where Do I Go
9.Ice Blue
10.Gimme Gimme Gimme
11.God Squad

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Thursday, June 26, 2014

JEFF DAHL GROUP (--1989--) Scratch Up Some Action (.fLaC)

Jeff Dahl is an American musician born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1955. In 1960 the Dahl family relocated to Hawaii.
Dahl recorded his first single, "Rock N Roll Critic", in 1977, which as released on the Doodley Squat label. Dahl later served time in The Angry Samoans (in 1985, stepping in for "Metal" Mike Saunders) and Powertrip, and played and recorded with guitar legends Cheetah Chrome (Dead Boys) and Rikk Agnew (Adolescents). He was also a member of Vox Pop (along with members of Germs, 45 Grave and Dream Syndicate) and has recorded with hardcore punk legends Poison Idea.
Dahl has performed on approximately 26 full-length albums (including studio albums, live albums, bootlegs, and best-of collections) and 100 7" singles, many out of print. He has toured extensively and worked in studio production in the United States, Europe and Japan.

1.I'm In Love with The GTO's
2.Feels Alright
3.Cancer Rising
4.Red Temple Spirits (Two Headed Dog)
5.And So It Goes
6.White Light White Heat
7.Fun City U.S.A.
8.Go to Him
9.Radioactive Baby
10.I Kill Me
12.Whiskey Down the Drain
14.Suicide City
15.Mary, Are You Living
16.Ain't Nothing to Do
17.I'm In Love with The GTO's
18.I Came to Thrill
19.I Haven't Had A Drink In A Long Time
20.Sonic Reducer
21.Still Wanna Die
22.Untitled 1
23.Untitled 2
24.Untitled 3

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