Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The Generators - From Rust To Ruin 1997-2003 @VBR

The Generators have been at the forefront of the Los Angeles punk scene since 1997, and were recently mentioned by one of Americas leading news publications, the USA Today as one of Americas most under rated punk bands.  ​

1.Hanoi 68
4.Voices in The Night
5.City Of Angels
7.Won't Last Forever
8.Nothing to Lose
9.Last Man Standing
10.Get Generated
11.Just A Memory
12.No Feelings
13.I'm An Upstart
14.Matter Of Time

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The Generators (2001) Tyranny @VBR

The Generators have been at the forefront of the Los Angeles punk scene since 1997, and were recently mentioned by one of Americas leading news publications, the USA Today as one of Americas most under rated punk bands.  ​

1.Down in the City
3.Keep On Runnin'
5.Summer of Unrest
7.Dead at 16
9.Us Against  Them
10.All Night Long
11.Suburban Bitch
12.Coming Down

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River City High (1999) Richmond Motel @VBR

River City High is a garage punk rock band from Richmond, Virginia.

1.I Wish On Every Nickel
2.Can't Change The World
3.No One Cares
4.Anybody Anywhere

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The Generators (2001) State of The Nation @VBR

Another great work by this L.A. punkers...

1.Go Away
2.Operation Salvation
3.Tough As Nails
4.Fantastic Disaster
5.Here Comes The Plague
6.Voices IN His Head
7.Runnin' Riot
8.Handi 68

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River City High (2000) Forget Their Manners @VBR

River City High is a garage punk rock band from Richmond, Virginia. Like many Richmond punk bands, they incorporate other influences into their music, specifically classic rock. They formed out of the bands Fun Size and Inquisition, the latter also including members who would form Strike Anywhere and Ann Beretta.
They released their debut EP in 2000 on Big Wheel Recreation, and quickly signed to Doghouse Records thereafter. For the next three years the group toured the United States, playing over 200 shows a year.They signed a contract with MCA Records but the company folded in 2003 before they could release the material they had recorded for the label. Following some lineup changes, the group returned to Doghouse, and won the 2004 MTV Dew Circuit Breakout contest

1.Gone Sour
2.Us Vs. Them
3.Star Crossed
4.Skip The Seventh
5.Till' It Hurts

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The Generators (1998) Welcome To The End @VBR

The Generators have been at the forefront of the Los Angeles punk scene since 1997, and were recently mentioned by one of Americas leading news publications, the USA Today as one of Americas most under rated punk bands.  ​
When the punk scene in Los Angeles was being recognized across the globe vocalist Doug “Dagger” Kane was one of the young familiar faces in the picture. Frequenting all the early Punk clubs like The Vex, The Cathay De Grande, and Godzilla’s, a then 16 year old Dagger joined in on the action, and started singing for his first punk band Doug &The Slugz. In 1983 The Slugz were documented as one of America’s first OI! Street punk bands, and on any typical night they were opening up for other notorious punk acts like The Abandoned, Ill Repute, Mad Parade, and the Flower Leopards.

2.Yankee Boy
3.Plastic Roses
4.Real Reason
5.Voices In The Night
9.City Of Angels
10.Hangin' Around
11.Welcome to The End

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The Marked Men (2003) The Marked Men

The Marked Men was formed in Denton, Texas by members of the Reds. Following two releases on Rip Off Records, Reds bassist Chris Pulliam moved to Japan and the remaining members, Jeff Burke, Mark Throneberry and Mike Ryan, formed the Marked Men with bassist Joe Ayoub. The band has since released music through Mortville, Rip Off, Dirtnap and most recently signed with John Reis' label Swami Records.

1.We Won't Talk About It
2.What Can I Say
3.Not Too Late
4.Waste Of Space
5.Destroy Them
6.Not Just Another Girl
7.Hate Me Anyway
9.I Don't Want It
10.My Eyes Fall Me
11.That Kid
13.It's Wasted

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The Kent 3 (2001) Spells @VBR

Bellingham, WA, group the Kent 3 offer blast upon blast of frenetic, nervy pop-punk on Spells. The trio seems to draw equally on the garage frenzy of '60s Northwest predecessors such as the Sonics and late-'70s/early-'80s art punk. "Bellingham" is equal doses of muscular, quick-stop guitars and hoarse-throated fury, while "The Changeling," with its choppy, angular vocal line, lands midway between the artier side of '70s punk and early works by the Jam. On the sunny side of things, the amiable, rolling beach punk of "15 Days" recalls the Queers at their best, while the friendly, upbeat "Man in a Woman's Body" revels in '60s-style sugar pop (in this way calling to mind the Ramones and the aforementioned Queers). Perhaps the only misstep is the ominous and spooky (in a silly way) "The Pines." Many would-be punkers of the '90s and beyond seem ill-versed in punk history, not realizing how varied their chosen genre's terrain can be. Not so for this band, who has created a high-energy and diverse punk-scape with Spells. This record is both arse-kicking and a lot of fun. ~~ Erik Hage

2.The Palms
3.Bellingham High
4.The Changelling
5.Ball Of Fire
6.Feed The Flame
8.Man In A Woman's Body
9.Highway Robbery
11.15 Days
12.The Pines

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The GC5 (2003) Kisses From Hanoi & Horseshoes And Handgrenades @VBR

The GC5 (Grady Coffee Five) was a punk rock band from Cleveland, Ohio, formed in 1997 and who split in 2003. The GC5 provided a political charge to their music comparable to that of The Clash and Stiff Little Fingers. Lyrics included themes of social and political discontent, leftist politics, and the struggle of the working class. In 2000, The GC5 released their debut album Kisses From Hanoi, and in 2001, the band released the EP Horseshoes and Handgrenades. In 2002, the band released the album Never Bet the Devil Your Head. While most definitely presenting the sound of the streetpunk genre, the album was noted for not relying on the street fighting, hard-drinking themes that overruns many of the genre's songs. In 2003, Thick Records re-released their two albums Kisses From Hanoi (which was out of print) and Horseshoes and Handgrenades (which was originally only available as an import) on one CD. It was the final release from the band. After splitting up Doug and Dave formed Motel Blonde together with Ryan Foltz, who just left the Dropkick Murphys. Motel Blonde didn't last long and broke up in March 2004. Doug then joined Rosavelt on the bass guitar, and formed Doug McKean & The Stuntmen a year later. Dave is now playing with The Magpies.

