Saturday, December 21, 2013

4-Skins & Infa Riot - Live And Loud

Two great UK punk Oi bands in this split CD live album... The 4-Skins are a working class Oi! punk rock band from the East End of London, England. Originally composed of Gary Hodges (vocals), 'Hoxton' Tom McCourt (guitar), Steve 'H' Hamer (bass) and Gary Hitchcock (drums), they formed in 1979 and disbanded in 1984 – although new line-ups formed in 2007 and 2008. Many of their songs dealt with violent topics, but the band has claimed they were discussing the realities of inner city life, not promoting violence. Other 4-Skins song topics include police harassment, political corruption, war and unemployment.

1.Sorry (4-Skins)
2.Summer Holiday (4-Skins)
3.A.C.A.B. (4-Skins)
4.Chaos (4-Skins)
5.Jealousy (4-Skins)
6.1984 (4-Skins)
7.Clockwork Skinhead (4-Skins)
8.I Don't Wanna Die (4-Skins)
9.Evil (4-Skins)
10.Wonderful World (4-Skins)
11.Chaos (4-Skins)
12.Feel The Rage (Infa Riot)
13.Riot Riot (Infa Riot)
14.Triffic Spiv ya O.K. (Infa Riot)
15.You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet (Infa Riot)
16.We Out Number You (Infa Riot)
17.The Catalogue Kids (Infa Riot)
18.In For a Riot (Infa Riot)
19.Drug Squad (Infa Riot)
20.Punch the Air with Glory (Infa Riot)
21.Still Out of Water (Infa Riot)
22.Each Dawn I Die (Infa Riot)
23.Emergency (Infa Riot)
24.Punch the Air with Glory (Infa Riot)
25.Riot Riot (Infa Riot) 

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VA (1992) Someone's Gonna Get Their Head To Believe In Something

Amazing punk Compilation from BYO Records...

1.Violence [YOUTH BRIGADE]
2.Intense Energy [AGRESSION]
4.Pill Box [JONESES]
5.In The Night [BAD RELIGION]
6.Dear John Letter [AGRESSION]
10.Graveyard Rock [JONESES]
11.Boys In The Brigade [YOUTH BRIGADE]
12.Rat Race [AGRESSION]
13.Wrecking Crew [ADOLESCENTS]
14.Look in The Mirror [YOUTH BRIGADE]
16.Scratches & Needles [NILS]
17.Silent Scream [RIGOR MORTIS]
18.History [BIG BOYS]
19.Pyramids [KRAUT]
21.Victims Of The Womanizer [SNFU]
23.Indian Summer [CHANNEL 3]
24.Out Of Touch [7 SECONDS]
25.Foreign Policy [STRETCH MARKS]
26.San Francisco [SMARTIES]
27.The War Goes On [HUNGRY FOR WHAT]
28.Tragedy in E [JR. GONE WILD]
29.Hey Pachuco [ROYAL CROWN REVUE]
30.Who's Life Is It Anyway ? [THAT'S IT]
31.One In Five [YOUTH BRIGADE]

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Red Alert (1995) The Oi! Singles Collection

Another classic from this street kings...

Third and Final / Border Guards / Sell Out / District Boredom / In Britain / Screaming at the Nation / Murder Missile / S.P.G. (demo) / I Tore Your Picture Up (demo) / Take No Prisoners / Empire of Crime / Sell Out / City Invasion / Negative Reaction / There's A Guitar Burning / The Dust Has Settled / Tranquility / All the Way to Glory / The Revolution Will Come / Cast Iron's Crusade / Long Night in Long Island / Facing the Truth / Together We'll Fight / Cabin Fever / The Beginning of the End / The Iron Man / East Side of Town.  

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Anti-Establishment - The Oi! Collection

Great punk and Oi! band...

