I will post damn near anything for local bands who want to get their music out there, so email me at:


Include a link to your shit and don't be a fag, you fucking faggot. Eat a dick. Lick on these testicles. I wanna anally inseminate Miles Ellerbeck (this will probably be here a year or two before he sees it...Love you bro). Also open yourself up to constructive criticism. I'll bluntly tell you it sucks and give the world a link to see just how bad it sucks. I am mimicking the stream of conscious asshole blogger speech now. Fuck you and eat several more dicks.

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Fuck You

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

G.B.H-City Baby Attacked By Rats

G.B.H-City Baby Attacked By Rats:

1. Time Bomb
2. Sick Boy
3. Wardogs
4. Slut
5. Maniac
6. Gunned Down
7. I Am The Hunted
8. City Baby Attacked By Rats
9. Prayer Of A Realist
10. Passenger On The Menu
11. Heavy Discipline
12. Boston babies
13. Bellend Bop
14. No Survivors
15. Self Destruct
16. Big Women
17. Am I Dead Yet
18. Slit Your Own Throat


Black Sabbath-Paranoid

Black Sabbath-Paranoid:

1. War Pigs
2. Paranoid
3. Planet Caravan
4. Iron Man
5. Electric Funeral
6. Hand Of Doom
7. Rat Salad
8. Jack The Stripper/Fairies Wear Boots


Monday, May 25, 2009

Ice-T-Rhyme Pays

Ice-T-Rhyme Pays:

1. Intro/Rhyme Pays
2. 6 'N The Morning
3. Make It Funky
4. Somebody Gotta Do It (Pimpin' Ain't Easy)
5. 409
6. I Love Ladies
7. Sex
8. Pain
9. Squeeze The Trigger
10. Make It Funky (12" Mix)
11. Sex (Instrumental)
12. Somebody Gotta Do It (Pimpin' Ain't Easy) (12" Mix)
13. Our Most Requested Record (Long Version)


N.W.A.-N.W.A. And The Posse

N.W.A.-N.W.A. And The Posse:

1. Boys N The Hood
2. 8 Ball
3. Dunk The Funk
4. A Bitch Iz A Bitch
5. Drink It Up
6. Panic Zone
7. L.A. Is The Place
8. Dope Man
9. Tuffest Man Alive
10. Fat Girl
11. 3 The Hard Way


Zyklome A-Noise And Distortion

Zyklome A were a hardcore punk band from Belgium that existed in the early 80s to about the mid-late 80s...I'm not really sure. "Noise And Distortion" came out in 1997 and basically serves as their complete discography, spanning their "Made In Belgium" LP, EP's , compilation release and live sets. "We All Hate Cops", and "I Hate This World, But I Love My Life" are just two examples of the hardcore greats you'll find here...I'll give you 38 reasons to love this band (See accompanying track list). Give them a listen. Enjoy!

Zyklome A-Noise And Distortion:

1. Why?
2. Target Of Police Controls
3. Save The Last Pogo For Me
4. Somewhere They're Still Fighting
5. We All Hate Cops
6. Scapegoats
7. Belgium
8. Change Your Life
9. I Hate This World, But I Love My Life
10. Last War
11. Atomic Powers
12. Sick Administration
13. People Die
14. De Bommen Vallen
15. Computerized World
16. Angry Faces
17. Abort All Wars
18. Telaat
19. Different Kind Of People
20. School
21. In The Night I Feel Free
22. The End
23. Chemical Abuse
24. Mindless Violence
25. Noise And Distortion
26. Hardcore Bleus
27. World Facism/Different Kind Of People (Live)
28. Democratic Indoctrination (Live)
29. What A Life (Live)
30. Fuck E.T. (Live)
31. Somewhere They're Still Fighting (Live)
32. Scapegoats (Live)
33. Change Your Life (Live)
34. I Hate This World, But I Love My Life (Live)
35. People Die (Live)
36. The End (Live)
37. Target Of Police Controls (Live)
38. School (Live)


G.G. Elvis And The T.C.P. Band-Back From The Dead

G.G. Elvis And The T.C.P. Band play Elvis covers in the same vein as Me First And The Gimme Gimmes play their covers. They take Elvis lyrics and retrofit them to the music of classic punk songs. I enjoyed it profusely. The band is a Nardcore super-group of sorts as past and present members of Agression, Stäläg 13, Ill Repute, Bad Samaritans, and NOFX encompass membership. Check it out. Enjoy!

