Thursday, May 29, 2014

The Blood Brothers -- 2000 -- This Adultery Is Ripe

Seattle, Washington based punk influenced indie rock band. Existed from 1997-2007. The band has a unique sound that balances it self between harmony and chaos with alot of screaming and layered vocals. Members include Jordan Blilie (Vocals), Johnny Whitney (Vocals), Cody Votolato (Guitar), Morgan Henderson (Bass), & Mark Gajadhar (Drums).

2.Doctor! Doctor!
3.The Face in the Embryo
4.James Brown
5.Mutiny on the Ark of the Blood Brothers
6.Jordan Billie Pets the Wild Horse's Mane
7.Marooned on Piano Island
8.This Adultery Is Ripe
9.Time for Tenderness

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The Blood Brothers -- 2002 -- March On Electric Children

Seattle, Washington based punk influenced indie rock band. Existed from 1997-2007. The band has a unique sound that balances it self between harmony and chaos with alot of screaming and layered vocals. Members include Jordan Blilie (Vocals), Johnny Whitney (Vocals), Cody Votolato (Guitar), Morgan Henderson (Bass), & Mark Gajadhar (Drums).

1.Birth Skin - Death Leather
2.Meet Me at The Water Front After the Social
3.March On Electric Children
4.New York Slave
5.Kiss Of the Octopus
6.Siamese Gun
7.Mr. Electric Ocean
8.Junkyard J. Vs. the Skin Army Girlz - High Fives, L.A. Hives
9.American Vultures

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Razor's Edge -- 2000 -- Thrash 'Em All

Japanese hardcore punk band...

1.Glow In The Dark
3.More Soul For Beat
4.Thrash 'Em All
5.Suck Up To It
6.Ninjah Tuner
7.You Can Just Like
8.Born Again
10.Downer Brains
11.World Is One
13.Dengeki Thrash
14.My Ear Is Dumb

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Silver Jews -- 2005 -- Tanglewood Numbers

Silver Jews were an indie rock band from New York City, formed in 1989 by David Berman along with Pavement's Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. Berman remained throughout and was the only constant member. During the last few albums, Cassie Berman became a regular member of the band. They disbanded in 2009.

1.Punk in The Beerlight
2.Sometimes A Pony Gets Depressed
4.Animal Shapes
5.I'm Getting Back Into Getting Back Into You
6.How Can I Love You If You Won't Lie Down
7.The Poor, The Fair And The Good
8.Sleeping Is The Only Love
9.The Farmer's Hotel
10.There Is A Place

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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Satelite Kingston - 2003 - ...Una Isla

SK is a ska band from Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America...

1.La Vuelta
2.Dificultades con las Chicas
3.Jamaica Farewell
4.Supuesta's Steady Suite
5.Si Yo Fuera Rey
6.Pequeño Valentin
7.Nunca Mas
9.Solos y Solas
11.Supuesto Dub
12.930F St. (Bonus Track)

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Satelite Kingston - 2000 - Subterrannia

SK is a ska band from Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America...

1.Locura de Octubre
2.Lamento del Rio
5.Dick Tracy
6.Ella Se Fue
7.Adios Buster!

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Jawbreaker was an American punk rock band active from 1986 to 1996 and considered one of the most influential acts of the early-1990s emo movement. Lead vocalist and guitarist Blake Schwarzenbach, bassist Chris Bauermeister, and drummer Adam Pfahler formed the band while students at New York University, later relocating to Los Angeles where they released their debut album Unfun (1990) through independent record label Shredder Records. Relocating again to San Francisco the following year, they released 1992's Bivouac through the Tupelo Recording Company and The Communion Label. Schwarzenbach's charisma and personal, frustrated lyrics helped to establish him as a cult idol, even as he underwent surgery to remove painful and voice-threatening polyps from his throat. Jawbreaker toured with Nirvana in 1993 and released 24 Hour Revenge Therapy in 1994, attracting the attention of major labels. They signed a one million-dollar contract with DGC Records and released 1995's Dear You, but the album's polished production and smooth vocals resulted in a significant backlash from the band's core audience. Internal tensions led to Jawbreaker's dissolution in 1996.

{1995} Dear You
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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Badtown Boys - Date With Death *(FLAC)

Formed in 1985 in the San Fernando Valley, Badtown Boys have never strayed from their punk rock roots. From their first single on Dionysus Records to their self-titled debut album on Gift Of Life Records, which also brought "Date With Death" and Pennyless In Paradise" and their 1994 release "ep.i.dem.ic", the band has proven it's staying power and have lived up to their "cult Punk legend" status. The guys are also working on a live CD made up from numerous shows dating back to 1991-1995.