1980's / Mechanical Man / No Trust / Future Girl / Anti Men / Misunderstood / Life is a Ripoff / Mary is Dead / Front Page News / Future Girl (demo) / It's Killing You / Step Outside / House of the Rising Sun / Savage City / Confusion / I Feel Hate / War Monger / Sid's Song.

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Sham 69 - Live In Japan

Sham 69 are an English punk band that formed in Hersham in 1975. 
Although not as commercially successful as many of their contemporaries, albeit with a greater number of chart entries, Sham 69 has been a huge musical and lyrical influence on the Oi! and streetpunk genres. The band allegedly derived their name from a piece of football-related graffiti that founder Jimmy Pursey saw on a wall, which originally said Walton and Hersham '69 but had partly faded away.

1.What Have We Got
2.Angels With Dirty Faces
3.Mister You're A Better Man Than I
4.Tell the Children
5.Poor Cow
6.How The West Was Won
7.Carolines Suitcase
8.Borstal Breakout
9.Vision & Power
10.If The Kids Are United
12.Hersham Boys
13.Rip & Tear

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Wednesday, December 18, 2013


This is the last episode of HHA Podcast. A lot of street punk oi! music.. enjoy!! Check the link below for listen and download.

1.KLAMYDIA ''Miljoonan Kilsan Tennarit''
2.EXPECT NOTHING ''Masquerade''
3.CAPTAIN 9'S & THE KNICKERBOCKER TRIO ''Rock 'n' Roll Paper Route''
4.APPLICANTS ''He's A Man''
5.HUDSON FALCONS ''We Will Survive''
6.SECRET AFFAIR ''Going To A Go-GO''
7.SKA-P ''Vandalo''
8.THE TEMPLARS ''Frontline''
10.TOM ROBINSON BAND ''The Winter of 79''
11.INTENSIVE CARE ''Cowards''
12.THE PARTISANS ''Come Clean''
13.THE EXPELLED ''Blown Away''
14.THE CRACK ''I Can't Take It''
15.THE PROWLERS ''Lost Cause''
16.MONSTER TRUX ''Shut Up And Skate''
17.RED ALERT ''Screaming at the Nation''
19.4-SKINS ''A.C.A.B. (Live)''
20.STITCHES ''Cars of Today''

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013


The perfect combination between horror movies and garage-punk, surf music.. This is the 13th episode of HHA Podcast...

1.THE NEANDERTHALS 'Hot Rod USA' from Shutdown 2002 B.C. album.
2.THE SURFARIS 'Dune Buggy' from Fun City USA
3.THE VISCOUNT V 'Cherry Red Vette' from Burnin' Rubber On The Last Wave VA.
4.Necromancy trailer intro
5.TRASHMEN 'Bird Dance Beat' from Wavy Gravy Four Hairy Policemen' VA
6.Girls For Rent trailer intro
7.THE SAXONS 'Draggin' Around' from Wavy Gravy For Adult Enthusiasts VA
8.Chain Gang Women trailer introduction
9.THE MERCYMEN 'Can't You See' from Free Flight compilation
10.The Virgin Witch trailer intro
11.THE SAINTS 'Pigtails' from Tabu! Vol.2 Compilation
12.The Rape Killer trailer introduction
13.BRUNO & THE GLADIATORS 'Istanbul' from Sleazy Surf Vol.2
14.The Astrozombies trailer introduction
15.HEADLINERS 'Voodoo Plan' from Wavy Gravy Four Hairy Policemen Comp.
16.Scream Blacula Scream trailer introduction
17.THE SUPER STOCKS 'Street Machine' from Shut Down (Hot Rod) Comp.
18.Howdy Doody Time Tune Kid Program introduction
19.TRAVIS WAMMACK 'Distortion Pt.1' from Wildsville!
20.Psychedlic Circus trailer introduction
21.THE AVANTIS 'Phantom Surfer' from Wax Em Down! Vol.1
22.The Vault Horror trailer introduction
23.LOS ROCKIN' DEVILS 'Gloria' from Garage Punk Unknowns Vol.4
24.Vampíre Playgirls trailer introduction
25.LOOSE ENDS 'Taxman' from The Deram Freakbeat Scene Compl.
26.Sweet Susie trailer introduction
27.NELSON & YOUNG 'Rock Old Sputnick' from Rocket Ship Comp.
28.Toolbox Murders trailer intro
29.THE LANE BROS 'Uh Huh Honey' from Rockin' Rollin' High School Vol.6
30.Shantry Tramp trailer intro
31.THE RAMRODS 'Ghost Riders In The Sky' from Infamous Instro-Monsters of Rock'n'Roll Vol.2
32.Humanoids From The Deep trailer intro
33.THE ELECTRAS 'Action Woman' from Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Heard Before Vol.1
34.The Woman Hunt trailer intro.
35.BOBBY BARE 'Vampira' from Wowsville!
36.Graveyard Tramps trailer outro.

