Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Screwed Up : Best of Menace (2004)
Label: Taang! Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (128kbps - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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One of the most important punk bands of the end of 70' and 80's and still playing nowdays....essential collection...
1. Screwed Up
2. Insane Society
3. I Need Nothing
4. Electrocutioner
5. Young Ones
6. Tomorrow's World
7. G.L.C.
8. I'm Civilised
9. Carry No Banners
10. Live for Today
11. Last Years Youth
12. C & A
13. It's Not Unusual
14. Punk Rocker
15. Last Years Youth (1999)
16. Society Still Insane
17. Babylon's Burning
18. 35 Bus
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/tmgve
Hands Of Time (2003)
Format: CD
Label: Gmm Records
Ripped: mp3 (96kbps)
** sorry about the quality, but this is one of the few uploads here that's not made by me...
HHA Rating: 10
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These dutch guys don't make music they make truly oi anthems..The vocalist reminds me a lot of Mike Ness from Social Distortion...great stuff guys...It actually started of as a solo project. Under the influence of oi and rock n’ roll I once began to write my own material on the acoustic guitar. Together with Wouter (Razorblade/Rebellion Records) we even formed a band called The Hammers. A stable line up was unfortunately never found so after a little while we called it a day. Refusing to give up Wouter and I started a band called Lynch Boys. With this band we chose to play more rockabilly orientated music, covering Johnny Cash and such. This band also had a short life. In the meanwhile I wrote myself enough songs to fill a complete album. When Wouter decided to start a music label he immediately approached me to record an album. Together with a few guest musicians we went into the studio to record “False Gestures”. After the album was released I had to search for new bandmembers. First I came in touch with Niels Venrooy from the band Offside. He was willing to join the band and approached Eef Hendriks (one of the guitarists from Offside) to play the guitar in Badlands. Niels also found us a new drummer called Sander v/d Hoogen, who used to play drums in a band called Cavehead Violence. With this line up we’ve recorded three songs for the compilation album “Brabantia Nostra” and a second full-length. Source >>>> http://www.punkoiuk.co.uk/interviews/badlands.htm
1. Back in History
2. Judgement Day
3. Rip It Up
4. It's Gonna End
5. Heroes
6. Whatever Happened
7. From the Heart
8. Hold on to Your Dreams
9. Hands of Time
10. Fight Until I Die
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/sogtf
Strenght In Numbers
Label: Charged Records
Format: 7-inches Vinyl
Ripped: mp3 (128kbps)
HHA Rating: 9,0
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Four songs that sound like early Chaos U.K., but with snotty vocals. The Oi Scouts were a Jersey-based punk band that also had a CD out on Squigtone Records. Source >>>> http://www.chargedrecords.com/main.htm
1. Revolution
2. Oi! Punk
3. War is Sick
4. Anarchy People
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y8k2hw
Keasbey Nights (2006)
Label: Victory Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (320kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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I loved Keasbey Nights when it was released in 1998. It was a GREAT album and everytime I listened to it I loved it more and more and more. Then Tomas left and Catch 22 lost their sound. When Tomas left Catch 22 their sound left as well. Then Tomas formed Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution which only released one EP. Then after that Streetlight Manifesto was formed. Everything Goes Numb was the start of a great movement. Then in 2006 I heard word of SM redoing Keasbey Nights which puzzled me a bit but I couldn't wait. Then it finally came out and of course I bought it. Right from the start you can notice that this is not the same album at all. This album is like taking crude oil and refining it into gasoline. Catch 22's Keasbey Nights was crude oil and SM's Keasbey Nights is gasoline. This is the way Keasbey Nights was supposed to sound. Don't listen to others who say "oh this is the same damn CD as Catch 22's there's no difference here I waisted $$$ on this damn thing" f*ck them this CD is not the same. The only thing the same here is the title of the CD, the order of the songs, and the names of the songs. Besides that this is a completely different CD with some added lyrics to some of the songs. I guarantee you won't be disappointed by buying this. I sure as hell know I wasn't. I almost threw out the old Keasbey Nights after buying this it is that good. - - Manny Moses (Ft Lauderdale, FL) - -
1. Dear Sergio
2. Sick And Sad
3. Keasbey Nights
4. Day In Day Out
5. Walking Away
6. Giving Up Giving In
7. On & On & On
8. Riding The Fourth Wave
9. This One Goes Out To…
10. Supernothing
11. 9MM And A Three Piece Suit
12. Kristina She Don’t Know I Exist
13. As The Footsteps Die Out Forever
14. 1234 1234
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yzgz5m
Brave Noise & Burning in Water (1993)
Label: Taang! Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (192kbps HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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The Moving Targets' 1986 album Burning in Water is one of the most devastating underground pop albums ever released. Ken Chambers and co. take the power trio format to the ultimate, laying thick melodic guitar lines over an aggressive rhythm section. The music bears a certain similarity to Mission of Burma, but infused with power and urgency reminiscent of Husker Du. Well crafted, thought provoking music. Brave Noise, released two years later, reflects a more mature approach. The music is less frantic, more subtle, but no less compelling.
by John C. Foster "magadh@concentric.net" (Chapel Hill, North Carolina United States)
1. Falling
2. Brave Noise
3. Nothing Changes
4. Things Are Going By
5. Carcrash
6. Separate Hearts
7. Instrumental #3
8. In The Way
9. 2500 Club
10. Into The Forest
11. June 7th
12. Through The Door
13. Lights
14. The Other Side
15. Faith
16. Let Me Know Why
17. Shape Of Somethings
18. Less Than Gravity
19. Almost Certain/Drone
20. Urban Dub
21. Always Calling
22. Underground
23. MTV
24. Funtime
25. Untitled
26. This World
27. Squares And Circles
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yfoc5n
Demo Tape (1985)
Format: Cassette Demo Tape
Ripped: mp3 (192kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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This is classic mid 80's California Punk. Christ on Parade were from San Francisco, CA and formed in the mid 1980s. To the best of my knowledge, they toured the US once opening for some bigger band like 7 Seconds or someone like that. This was their first record and it was released on Pushead’s label. After this record, they would part ways with their original singer and Noah, who played guitar, would handle the lead vocal duties. I do not know why the original guy left. The band put out a pair of 7″s and one more LP before disbanding. Source >>> The Punk Vault
1. for your viewing pleasure
2. no truth
3. flash
4. land lord song
5. drop out
6. another country
7. chaos beeder
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/ydwxdl
Fuck Religion, Fuck Politics Fuck the Lot of You (1996)
PLUS Don't Throw It All Away
Label: Anagram Records
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mpe (192kbps)
HHA Rating: 8,0
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Chaotic Discord are a band that still have the unique ability to shock just about anyone. Here we have from them two albums on one CD bringing together their debut LP 'Fuck Religion, Fuck Politics, Fuck The Lot Of You' with the ultra-rare mini album 'Don't Throw It All Away'. The 24 tracks include the 'Cider Punk' classics 'Loud Tuneless 'N' Thick', 'Anarchy In Woolworths' and 'Destroy Peace 'N' Freedom'.
Source >>> http://www.cherryred.co.uk/anagram/artists/chaoticdischord.htm
Fuck Religion Fuck Politics Fuck The Lot Of You! / Punk Aggression / City of Claustrophobia / Boy Bill / Wild Mohicans (For Wattie) / S/O/A/H/C/ / Sound of Music / Cider N' Dogs / Destroy Peace N' Freedom / Boring Bastards / Shadow / Anti/Christ / '77 In '82 (What's It Got To Do With You) / And There Wuz Cows / Alternative Culture / Loud Tuneless N' Thick (Ugly's Too Good For You) / Great Rock N' Roll Swindle / Don't Throw It All Away / Stab Your Back / Sausage Beans & Chips / Who Killed E/T/? (I Killed The Fucker!) / 22/Hole Doc Martens / Anarchy In Woolworth's / Batcave Benders Meet The Alien Durex Machine
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yes69m