1.Nothing But These Songs
2.White Flag
3.Borrowed Time
6.In The End
8.Bars To Me
9.No Magic
10.Between Aspirations
11.Enjoy The New
12.One For Eugene
13.Not The Only One
14.City Lights
15.Culture Wars
16.Sheep In Wolf's Clothing
17.The Bottom Line
18.Strings Attached
19.Bastards Of Young

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The Adicts (2002) Fifth Overture @VBR

Legendary Punk band from the UK that formed in late 1975...

1.Na Na Na
2.I'm Yours
3.Too Much of a Good Thing
4.Sure Looks Pretty
5.Don't Let Go
6.Put Yourself In My Hands
7.She's A Rocker
8.Beauty Sleep
10.Two Timing Me
12.Coming Home
13.Champ Elysees
14.Sound Of Music
15.Who Split My Beer

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Redd Kross (1982) Born Innocent @VBR

Redd Kross have always been too good, too perfect, too true, to believe. Mythic. Could this tuneful hardcore punk EP really be the work of a brother band with the 15-year-old on vocals and guitar and the 11-year-old on bass? Did Redd Kross really open for Black Flag? Could Jeff and Steve really have been born and raised in the Beach Boys’ hometown of Hawthorne, California, and did Jeff really see the Beatles live in 1966? Did one of them, dressed in Gene Simmons makeup, really kill a Bruce Springsteen impersonator onstage? Is that really their hair? Could Researching the Blues, their first studio album in 15 years, be not just the hottest thing since Cher went solo but the best start-to-finish Redd Kross record ever?

1.Linda Blair
2.White Trash
3.Everyday There's Something New
4.Solid Gold
7.Tatum O'Tot And The Fried Vegetables
8.St Lita Ford Blues
9.Self Respect
11.Kill Someone You Hate
12.Look On Up At The Bottom
13.Cellulite City
14.I'm Alright
15.Cease to Exist
16.Notes And Chords Mean Nothing To Me

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the Peawees (1998) This is Rock'n'Roll @VBR

Punkrock band from Italy. 
The story of the Peawees begins in La Spezia, back in 1995, when Hervé Peroncini, Riccardo La Lomia and Livio Montarese - following previous experiences in two other bands: Manges, The and Nukes - join forces and release the LP "Where People Smile" (Panic Records/Helter Skelter) in the same year, a debut album clearly based in punk rock, but with strong pop influences.

2.Bad Moon
3.We Can Shout
4.Another Way
5.Larry's Dream
6.Burning Love
8.She's My Sun
9.My First Problem
10.I Hate My Days
12.This is Rock'n' Roll

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Instant Agony (1998) Parasite @VBR

British punk band...not so much info about this band.. This single was recorded at Parr Street, Liverpool, UK. Taken from the forthcoming album "Death Of A Century".

2.Death Or Glory

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Nekromantix (2002) Return Of The Loving Dead @VBR

The Nekromantix are a Danish-American psychobilly band formed in 1989 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Their music is generally structured around monster and horror themes. A central icon of the band's image is founder and frontman Kim Nekroman's "coffinbass", a custom-built double bass with a body in the shape of a coffin and a headstock the shape of a cross. Nekroman has been the sole constant member of the band, the rest of the current lineup consisting of guitarist Franc and drummer Lux.
The Nekromantix released five albums on various European record labels during their first decade, then crossed over to American audiences in the early 2000s by signing to Los Angeles-based Hellcat Records, through which they have released three albums since 2002. Their eighth studio album, What Happens in Hell, Stays in Hell, was released in August 2011.

1.Nice Day For A Ressurection
2.Who Killed The Cheerleader
4.Subcultural Girl
5.Gargoyles Over Copenhagen
6.Trick Or Treat
7.Murder for Breakfast
8.RubberMonks And Leather Nuts
9.Generation 666
10.Return Of the Loving Dead
11.I'm A Hellcat
12.Haunted Cathouse

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Monster Trux (2002) Grind @VBR

Chicago based skate-punk band from US... amazing stuff!! Monster Trux's debut Grind is so retro that it's downright refreshing: in an age of cookie-cutter mall-punk bands like Sum 41 and blink-182, Monster Trux are pure '80s style skate punk along the lines of the early Gang Green or NOFX, with just a little of the pop culture brattiness of Born Innocent-era Redd Kross thrown in. Silly but not juvenile (the jokes are mostly along the lines of "Pool Shark," a goofy instrumental raveup based on the theme from Jaws) and filled with capable two-minute blasts of ramalama -- the opening "Svengoolie" and the blistering "Bones Brigade" resemble the Queers and early Clash, respectively -- that marry melody and attitude in equal parts, Grind is a solid first effort. Most encouragingly, Monster Trux understand the value of brevity; even with the endlessly extended, metal-tinged closer "Monster Show" appended, the whole album is over in a brisk half-hour. ~ Stewart Mason

2.Frankie Goes To Olliewood
3.Speed Wheels
4.Future Primitive
5.Pool Shark
6.Shut Up and Skate
8.Bones Brigade
9.Monster Show

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LINK 80 (1999) The Struggle Continues @VBR

Link 80 was a punk rock/ska punk band from the San Francisco's East Bay. Link 80 started in the summer 1993 in the East Bay of California. In the beginning, original members (guitarist Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, drummer Joey Bustos, bassist Adam Pereira and singer Jeff Acree) played around town as Drano, The Rag-Tags, and Mr. Slave-Unit, before settling on Link 80.