G.G. Elvis And The T.C.P. Band-Back From The Dead:

1. Intro/That's Alright Mama
2. Viva Las Vegas
3. In The Ghetto
4. Don't Cry Daddy
5. Suspicious Minds
6. Burning Love
7. Blue Suede Shoes
8. Devil In Disguise
9. A Little Less Conversation
10. Little Sister
11. Wonder Of You
12. Love Me Tender
13. My Way/Outro


Rancid-Rancid (2000)

We all know Rancid as that band that ripped off the Clash more so than any other band to ever exist, as that band that ruined "Somebody's Gonna Die" by Blitz and as that band with Jerry's kids' alumnus Timmy on vocals. Rancid, at the point before this album had been released were at their peak of Clash wannabe-ism. "Rancid (2000)" strips away most of the Clash, the ska, the shit, the crap and the bullshit for what is a damn fine piece of hardcore punk. Their first two albums were nowhere near as good, or even as fast. They hadn't given Matt Freeman a turn at lead vocals since "Lets Go" and here they finally passed the mic stand over to the bass extraordinaire for 3 songs. Of the singers of Rancid, I've always thought Matt was underutilized. He has a deep, gritty bellow similar to Barry White if Barry White smoked 3 packs a day. This is the best Rancid had to offer, so enjoy it!

Rancid-Rancid (2000):

1. Don Giovanni
2. Disgruntled
3. It's Quite Alright
4. Let Me Go
5. I Am Forever
6. Poison
7. Loki
8. Blackhawk Down
9. Rwanda
10. Corruption
11. Antennas
12. Rattlesnake
13. Not To Regret
14. Radio Havanna
15. Axiom
16. Black Derby Jacket
17. Meteor Of War
18. Dead Bodies
19. Rigged On A Fix
20. Young Al Capone
21. Reconciliation
22. GGF


Oxymoron-Best Before 2000

Oxymoron (from Germany) plays the modern form of street punk, but are one of the closest to the original UK Oi!/street punk genre of the late 70s and early 80s...Listen and you'll know what I mean...Street punk as it is today has become a very broad classification in the sense in encompasses everything from British sounding oi punk to American influenced Hardcore punk that happens to say "oi" a lot. The only unifying thing seems to be the "uniform". Fuck, I tend to fall off subject from time to time, but I'll get back to the point...The point is that Oxymoron kicks ass. They also do one of the most respectful Blitz covers I've heard. They didn't bastardize it like Rancid did with "Somebody's Gonna Die", but kept their version of "New Age" original, albeit with better recording quality. Enjoy!

Oxymoron-Best Before 2000:

1. Dead End Generation
2. Black Cats
3. Bondage
4. Beware, Poisonous
5. Another Day, Another Mess
6. Anti
7. Idols Are Out
8. Crisis Identity
9. F.O.E.
10. Big Brother
11. Skunk
12. Borstal
13. A.U.
14. Faces From Below
15. Weirdoz
16. Hey You
17. The Whole World's...
18. New Age (Blitz)


The Casualties-For The Punx + Die Hards

The Casualties are an easy band to love. They are equally as easy to hate as well. I've done my fair share of Casual-ties bashing, but what it really comes down to is that I hate their fans, not their music. I may be a "fan", but I am not the quintessential Casualties fan. I fucking hate the Pun(X). The Casualties play simple street punk reminiscent of British UK82, but possibly dumber in lyrical content, but again maybe not as dumb as Wattie and his crew of mischievous butt pirates.

The Casualties do get a lot of shit, some of which I feel is misguided. There are people I know who'll bash The Casualties and then go pop in some Unseen, Virus or A Global Threat record. A little hypocritical, but then again, personal taste conquers in all listening situations. Anyways, here are two Casualties albums I really enjoy, "For The Punx" and "Die Hards". Enjoy!

The Casualties-For The Punx:

1. For The Punx
2. Ugly Bastards
3. City Life
4. Riot
5. Casualties
6. Who's Gonna Be...
7. Police Brutality
8. Punx And Skinz
9. Destruction and Hate
10. Two Faced
11. Chaos Punx
12. Punk Rock Love


The Casualties-Die Hards:

1. Nightmare
2. City Council
3. Ruining It All
4. Get Off My Back
5. Victims
6. This Is Your Life
7. Die Hards
8. No Turning Back
9. Can't Stop Us
10. Mierda Mundial
11. Punk Rock
12. Divide And Conquer
13. Made In N.Y.C.