3.Dee Dee Took The Subway
4.Makin' You Nervous
5.I'm Alone
6.Destined to Lose
7.Lost and Found
9.Made Up My Mind
10.Blink Of An Eye
11.Took Too Long
12.Sick Of Your Face
13.Death is Forever

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Varukers -2009- Killing Myself To Live *(FLAC)

The Varukers are a UK hardcore punk band formed in 1979 by vocalist Anthony "Rat" Martin, which produced its most influential recordings in the early 1980s. The band are one of the first to play in the musical style of the hardcore punk band Discharge, known as D-beat. Also, like Discharge, The Varukers' lyrics carry an anarchist political ideology.

1.Killing Myself to Live
2.Fucked It Up Again
3.Forever Crucified
5.Get Out of the Gutter
6.Politics Instore
7.Society's Decline
8.Where Next

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

Johnny Thunders - Belfast Rocks *(FLAC)

This is the first time on CD from this recording that contains 19 classic Thunders tracks recorded live in Belfast.

2.Countdown Love
3.Personality Crisis
4.Little Bit Of Whore
6.Too Much Junkie Biz
7.Talk About You
8.Chinese Rocks
10.In Cold Blood
11.Alone in A Crowd
12.Eve of Destruction
13.You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory
14.Sad Vacation
15.Born To Lose
16.Stepping Stone
17.Pipeline 2
18.Chinese Rocks 2
19.Chinese Rocks (Again)

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Channel 3 - I've Got A Gun & After The Lights Go OUt (FLAC)

23 tracks, 2 LPs on one CD featuring the first two studio albums from San Fransisco's leading exponents of Punk, Channel 3. One of the main inspirations for the growth of Punk in America, Channel 3 were signed to No Future in the UK and in the early 80s saw both these albums reach the higher placings of the Independent Chart.

1.Fear Of Life
2.Out Of Control
3.I've Got A Gun
6.You Make Me Feel Cheap
7.You Lie
8.Catholic Boy
9.Waiting In The Winds
10.Strenght In Numbers
11.Double Standard Boys
12.Life Goes On
13.What About Me
14.Separate Peace
15.No Love
16.After The Lights Go Out
17.Truth And Trust
18.I'll Take My Chances
19.All My Dreams
20.Can't Afford It
21.I Didn't Know

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Government Issue -1986- Government Issue (FLAC)

Government Issue was an American hardcore punk band from Washington, D.C. active from 1980 to 1989. The band experienced many changes in membership during its nine-year existence, with singer John Stabb as the only consistent member in an ever-fluctuating lineup that at various times included notable musicians Brian Baker, Mike Fellows, Steve Hansgen, J. Robbins, and Peter Moffett. Government Issue originated from the Washington, D.C. hardcore scene but added elements of heavy metal, New Wave, and psychedelic rock on later records. Though this has caused the band to be sometimes overlooked in relation to other Washington, D.C. hardcore acts, their stylistic diversity made them influential to later punk rock groups.

1.Vision End
2.They Know
3.Locked Inside
4.Even When You're Here
5.Everybody's Victim
6.Memories Past
7.When I'm Alone
8.Hear The Scream
9.Say Something
10.On The Screen
11.It Begins Now
12.Last Forever
13.Sheer Terror

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Articles Of Faith -2002- Complete Volume 2, 1983-1985 (FLAC)

Articles of Faith was a Chicago-based hardcore punk band (1981–1985) notable for songwriting in a class above most of their contemporaries (and successors). The band's later work, the In This Life LP in particular, either founds or foreshadows the emo sound.[citation needed] The typical AoF song featured hummable melodies and conspicuous hooks, showing funk, reggae and jazz influences, accompanied by lyrics bemoaning the difficulty of finding freedom and fulfillment in a cookie-cutter mass-consumption driven society typically, but not always, delivered at a searing pace. While the band's influence was blunted by being based in Chicago, it maintained close musical and thematic ties to the Washington DC / Dischord Records scene. Drummer Virus X briefly left the band in 1984, due to the relative waning of the band's political emphasis, but returned to record In This Life. The band split up in 1985, with In This Life being issued two years later.

1.I've Got Mine
3.Buy This War
4.Up Against The Wall
5.Fine Line
6.Empty Rooms
7.Remain In Memory
8.It Doesn't Have The Way To Be
9.Wasn't I Right
10.Wheedle Dee
11.Around In Circles
14.Wait For Me
15.Never Really Understood
17.In This Life
18.What We Want Is Free

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