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The band at their best, live across the USA, with the new studio track and hit "Man Overboard". Other tracks include "Dumpweed," "What's My Age Again," "All the Small Things," "The Country Song," "Family Reunion" and more.
blink-182 - Mark Tom & Travis Show [Import]
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Hailing from the streets of Boston comes the Dropkick Murphys, a working class OI! Punk band. Appearing on Hellcat's compilation album Give 'Em the Boot, their single "Bar Room Heroes" was named.
Dropkick Murphys - Do or Die
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First ever career spanning compilation from the ultimate punk prototype. Includes 21 remastered tracks, 2 previously unissued songs, plus a rare live version of "Blank Generation" performed by Hell and Television at CBGB.
Richard Hell - Spurts: The Richard Hell Story [Remastered]
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Sensibly the most developmental and skeletal of Big Black's releases, Steve Albini's first official contribution to the rock world is a batch of sparse, minimal new wave recorded cheaply in two different apartment locations. With the exception of some sax provided by John Bohnen, everything is done by the young Albini, then a student at Northwestern. Not-so-pleasant views of morality "I Can Be Killed", post-mortem fornication with an army vet "Dead Billy", and primal living "Steelworker" provide some of the subject matter, matching the bleakly realist lyricism of Swans with a slight bastardization of the precise, jagged minimalism of Wire, Devo, and Suicide. Limited to a trebly buzz and augmented by a Casiotone, the guitar has little of the electrifying clamor and rattle of later releases. Throughout, Albini sounds about as angry as a youth from the wilds of Montana could possibly be -- and lord only knows how much resourcefulness was required to be exposed to his influences. Locating to the Chicago area obviously helped; who knows what this man would have done if he hadn't found an outlet for his aggressions? [Lungs was later issued on CD as part of The Hammer Party, originally on Homestead and later on Touch & Go. It was also reissued in its own vinyl version.]
Big Black - Lungs EP [Vinyl]
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On November 22, Anti/Epitaph Records are thrilled to be re-releasing two seminal albums by the band. For the first time the acclaimed band's catalogue has been united, as their classic albums Fallow (1997) and Left And Leaving (2000) join more recent Anti offerings including the critically heralded Reunion Tour, of which Paste magazine said, "If such a prize existed, it would be the leading candidate for this year's Punk Pulitzer."
The Weakerthans - Left And Leaving
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In a world ruled increasingly by superstition and intolerance, Bad Religion's rousing wall-of-sound punk seems about as necessary now as ever before. It is the impassioned sound of reason, anthems of a bittersweet idealism and a guarded hope set to propulsive guitars and charging drumbeats. And while most groups with even half the artistic output have long ago morphed into stylistic self parody, Bad Religion is currently surging forward with a renewed creative intensity. Their fourteenth album is both a nod to the band's defiant past and an undeniable step forward in the evolution of a genre they helped define.

Bad Religion - New Maps of Hell
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This special edition of the legendary documentary from filmmaker Todd Phillips consists of the most detailed and intimate footage the world will ever see of GG Allin. Both fans and critics alike have praised this film for it's truthfully brutal portrait of GG Allin.
Gg Allin - Hated: GG Allin and the Murder Junkies (Special Edition)
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This breathtaking performance displays why Bad Brains became one of the most important bands in the history of American Hardcore. On Christmas Eve 1982, Bad Brains began their three-day stint at a Hardcore Festival hosted by legendary CBGB. This CD represents the very best of these shows, culled from over 4 hours of footage. Their live performances were legendary. Now for the first time on CD, that powerful performance is revisited in extraordinary fashion.
Bad Brains - Live CBGB 1982
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Heavy Petting Zoo is the sixth release from this humorous punk band. Even though NOFX doesn't take themselves too seriously (previous album titles include I Heard They Suck Live and Punk in Drublic), their musicianship does not reflect this attitude. Imagine Green Day with tighter, faster rhythms and competent guitar solos. That paints a pretty good picture of what NOFX is about. Tracks include "Hobophobic," "Philthy Phil Philanthropist" and "Drop the World."
NOFX - Heavy Petting Zoo
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Bad Religion are celebrating three decades of influential, thought provoking and groundbreaking punk rock with a new record and 15th studio album, THE DISSENT OF MAN. The result is one of the band's most forward thinking and musically varied albums ever.
Bad Religion - The Dissent Of Man
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International Superhits! Featuring two new songs plus of the 19 of the band's most popular tracks from it's four Reprise albums, from the debut singl e " Longview", to " Basket Case," " When I Come Around," " J.A.R." and " Minority," International Superhits! Is a retrospective not only of Green Da y but of the modern rock era.
Green Day - International Superhits
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On UNKNOWN ROAD Pennywise step up their songwriting maintaining all their fury and intensity and layout their philosophy of independence and the importance of daring to live every moment to it's fullest. Features such classics as "Homesick," "Unknown Road," "It's Up to Me" and "you Can Demand". Arguably the quintessential So Cal hardcore record of the 90s.
Pennywise - Unknown Road
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2012 release from the Canadian Progressive Thrash legends. Propagandhi join the Epitaph roster with Failed States just in time for their politically engaged anthems to form a soundtrack to that magical theatrical production known as the US elections. Failed States is the band's sixth album, and their second as a four piece with the addition of Dave "The Beaver" Guillas on guitar. This has led to a distinctive thickening and fortifying of the band's sound, to the point where they now achieve maximum heaviness, in a good way. For example, in past years, their live show has been described as both "alright" and "ok. " with the addition of the Beaver to the arsenal, it is now being hailed as "decent" and "satisfactory. " This is most definitely the best Propagandhi album yet, full of loud, fast, indignant songs that stick in your head.
Propagandhi - Failed States
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After the end of the Sex Pistols Johnny Rotten (or John Lydon) had built a new career with his band Public Image Limited. The early albums, "First Issue", "Metal Box" and "Flowers of Romance" are now seen as classics of post punk and the highlights of these albums are in this unique Rockpalast concert. The experimental mix of dub, punk, noise and dance still sounds fresh. Included is a rare performance of the Sex Pistols' "Anarchy in the UK" as well as a backstage interview and rehearsal footage.
Public Image Ltd. - Live at Rockpalast
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The Sufferer&The Witness, Rise Against's fourth album, continues to build upon the band's solid punk foundation--it is a striking collection, with Rise Against using elements from spoken word, expanded balladry and simply plodding forward with a faster, harder, louder ethic.
Rise Against - The Sufferer and The Witness
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D.R.I.