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Sunday, December 15, 2013

Angelic Upstarts - 4 Albuns

 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.

(1982) Still From the Heart
Never Say Die / Flames of Brixton / Action Man / Wasted Loved By None / Here Comes Trouble / I Stand Accused / Black Knights of the 80's / Cry Wolf / Soldier / We Defy You / Different Strokes / Different Dub.

(1983) Reason Why?
Woman in Disguise / Never Give Up / Waiting, Hating / Reason Why / Nobody Was Saved / Geordies Wife / Loneliness Of the Long Distance Runner / 42nd Street / The Burglar / Solidarity / As the Passion / A Young Punk / Where We Started.    

(1984) Last Tango in Moscow
One More Day / Machine Gun Kelly / Progress / Blackleg Miner / Who's Got the Money / Last Tango in Moscow / I Think It Should Be Free / Never Return / Rude Boy / No News / Jarrow Woman / Nowhere to Run / Paint It in Red / There's a Drink In It / Listen to the Silence / She Don't Cry Anymore / I Won't Pay for Liberty / Never Return to Hell / When Will They Learn / No Nukes. 

(1991) Bombed Out
Red 'Till Dead / Albert's Gotta Gun / Victim of Defect / Open Your Eyes / Still Fighting / The Writing on the Wall / A Real Rain / Let's Build a Bomb / Proud & Loud / Stone Faced Killer.
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Friday, December 13, 2013

Youth Brigade - 4 álbuns

Youth Brigade was formed at the end of summer 1980 in Los Angeles, amid the explosion of the punk scene in Southern California, by brothers Shawn,Mark and Adam Stern. The brothers Stern have established YOUTH BRIGADE as one of the most powerful, independent groups in North America over the course of their 7 odd years of existence. The basic philosophy of the band is the “youth” is an attitude, not an age and that every generation has the responsibility to change what they feel is wrong in the world. Unfortunately, it seems that many people either forget or grow weary of this responsibility as they get older in years, so the band feels it is really important that every new generation 
realize this responsibility and act upon it. It is with these ideals in mind that the band was started, and the eldest brothers Shawn and Mark formed the Better Youth Organization in ‘79. The BYO is dedicated to promoting alternative music, art and other creative endeavors in a completely independent manner. They started off promoting shows,(They ran the infamous Godzilla’s night club!), started BYO Records in 1982 (which has released 25 records to date and become one of the strongest and most respected indy labels in the world), set up tours for many bands, (including the first BYO tour which was done in a big school bus and documented on 60 hours of video tape to become the movie 
“Another State of Mind”) as well as many other projects too numerous to mention. 