Monday, October 30, 2006

Beauf (1991)
Label: Beri Beri Records
Format: CDEP
Ripped: EAC mp3 (192kbps - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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Similar to their early releases, powerful & melodic music. Good stuff, not as routined as their more recent material. [8].
In Deutschland erschienene (mini-)LP der Kalifornier, hier eher noch im "alten" Stil, der nicht gar so routiniert wirkt wie auf ihren neueren Platten. Ausdrucksvoller , bei dem aber auch die Power nicht zu kurz kommt. Gut. This is a very hard to find EP from Samiam, the Beri Beri Records is a record label from Hamburg, Germany.
1. The Last Word
2. Well
3. Conditions
4. At the Bottom
5. Head Trap
6. Too Many Buttons
7. Tired O' Waiting
8. New Queen
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y98fvg
Strenght Through Diversity (1997)
Label: Sidekicks
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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The story of WITHIN REACH goes back in the beginning of 1996 when the ex. members and long-time friends of LIFELESS IMAGE (1990-1995, 1 Mcd + a couple of compilations out) and PASSAGE 4 (1992-1996, 1 CD, 2 Cds + numerous compilations out), Magnus Törnkvist (vocals), Jocke Eriksson (drums), Magnus Brolin (bass) and Björn Hahne (guitars) hooked up together for some old school hardcore in the vein of the classic New York-sound. After only a couple of weeks of rehearsing they were offered a slot on the Penalty comp. on Wounded Records. They accepted and recorded 2 songs within 4 hours in Studio Punkpalace w/ Mathias from MILLENCOLIN behind the buttons. At this time WITHIN REACH sucked big time but things got better...fast! By the end of spring `96 a self-released CDs entitled "The Light Will Return" was released and at this time some recordlabels showed interest. The new label Sidekicks Records (Burning Heart sublabel) were soon home for WITHIN REACH. Due to drummer Jocke´s success w/ punkrockers PASSAGE 4, WITHIN REACH wasn´t top priority for anyone but since they broke up later that year all efforts went to WITHIN REACH.
In the fall of `96 they entered Studio Underground to record the MCD "Something´s Not Right" (Sidekicks Records/Jabsco 002), followed by shows all over Sweden. The first half of `97 were spent in various studios, recording songs for different compilations (of which none ever came out!) as well as doing weekend gigs w/ the new school heroes BURST. Later that year, the 16-track CD "Strength Through Diversity" (Sidekicks Records/Jabsco 004) was released and got great reviews in magazines and fanzines worldwide. The best comment so far came from german OX which claimed that "if this record came out in the 80´s it would belong to the classics". However their style wasn´t 100% old school any longer as they let their punk, metal and rock´n roll influences shine through.
Just before WITHIN REACH went on a tour to Poland they invited Robin Sundqvist of PASSAGE 4 for extra guitar licks. With some new fresh blood in the band everything started to sound the way it should. The first taste of this "change" can be heard on the 1125/WITHIN REACH split 7" EP (Shing Industry) which includes a cool version of the GERMS classic "Lexicon Devil". In the end of´ `98 the last and best recording for Sidekicks "Reconsider/Reconstruct" (Jabsco 020) got them a crazy tour in Spain. After that Sidekicks and Within Reach came to a mutual agreement (not related to the 'crazy tour' in any way…) and separated in good faith. After some trouble in the band they called it quits in 2001.
Source >>> http://www.burningheart.com/bands/index.php?id=198&bio=1
1. Unity Company
2. Values
3. Stealing the Show
4. Strength Through Diversity
5. One Life
6. Defender
7. Through My Mind
8. Retrospect
9. More to See
10. Make It Last
11. Give Back
12. Something Not Right
13. When Were Gone
14. Not Forgiven, Not Forgotten
15. Take Care
16. This Time
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yyeeg2

