Wednesday, July 27, 2016

PENETRATION self titled



1 Duty Free Technology 1:56
2 Firing Squad 2:41
3 Race Against Time 2:05
4 In The Future 2:22
5 Free Money 3:30
6 Never Never 2:32
7 V.I.P. 2:42
8 Silent Community 3:21
9 Don't Dictate 2:55

Peel Sessions
10 Movement 3:07
11 Stone Heroes 3:24
12 Vision 3:27
13 Future Daze 3:52
14 She Is A Slave 1:50
15 Danger Signs 2:41
16 Last Saving Grace 2:28

Live At Newcastle Dec 78-Oct 79
17 Come Into The Open 2:55
18Movement 2:55
19 Lovers Of Outrage 3:47
20 She Is The Slave 3:12
21 Too Many Friends 2:27
22 Killed In The Rush 1:52
23 Danger Signs (Alternate Version) 3:18

THE BUTTOCKS Law And Order (Mehr Pogo Leute 1978-83) 1991

German punk band from Hamburg. Formed in 1978, split in 1983.  



Law And Order 1:35
Bonanza 2:08
I Don't Wanna 1:04
Sick Of Being Sick 2:13
So Shit 2:05
I Know When I Die 1:09
Eurovision 2:37
See Her Tonite 2:34
BGS/GSG 1:03
Water Colour 1:15
Lifer 1:05
You 1:13
Hate Your Neighbour 1:54
Feel Alright 1:36
Anarchy 2:27
Police State 2:18
I Hate Hitler 0:47
Army Life 1:19
Sheer Heart Attack 2:03
Kreatur 1:06
Mardrom 1:32
Süchtig 1:29
Deutsche Raus Aus Deutschland 1:29
Nein Nein Nein 1:56
Fight 1:31
Gogogo 1:11
Cops On The Street 1:51
No-One Talking 1:11
Kill The Pigs 0:53


Friday, June 24, 2016

DIE HARD Looking Out For #1 1990

 Pre-Integrity Cleveland hardcore band, released a 12" titled Looking Out For #1



1 Gamemaster 2:16
2 It's Time 1:29
3 Stale 2:55
4 Transition 2:02
5 Absent 2:22
6 Looking Out For #1 2:04
7 Grenade 2:51
8 Preserve 2:35

Monday, May 16, 2016

UPPERCUT Four Walls 1989


New York hardcore band in the late '80s that gained notoriety with their track "Am I Clear" on the legendary "NYHC: Where The Wild Things Are" compilation (1989). In addition to the 2 tracks on this compilation, Uppercut released a LP "Four Walls" on Blackout Records. 

1. Misery
2. Salvation
3. Am I Clear
4. Four Walls
5. Down and Out
6. Cause and Effect
7. The Machine Breaks Down
8. Juan Carlos
9. MDF
10. Blur
11. LDB
12. Almond Tree
13. The See
14. The Shaft

Saturday, December 26, 2015

VIOLATORS The No Future Years 1994

by request

There were 2 Punk bands called The Violators one from England who recorded 2 great 7"s for No Future records in the early 80's and one from New Jersey who released the classic NY Ripper / My Country 7" in 1980.
Violators were a punk rock band formed in Chapel-en-le-Frith, England in 1979 by vocalist Shaun 'Cess' Stiles and bassist John 'Matchi' Marchington (both formerly of The Dismal Sports). The band's line-up later added Helen Hill on vocals, Mark Coley on guitar, and Anthony 'Ajax' Hall on drums, as they were soon signed to Worcestershire label, No Future.
The band managed to create a fist-full of punk classics in their short career. Their first releases "Die with Dignity" and "Government Stinks" introduced their unique brand of punk to Britain's excluded youth.
April 17, 1982, saw the release of their first 7" single, "Gangland" – a six minute long punk anthem – made Violators stand out for challenging the conventional face of punk. It's pounding drum and bass rhythms, uncompromising powerchord guitar riff, and Cess' dark subterranean vocals caught the mainstream music press unaware, yet a concensus agreed that the band had real protential. Gary Bushell described their sound as "street-level Joy Division", and it don't get much better than that, does it? At the heart of the single's b-side, "The Fugitive", lies pycho killer lyrics and viciously sung female vocals.
With the release of the band's critically acclaimed and hugely popular second 7" single on December 4, 1982, "Summer of '81"/"Live Fast - Die Young", Violators looked set for great things. Sadly, however, it turned out to be their last studio session with the original line-up.
Vocalist Helen and guitarist Coley left a few weeks later to form the short-lived Taboo, and went on to record a three-track studio demo (these tracks appear on the 2005 compilation album, The No Future Years). Coley played bass on these tracks, leaving the guitar work to a session musican, which seems, at best, puzzling, and, at worst, a real missed opportunity. Coley's thundering guitar riffs during the No Future years are testament to that!
In 1983, the three remaining Violators – Shaun, Matchi (bass) and Ajax (drums) – together with new female vocalist Louise 'Lou' King, and new guitarist Andrew Hill (formerly of Skin Graft), released the band's third 7" single, "Life on the Red Line"/"Crassings of Sangara". When heard today, the two songs have the sound and feel of early Manchester indie music. More incredible, however, is that the single pre-dates that period by many years.
It was the last stand for Violators, though, as Shaun, Matchi and Lou went on to form Ice the Falling Rain, who released one further single, "Life illusion", for the No Future off-shoot label, Future, before also disbanding.
To this day, Violators and their story – one of massive potential and missed opportunity – is regarded as an emigma within the history of punk music. The nature and timing of Helen and Coley's departure was at a time when the band had finally begun to understand each other as musicians and were about to get into their creative stride as the band's popularity was spreading fast to every corner of Britain's punk community.
While they've given us some fine punk classics, you can't help but wonder of the legacy this great band may have left behind if they'd only got their shit sorted out!