Thursday, May 21, 2009

Suicidal Tendencies

Here's two old videos of Suicidal Tendencies before they started dressing like Cholos who played metal. The songs are pretty fucking good though. They sound nothing like "Suicidal Tendencies" here...It's pretty fucking funny seeing Mike Muir with bleach blond hair, no bandanna, generally looking like a clean-cut, white-bred surf punk. Enjoy!


Parents For Adoption:

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Bloodhound Gang-Hooray For Boobies

I got this CD when it first came out...The Wal-Mart version that is...Then for a while I had one of those Columbia House Music Club things and I got the version with the Tipper Sticker. What a difference that sticker makes. The Bloodhound Gang supplemented my juvenile lust for all things naughty...Since my balls hadn't dropped yet, masturbating to it was out of the question. This album represents those moments in middle school when saying "fuck", "shit", "piss", "cunt", "ass", "poo", "sex", "dick", etc. was still daring and not part of your every day (or every 5-second) vocabulary. Two thing become evident after listening to this record and those are: it's hard to rhyme a word like vagina and that there is absolutely no redeeming moral fiber to be found here, just elementary indulgence. In other words, it's the only waste of time that I would prescribe. Enjoy!

Bloodhound Gang-Hooray For Boobies:

1. I Hope You Die
2. The Inevitable Return Of The Great White Dope
3. Mama's Boy
4. Three Point One Four
5. Mope
6. Yummy Down On This
7. The Ballad Of Chasey Lain
8. R.S.V.P.
9. Magna Cum Nada
10. The Bad Touch
11. That Cough Came With A Prize
12. Take The Long Way Home
13. Hell Yeah
14. Right Turn Clyde
15. This Is Stupid
16. A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When The Stripper Is Crying
17. The Ten Coolest Things About New Jersey
18. Along Comes Mary
19. Studio Bullshit


David Peel & The Lower East Side-Have A Marijuana

Proto-punk is defined as the precursor to punk, basically what shared musical traits in line with punk before punk was punk. By that definition, David Peel & The Lower East Side isn't proto-punk. If you expand it to include bands that had a similar attitude, they could be lumped in there. The Hippie movement and the Punk movement, as different as they were, did have a lot of parallels...And you'll hear those parallels on this record...To be honest, David Peel & The Lower East Side were like a bunch of stoned hippies around a campfire singing about police brutality and weed...But I like it. Give it a chance, Enjoy!

David Peel & The Lower East Side-Have A Marijuana:

1. Mother, Where Is My Father
2. I Like Marijuana
3. Here Comes A Cop
4. I've Got Some Grass
5. Happy Mother's Day
6. Up Against the Wall
7. I Do My Balling In the Bathroom
8. Alphabet Song
9. Show Me the Way To Get Stoned
10. We Love You


Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Chaos U.K.-The Best Of Chaos U.K.

Chaos U.K.-The Best Of Chaos U.K.:

1. 4 Minute Warning
2. Victimized
3. Kill Your Baby
4. No Security
5. Hypocrite
6. Selfish Few
7. False Prophets
8. Parental Love
9. Farmyard Boogie
10. Lawless Britain
11. Living In Fear
12. Detention Centre
13. Support
14. Little Bastard
15. Back To San Clemente
16. Used And Abused
17. Bak To Skool
18. Depression
19. World Stock Exchange
20. Indecision
21. Uniform Choice
22. Head On A Pole
23. Vicious Cabaret
24. Happy Spastic
25. King For A Day


Monday, May 18, 2009

Reagan Youth-A Collection Of Pop Classics

Reagan Youth-A Collection Of Pop Classics:

1. Reagan Youth
2. New Aryans
3. (Are You) Happy?
4. No Class
5. I Hate Hate
6. Degenerated
7. Go Nowhere
8. USA
9. Anytown
10. In Dog We Trust
11. It's A Beautiful Day
12. Jesus Was A Communist
13. Urban Savages
14. What Will The Neighbors Think?
15. Get The Ruler Out
16. Brave New World
17. Miss Teen America
18. Heavy Metal Shuffle
19. Queen Babylon
20. Acid Rain
21. One Holy Bible
22. Back To The Garden (Parts I-IV)