Sunday, October 29, 2006

No Cause for Concern
Label: Captain Oi! Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (128kbps)
HHA Rating: 9,0
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A 'proper' CD re-issue of Vice Squad's debut LP which was originally released by EMI in 1981 and which reached No.32 in the UK charts. Now comes complete with 8 bonus tracks including all of the bands recordings for Riot City Records. Deluxe booklet designed and written by Shane and Dave of the band and including lyrics to every song.
Young Blood
| Coward
| Nothing
| Summer Fashion
| 1981
| Saturday Night Special
| Offering
| The Times They Are A Changin
| Evil |
Angry Youth
| It's Sell Out
| Still Dying
| Last Rockers
So What For The 80's | Sterile | Last Rockers (Single Version) | Living On Dreams | Latex Love | Resurrection | Young Blood | Humane (Single Version)
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yeh8ss
The Rise & Fall (1982)
Label: Stiff
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR)
HHA Rating: 8,5
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Madness Presents the Rise & Fall marks the band's most mature effort and artistic statement. Completely devoid of their early ska influence, they paint a picture of British life in the spirit of the Kinks' Village Green Preservation Society. Though it was never released in the U.S., several tracks were later placed on the compilation Madness, including "Our House," their biggest stateside hit. - - by Chris Woddstra - - AMG
1. rise and fall
2. tomorrow's (just another day)
3. blue skinned beast
4. primrose hill
5. mr. speaker
6. sunday morning
7. our house
8. tiptoes
9. new delhi
10. that face
11. calling cards
12. are you coming (with me)
13. madness (is all in the mind)
[ download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/ybagec
Ultra Fine Day
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC MP3 (160kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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1. kickoff by Frankie boy Flame
2. ultra fine day
3. i wanna be somebody
4. never ask about that
5. she's not my age
6. i don't like you
7. you better go now
8. up your irons
9. ladies choice
10. fcb
11. breakdown
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yc9dja
The Devil is Swiss
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (160kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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Born in the 90's on Switzerland, the Muffins are a reference when you talk about modern Oi punk bands. The songs of the band are melodic with strong chorus and very catchy music. Pure anthems of Oi! music.
1. bamn and the battle cries
2. awakening
3. cause you ain't got an alert
4. no, we were alone
5. you comeback to switzerland
6. didn't see you. I hat again
7. you're strong
8. scoring goals
9. young blooded rebel
10. winter's keeping you warm
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yjffwe
Search & Destroy (1999)
Label: Blackout
Format: CDEP
Ripped: EAC mp3 (192kbps)
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This EP is the closest thing to a live album that Samiam has done. Four live songs that span a decade of the band's life dot this recording, including fan favorites "Bad Day" from Clumsy and "Don't Break Me" from Billy. But the album's gem is the cover song, the blazing cover of Iggy and the Stooges' "Search and Destroy." Samiam somehow manages to smooth out the rough edges of the original while keeping up the song's intensity -- no small feat. Also appearing is "Factory" off You Are Freaking Me Out; a vintage Samiam song detailing the tribulations of the working class. - - by Ron DePasquale - -
1. Factory
2. Search and Destroy
3. Bad Day (live)
4. My Convenience (live)
5. Stepson (live)
6. Don't Break Me (live)
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/vag34
Enought to Make Me Sick (1998)
Label: Creative Man/ Cargo
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (160kbps)
HHA Rating: 8,5
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1. head on a pole
2. vcious cabaret
3. kettlehead
4. midas touch
5. loser
6. drink thudd
7. 2010
8. urban nightmare
9. cider 1 up landlord
10. down on the farm
11. c. rap
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/sza35
Guilty (1993)
Format: EP
Ripped: from Vinyl mp3 (192kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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We're an anarcho-punk band based in Edinburgh in Scotland. Simply put, we're interested in making rocking punk music that will hopefully make people think and inspire action to make our world a better place. We've been playing together in our current incarnation for over five years now but prior to that the band has been touring and making records continuously since 1981. We're always happy to play benefit fund-raising gigs for good causes and to contribute tracks for similar fund-raising compilation LPs or CDs. We're not interested in the mainstream music business and prefer to organise our releases and tours through the underground DIY punk network. In recent years we've begun to record and release material in the indigenous Celtic language of Scotland, Gaelic (see the blog for more on this). The band name however comes from the ancient Greek phrase "Hoi Polloi" meaning "the mob, the ordinary people, the rabble". This phrase is used in the UK today by upper class rich people when looking down their noses at the ordinary common folk. Back in 1981 it also had a link to a type of hard punk music known as "Oi!" which was characterised by shouted vocals and sing-along crowd choruses of the type that we played at the time and still often favour today. While it later came to attract a certain amount of right-wing idiots, "Oi!" music at this time in Edinburgh just meant good music for ordinary kids that was also about bringing punks and sussed skinheads and other kids together in unity. You'll see a lot of rubbish written on the web about where the term "Oi!" came from but the truth is that it was a term coined by a music journalist from the now defunct music paper "Sounds" and is an exclamation commonly used in East London (where a lot of these bands originally came from) to attract attention as in "Oi you! Listen to me, I've got something to say!". The word originally comes from slang used by the large Jewish community in the East End - the same folk that gave Mosley's fascist blackshirts a bloody nose in the Battle of Cable Street in 1936 - quite appropriate really. Source - http://www.myspace.com/oipolloialba
1. guilty
2. break the mould
3. john major fuck you
4. bash the fash
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yzvkag
Ping Pong Gods (1996)
Label: Pakalolo Recs.
Format: CDEP split
Ripped: EAC mp3 (128kbps)
HHA Rating: 8,5
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A split EP between two great band, the very well knowed SAMIAM and GARLIC FROG DIET..
1. Poverty (GFD)
2. In All Innocence (GFD)
3. Ain't No Size That Small (Samiam)
4. Stepson (Samiam)
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yfsg7t
She Found You (1997)
Label: Heartcore
Format: CDEP
Ripped: EAC mp3 (192kbps)
HHA Rating: 9,0
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Part of the Bay Area punk revival of the late '80s and early '90s, Samiam specialized in the catchy, anthemic punk-pop typical of the Warped Tour crowd, but separated themselves with a greater debt to hardcore and a more introspective lyrical bent that won over emo audiences. Formed in 1988, most of the band's founding members had played in other Berkeley-area punk groups: vocalist Jason Beebout had been in Isocracy with bassist Martin Brohm; guitarist Sergie Loobkoff had been a drummer for Sweet Baby Jesus; and second guitarist James Brogan had been in Social Unrest. Drummer Mark Mortinsen -- the first of many -- completed the charter Samiam lineup, which caused an immediate stir on the Gilman Street punk scene with its local-supergroup pedigree. - - by Steve Huey - -
1. She Found You
2. Capsized (live)
3. Regret (live)
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yddzor
Back to Higher Ground (2006)
Label: Side One Dummy
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (320kbps)
HHA Rating: 8,0
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After two solid years of touring with the likes of Flogging Molly, the Vans Warped Tour, The Casualties, Tiger Army, The Adolescents, and several headlining runs, L.A.'s Briggs now deliver their most ambitious album to date with lyrics that are a lot more in-depth than on previous records. While singer Joey LaRocca cites songwriter influences like Billy Bragg, Hank Williams, Bob Dylan, and Elvis Costello, this record still packs plenty of punk rock punch. Produced by Joe Gittleman (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones).
1. Back To Higher Ground
2. Let Them Know
3. Song Of Babylon
4. Common And Unknown
5. Maritime Tragedies
6. Everyone's An Actor
7. Wasting Time
8. Insane
9. My Own Enemy
10. Harder To Stand
11. Blacklist
12. Don't Care
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yn2n87
Flogging The Corpse (1995)
Label: Cleopatra
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (128kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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Punk rock heroes Chaos UK began its long journey in 1979, with a lineup consisting of vocalist Simon, guitarist Andy, bassist Kaos, and drummer Potts. They eventually signed with Riot City Records and released two 7" records in 1982. That same year, they released an eponymous LP with a slightly different lineup. Kaos had moved to vocals, and new members Spot and Nige took over on drums and bass, respectively. They left the label soon after and disappeared until 1984's Lawless Britain, also known as Short Sharp Shock, which came out on Children of the Revolution Records. They also had a new lineup at this point, now featuring singer Mower, drummer Chuck, guitarist Gabba, and Kaos. An interesting minor controversy would result from this album, as Michelle Shocked would release an album called Short Sharp Shocked with virtually the same cover art, much to the band's dismay. The lineup actually lasted to the next album, 1986's Radioactive Earslaughter, which came out at the same time as a split disc with Extreme Noise Terror. Without any real reason, they went into semi-retirement almost immediately afterwards, staying out of the music scene until 1989, which saw the release of Chipping Sodbury Bonfire Tapes on their own Slap Up Records. The title was a dig at Shocked, who had an album titled The Texas Campfire Tapes. Mower would soon leave the band, bringing Kaos back to vocals and bringing in Beki on bass. The Live in Japan album was recorded in 1991 (although it came out three years later), but after their tour of the east they would lose Chuck and replace him with Devilman. They also added a second guitarist, Vic (ex-Reagan Youth). This lineup would release the Making Half a Killing album soon after (the title is a play on another Extreme Noise Terror split disc). 1993 saw the release of One Hundred Percent Two Fingers in the Air on Century Media Records. New drummer Phil Thudd and new bassist J. signed on for King for a Day (1996), Morning After the Night Before (1996), and Heard It, Seen It, Done It (1997), but Devilman was still in the band and even played on the albums while Beki had since left. Members of the band began to start side projects, including A.D. Rice and the Wuzzuks, but they still released Total Chaos in 1999 and Chaos in Japan in 2001. - - by Bradley Torreano - - Allmusic.com
1. intro
2. maggie
3. hate
4. police protection
5. out-takes from UKDK
6. kill your baby
7. selfish few
8. false prophets
9. end is nigh
10. parental love
11. victimised
12. no security
13. four minute warning
14. farmyard boogie
15. vivtimised part. 2
16. no security
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y229oq
Posthumously Yours
Format: 7-inches Vinyl
Ripped: mp3 (128kbps)
HHA Rating: 8,0
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A friend gave me this 7-inches vinyl without cover, and I can´t find any information about this banda on the internet, anyway I ripped with 128kbps because the quality of the recordings is not good at all..and will don't make any difference.. :-)) enjoy..
1. you want it you got it
2. on P.C.P.
3. two can play that game
4. housewrecking party
5. baby b 2
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yf7ajc