2.Evil Twin
3.Right Hook
5.NOthing New
6.Resist In G Minor
7.Step Up
8.Face Down
9.My Girl
10.Past Tense
11.Time For Change
12.Tengo Nada
13.Peril After Peril

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Leftöver Crack (2001) Mediocre Generica

Leftöver Crack is an American punk rock band formed in 1998, following the breakup of Choking Victim. The band is currently signed to Fat Wreck Chords for CD releases, and Alternative Tentacles for vinyl releases. The band consists of Scott Sturgeon (vocals), Brad Logan (guitar), Alec Baillie (bass guitar), Leftöver Crack spans several different music genres including hardcore punk, ska, and crust punk. They write mostly political lyrics of a radical leftist nature, opposing religion, capitalism, and authority. Members of Leftöver Crack reside in the C-Squat on 155 Avenue C in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City. Natives of New York City, band members have a well-documented history of back-and-forth conflict with the NYPD which precedes the band's formation.[1] The name "Leftöver Crack" is explained by Stza as being "an oxymoron", based on the idea that crack cocaine addicts are known for vigorous use, and are unlikely to have any "leftover" crack.

1.Homeo Apathy
2.Nazi White Trash
3.Atheist Anthem
4.The Good The Bad and The Leftover Crack
5.Gay Rude Boys Unite
8.Stop The Insanity
9.Crack City Rockers
10.Burning In Water
11.With The Sickness
12.Born to Die
13.Gay Rude Boys Unite Instrumental Version

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Monday, November 18, 2013

-GUTTERMOUTH- ('99) Gorgeous

Guttermouth is a Huntington Beach, California punk rock band. They were formed in 1988 in California when Mark Adkins left La Habra punk band Republic to join Eric "derek" Davis's band Critical Noise. Critical Noise drummer Tim Baulch came up with the name Guttermouth for the newly merged members. After one year, Adkins and Davis relocated the band from La Habra California to Huntington Beach California where new members Clint Weinrich, James T. Nunn, & Scott Sheldon joined Guttermouth. A feew years after their inception, Guttermouth signed a recording contract with Offspring lead singer Bryan Dexter Holland's Nitro Records, and began issuing albums at a breakneck pace, including 1996's Teri Yakimoto, 1997's Musical Monkey, and 1999's Gorgeous, the latter featuring new drummer Ty Smith. By the dawn of the new millennium, Guttermouth had switched to Epitaph Records in 2000, and issued further releases such as 2001's Covered With Ants, 2002's Gusto! and 2004's Eat Your Face.

1.Hit Machine
2.Encyclopedia Brown
3.Con Especial
4.Viva America
5.Diamond Studded Bumble Bee
6.A Date With Destiny
7.The Dreaded Sea Lice Have Come Abroad
8.A Nice Place to Visit
9.Food Storage
10.I Have a Dream
12.High Balls
13.Power Up (Intro)

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Another good work from Frank Black...

1.Bad Harmony
2.I Switched You
3.Western Star
4.Tiny Heart
5.You're Such A Wire
6.I Love Your Brain
7.Smoke Up
8.Billy Radcliffe
9.So Hard to Make Things Out
10.Eighty Five Weeks
11.I Think I'm Starting To Lose It
12.I Want Rock'n' Roll
13.Skeleton Man
14.So Bay

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-HEFNER- ('98) Pull Yourself Together

Hefner were a British indie rock and "urban folk" band formed in east London in 1995. They were active from about 1996 until 2002; since then they have played together only once, for a tribute to the DJ John Peel, who was a strong supporter of theirs.

1.Pull Yourself Together
3.Smoking Girlfriend
4.Wicker Girl

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-KOUFAX- ('99) Koufax (EP)

Koufax are an indie rock band whose members are from mainly Toledo, Ohio. The band's self-titled debut EP was released in 1999 on independent label Doghouse Records, and got them noticed by The Get Up Kids, who signed them to their label, Vagrant Records subsidiary Heroes and Villains. After two records on Vagrant, Koufax re-signed with Doghouse and released a third LP, Hard Times are in Fashion, in 2005. The band's 4th album "Strugglers" was released September 28, 2008 via Doghouse.

1.A Soundwave Sound
2.Living Alone
3.Going To Happen
4.So Long To You And I

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

-G.B.H.- ('02) HA HA

Charged GBH, commonly known as GBH, are an English street punk band, formed in 1978 by vocalist Colin Abrahall, guitarist Colin "Jock" Blyth, bassist Sean McCarthy and Drummer Andy "Wilf" Williams. GBH were early pioneers of English street punk, often nicknamed "UK82", along with Discharge, Broken Bones, The Exploited and The Varukers. They have gone on to influence several punk rock musicians. The name GBH was inspired by then-bassist Sean McCarthy's trial for grievous bodily harm.