Samhain is Glenn Danzig's second band and is a bridge of sorts from the Misfits to the band called Danzig. This album abandons the B-movie cliche's in favor of the most literal of evil. Sound-wise, we have a record slower than Earth AD, but still heavier than anything Danzig did before. It's still predominately a hardcore punk/horror punk album, as the transition to total metal hadn't been made yet. If anything, this album (and the band, Samhain) served as the proving grounds for what was to come. My favorite track has got to be "Archangel", an evil sing-along Satanic chant...If you get stoned listening to it, you hear Satan growling at you...It freaked me the fuck out a few years ago and I'm still scarred. This album made me believe that there was evil in this world and that evil happened to be a 4 foot elf named Glenn. Enjoy!


1. Initium/Samhain
2. Black Dream
3. All Murder, All Guts, All Fun
4. Macabre
5. He-Who-Can-Not-Be-Named
6. Horror Biz
7. Shift
8. Howl
9. Archangel


Sunday, May 17, 2009


I stole this one from Vultch from One Life 2 Liver.

Formerly known as Kildozer, K.I.L. is one of the best of the Desert Rat bands of the High Desert. They channel both punk and ska, ending up with some pretty pissed off music that says "fuck you" to everyone and everything. Give them a listen. And purchase their album here.


1. Drinkin' Beer
2. The Underground
3. Loaded Gun
4. Kildozer
5. Dropout
6. 8 to 80
7. Mohawk Revolution


All Or Nothing H.C.-Search For The Strength

All Or Nothing H.C. is a pretty decent female fronted hardcore band. I saw them quite a few times a few years back at the now closed Showcase Theatre in Corona. The front-woman, Renae always delivered an energetic stage show, jumping into the crowd, trying to get things moving and blabbering on and on about that Boondock Saints movie in between songs...This is a great fucking band that deserves a listen. Enjoy!

All Or Nothing H.C.-Search For The Strength:

1. Search For Strength
2. Motivation
3. Changed
4. Regret
5. Your Integrity
6. There
7. La Maestra
8. Deliberate
9. Other Side
10. Knife to My Neck


7 Seconds-Walk Together, Rock Together

7 Seconds-Walk Together, Rock Together:

1. Regress, No Way
2. We're Gonna Fight
3. In Your Face
4. Spread
5. 99 Red Balloons
6. Remains To Be Seen
7. Walk Together, Rock Together
8. How Do You Think You'd Feel
9. Strength
10. Still Believe
11. Out of Touch
12. Drug Control
13. Bottomless Pit
14. This Is The Angry, Pt. 2/New Wind/We're Gonna Fight [Live][Medley]


Combat 84-The Charge Of The 7th Cavalry

Combat 84-The Charge Of The 7th Cavalry:

1. Rapist
2. Violence
3. Combat 84
4. Skinhead
5. F82123
6. Poseur
7. 1982
8. World War
9. Trouble
10. Soldier
11. Rapist
12. Combat 84


Combat 84-Orders Of The Day

Combat 84-Orders Of The Day:

1. Violence
2. Combat 84
3. Poseur
4. Skinhead
5. Rapist
6. Barry Prudom
7. Right To Choose
8. I'm Alright
9. 1982
10. Trouble
11. F82123
12. Soldier
13. Violence (Remix)
14. Barry Produm (Remix)


Wasted Youth-Reagan's In

Here's a classic LA Hardcore album...Wasted Youth (or LA's Wasted Youth) is fucking great and this is their fucking best release, if their only decent one. It was a hallmark album and further raised the bar for all hardcore punk to follow. Enjoy!

Wasted Youth-Reagan's In:

1. Reagan's In
2. Problem Child
3. Teenage Nark
4. Uni-High Beefrag
5. Born Deprived
6. Fuck Authority
7. You're A Jerk
8. We Were On Heroin
9. Punk For A Day
10. Flush The Bouncers


Delinquent Habits-Delinquent Habits

Fans of Cypress Hill should dig Delinquent Habits. They are pretty sick, plus their MC, Ivan, is my tattoo artist. Check 'em out.