Thursday, October 26, 2006

The Fall (1991)
Label: Taang! Records
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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Springing from the fertile grounds of Boston's parochial hardcore punk-rock scene, Moving Targets are a little-known but seminal link in a chain that joins hardcore and other early-'80s Boston music strains like collegiate art rock and folk-rock to '90s alternative rock. Forming in 1981 around the songwriting, blistering guitar work, and emotive vocals of Kenny Chambers, the original power trio included bassist/vocalist Pat Leonard and the strong-man drumming of Pat Brady. After a few years of trying to scrape together gigs in the competitive early-'80s Boston rock club scene, Moving Targets' first significant exposure came in 1984 via Bands That Could Be God (Conflict/Radiobeat), a record of various Massachusetts punk and post-punk bands compiled by Gerard Cosloy, the soon-to-be head of the Homestead and Matador record labels. The LP included three songs recorded with Lou Giordano, one of the founding producers of Boston's legendary Fort Apache studio. Giordano had worked with the influential Minneapolis trio Hüsker Dü, who were clearly a major influence for the Targets. - - by Bill Janovitz - - Allmusic
1. taang intro
2. only life of fun
3. fumble
4. answer
5. can you blame me
6. travel music
7. away from me
8. no soul
9. blind
10. once upon a time
11. overated
12. awsome sky
13. fake it