1.Ha Ha
2.Falling Down
3.Crush 'Em
4.I Want to Believe
5.Song For Cathy
6.Sado Methodist
7.The Unexpected
9.The Power Of One
10.Dustbin Rock'n' Roll
11.The Desire Of Poverty
12.Superhighway Robbery
13.Fyin' High
14.Zeal Of A Convert
16.Discover The Treatment
17.Punk Rock Ambulance

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-FRANK BLACK - ('00) Oddballs

Originally released in 2000 as a tour album, Frank Black's odds and ends compilation, Odd Balls, was reissued in 2013 on Black's own label, The Bureau. Previously only available physically at shows, this re-release helps make the ironically rare rarities collection more accessible, giving fans a chance to dig into this collection of b-Dides and outtakes from the Pixies frontman's solo output.~~ by Gregory Heaney

1.Pray A Little Faster
3.Village Of The Sun
4.Baby That's Art
5.At The End Of The World
6.Can I Get A Witness
8.Hate Me
9.Remake Remodel
10.Everybody Got The Beat
11.Jumping Beans
12.Just A Little
13.You Never Heard About Me
14.Man Of Steel

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-FRANK BLACK & THE CATHOLICS- ('98) Frank Black & The Catholics

Inverting his stage name from Black Francis to Frank Black, the former Pixies lead singer/songwriter embarked on a solo career after he broke up the band in early 1993; actually, he began recording his solo album before he told the band the news. Working with former Pere Ubu member Eric Drew Feldman, Black occasionally heads into the ferocious post-punk guitar territory that marked such landmark albums as Surfer Rosa and Doolittle, but more frequently he plays up his considerably underrated melodic side. His self-titled 1993 debut album was an adventurous sketchbook of pop styles ranging from surf rock to heavy metal; from Beatlesque pop to new wave. 

1.All My Ghosts
2.Back To Rome
3.Do You Feel Bad About It
4.Dog Gone
5.I Gotta Move
6.I Need Peace
7.King And Queen Of Siam
8.Six Sixty Six
9.Solid Gold
10.Steak 'n' Sabre
12.The Man Who Was Too Loud

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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

-CLOSET MONSTER- ('02) Killed The Radio Star

Closet Monster was a Canadian punk rock band from Ajax, Ontario. Closet Monster was formed at Pickering High School in 1997. The most recent lineup played their final show on December 8, 2005 at the Phoenix in Toronto with Underground Operations label mates Dead Letter Dept, Bombs Over Providence, Hostage Life and Protest The Hero. The band has achieved much publicity from touring Canada, the USA and Europe, playing dates on the Warped Tour, and starting a very successful Canadian record label, Underground Operations. Closet Monster have shared the stage with the likes of Billy Talent, Rise Against, Alexisonfire, Propagandhi, Hot Water Music, SNFU, Madball, Atom And His Package, Suicidal Tendencies, KNUT, Dead Kennedys, Silverstein, 25tolife, The Suicide Machines, Buck-O-Nine, The Casualties, Choke, Mad Caddies, Atreyu, Ten Foot Pole, Moneen, Protest the Hero, The Movielife, Social Distortion, Bad Religion Warped Tour 2004 & 2005 and many other bands. Their lyrics have an anarchist theme. The band reunited in 2009 for one show at Wakestock Festival.

1.Battle Cry For A Better World
2.Corporate Media Death Squad
3.The Great Mall Explosion
4.Sexism Is Real, Wrestling Is Not
5.Mr. Holland Vs. Acceptable Behavior
6.Romanticism And The Fat Man
7.Yes, This is A Guilt Trip
8.The Anti-Racism Sing Along
9.Smells Like Revolutionary Spirit
11.Melody's Song
12.Plummet Of The Americas

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-CADILLAC BLINDSIDE- ('00) Read The Book Seen The Movie

Cadillac Blindside was an post-hardcore band from Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

1.At Wit's End
2.Did You Get All That
3.Nothing Like The Real Thing
4.A Touch Of Nostalgia
5.This One's On Me
6.Just Pull The Trigger
7.Milemaker 92
8....And Then We Dance
9.The Bottom Line
10.Tonight's Starting Lineup
11.Fashion Before Function
12.My Heart Pisses Blood For You

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-COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS- ('95) Gambling Days Are Over

Compulsive Gamblers were a garage-rock group formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1990 by Greg Cartwright and Jack Yarber, both future members of the Oblivians. Gambling Days are Over is the debut album by the Compulsive Gamblers. It was released in 1995 by Sympathy for the Record Industry. The album, with the exception of the last three songs, was recorded on an 8-track recorder in vocalist Jack Oblivian's apartment. The album was released after the band had already broken up, and was essentially a collection of the groups three 7-inch releases, "Church Goin'," "Joker," and Goodtime Gamblers." During the recording of the album the Compulsive Gamblers lineup consisted of Jack Oblivian and Greg Oblivian on guitar and vocals, Bushrod Thomas on drums, Fields Trimble on bass, and Greg Easterly on violin. The first three songs on the album are cover songs reflecting the band's diverse influences; the album contains covers by The Tornados, the Bar-Kays, and Tom Waits. The song "Sour and Vicious Man" was covered by Jay Reatard of the Reatards on their third album, "Not Fucked Enough."

2.Bad Taste
3.Way Down In The Hole
4.Dead Waltz
5.Sour And Vicious Man
6.Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right
7.Walking The Balustrade
8.Scaring Myself
9.Capone's Finest
10.Name A Drink After You
11.Quit This Town
12.They Call Me Names
13.Phoney Lesbians
14.Gamblin Days Are Over
15.I See You Everywhere
16.Handful Of Burning Sand
17.Devil In My Back Pocket
18.Feel Good Music
19.Good Time
20.Mind In The Gutter

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-FORGOTTEN REBELS- ('94) Criminal Zero

The Forgotten Rebels are a punk rock band from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. With roots dating back to 1977 to the present day, the Forgotten Rebels have left a discography of seven albums and a collection of EPs and singles.
In 1979, Chris Houston (aka Pogo Agogo) joined the band and played bass on the 1980 release In Love With the System. Houston left the band just over a year later citing "creative differences" and time constraints as he pursued post secondary education.