Delinquent Habits-Delinquent Habits:

1. Tres Delinquentes
2. Lower Eastside
3. Juvy
4. What It Be Like
5. I'm Addicted
6. The Realm
7. S.A.L.T.
8. Good Times
9. Break 'Em Off
10. What's Real Iz Real
11. If You Want Some
12. Another Fix
13. Underground Connection
14. When The Stakes Are High


Saturday, May 16, 2009

Metallica-Acoustic Metal

Metallica-Acoustic Metal:

1. Low Man's Lyric
2. Helpless
3. The Four Horsemen
4. Poor Twisted Me
5. Nothing Else Matters
6. Creeping Death
7. Tuesday's Gone
8. A) Last Caress B) Fade To Black
9. Fade To Black (Continued)
10. Bleeding Me
11. Medley, Seek And Destroy, Fight Fire With Fire


Steve-O-The Dumbest Asshole In Hip-Hop

The title doesn't lie. Steve-O, notable for hurting himself on MTV's Jackass, is the dumbest asshole in hip-hop and that's a mantle well deserved. This album is good for a quick laugh or two and then to never listen to it again. It really sucks ass. Steve-O isn't even someone I could see as ever possessing the skills necessary to be a decent rapper. His voice is horrible and his rhymes are elementary at best. This record is billed as being "comedy gangsta-rap"..."Gangsta-rap" and "Steve-O" should never be uttered in the same sentence. I have a hard enough time with "comedy" sharing a sequence of words with "Steve-O". It gets old quick...Fuck it, I found something enjoyable in it, maybe you will to...Enjoy!

Steve-O-The Dumbest Asshole In Hip-Hop:

1. Steve-O's Goffy Intro
2. Hard As A Rock (Original Version)
3. People Giggled (Interlude)
4. Crack Cocaine (Feels So Good) (Original Version)
5. Discussion Begin (Interlude)
6. Poppin' Off
7. Whoo Kid (Interlude)
8. Down With STD's
9. I Wasn't Supposed To (Interlude)
10. Poke The Puss feat. Kool G Rap
11. Steve-O's Stupid Outro


Thursday, May 14, 2009

Septic Death-Now That I Have The Attention, What Do I Do With It?

Septic Death (from Boise, Idaho) was Pushead's band. Pushead is most notable for his artwork, which graced releases by Metallica, The Misfits, among others. The band itself is one of the more extreme bands to come from the early hardcore scene and they were both influential and instrumental in the development of thrashcore, powerviolence, crust and grindcore. I could probably best compare them to the Misfits' "Earth AD" album, as in "fast hardcore with a very dark aesthetic", but then again, there were so few bands from that era that really came close to what Septic Death sounded like, that any comparison is ultimately unfair to their sound...They were unique for their time. Enjoy!

Septic Death-Now That I Have The Attention, What Do I Do With It?:

1. Burial
2. Quit
3. Dream Silent
4. Child
5. Terrorain
6. Thaw
7. Poison Mask
8. Hardware
9. Silence
10. Control
11. Sweat Of A Nightmare
12. Negative Threat
13. Never Trust
14. Mental Cancer
15. Fear
16. Advantage
17. Gore Story


SoCal SoNs

Check 'em out (click the pic):

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Hirax-Raging Violence

Hirax-Raging Violence:

1. Demons Forces
2. Blitzkrieg Air Attack
3. Guardian Protector
4. Bombs Of Death
5. Defeat Of Amalek
6. Raging Violence
7. Call Of The Gods
8. Warlords Command
9. Suicide
10. Executed
11. The Gauntlet
12. Destruction And Terror
13. Destroy
14. Bloodbath


Eric B. & Rakim-Paid In Full

Eric B. & Rakim-Paid In Full:

1. I Ain't No Joke
2. Eric B. Is On The Cut
3. My Melody
4. I Know You Got Soul
5. Move The Crowd
6. Paid In Full
7. As The Rhyme Goes On
8. Chinese Arithmetic
9. Eric B. Is President
10. Extended Beat


KRS-One-A Retrospective

KRS-One-A Retrospective:

1. My Philosophy
2. I'm Still #1
3. South Bronx
4. Sound Of Da Police
5. Love´s Gonna Get'Cha-Material Love
6. Step Into A World-Rapture´s Delight
7. You Must Learn
8. Jack Of Spades
9. The Bridge Is Over
10. Jimmy
11. Criminal Minded
12. Black Cop
13. MC's Act Like They Don't Know
14. Why Is That
15. Outta Here
16. Essays On BDP-Ism

Download 1

Download 2

*You need to use HJsplit to join both parts, then use WinRAR to extract the files.