(1992) Come Again
1.One In Five
2.Can't Take It With You
3.Shoulda Stayed Home
4.Lost In Nostalgia
5.No Tears For You
6.Keep It Smile 

(1994) Happy Hour
1.All Style, No Substance
2.Better Without You
3.Punk Rock Mom
4.Guns Are For
5.Let Me Be
6.It's Not Enough
7.Alive By Machine
8.It Just Doesn't Matter
11.Sad But True
12.This is A Life
13.Deep Inside Of Me

(1994) Sink With Californija
1.Sink With Californija
2.Modest Proposal
3.Men In Blue Part.1
4.Sound And Fury
5.Fight to Unite
6.Jump Back
7.Blown Away
8.Live Life
9.What Are You Fighting For
10.Did You Wanna Die
11.You Don't Understand
12.The Circle
13.Duke Of Earl
14.What Will The Revolution Change
15.What Price Happiness
16.Where Are We Going
17.Who Can You Believe In
18.On The Edge
19.Look in The Mirror
21.Fight To Unite
22.Did You Wanna Die
23.You Don't Understand
24.Jump Back
26.Men In Blue Part.1
27.Sink With Californija

(1996) To Sell The Truth
1.It's Not My Fault
2.Spies For Life
4.We're In
6.Street Dominator
8.Believe In Something
10.Not Gonna Take It
11.My Bartender
13.Last Day Of The Year
14.I Hate My Life
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Thursday, December 05, 2013

The Business (1994) Saturdays Heroes (Request!!)

The Business are an English Oi!/punk rock band formed in 1979 in Lewisham, South London. Their album Suburban Rebels became influential in the Oi! movement. Their biggest hit song in recent times, "England 5 - Germany 1", (based on the result of a World Cup Qualifying match in 2001), became a football anthem for England.

1.Spanish Jails
2.All Out Tonight (Remix)
3.Never Be Taken
4.Shout It Out
5.Harden Life
7.Foreign Girl
8.Nothing Can Stop Us
10.Saturdays Heroes
11.Drinking and Driving
12.Hurry Up Harry
13.Get Out Of My House
14.All Out Toninght (Original)
16.Coventry (LP Version)

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Welt (2001) Brand New Dream

Formed in 1993, punk popsters Welt hail from Sacramento, CA. Despite numerous lineup changes over the years, founding member and main songwriter Jason Cooper (bass/vocals) has remained a constant fixture. Signing with the independent (and now defunct) Dr. Dream label shortly after Welt's formation, a series of singles were issued, as well as the full-lengths Better Days in 1995, Kicked in the Teeth in 1996, and Broke Down in 1998, during which time the band relocated to Orange County, CA. By the late '90s, Welt's permanent lineup became solidified, consisting of the ever-present Cooper, guitarists Tobe Bean and Todd Harper, plus drummer Marc Harrismendy. 2001 saw Welt's first release for the Better Youth Record Co., Brand New Dream. ~~ by Greg Prato 

1.Two Years
4.The World Is Mine
5.Not Sorry
6.Unrest In You
7.Out on A Line
8.One Way Ticket
9.Brand New Dream
11.What About Me
12.Open Letter
13.Survive Tomorrow
14.Hybrid Moments

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The Prowlers (2001) Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

Great street punk oi! band...

1.We Come Out First
2.Tonight Tonight
3.We Won't Back Down
4.We're Taking Back the Pubs
5.Jow Hawkins
6.Lost Cause
7.In Memory
8.Easy Target
9.Smash Them Up
10.New Breed
11.Hard Times
12.Drunken Skinhead

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Upright Citizens (1985) Open Eyes, Open Ears, Brains to Think & A Mouth to Speak

Upright Citizens war eine der ersten deutschen Punkbands mit englischen Texten. Bereits 1982 erschien die erste LP der Band aus dem Ruhrgebiet, 1985 tourten sie als erste deutsche Punkrockband sechs Wochen lang quer durch die Vereinigten Staaten. Die achtziger und beginnenden 1990er Jahre waren die erfolgreichsten in der 22-jährigen Bandgeschichte. Neben der Veröffentlichung diverser Tonträger erspielte sich Upright Citizens den Ruf eines grandiosen Live-Acts, was sie auch als „Special Guest“ von Punkgrößen wie Dead Kennedys, Bad Religion, UK Subs und vielen anderen unter Beweis stellten.