1.Criminal Zero
2.The Hammer
3.Buried Alive
7.Karaoke Nite in Atttica
8.Do It To You
9.Hard Knox
11.Next Big Thrill
13.New Flag
14.Shit For Brains

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-EDDIE AND THE HOT RODS- (93) The End Of The Beginning

Eddie and the Hot Rods are a pub rock band from Essex founded in 1975. They are best known for their 1977 UK top ten hit "Do Anything You Wanna Do", released under the name The Rods. They originally split up in 1981, but have reformed several times since, with singer Barrie Masters the only constant member. The band was formed in Southend on Sea during 1975 by guitarist Dave Higgs (who had previously played in The Fix with Lee Brilleaux), with drummer Steve Nicol, bassist Rob Steel, and singer Barrie Masters.
Before rising to semi-stardom in 1977, the Hot Rods underwent several changes in personnel: One of the first members to leave the band was Eddie himself, a dummy that featured prominently in the Hot Rods' early gigs and was discarded as the joke had worn thin. Otherwise, the band consisted of Barrie Masters on vocals, Pete Wall and Dave Higgs on guitar, Rob Steel on bass and Steve Nicol on drums. Ed Hollis (brother of Talk Talk's Mark Hollis) became their manager.
In May 1975, after building a live reputation, they secured a Saturday-night residency at The Kensington in London. This was followed in October by a joint residency with The 101ers at The Nashville, playing alternate headline sets. In November, after positive press reviews of their live shows, they were signed  by Island Records.

1.Do Anything You Wanna Do
2.Quit This Town
3.Telephone Girl!
4.Teenage Depression
5.The Kids Are Alright
6.Get Out Of Denver
7.Till' The Night is Gone
8.Schoolgirl Love
9.Hard Drivin' Man
10.On the Run
11.The Power and The Glory
12.Ignore Them
13.Life on the Line
15.Take it or Leave It
17.We Sing the Cross
18.The Beginning of the End
20.(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

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-EVEN AND BLACKOUTS- ('03) Myths And Imaginary Magicians

Even in Blackouts, known occasionally by the acronym EiB, were an acoustic pop-punk band from Chicago, Illinois. The band was formed in 2002 by veteran pop-punk guitarist John 'Jughead' Pierson following the demise of the pop-punk band Screeching Weasel, for which Pierson had performed since 1986. The core of the band is formed by lead vocalist Liz Eldredge and Pierson, although a number of additional musicians have performed with the band. Even in Blackouts have been lauded by critics and fans alike for their musicianship and sense of innovation in bringing pop-punk to a new format. The energy and intimacy of Even in Blackout's live performances have attracted particular acclaim.

1.Missing Manifesto
2.If Leaving Were To Be So Easy
3.27 Seconds of Flame
4.Hey Suburbia
5.Class of 84
6.Subject to Blackout
8.For Pete's Sake is It the Beauty That Remains
9.Love Cynical Style
10.Only You
11.Summer Brings Life Closer Only in a Thought
12.Summer Comes

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-FORGOTTEN REBELS- ('86) The Pride and Disgrace

The Forgotten Rebels are a punk rock band from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. With roots dating back to 1977 to the present day, the Forgotten Rebels have left a discography of seven albums and a collection of EPs and singles.

2.Sadie, Said
3.Graveyard Rock
5.Little Girl in The Snow
6.Hiding In Your Room
7.I Am King
8.Bomb Russia Now
9.Pictures Of Matchstick Men
10.Live Strippers In Action
11.In Love With Your Underwear
12.Surfin' On Heroin
14.Bomb Russia Now (Alternate Version)

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Monday, November 11, 2013

-ANGELIC UPSTARTS- ('80) We Gotta Get Out Of This Place

Angelic Upstarts are an English punk rock/Oi! band formed in South Shields in 1977. The band espoused an anti-fascist and socialist working class philosophy, and have been associated with the skinhead subculture. More than two decades after its release, their debut single, "The Murder Of Liddle Towers", was included in Mojo magazine’s list of the best punk rock singles of all time.

1.We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
2.Unsung Heroes Part II

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-BLANKS 77- ('99) C.B.H.

Blanks 77 is an American street punk band active from 1990–2001, and again from 2004 onward. Originally based in Hillside, New Jersey, they have since relocated to Denville.
The band has maintained a prolific career, having released three albums and numerous EPs, appeared on numerous compilations, toured Europe twice, the U.S. countless times, and shared the stage with other well-known punk acts such as The Misfits, Rancid, Dwarves, The Business, Bad Brains, The Bouncing Souls, One Way System, Anti-Nowhere League, Anti-Heros, Dropkick Murphys, GBH, the Criminals, UK Subs, and Total Chaos.

1.Long Paper
2.Radio Hits
3.Off The Wagon
4.We are the Punks
5.Time's Up
6.Little Girl Blue
7.Car 24
8.I'll Be First
9.Girl Can't Rock Roll
10.No Big Deal
11.Ghetto Blasta
12.Johnny Cool
13.Forgotten Son
15.Just Another
16.New Orleans
18.If You Were A Beer

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-ANTISEEN- ('88) Honour Among Thieves

The bad boys from North Carolina known as Antiseen have been very busy as of late, archiving all of their old-school releases and putting them out to today's hapless and unsuspecting music scene. 1988's HONOUR AMONG THIEVES is one of these works, and it truly captures the essence of a band that doesn't bother with finesse-and this is them at their most raw. Given today's tepid musical climate (and by reading the graphically detailed first-hand accounts in the liner notes), Antiseen was by far 100 times more volatile than Eminem and Marilyn Manson combined. Chaotic spurts of Joe Young's guitar work and Jeff Clayton's out-of-control vocal rants highlight the 20 tracks which comprise this collection, but it's the collective attitude of Antiseen that always pervades, a spirit that encompasses anxiety, rebellion, and everything rock 'n' roll should stand for.