1 Die With Dignity 3:13
2 Government Stinks 2:21
3 Pointless Slaughter 2:07
4 Gangland 5:48
5 Fugitive 4:26
6 Summer Of '81 3:25
7 Live Fast Die Young 3:07
8 Life On The Red Line 3:13
9 Crossings Of Sangsara 3:33
10 Affections (Taboo) 2:25
11 Slow Down (Taboo) 3:05
12 Young Blades (Taboo) 3:35
13 Revenge (Crossings Of Sangsara - Diff Mix) 3:30
14 Life On The Red Line (Diff Mix - Edited Version) 4:16

Tuesday, November 17, 2015


a little thrash, punk and some snotty vocals
The guitarist, Larry LaLonde is best known for his work with Les Claypool and Primus.


A1 Roll Of The Dice 3:08
A2 Freedom To Express 2:33
A3 I Don't Know 2:19
A4 Elsewhere 3:05
A5 American Dream 2:41
A6 Stop And Think 2:23
A7 Big Man 1:24
A8 Dreams 3:15
B1 Peer Pressure 3:06
B2 Friendly Environment 2:52
B3 Weapons Of War 2:27
B4 I'm Not Smiling 2:16
B5 Thoughts Of Smog And Slums 5:04
B6 The Forgotten War 1:57
B7 Ignorance To The Law Is No Excuse 2:23

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

PLAID RETINA Mind Tracing The Going Down 1991

ripped at 320kbps from my own CD 


1 Cats And Dogs
2 Myopia
3 Contradiction
4 All Talk
5 Fiends In My Genes
6 Worthless
7 A Crooked Day
8 What Gives?
9 Scary Monsters
10 Mind Tracing The Going Down

DEMENTED ARE GO Who Put Grandma Under The Stairs? 1996

Welsh psychobilly


1 Love Seeps Like A Festering Sore
2 Zombie Stalk
3 Queen Of Disease
4 One Sharp Knife
5 Mongoloid
6 Where You Gonna Go
7 Call Of The Wired
8 Pervy In The Park
9 PVC Chair
10 Cast Iron Arm
11 Holy Hack Jack
12 Country Woman
13 Anal Wonderland
14 Clitoris Bite Boogie
15 Red River, Bloody Staircase
16 Brand New Corpse
17 Who Put Grandma Under The Stairs?
18 Be Bop A Lula
19 Human Slug
20 Nightlife
21 The Chase
22 Got Good Lovin'
23 House Of Blood
24 Satan's Rejects

Barefoot & Pregnant, An Arkansas Compilation 1997

Punk from around Van Buren, Arkansas


1 Captain Everything Hellcity
2 Punkinhead Yelloweyes
3 Mindrage (2) Destructive Patterns
4 Ashtray Babyheads Chesterfield
5 Bailey's The Jennifer Jason Leigh
6 Burned Up Bled Dry Grain Of Salt
7 Burned Up Bled Dry Razors
8 Elliot (16) The Narrowing List
9 Mistletones Lowlife
10 Nessie (6) Big Hairy Pie Ken
11 Total Knockouts Tomorrow Never Come
12 Rash Of Beatings Prodigy
13 Sickshine Threnogy
14 Corpsodomy Limbaugh Limbless
15 Captain Everything Trailer Park Funk