[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yzgha2
Incognito (1994)
Label: New Red Archives
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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This is my favorite NUFAN album, and don't need to say nothing about this band..because everybody know them...
1. DMV
2. Sign The Bill
3. It Won't Happen Again
4. Hail To The King
5. Weirdo
6. Truth Hits Everybody
7. Felix
8. Noitall
9. I Detest
10. Puppet Show
11. Record Thieves
12. Power Bitch
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y9logp
Kicked in the Teeth Again
Label: Dr. Dream
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 8,0
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Regular melodic hardcore in Fat Wreck Chord's bands style..
1. trying
2. the usual
3. no go
4. don't waste my time
5. out my window
6. put me off
7. the other side
8. half way
9. mine
10. never know
11. adios
12. suspicious minds
[download} >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yalzom
American Cheese (2002)
Label: Honest Don's Hardy Used
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 7,0
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This is a pretty average cd by Nerf herder and is not on par with the s/t and how to meet girls but still produces some good songs like Jenna bush army, Mr spock and jacket. The track which insults the fender squire is probably the worst on American cheese as whats wrong with the squire it's the quality of the player what counts and the general concept of the songs pretty dumb. I'd get How to meet girls and the s/t release before even thinking of getting American cheese as it's not really up to the quality that nerf herder usually releases the humours even quite tame on American cheese aswell.
Paul Taylor (UK)
1. Welcome To My World
2. High Five Anxiety
3. New Wave Girl
4. Mr. Spock
5. Jacket
6. Rock City News
7. Cashmere
8. Nervous Breakdown
9. Jenna Bush Army
10. Defending The Faith
11. Busted
12. New Jersey Girl
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/ykchex

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Novelty (1995)
Label: Dischord Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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This is a seminal record from the early 90's and probably the groups best album. This is one of the few albums i keep going back too faithfully, it has become timeless and will offer something new to first time listensers. All the heavey music fans of this day, ie. 16 to 21 yrs age, need to listen to this album to understand why some of the older generations find todays heavey alt. music unoriginal and another flash in the pan.a must have album to any alt.rock or alt.altrock, and heavy music fan.
<<< [tracks] >>>
1. Cutoff
2. Tracking
3. Dreamless
4. Channel 3
5. Spiral Fix
6. Linkwork
7. Chump
8. Static
9. Spit-Bite
10. Send Down
11. Tongues
12. Ones & Zeros
[download] >>> http://tinyurl.com/ybo24m
Another Breath (2000)
Label: Equal Vision Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 8,0
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Why is it the previous reviewer has a problem with a record made by people who may or may not have bought a hardcore record in 12 years? Could it possibly be that hardcore has evolved into something other than what they now relate to? Why would their preference for hardcore of a certain era indicate an arrogance? Has it become mandatory that, bands considered hardcore, must only be influenced by contemporary hardcore? Just some questions I'd like to ask someone who won't accept music by people above some arbitrary age and/or weight. It's a good record, not a great record, a good record by guys who've been around a long time and still love old hardcore. I think I know why so much of today's hardcore and music in general sounds the same - People like the last reviewer.
1. The Killing Flame
2. Shooting The Star
3. Consolation Prize
4. Flag Day
5. Bloodsucker
6. Now That You're Gone
7. Survival
8. Back To The Start
9. Red Eyes
10. American Refugee
11. Thirty Year Run
12. Better Man
13. Another Breath
14. Never Coming Back
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yhqlvx