1.Intro Boom Boom Bamalam
2.I Don't Ask You For Nothing
4.Absent Minded
5.OD Speaks
6.Meat Market
7.Queen City Stomp
8.Lil' Sister
9.Drug Thru Thu Mud
10.Tortured Soul
11.Colorado Oa
12.Hammer Head
15.Face Full of Teeth
16.Destructo Rock
17.Thank the Hell Out of You
19.Lil' Sister
20.You Can't Touch Me There

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Sunday, November 10, 2013

-ANTISEEN- ('93) Eat More Possum

I’m currently foaming from the mouth. While typing I’m trying not to drip on my keyboard and hope I can manage to do so… Another Anitseen record really got my drooling and in total ecstasy. This is the third vault that gets opened and what a sweet fuckin’ record once again! Great coverartwork and once again a nice rock’n’rollstory is in the booklet, which is always a nice read. I can’t wait till number 4 hits my doorstep so TKO-people! If you read this; just don’t be shy and fill my mailbox with more records. I want it… NO! I fuckin’ NEED IT!!!

1.Intro The Cosmic Commander Of Wrestling
2.Today Your Love
4.I've Aged 20 Years In 5
5.Cactus Jack
8.Glad I Am The Way I Am
9.The Dean Of Sods Speaks
10.Jack Starr
11.Destroy Them All
12.Shittin' In High Condition
13.Star Whore
14.Break It Off
15.Jack B. Gets Framed
16.Trapped In Dixie
17.Fuck All Y'all
18.Jack Starr #2

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-ANTISEEN- ('91) Southern Hosility

World's scummiest band. Dirty and Pissed would be a very fitting description of their attitude. This release has a very raw metal punk sound. 14 tracks with some titles like Leeches and Losers, My God can Beat Up Your God, Kicked in the Head, Slice You Open , and more TOTALLY NON-EMO songs. Lyrically you can be sure that the following words have been used in AT LEAST one song ever recorded by AntiSeen: Blood, Bastard, Stupid, Loser, B*tch, motherfucker, toilet, kill, stab, drunk, whisky, beer, damn, shoot, whore, mother, up your ass, etc.. Fans of GG Allin and the Mentors will love this band. Living next door to this band would be a world's worst nightmare. Living next door to someone who listened to this band daily would be the 2nd world's worst nightmare. Is this their best? Gasp! you mean I have to listen to all of their other releases and compare? No thanks. 

1.Death Train Comin'
2.Leeches And Losers
3.Evil Rock'n' Roll
4.My God Can Beat Up Your God
5.Kick In The Head
6.Kill The Business
7.Last Days On Earth
8.Old Man, Hit The Road
9.Small Town Schizo
10.Watch The Bastard Fry
11.Slice You Open
12.Hate For Power
13.Ivory Towers
14.Self Destruction

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-BLANKS 77- ('96) Killer Blanks

It all started back in 1990. Mike and Chad had been friends with eachother since they were in high school. The two of them came up with the idea to start a band. Renee had posted an ad in a local paper saying that she was starting a band too. 
She already had a singer, but Mike still urged Chad to go and talk with her. Chad later found out that the singer Renee had no longer wanted to be in the band. So the same day the two met, Chad and Renee drove to talk to Mike. Mike was then in the band. Renee got a friend named Brendan to play bass for them. The four of them weren't good at thinking of names. They came up with the Blanks because their minds were blank. After the Blanks got a review in a magazine, another band notified them to tell them that the Blanks is already taken as a name. '77, which stood for 1977, the year most punk rock bands started, was added onto the name making Blanks '77.
   The line-up stayed the same until 1992 when Brendan left. He was replaced by Geoff, who left two months later to join A.F.I. Blanks 77 had four shows booked and no bassist. They found Timm from Broken Heroes and he joined. Timm was ready to play the shows after rehearsing once with the rest of the band. Timm stayed with them for the rest of their time as a band.
Blanks 77 signed on with Nasty Vinyl and released their first full length album, Killer Blanks in Germany. The band then signed onto Radical Records and re-released Killer Blanks in 1996. This time four more tracks were added on.
   In 1997, Blanks 77 came out with their second album entitled Tanked and Pogoed. Chad left the band in late '97 and was replaced by Paul from the Unseen, who played with them until C.B.H. came out.
   1999 was the release of their newest album C.B.H. They also found another new drummer, Kid Blanks. He plays with Renee in her new band, Dean Dean and the Sex Machines.
   Blanks 77 have appeared on tons of compilation cds, cover albums, and videos. Another thing on their list of accomplishments is touring Europe twice and the U.S. so many times that every bar tender knows who they are. Blanks 77 have shared the stage numerous times with bands like: The Misfits, Rancid, The Dwarves, The Business, Bad Brains, The Bouncing Souls, One Way System, Anti-Nowhere Leaugue, Anti-Heroes, Dropkick Murphys, and tons of bands they were too drunk to remember.
   Blanks 77 are known for their crazy live shows coast to coast and all over the world. Any mohawked aficionado of punk knows who Blanks 77 is. Blanks 77 on tour was a crazy force that could only be stopped by: 1.Them being kicked out of every club in the U.S., 2.Their tour van breaking down, 3.Their livers giving out.