1.Future Dreams
3.Dead Blood
4.The Dark Side of My Mind
5.No Tears For Yesterday
6.Government Wins!
7.Swastika Ratss
9.Right Way
10.Stand Up
12.Yellow Press
13.Bombs Of Peace
14.Now Or Never
15.What Are We Gonna Do Now

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S.O.D. (2005) Speak English Or Die (Platinum Edition) (Request!!)

Stormtroopers of Death, known as S.O.D., was a crossover thrash band formed in New York in 1985. They are credited as being among the first bands to fuse hardcore punk with thrash metal into a style sometimes called crossover thrash. The song "March of the S.O.D.," from their 1985 debut album, was the Headbanger's Ball intro anthem for many years.
The band had some controversy due to the deliberately racist and misogynist lyrics. Bassist Dan Lilker stated: "The lyrics were never intended to be serious, just to piss people off." According to singer Milano, the 24-song extended "EP" of live and unreleased material called Rise of the Infidels, released in August 2007 on Megaforce Records, is the final release by the band. Milano said, "(the EP) will finally be the last of S.O.D.," laying to rest rumors of another S.O.D. reunion.

1.March of the S.O.D.
2.Sargent D & The S.O.D.
3.Kill Yourself
4.Milano Mosh
5.Speak English Or Die
6.United Forces
7.Chromatic Death
8.Pi Alhpa Nu
9.Anti-Procrastination Song
10.What's the Noise
11.Freddy Krueger
13.Pre-Menstrual Princess Blues
14.Pussy Whipped
15.Fist Banging Mania
16.No Turning Back
17.Fuck the Middle East
18.Douche Crew
19.Hey Gordy!
20.The Ballad of Jimi Hendrix
21.Diamonds and Rust (Extended Version)
24.March of the S.O.D. & Sargent D (Live)
25.Kill Yourself (Live)
26.Milano Mosh (Live)
27.Speak English Or Die (Live)
28.Fuck The Middle East & Douche Crew (Live)
29.Not-Momo-Taint-The Camel Boy-Diamonds and Rust-Anti Pro-Castrination Song
30.Milk (Live)
31.United Forces (Live)
32.United Forces cont. (Live)
33.Ram It Up (Live)

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Toy Dolls (1995) Orcastrated (Request!!)

The Toy Dolls are an English punk rock band formed in 1979. Departing from the angry lyrics and music often associated with punk rock, The Toy Dolls worked within the aesthetics of punk to express a sense of fun, with songs such as "Yul Brynner Was a Skinhead", "My Girlfriend's Dad's a Vicar" and "James Bond Lives Down Our Street." There is often alliteration in their song titles (e.g. "Peter Practice's Practice Place", "Fisticuffs in Frederick Street", "Neville Is a Nerd"). They are probably best known however for their sole UK hit, a punk-rock cover of "Nellie the Elephant".

2.Poltergeist in the Pantry
3.Please Release Me Darling I Loathe You
4.Taken For a Mug
5.Any Dream Will Do
6.Harry's Hands
7.David's XR2
8.Pot Luck Percy
9.Ivy's Lurid Lips
10.The Psychosurgery
11.Ron Dixon Dumped D-D
12.Lazy Sunday Afternoon
13.Bowling Barmy

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Red Alert (1996) Breakin' All The Rules (Request!!)

Red Alert were а British punk/oi!-band, formed in Sunderland, England, in May 1979. The quartet recorded three studio albums and appeared on numerous compilations, including Punk And Disorderly (Abstract Records, 1981) and Carry On Oi! (Secret Records, 1981). Three of the band's releases reached UK Indie Charts Top 30. Red Alert broke up in 1985, reformed four years later and continued touring and occasionally recording.