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Paper Thin Front (1994)
Label: Engine
Covers: Yes
Format: CD EP
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 8.0
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<<< [tracks] >>>
1. Innocent
2. Arsenal
3. Allegheny
4. Graduate
5. Razor Wire
6. Paper Thin Front
7. Instead
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Alle Gegen Alle (1989)
Label: Aggressive Rockproduktion
Format: CD
Riped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 9.0
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DER Meilenstein im Deutschpunk. Hit auf Hit reiht sich hier auf, wie Nieten am Armband: "Störtebeker", "Untergang", "Religion", "Zu kalt", "Etikette tötet" und der Millionenhit "Alle gegen Alle".
1) linke spieber
2) stortebecker
3) untergang
4) zu kalt
5) ihr seid schon
6) religion
7) nazis raus
8) sand im getriebe
9) alle gegen alle
10) die letzten **extra track only in CD version**
11) etikette totet
12) ich will nicht werden
13) tod
14) junge junge
15) guter rat ist teuer
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y6uaxh
The Punk Singles Collection (1998)
Label: Captain Oi! Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC MP3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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"Old school" punk bands are a dime a dozen, you say. Well, you might be right. There were just as many talentless bandwagon-jumpers in 1977 that based their entire musical careers on 1 Sex Pistols song as there were talentless bandwagon-jumpers in 1988 that based their musical careers on 1 Bad Religion song. But look hard enough, and you'll find the diamonds amongst the trash. Chelsea are those diamonds.
Gene October milled about in the punk scene for a while, going through literally countless lineups for Chelsea by the time Chelsea's first album was released in 1979. It was a great example of working class, angry, midtempo punk rock. He would go on to record 2 more worthy albums, 1980's Alternative Hits, and 1982's Evacuate, before stumbling into musical oblivion. All three of these albums are worthy of praise, and stand significantly above most of the garbage that got thrown around in that era, all in the name of Punk.
Honestly, I would recommend you purchase all three of Chelsea's landmark albums, as they are all consistently exciting slabs of punk, even after all these years. But if you limit yourself to just one Chelsea CD, this will serve that purpose. The only problem is all of the B-Sides that inevitably show up to mar a "Singles Collection" such as this. Especially when there are truly great album tracks that are nowhere to be found on the disc.
Gene October was a worthy songwriter, and produced too many memorable punk tunes to be forgotten, or lumped in with hoards of cut-rate UK punk bands. Chelsea were better than most. The Damned, Sex Pistols, Ruts, Chron Gen, Anti-Pasti, Adverts, Drones, UK Subs, Abrasive Wheels, 999, Adicts, Sham 69, Eater, Lurkers, Vibrators... all great bands. But NONE of them have THREE top-rank albums, perhaps one or two, but not three. Other than The Clash, and Stiff Little Fingers, I can't think of any politically oriented punk band of the period with three great albums.
*** punkviper (Pittsburgh, PA USA) *** reviewd on Amazon
1. right to work
2. the loner
3. high rise living
4. no admission
5. urban kids
6. no flowers
7. no one's coming outside
8. what would you do
9. i'm on fire
10. look at the outside
11. don't get me wrong
12. no escape
13. decide
14. rockin' horse
15. years away
16. freemans
17. i.d. paradise
18. how do you know
19. evacuate
20. new era
21. war across the nation
22. stand out
23. last drink
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y7fhqu
Ordem e Progress (2004)
Label: Cogumelo Records
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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The best hardcore band here in Brazil. Sociedade Armada (Armed Society) is a protesting band against the corrupted system, politics, violence, etc... Their songs are fast, heave and aggressive. In your face hardcore..GET IT!!!
1. herança
2. EUA ltda.
3. um novo estado
4. ordem & progresso
5. inveja
6. menos um
7. geração sem esperança
8. tráfico humano
9. liquidação verde
10. isso é pessoal
11. imposições
12. nossa fronteira
13. falsos laudos
14. providência social
15. palhaçada orçamentária
16. traidor
17. tempos difíceis
18. futuro zero
19. conexões criminosas
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/tootm
Label: Horror Business Records
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (128kbps - HQ)
HHA Rating: 9,0
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This is a huge compilation with 35 bands and 35 tracks. The regular set includes 28 tracks and 7 bonus tracks. The majority of bands come from Germany (Horror Business is a German Label). The Import bands are Badtown Boys from USA, 46 Short from USA, Body Bag from Switzerland, Jason from Brasil, Educational Chaos from Holland, Quicknoize from Italy and Dead Lazlo's Place from USA.
1. get ahead (badtown boys)
2. side by side (not enough)
3. marra de cão (jason)
4. loosin' (slup)
5. lebensrezeptur (kafkas)
6. friendz (krombacherkellerkinder)
7. not for me (46short)
8. no one (paranoya)
9. road roller (quicknoize)
10. chip on my shoulder (filibuster)
11. winsome (half pint)
12. fighting a dead man (apathy)
13. hey puppy (nelson)
14. no one's guilty (woof)
15. das ende ist da (for $ale)
16. fight for right (hemp)
17. striving (third degree burn)
18. schweinesabbat (yacopsae)
19. tombstones (turvies)
20. just try (sincerity)
21. skadillac (body bag)
22. down & out (infront)
23. daily does of lies (shirker)
24. heart with strings of steel (dag)
25. vorbei ist vorbei (akute verseuchung)
26. too far (silent pain)
27. seen a face (dead lazlo's place)
28. admission of a x-man (hkk)
29. friendship (skrotum)
30. hands of you (financial freaks)
31. i am (educational chaos)
32. nazi punk (red griffins)
33. whatever it takes (estrich boy)
34. ever leben (die dicken maedchen)
35. da bastardz have landed (gutwrench)
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y5c7w7