Disfear-A Brutal Sight Of War

Disfear-A Brutal Sight Of War:

1. A Brutal Sight Of War
2. Judgment Day
3. Forced To Conform
4. No Hope Of Survival
5. Religion
6. Min Elegi
7. Undergång
8. Vietnam I Dag
9. Det Sista Kriget


Conflict-The Ungovernable Force

Conflict-The Ungovernable Force:

1. You Cannot Win
2. The Ungovernable Farce
3. A Piss In The Ocean
4. C.R.A.S.S.
5. Custom Rock
6. 1986, The Battle Continues
7. Mental Mania
8. The Ungovernable Force
9. They Said That
10. Force Or Service
11. The Arrest
12. Statement
13. The Day Before
14. This Is The A.L.F.
15. To Be Continued...


The Partisans-Best Of The Partisans

The Partisans-Best Of The Partisans:

1. Police Story
2. Killing Machine
3. Arms Race
4. No U Turns
5. 17 Years Of Hell
6. Bastards In Blue
7. Power & The Greed
8. Mindless Violence
9. Don't Blame Us
10. I Don't Give A Fuck
11. Partisans
12. Blind Ambition
13. Change
14. Come Clean
15. I Never Needed You
16. The Time Was Right
17. Anger And Fear (Your All Alone)
18. Only 21
19. Run Go Grab
20. Eyes Shut


Tuesday, May 12, 2009

NOFX-Maximum Rock 'N' Roll

Before Fat Mike became the elitist swine he is today, he fronted one of the greatest hardcore punk bands of the mid to late 80s...We all know what became of NOFX after "S&M Airlines", as they rode the wave of crappy pop-punk and ska that was popular back then. I may be elitist swine myself, but at least I'm not like Officer Mike Burkett, enforcing punk law on everyone, telling them that "they're wrong". Fuck him. Anyways, enjoy this collection of early NOFX recordings.

NOFX-Maximum Rock 'N' Roll:

1. Live Your Life
2. My Friends
3. Six Pack Girls
4. Bang Gang
5. Hit It Hold It Back
6. Hold it Back
7. ID
8. Cops And Donuts
9. Iron Man
10. Shitting Bricks
11. Moms Rule
12. Oh My Mind
13. White Bread
14. Lager In The Dark
15. Too Mixed Up
16. Drain Bamaged
17. Bob Turkee
18. No Problems
19. Memories
20. Beast Within
21. Instrumental
22. Ant Attack


Gorilla Biscuits-Gorilla Biscuits

Gorilla Biscuits-Gorilla Biscuits:

1. High Hopes
2. Big Mouth
3. No Reason Why
4. GM2
5. Hold Your Ground
6. Breaking Free
7. Finish What You Started
8. Sitting Around At Home
9. Biscuit Power
10. Short End Of The Stick
11. Hold Your Ground (Different Lyrics)
12. GM1


Broken Bones-Bonecrusher

Broken Bones-Bonecrusher:

1. Seeing Through My Eyes
2. The Point Of Agony
3. Decapitated
4. It's Like
5. Death Is Imminent
6. Treading Underfoot
7. Bonecrusher
8. Delusion & Anger
9. Choose Death
10. Untamed Power


Monday, May 11, 2009

GG Allin And The Criminal Quartet-Carnival Of Excess

GG Allin had a varied musical output...Everything from Ramones-y sounding punk/pop to hardcore punk and country, his various backing bands and himself performed in many different styles. This is "Carnival Of Excess", an album of tuneful outlaw country classics in the vein of Hank Williams, with obviously more explicit lyrical content. It has everything you've come to expect from GG, which is misogynistic, sexist, and violent songs about rape, murder and social alienation...This time with an acoustic guitar. I love this shit! Enjoy!