CD1 - Breakin' All The Rules
1.The Only Voice
2.I Ain't Running
3.Reality's Outside
5.Safe European Home
6.Who Pulls The Trigger
7.Lonely Highway
8.Staring Down the Barrel (of Youth)
9.Out On Freedom Road
10.West One
11.I'll Wave Goodbye
12.Visca El Barca
13.Dead and Buried
14.Living Out the Dream
15.Blood on Blood
16.Breakin' All The Rules
CD2 - A Session with The Lads
1.Border Guards
2.Murder Missile
3.Screaming at the Nation
4.Empire Of Crime
5.Foreign Affairs
6.Industrial Slide
7.All the Way to Glory
8.Cast Iron's Crusade
9.24 Hours in the City
10.The Art of Brutality
11.The Calling
12.Long Night in Long Island
13.Out on Freedom Road (Bar Room)

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The Oppressed - Fight For Your LIfe, The Best Of The Oppressed

The Oppressed is a Welsh anti-fascist Oi! band that formed in 1981 in Cardiff. Most of the musicians in the band's various lineups were skinheads. Throughout the band's career, the members (especially vocalist Roddy Moreno) openly expressed opposition to racism and fascism — in their lyrics, interviews, on-stage comments and other actions. In 1989, Moreno visited New York City and met a few members of Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice (SHARP). On his return to the United Kingdom, he started promoting SHARP ideals to British skinheads. The band has also had ties to other anti-racist groups, such as Anti-Fascist Action. Moreno is a Cardiff City F.C. supporter, and some of the band's songs express that support.
The band has split and re-formed several times. Their more recent split was in 2006, but they re-formed in 2009, and continue performing today.
The Oppressed 2013 line up features, alongside Roddy Moreno on vocals and guitar, Paul Cobley on bass and Tony Kizmus on drums.

2.Work Together
3.Run From You
4.Joe Hawkins
5.Don't Look Back
6.Urban Soldiers
8.Ultra Violence
9.Gun Law
11.Government Out
12.Fight For Your Life
13.Leave Me Alone
14.Skinhead Girl
16.We Can Do Anything
17.Skinheads in Starpress
18.Hurry Up Harry
20.Nazi Nightmare
21.B-N-P (Full Of Shit)
22.Nazi Skinhead

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The Testors (2003) Complete Recordings '76-'79 (Updated!!)

The Testors were formed by Sonny Vincent in New York City 1975 at the heart of what became punk rock as we know it today. They were loud, raw as fuck, and didn't give a shit about anybody but themselves. While contemporaries the Ramones, Blondie, and the Heartbreakers were making history, The Testors were lighting clubs on fire, going to jail, and Sonny eventually was admitted to a psychiatric hospital. Along the way they were regulars at CBGBs, Max's Kansas City and shared the stage with the likes of Suicide, The Cramps, and the Dead Boys.

2.You Don't Break My Heart
3.Let's Get Zooed Out
4.It's Only Death
5.Hey You
6.I See
7.MK Ultra
9.Don't Tell Me
11.Rainy Night
12.Detention (Live)
13.Madras Prison (Live)
14.Aw Maw (Live)
15.MK Ultra (Live)
16.Rememberance (Live)
17.Motor Drive (Live)
18.Welcome to the Nation (Live)
19.Purpose (Live)
1.Time Is Mine
3.Primal Call
4.Sick on Yesterday
6.Break It Down
7.Greedy Fuckers
8.Black Book
9.Lust for Love
10.Full Circle
11.Tracy McPrichtease
12.She's Not Changed
13.Bad Attitude
14.I'm Allowed
15.Crazy Lazy Jane
16.Nice To Your Dog
17.Good Stuff
18.Lonely Nights

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The Business (1995) The Complete Singles Collection