Monday, October 23, 2006

The Power & The Glory (1999)
Label: Captain Oi! Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 9,5
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Inspired by the critically reviled working-class punk of Sham 69, the Cockney Rejects helped give voice to the punksubgenre tagged Oi!, partly thanks to the group's 1980 song "Oi! Oi! Oi!" The Rejects' sound was loud, brash, and crudely performed, with an irreverent sense of humor and an inclination towards mindless anarchy that made them appealing to frustrated lower-class youth and, unfortunately, the more extreme right-wing racist faction amongst the growing skinhead movement, an association the group did not encourage but for which they were soundly berated. Vocalist Jefferson Turner, guitarist Micky Geggus, bassist Vince Riordan, and drummer Keith Warrington were discovered in London's East End by Sham 69 singer Jimmy Pursey, who helped the group get a record deal. The Rejects' initial output was voluminous; their first two albums were both released in 1980 and jokingly titled Greatest Hits, Vols. 1 and 2. Greatest Hits
Vol. 3 (Live and Loud), featuring "live" versions of their best-known songs (actually recorded in a studio with an audience), and The Power and the Glory followed in 1981. The latter album found the group trying to broaden their approach, employing acoustic guitars and a more melodic orientation. 1982's The Wild Ones marked a shift towards heavy metal; unsure of their direction, the Rejects eventually disbanded in 1985, with several compilations of live and unreleased material appearing (1985's Unheard Rejects, 1987's Live and Loud!! The Bridgehouse Tapes). The Cockney Rejects reunited in 1990 for the album Lethal, which failed to make much of an impression. Ten years later saw the release of Back on the Street. - - by Steve Huey - - Allmusic.com
1. power and the glory
2. because i'm in love
3. on the run
4. lumon
5. friends
6. teenage fantasy
7. it's over
8. on the streets again
9. byc
10. the greatest story ever told
Bonus Tracks
11. lomdob
12. beginning of the end
13. motorhead
14. francine
15. t.n.t.
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yyrtu8
Handheld and Rigidly Digital (1999)
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR)
HHA Rating: 10
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I can only say how delighted with it I am. Particularly since it includes some songs which were previously unavailable on CD ('race you to the grave'; 'she grew up', 'drinkin' again') and others which are here recorded live for the first time ('Last train', 'Hope Street', 'You can get it', 'Forensic evidence'). Can I suggest that this trend be continued in future live albums- too often the track listing of SLF live albums is broadly speaking the same from one live album to the next- we all have about 10 live versions of 'Suspect Device' when perhaps we would prefer to have the novelty of a live version of 'Bloody Sunday' or 'Half a Life away'- please think about this guys next time you know you're being recorded.
The new CD includes a well-deserved dedication to Shirley Sexton and is worth buying just for that reason! Another nice thing is the packaging. A group achieving platinum sales would be proud of the packaging here. This is a rarity for SLF- although the first 3 SLF studio albums had good sleeves, only 'Hope Street' has stood out for its artwork since then and SLF fans have been subjected to the worst sleeve design of all time on 'Get a Life'. As if all this wasn't enough reason to buy this new box set you also get a booklet in which Jake Burns explains each of the songs on the Hope Street album. So go on, reach for your credit cards--it's well worth it.
**NOTE - this CD is part of a box set and comes with an extra along qith the DVD...
1. straw dogs
2. wasted life
3. at the edge
4. hope street
5. you can get it (if you really want)
6. drinkin' again
7. harp
8. gotta gettaway
9. last train from the wasteland
10. forensic evidence
11. race you to the grave
12. she grew up
13. tin soldiers
14. all the best
16. doesn't make it alright
17. barbed wire love
18. piccadilly circus
19. roots, radics, rockers and reggae
20. suspect device
21. alternative ulster
<<<< [download] >>>>

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Now Then (1982)
Covers: Punk United
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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An excellant rock album with classic slf tracks like 'stands to reason' and 'talkback' also the original and best version of 'the price of admission' and another ballad 'big city night' about the troubled streets of belfast are all standout tracks.slf bring new life to a cover of 'love of the common people' made famous by paul young in the mid eighties.and with rockers like 'bits of kids' and 'is that what you fought the war for' makes 'now then' an easy 5 stars.
1. Falling Down
2. Won't Be Told
3. Love Of The Common People
4. The Price Of Admission
5. Touch & Go
6. Stands To Reason
7. Bits Of Kids
8. Welcome To The Whole Week
9. Big City Night
10. Talkback
11. Is That What You Fought The War For?
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y22ss3
VA - Girls Just Wanna Have Punk
Label: F Records (www.frecords.net)
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - Level 2)
HHA Rating: 9,0
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Very nice brazilian exclusive punk compilation with bands ate least with female vocals. In the CD 6 bands make your collaboration. Fabulous Disaster from San Francisco (USA), Killi from São Paulo (Brazil), Dover from USA, The Gee Strings from Germany, Staples from Brazil and Bambix from Holland. 24 tracks (4 songs each band).
1. GIA (Fabulous Disaster)
2. My Static (Fabulous Disaster)
3. Red Blister (Fabulous Disaster)
4. Spoiled (Fabulous Disaster)
5. Quem Diria (Killi)
6. Nada a Ganhar (Killi)
7. Londe do Abrigo (Killi)
8. Que Horas São? (Killi)
9. Better Day (Dover)
10. King George (Dover)
11. Cherry Lee (Dover)
12. Far (Dover)
13. Vibration (The Gee Strings)
14. Bad Reputation (The Gee Strings)
15. Dullish (The Gee Strings)
16. We are The One (The Gee Strings)
17. Sempre Igual (Staples)
18. I Still Try (Staples)
19. You Can't (Staples)
20. Mentira (Staples)
21. Julie (Bambix)
22. It's Beer O' Clock (Bambix)
23. Truckstop (Bambix)
24. Cocksucker (Bambix)
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Bad Move Space Cadet (1995)
Label: Dr. Strange Recs.
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rang: 8,0
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A must have for any punkrocker. This was Zoinks first full length album put out by Dr.Strange records. It features their classic cover of the theme song from greatest american hero. And, as with Stranger Anxiety, it features original lead singer Zach. I loved Well and Good, but there was definitely something missing after Zach left the band. Soap Factory and Uma 14 Times and Susy Bright are some of my favorite tracks. BTW, check out Bob Conrad's website, secondguess.net, where you can learn more about Zoinks and his new band PrimaVolta, with zoinks member Rob.
- - kevin d. (Ballston Lake, NY United States) - -
1. astronaut
2. joe vs. the machine
3. uma 14 times
4. soap factory
5. greatest american hero
6. thermalosis
7. classic rock turned me into a psychopathic killer
8. sapsucker sluggo
9. stumpy
10. uninspired
11. susie bright
12. garbage
13. all my grade school friends grew up to be jocks
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y92wnt
Nothing Means Nothing Anymore
Format: CD EP
Ripped: mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 7,5
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A very obscure german band, that mixes a little bit o metal with melodic punk..deserves download to prove...
1. welcome
2. waste my time
3. it's too late
4. a king will come
5. lie
6. spring inside
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y643wz

Friday, October 20, 2006

See You Up There! (1989)
Label: Virgin Records
Covers: Yes
Format: CD
Ripped: mp3 (320kbps - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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My favorite punk band, ina great live performance...essential!!!!

