Tuesday, June 30, 2015

SECOND TO NONE Defeat 2002


1 Victimized
2 Heartless
3 Everyone...But Yourself
4 My Choice
5 Without A Trace
6 How Ya Like Me Now
7 No One Wins
8 Takineverykrown
9 Defeat
10 Outro

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

GaAsp Demo 2015

Portland hardcore/crust

Free download from their Bandcamp website.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015


Some local Pensacola hardcore with a nice nod to Minor Threat. Check it out!

Guitar and Vocals - Drew Coats
Drums - Brandon Ballard

Thanks to our parents for not killing us.
Thanks to Patrick Hutchinson of 'Company of Ghosts' for recording and mastering us.
Thanks to Miller Hawkins for the original album picture shot on 35mm film, as part of the #CANeraMan project.
Thanks to all of Pensacola and all of our followers for supporting our message, movement, and passion.

All songs written by Dicks From Mars (minus the covers)
All music was recorded LIVE with no midi, no over dubs, no corny effects, and no plastic bullshit to make us sound better or worse. 

Friday, January 30, 2015

GUDON 愚鈍 Discography 1992

From Hiroshima, Japan, Gudon (愚鈍) was active in the 1980's. Members went on to form Bastard. 


1 Stoic Violence
2 鉛の愛
3 Burst Your Head
4 Regret
5 オマエノコトナドシラン
6 Tit For Tat
7 Maniac Point
8 Outside Dream
9 Howling Hate
10 Dickeys
11 Bloody Sleeping
12 Power Of Dusk
13 Egger
14 Void
15 Hard On
16 Erebus
17 Fundamental Error
18 N.O.X.
19 Almighty Idoler
20 Haiboku

Wednesday, January 28, 2015


hardcore from Oakland
DL link in comments

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

RAW RECORDS Punk Singles Collection 1993




1 Users, The Sick Of You 3:26
2 Users, The I'm In Love With Today 1:37
3 Killjoys, The Johnny Won't Go To Heaven 2:42
4 Killjoys, The Naive 2:42
5 Unwanted, The Withdrawal 2:02
6 Unwanted, The Bleak Outlook 2:16
7 Unwanted, The 1984 1:52
8 Some Chicken New Religion 2:17
9 Some Chicken Blood On The Wall 1:44
10 Lockjaw Radio Call Sign 1:36
11 Lockjaw The Young Ones 1:55
12 Some Chicken Arabian Daze 2:56
13 Some Chicken Number Seven 3:10
14 Gorillas, The It's My Life 2:23
15 Gorillas, The My Son's Alive 3:20
16 Unwanted, The Secret Police 2:57
17 Unwanted, The These Boots Are Made For Walking 2:15
18 Lockjaw Journalist Jive 2:22
19 Unwanted, The I'm Not Me 2:18
20 Unwanted, The The End Is Nigh 4:04
21 Sick Things, The Bondage Boy 1:45
22 Sick Things, The Kids On The Street 2:18
23 Psychos, The (2) So Young 1:44
24 Psychos, The (2) Straitjacket 2:13
25 Killjoys, The At Night 2:53
26 Acme Sewage Co. I Wish You Dead 2:26
27 Acme Sewage Co. I Don't Need You 3:15
28 G.T.'s, The Millionaire 2:38
29 Psychos, The (2) Young British And White 2:16
30 Acme Sewage Co. I Can See You 2:51

Thursday, April 3, 2014

THE SPACE NEGROS Dig Archaeology (1980 - 1990) 1992


1 Nazz IV 2:45
2 I Wanna Be Your Dog 2:56
3 The Best Things In Life Are Free 3:02
4 Little League 1:09
5 Go Dorothy Go (Do The Bible) 3:04
6 Sweep 0:38
7 Heart Full Of Soul 3:25
8 Batwa Pygmy Chorus 2:24
9 Crossfire/Tea For Two/Cha Cha Cha 5:32
10 I Don't Care 2:49
11 Go Commercial 3:40
12 Happenings Ten Years Time Ago (Revisited) 3:07
13 Back In The U.S.S.R. 4:28
14 Go To Hell 4:40
15 And Many, Many More 4:11
16 In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida 2:26
17 Too Much Talk 3:46
18 Double-Talking Heads 0:34
19 Sex Bomb 5:49
20 Robot 3:02
21 The Eighth Sea 3:00
22 The End Of Tradition 6:45
23 Fireman/Spaceman 2:39

 From Trouser Press


Maximum Control From Moment to Moment EP (Sounds Interesting) 1979
The Space Negros Go Commercial EP (Arf Arf) 1980 + 1984
Have a Lousy Xmas EP (Jingle Jungle/Arf Arf) 1981
The Space Negros Do Generic Ethnic Muzak Versions of All Your Favorite Underground Punk/Psychedelic Songs from the Sixties (Arf Arf) 1987
Record (Eat) 1981

Before there was a Mission of Burma, two of its future founders played in this Boston group, alongside keyboardist/producer Erik Lindgren, a future member of Birdsongs of the Mesozoic. The 7-inch Maximum Contrast contains six offbeat offerings of experimental synth'n'tape tricks.
That same year, the original Space Negros fell apart; Go Commercial (shades of the Residents), another 7-inch with eight songs, is actually a Lindgren solo record. His upbeat pop songs — sort of a synth-happy R. Stevie Moore — are witty and sophisticated. The B-side includes a cover of the Yardbirds' "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago." The 1980 rendition of that classic took a Kraftwerkian electro-pop approach; the record's 1984 reissue replaced it with a heavy metal guitar version. Have a Lousy Xmas offers a topical foursome of laughable ill cheer originals (e.g., "Jingle Hell") played by Lindgren with Space Negro alumnus Roger Miller and others.
The windily titled album, recorded between 1981 and 1985 with a large number of instrumental contributors, consists entirely of exotically idiomatic (raga, bluegrass, Balkan, etc.) easy-listening instrumental interpretations of songs originally popularized by such venerable musical organizations as the Seeds, Who, Easybeats, Balloon Farm, Smoke, 13th Floor Elevators, Hotlegs and Tomorrow. Not as conceptually explosive as the Residents perhaps, but delightful.
Flipper may have a gripe against Public Image for lifting their concept of a generic record sleeve, but Family Fun — a Lindgren-led quartet — has them both beat. The cover of their 1981 EP (one side of four electro-pop tunes with Sara Goodman providing folkie vocals over the slightly off-kilter backing and a side of instrumental "EZ Listening Music") mimics the no-name products in grocery stores by carrying only the word "RECORD" stenciled over "Net Wt. 4.9 Oz. (45 RPM.) 135 g."
[Ira Robbins]

Thursday, February 20, 2014

SEVEN YEARS WAR Ranks of the Common People (year unknown)

Political hardcore outfit from Burlington, VT (USA). Active in the mid 90's.


One Of Every Three