1.Party Train
2.Chelsea Girls
3.Punks and Skins
4.Search And Destroy
5.Get Out Alive
6.Jehovahs Witness
7.Next Generation
8.Final Solution
10.She's Gone
11.Let's Riot
12.Police Attack
13.We're The Ones
14.Spirit Of 77
17.We Don't Need You
18.Just Another Number
20.Do or Die
21.Are We Having Fun yet

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Give Up the Ghost (American Nightmare) was formed when Tim Cossar and Wesley Eisold (who was then a roadie for Ten Yard Fight) met up with Azy Relph and Jesse Van Diest in 1998. They recorded a demo tape in 1999, followed by their debut release, a self-titled 7", on Bridge 9 Records under their original name American Nightmare in 2000. After extensive touring and line-up changes, the band recorded their second release 7", The Sun Isn't Getting Any Brighter. This was later combined with their self-titled effort to form Year One, which was released posthumously.
Their debut full-length, Background Music, was recorded for Equal Vision Records in 2001 and was released to much acclaim. In 2003, the band faced a legal battle with a similarly named band from Philadelphia. The band then changed their name briefly to the initials "A.N." then to American Nothing for a brief period. After the other American Nightmare threatened to press charges again, they changed their name to Give Up the Ghost (which was intended to be the name of their second album).[1] Their second full length, We're Down Til We're Underground released on Equal Vision Records, displayed the band experimenting with their sound, with longer songs that didn't follow the typical hardcore songwriting formula they had adhered to in their previous releases.
Some fans of the band have been known to refer to them by their original name.

1.Protest Song 00
2.Sore Throat Syndrome
3.Fuck What Fireworks Stand For
4.The Ice Age Is Coming
5.Please Die
6.The Day the Music Died
8.There's A Black Hole in the Shadow Of the Pru
9.I've Shared Your Lips So Now They Sicken Me
11.Dead And Gone
12.It's The Limit

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-ALLIGATOR GUN- ('99) Over And Out

Pop punk band from Milwaukee...

5.Rockford Alistar

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-ABRASIVE WHEELS- ('84) Black Leather Girl

Abrasive Wheels were a punk rock band of the late 1970s - early 1980s. They hailed from Leeds, England and were seldom out of the Independent charts between 1980 and 1984 when the band split. The band were Shonna Rzonca - vocals, Dave Ryan - guitar, Harry Harrison - bass, Nev Nevison - drums. In 2002 the singer Rzonca reformed the band with new members.

1.Maybe Tomorrow
3.Sea Of Madness
4.Law Of The Jungle
5.The Prisoner
6.Drummer Boy
7.Jailhouse Rock
8.Strain Of Love
9.Searching For The Truth
10.Black Leather Girl
12.Devil On My Shoulder

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-27 DEVIL'S JOKING- Spreading The Love Vibration

Great garage punk rock band from US...

1.Spreading The Love Vibration
2.Ici Git Mon Couer (Here Lies My Heart)
3.Fuck Pig Revolution (Hey Donita)
5.And We Dream
6.Yer Gonna Burn
7.Sick Fuck
8.Paintings Of Loves Positivity Non Commercially Speaking
9.Get Yer Kicks On Route 666
10.I Am Her Hero, She Is My Heroin
13.From Here To There Isn't Far Enough

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Thursday, November 07, 2013

-NICK 13- (2011) Nick 13

Nick 13 (born 1975) is the stage name used by Kearny Nick Jones, the lead guitarist, vocalist, and main songwriter of psychobilly band Tiger Army as well as a solo artist in the Americana/Country genre. Psychobilly is a fusion genre of rock music that mixes elements of punk rock, rockabilly, and other genres.

1.Nashville Winter
2.Carry My Body Down
4.All Alone
5.Restless Moon
6.In The Orchard 2011
8.Cupid's Victim 2011
9.Nighttime Sky
10.Gambler's Life

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-GENERATION X- Live at the Paris Theatre, '78 & '81

Generation X managed to squeeze out one final album, 1981's Kiss Me Deadly (which contained the original version of a song that Idol would later cover as a solo artist and score a massive hit with, "Dancing With Myself"), before splitting up.
After the group's breakup, James later turned up as a member of '80s glam-punkers Sigue Sigue Sputnik, while Idol relocated to New York and embarked on his aforementioned solo career. As Idol's solo success created interest in his first band, numerous Generation X best-of and rarity collections began to crop up, including 1985's Perfect Hits: 1975-1981, 1998's Sweet Revenge, and 2000's Original Debut, the latter of which was a reissue of the U.K. version of Generation X's self-titled debut. ~~ by Greg Prato

1.Your Generation
2.From The Heart
3.Shakin' All Over
4.Kiss Me Deadly
5.King Rocker
7.The Invisible Man
8.One Hundred Punks
9.Youth Youth Youth
10.Heaven's Inside
12.Andy Warhol
14.Rock On
15.Ready Steady Go
16.King Rocker

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-EXCEL- Seeking Refuge

Excel is a punk/metal fusion band from Venice, California founded in 1983 by singer Dan Clements and guitarist Adam Siegel. They were influenced by famous 70's punk rock musicians like The Police and The Sex Pistols, and heavy metal bands like Black Sabbath, Trouble, Slayer, Corrosion of Conformity and Cryptic Slaughter. They were also influenced by street art, Excel is known for painting graffiti on the streets of the cities where they make their tours, therefore there are many different logos of the band.

2.Hair Like Christ
3.Plastic Cracks
4.Take Your Part Gotta Encourage
5.Drowned Out
6.United Naturally In True Youth

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-THE MIGHTY GORDINIS- The Future Looks Like Yesterday

Another great Garage Surg Hot Rod Rock'n' Roll band from Belgium...