1. Intro - Go For It
2. Alternative Ulster
3. Silver Lining
4. Love of the Common People
5. Gotta Gettaway
6. Just Fade Away
7. Piccadilly Circus
8. Gate 49
9. Wasted Life
10. At the Edge
11. Listen
12. Barbed Wire Love
13. Fly the Flag
14. Tin Soldiers
15. The Wild Rover
16. Suspect Device
17. Johnny Was
<<<< [download] >>>>

Thursday, October 19, 2006

We're Outta Here! (Live) (2003)
Label: Eagle Rock/Eagle
Format: CD
Ripped: mp3 (128kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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1997 live release that's deleted domestically. The punk icon's 'last show' (2,263rd) recorded at Billboard Live August 6,1996. 32 tracks. Maybe you can tell by the song selection or the title, but this is the exact same cd you got in the "We're Outta Here" collection, just without the video. All the artwork is the same as well, so if you have "We're Outta Here", you really should save your money unless you really have to collect everything. If you don't have their last show on cd, this would have to be it, since "We're Outta Here" seems to be out of stock (at least as i'm writing this).
Not really being a fan of the later, faster live Ramones, I still gave it 4 stars cause the songs are great, & I like the cool guest stars.
1. Durango 95
2. Teenage Lobotomy
3. Psycho Therapy
4. Blitzkrieg Bop
5. Do You Remember Rock & Roll Radio?
6. I Believe in Miracles
7. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
8. Rock & Roll High School
9. I Wanna Be Sedated
10. Spiderman
11. KKK Took My Baby Away
12. I Just Want to Have Something to Do
13. Commando
14. Sheena Is a Punk Rocker
15. Rockaway Beach
16. Pet Sematary
17. Crusher
18. Love Kills
19. Do You Wanna Dance
20. Somebody Put Something in My Drink
21. I Don't Want You
22. Wart Hog
23. Cretin Hop
24. R.A.M.O.N.E.S.
25. Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World
26. Pinhead
27. 53rd & 3rd
28. Listen to My Heart
29. We're a Happy Family
30. Chinese Rock
31. Beat on the Brat
32. Any Way You Want It
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y9kg7b
F.O.A.D. (Fuck Of and Die) (1986)
Label: Beer City Records
Format: LP (Vinyl)
Ripped: mp3 (160kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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Broken Bones is from England and were formed by guitarist Tony "Bones" Roberts in 1983 after he left Discharge. The original lineup was comprised of Tony's brother Tezz (also a former member of Discharge) on bass, Nobby as the vocalist and drummer Bazz. Their first single release was the January 1984 "Decapitated". The follow up single "Crucifix" was released in May of 1984.
More followed in F.O.A.D's footsteps. They took a more thrash metal approach on Losing Control. With this album original members Nobby, Baz and Tezz, left with bassist Oddy and vocalist Quiv filling the lineup. Two more were to follow with the 12 inch release "Religion is Responsible" and another album "Stitched Up". After these albums release, the band's touring and recording fell into remission.
In 1998 Broken Bones reformed. They released their first studio album in 8 years, "Without Conscience" in 2001 and in 2004, they released "Time For Anger, Not Justice". Both albums bring the band back to their roots as they play the brand of hardcore they're most well known for. They still gig and tour regularly to this day. They were the last band to play before 2006's ill-fated British Invasion concert in San Bernardino was shut down. It is said that they had a part in helping to provoke the riot, but no proof has surfaced to prove these claims.
1. F.O.A.D.
2. Kick Down the Doors
3. Teenage Kamikaze
4. Programme Control
5. S.O.T.O.
6. Missing Link
7. Best of Both Worlds
8. Never Say Die [Live]
9. Decapitated 1 + 2 [Live]
10. Problem [Live]
11. Secret Agent [Live]
12. Liquidated Brains [Live]
13. Gotta Get Outta Here [Live]
14. I.O.U. Nothing [Live]
15. Seeing Through My Eyes [Live]
16. Annihilation 3 [Live]
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/yc9xse

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Live in Japan (1993)
Label: Dojo Records
Format: CD
Ripped: mp3 (320kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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Absolutely amazing show from this legendary british punk band in Japan. Great quality and the band was very inspired on that night..essential!!
What Have We Got
Angels With Dirty Faces
You're A Better Man Than I
Tell The Children
Poor Cow
How The West Was Won
Caroline's Suitcase
Borstal Breakout
Vision And Power
If The Kids Are United
Hersham Boys
Rip And Tear
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y4uuo7

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Reason Why ? (1983)
Label: Cherry Red Records (UK)
Covers: Punk United
Format: CD
Ripped: mp3 (320kbps - HQ)
HHA Rating: 10
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Limited edition digipak reissue of the UK punk's fifth studio album, recorded in 1984. 22 tracks including live versions of 'Leave Me Alone', 'Liddle Towers' and 'White Riot'. 1992 release.
1. Woman in Disguise
2. Never Give Up
3. Waiting, Hating
4. Reason Why
5. Nobody Was Saved
6. Geordies Wife
7. Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
8. 42nd Street
9. Burglar
10. Solidarity
11. As the Passion
12. Young Punk
13. Where We Started
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/v3af5
La Ruta Del Che - No Callar (1998)
Label: Producciones B.K.T.
Format: CD
Ripped: mp3 (128kbps)
HHA Rating: 10
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1. Intro (0:22)
2. No Callar (3:35)
3. No Pasaran (4:07)
4. P.G.B (2:40)
5. Penadas Por la Ley (3:15)
6. Korsakov (2:56)
7. En Lo Triste Lloramos... (3:12)
8. Quien Cojones Soy (3:05)
9. Trasgutoma (3:30)
10. Karraskal (2:45)
11. Estuvo Bien Padre (3:40)
12. Pueblos III (7:08)
[download] >>>> http://tinyurl.com/y8yso2