2001 Compilation of Minneapolis hardcore punk bands, split release between Havoc, Sin Fronteras and local bands, each band serves up 1-3 tracks (mainly unreleased) from Fallen Graces, Arden Chapman, Calloused, Scorned, Misery, Segue, Pontius Pilate, Feed the Machine, Dreadnaught, and Onward to Mayhem.
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Hi octane Swedish raw punk.Featuring nine new tracks + 7"s tracks.Punishing hardcore with deep environmental lyrics from members of Totalitär.
Fourth LP from Sweden's Victims. Victims have been the front of Swedish hardcore for many years mixing traditional Swedish D Beat and Crust sounds with more straight forward American hardcore influences. This LP has all the tight and crushing arrangements you'd expect from this crew. A few more songs leaning towards the "d beat rocknroll" end of hardcore, but over all very much in the same punishing tradition of the last two LPs.
Second volume of the Pist discography, more of the great fist pumping punk rock of the Pist. This LP features comp tracks from the Pestilence box set, the Start a Riot comp Lp, the split ep with Brutally Familiar, the split 7" with Against All Authority, the split ep with Half Empty, and comp tracks from Stealing the Pocket, Satisfaction Guaranteed and Dangerously Unstable comps.
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First of two Lps collecting all the recorded work of the Pist. The Pist were noteworthy for putting some of their best songs on splits and comps (as opposed to their worst songs as is the case with most bands) As a result these two LPs (or one CD) worth of 7" and comp tracks feature some of the best Pist material as opposed to the leftovers and out takes. This is the first of Two LPs and containts the classic Destroy Society 7", the Pist tracks from the split with Malachi Krunch, Punk USA, and Pogo Attack comp tracks. There's also some unreleased demo tracks and a few covers as a bonus.
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Another one of my favorite records of the 80's re issued on my own label. As a die hard fan and collector, it is such a thrill to be able to re press release like this and see my label logo at the bottom. I bought this record when it came out in 1984 (I was 15) and I have been crazy about it ever since. Varukers and Discharge were the two most raging and intense of the UK bands to ratchet punk up to hardcore speed and power in the early 80's. This LP sees Varukers delivering top notch hardcore punk, the guitar tone and riffage are savage, the vocals raw and powerful. The guitar has a bit of the metallic crunch that would permeate hardcore in the future, but still remains grounded in punk. This Lp ranks with Discharge "Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing" as an example of UK hardcore punk at it's very best.
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