The band was formed in 1979 by school friends Steven ('Steve') Kent (guitar), Michael Fitzsimons ('Micky Fitz') (vocals), Nicholas ('Nick') Cunningham (drums) and Martin Smith (bass). They played their first gig in front of friends in February 1980, and after taking on Lol Pryor as manager, began performing more often. The band's first release was the song "Out in the Cold" on the A Sudden Surge of Sound compilation album. They played their first Oi! concert in 1981, supporting The 4-Skins, and they became closely associated with the Oi! scene from then on. While the Oi! movement was wrongly labelled as far right and racist (despite the fact that several Oi! bands played at Rock Against Racism concerts), The Business took a stance against political extremism with their Oi Against Racism and Political Extremism ...But Still Against The System tour.

1.Harry May
2.National Insurance Blacklist
3.Step Into Christmas
5.Disco Girls
6.Smash the Discos
7.Loud Proud and Punk
9.Last Train to Clapham Junction
10.Law and Order
11.Do They Owe Us a Living
12.Tell us the Truth
13.Get Out of My House
14.All Out Tonight
15.Foreign Girl
17.Drinkin 'n' Drivin'
18.Hurry Up Harry
19.H-Bomb (Live)
20.Do A Runner
21.Coventry (New Version)
22.Welcome to the Real World
23.No Emotions (New Version)
24.Anywhere But Here
25.All Out
26.(You're) Going Down in History

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Monday, December 02, 2013

SNFU (1986) If You Swear, You'll Catch No Fish

Considered by many to be the band's finest release, If You Swear, You'll Catch No Fish deservedly ranks high on many all-time punk lists. Core members Mr. Chi Pig on vocals and brothers Brent "Bunt" and Mark "Muc" Welke (providing a literal twin-guitar attack) are joined on this, their second full-length disc by a rhythm section consisting of Ted Simm (drums) and Dave Bacon (bass). Released in 1986 on the Better Youth Organization (BYO) imprint, If You Swear, You'll Catch No Fish contains many classic SNFU cuts like "Forgot" and "Better Homes and Gardens." The skate punkers pick up where fellow Canadians the Subhumans left off and take extra U.S. North American hardcore to new extremes with their slapshot-fast material and thick guitars. Mr. Chi Pig takes on some serious issues, including Alzheimer's disease ("I Forgot") and the cold war's nuclear threat ("Black Cloud"), while the guitarists Welke use pop, metal, and hardcore power-chording to create their band's unique sound and vision. Despite or perhaps because of the more polished and focused approach on later SNFU releases, If You Swear, You'll Catch No Fish holds up and holds on to it's lofty skate punk status, due mostly to its naïve but earnest purity. ~~ Vincent Jeffries

1.The Devil's Voice
2.Where's My Legs
3.Better Homes And Gardens
5.Black Cloud
6.I Forget
7.The Ceiling
8.Mind Like A Door
9.He's Not Getting Older, He's Getting Better
10.Electric Chair
11.Welcome To My Humble Life Of Disarray
12.Snapping Turtle

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SNFU (1984) ...And No One Else Wanted to Play

SNFU is a Canadian hardcore punk band formed in Edmonton in 1981 and later relocated to Vancouver. They have released ten full-length albums and are cited as a formative influence on the skate punk sub-genre. The band came to fruition amid the inchoate Canadian hardcore punk scene of the early 1980s. Coupling horrific and occasionally humorous lyrical imagery with a dynamic punk sound, their 1985 debut album ...And No One Else Wanted to Play has remained influential. The group expanded its audience and style through two further studio albums.

1.Broken Toy
2.She's Not On The Menu
3.Money Matters
4.I'm Real Scared
6.Seein' Life Through The Bottom Of A Bottle
7.Cannibal Cafe
9.Plastic Surgery Kept Her Beautiful
10.The Gravedigger
11.Bodies On The Wall
12.Get Off Your Ass
13.Loser At Life, Loser At Death
14.This is The End

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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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