Live At CBGB's 1984

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The early to mid-'80s saw several bands that would merge hard rock/metal together with hardcore - most being based in New York City at the time (Cro-Mags, Murphy's Law, and Bad Brains). There were certainly a few exceptions to this 'regional rule' however, as evidenced by Texas' D.R.I. Live at CBGB's 1984, which contains a whopping 40 tracks on a single disc - quite a few tracks fail to even reach the one-minute mark, does a fine job of capturing all of the fury and youth (singer Kurt Brecht sounds like he's about 13 years old). Included are explosive renditions of such early D.R.I. classics as 'I Don't Need Society', 'Reaganomics' and 'War Crimes'. If you frequented Sunday matinee hardcore shows at CBGB's in the '80s, then Live at CBGB's 1984 is sure to bring back some great mosh-pit memories.
D.R.I. - Live At CBGB's 1984
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Final Days: Anthems for the Apocalpse album for sale by Plasmatics was released Mar 05, 2002 on the Plasmatics Media label. From the angry, guitar-bonfire opener, "The Doom Song, " through to the closing track, the hardcore "Finale, " Final Days is a vigorous, lusty album. Final Days: Anthems for the Apocalpse songs Though a rehashing of previously released material, this is a seamless selection of numbers that feel like they belong together. (In fact, the liner notes declare that the disc's central theme is "the collision with disaster of the corrupt and 'brain dead' status quo." Final Days: Anthems for the Apocalpse CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs.
Plasmatics - Final Days: Anthems for the Apocalpse
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Since forming 4 years ago, Blink 182 has sound scanned over 45,000 copies of it's debut record, Cheshire Cat. The band is heavily involved in the boardsport community and have toured the U.S. with the likes of NOFX and Pennywise and internationally throughout Canada, Australia and Japan (with No Doubt). Blink 182 will again take the main stage on the Warped Tour '97, which starts early July. 1st promo single/video: "DAMMIT" serviced to commercial alternative, rock and college radio.
blink-182 - Dude Ranch
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Austin's longtime favorites Butthole Surfers are back with a highly anticipated new album. They've been infiltrating the American public with appearances on Nintendo's TV commercials. They had a track on the Dumb And Dumber soundtrack. Their singer jams with Johnny Depp. They've been releasing albums since 1981 and have garnered a strong fan base. Put it all together and it spells "sales". Tracks include the first single/video "Pepper," "Birds" and "Cough Syrup."
Butthole Surfers - Electriclarryland
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Four CD set, the first-ever box set devoted to new wave/punk loonies Radio Stars! 68 tracks of melodic mayhem! Disc One is the band's debut album, originally released in 1977 by Chiswick Records. A certified power pop punk classic it features the UK Top 40 single 'Nervous Wreck'. The band's second and final album is Disc Two and features the single 'The Real Me' and a re-working of the seminal 'No Russians In Russia'. The third disc contains a variety of non LP singles, b-sides and studio out-takes, many of the tracks appearing here on CD for the first time. The previously unreleased 'Beast Of Ankara' has also been added as a bonus. Three previously unissued sessions for BBC Radio 1's legendary John Peel show plus an unreleased In Concert for the same radio station are what you will find on Disc Four. In depth liner notes by Dave Thompson are a feature of the 24 page booklet which also includes pictures of all the relevant records as well as clippings, adverts, etc... Each CD is housed in it's own individual cardboard wallet and then packed into a hard back clam shell box.
Radio Stars - Thinking Inside The Box
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While these didn't end up on the studio albums, these tracks each hold true in their own right, and together as a collection really show an interesting progression through the first 15 years of Rancid. While it is available on CD, this is your first chance to grab most of these hidden gems and fill out your Rancid collection on vinyl. This set also includes Rancid's 1992 self-titled 7" EP (PIR060). 7" pack is bound together with a collectible, printed, faux leather obi-strip and is limited to 1,000 copies.
Rancid - B Sides & C Sides
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