1.Heavy Soul X-Plosion
2.Rock'n' Roll Congregation
3.Out Of Luck
4.Don'tcha Love T.Rex
5.Savage Fuzz
6.Five Eyed Monster
7.Hole In My Head
8.Babylon Dolls
9.Man You Need
10.Hallucination Mash
11.Hollywood Girl
12.Don't Treat Me Like A Dog

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-THE VAPORS- ('81) Magnets

The Vapors were a New Wave and power pop band from England that existed between 1979 and 1982. They had a hit with the song "Turning Japanese" in 1980, which reached No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart, and No. 36 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.

1.Jimmie Jones
3.Isolated Case
4.Civic Hall
5.Live At The Marquee
6.Daylight Titans
7.Johnny's In Love (Again)
8.Can't Talk Anymore
10.Silver Machines

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-TOM ROBINSON BAND- Up Against The Wall (7-inches)

Tom Robinson Band (TRB) were a British rock band, established in 1976 by singer, songwriter and bassist Tom Robinson. Their third single, "Up Against the Wall", is now acknowledged as a classic punk rock single and their debut album, Power in the Darkness (1978), is still widely admired.
Tom Robinson began gigging in London in 1976. By the end of the year, he had decided to put together a permanent band. Robinson's old friend, guitarist Danny Kustow, was the first in the permanent lineup. They ran small ads in the music papers looking for a bass player and drummer. Robinson found drummer Brian "Dolphin" Taylor. The search for a bass player continued, until Mark Ambler auditioned. Some days later, Ambler mentioned he also played keyboards; he had spent many years studying piano with veteran jazz musician, Stan Tracey. After listening to Ambler playing his Hammond organ Robinson realised he would have to be the bass player himself.

1.Up Against The Wall
2.I'm Alright Jack

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-GENERATION X- ('02) Valley of the Dolls

Although not as well as known as some of their peers (the Clash, the Sex Pistols, the Damned, etc.), first wave U.K. punk rockers Generation X burst onto the scene at the same time as the others. And while they enjoyed some moderate success in their homeland, Generation X would become better-known as the launching pad for their singer, Billy Idol, who would go on to achieve great commercial success come the '80s. Originally formed in 1976, Generation X (which was named after a book that focused on battles between the Mods and the Rockers during the '60s) was comprised of guitarist Bob Andrews, bassist Tony James, drummer Mark Laff, and fronted by Idol. The group was eventually signed up by Chrysalis Records, resulting in a self-titled debut album in 1978 (the U.S. and U.K. versions contained different track listings), as Generation X became one of the first punk bands to appear on the popular British TV music program Top of the Pops.
Unlike other punk bands, Generation X wasn't afraid to turn a blind eye to the supposed "accepted" ideals by punk rockers as they covered a John Lennon song on their debut ("Gimme Some Truth") and even hooked up with veteran rocker Ian Hunter to handle the production chores for their sophomore effort, 1979's Valley of the Dolls. Perhaps as a result, however, the group's musical direction became cloudy (some wanting the group to remain true to their punk roots, while others feeling that they should pursue a heavier rock sound) and bandmembers began to leave one by one, until Idol and James were the only remaining original members.
~~ by Greg Prato

1.Running With The Boss Sound
2.Night Of The Cadillacs
3.Paradise West
4.Friday's Angels
5.King Rocker
6.Valley of the Dolls
7.English Dream
8.Love Like Fire
9.The Prime Of Kenny Silvers (Pt.1 & 2)
10.Gimme Some Truth (B-Side of King Rocker)
11.Shaking All Over (B-Side of Valley of The Dolls)

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-SUBHUMANS- Death Was Too Kind

The Subhumans are a punk band formed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1978.Known by pejorative, punk rock nicknames, original members were known simply as "Useless" (Gerry Hannah), "Dimwit" (Ken Montgomery), "Wimpy" (Brian Roy Goble) and "Normal" (Mike Graham).

1.Death To The Sickoids
2.Oh Canaduh
3.Death Was Too Kind
4.Fuck You
5.Inquisition Day
6.slave To My Dick
7.Firing Squad
8.No Productivity
9.Look At The Dawn
10.Pissed Off...With Good Reason

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The Suburban Anthem story starts like so many other bands. All three of us grew up in California (San Diego and the Bay Area respectively) but didn't meet until we were all living in Portland Oregon. We all have very similar taste in music and have gone through a wide range of punk movements before arriving at where we are today. Having all lived in different parts of California, we each bring a different sound to the table which has helped us develop something that is truly our own. Having bled punk rock for so many years, we started this band in order to fulfill a need inside each one of us to do what we believe, and bring back what was great about the punk scene. None of us believe that true punk rock can be categorized as a style of music, the way a person dresses, or the company one keeps. Punk is an attitude that is bred in to you. It cannot be learned, practiced or preached but something that is pure, something you live on a daily basis. A punker can have a desk job and work 9-5; he can be a poet, a painter, a CEO, anything. For some reason punk went haywire a number of years back and became about exclusion when at its core it’s about inclusion. All are welcome with Suburban Anthem. We want everyone to experience The Anthem and take from that something fun, positive, and uplifting. Some will love us and some will hate us, that's all gravy. So drop the attitude, get off the couch, put down the remote, throw on some jeans and join The Anthem.

1.Don't Drag Me Down
2.Generation X Fight Song
3.Saturday Nights Alright for Fighting
4.No Fun Anymore
5.Dead End Streets
6.I'm Glad You're Back... I'm Out Of Singles
7.My Space Girl
8.Mardi Gras
11.Not What It Seems

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