GG Allin And The Criminal Quartet-Carnival Of Excess:

1. Outskirts Of Life
2. Guns, Bitches, Brawls And Bottles
3. Carmelita (Warren Zevon)
4. Watch Me Kill
5. Fuck Authority
6. Son Of Evil
7. A Snake (Cold And Hard)
8. Pick Me Up (On Your Way Down) (Hoyt Axton)
9. No Rights
10. Borrowed Time


Negative FX-Negative FX

Negative FX-Negative FX:

1. Feel Like A Man
2. Together
3. Protester
4. Mind Control
5. I Know Better
6. Citizens Arrest
7. Negative FX
8. The Few, The Proud
9. Punch In The Face
10. Primary Attack
11. Hazardous Waste
12. Turn Your Back
13. Nightstick Justice
14. I D N T F S
15. Modern Problems
16. Nuclear Fear
17. VFW
18. Repeat


Saturday, May 9, 2009

Extreme Noise Terror-A Holocaust in Your Head

Extreme Noise Terror-A Holocaust in Your Head:

1. Statement
2. Deceived
3. We The Hopeless
4. Bullshit Propaganda
5. Fucked Up System
6. Show Us You Care
7. Use Your Mind
8. Innocence To Ignorance
9. Conned Thru Life
10. Murder
11. Take The Strain
12. Another Nail In The Coffin
13. Raping The Earth
14. Only In It For The Music (S.O.D. Off)


Thursday, May 7, 2009

Dead Kennedys-Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death

Dead Kennedys-Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death:

1. Police Truck
2. Too Drunk To Fuck
3. California Uber Alles
4. The Man With The Dogs
5. Insight
6. Life Sentence
7. A Child And His Lawnmower
8. Holiday In Cambodia
9. I Fought The Law
10. Saturday Night Holocaust
11. Pull My Strings
12. Short Songs
13. Straight A's
14. Kinky Sex Makes The World Go 'Round
15. The Prey
16. Night Of The Living Rednecks
17. Buzzbomb From Pasadena


Judas Priest-British Steel

Here's some classic metal to rock your socks off or suck your cocks off...Like Rob Halford, metal's favorite gay joke...But I really don't care if he's gay, I don't care if anyone's gay. To each his own...Think about the statement, "To Each His Own"...Sounds kinda gay, doesn't it? Judas Priest is one of my favorite bands, even though they are led by a leather-clad, stud wearing, flaming homosexual...Wait? That sounds like me and all those silly punkers. Fuck, I'm gay and I didn't even know it. I'll stop with the offensive, seemingly anti-homosexual rant. Everyone is a little gay inside...That's gay. You're gay. Faggot. Judas Priest. I know that it's not funny, so I'll stop trying to be...I had a friend who hated "gays", and he liked Judas Priest...Seriously, what the fuck? Enjoy!

Judas Priest-British Steel:

1. Breaking The Law
2. Rapid Fire
3. Metal Gods
4. Grinder
5. United
6. Living After Midnight
7. You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise
8. The Rage
9. Steeler


The Exploited-25 Years Of Anarchy And Chaos

This is a pretty good live record from the Exploited. It's also pretty good as a career retrospective. Enjoy!

The Exploited-25 Years Of Anarchy And Chaos:

1. Into
2. Let's Start A War
3. The Massacre
4. Dogs Of War
5. Noize Annoys
6. UK 82
7. Chaos Is My Life
8. Dead Cities
9. Lie To Me
10. Alternative
11. Troops Of Tomorrow
12. Never Sell Out
13. Rival Leaders
14. You're A Fuckin Bastard
15. Anarchy
16. Holidays In The Sun
17. Fuck The USA
18. Porno SLut
19. Beat The Bastards
20. Fuck The System
21. Army Life
22. Sex And Violence
23. Punks Not Dead
24. Was It Me
25. Outro

Download 1

Download 2

*You need to use HJsplit to join both parts, then use WinRAR to extract the files.

Infa Riot-Still Out Of Order

Infa Riot-Still Out Of Order:

1. Emergency
2. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
3. Five Minute Fashion
4. Each Dawn I Die
5. The Drug Squad
6. Still Out of Order
7. Catch 22
8. Power
9. Bootboys
10. The Winner
11. Friday Oh Friday
12. Catalogue Kids
13. In For A Riot
14. Kids Of The Eighties
15. School's Out
16. Feel The Rage
17. Five Minute Fashion (Demo)
18. Riot Riot (Demo)


Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Green Jellÿ-Cereal Killer Soundtrack

I'm feeling pretty shitty today. I think I have that swine flu shit, plus my cat ran away...So I'm pretty fucked up right now. Anyways, I listened to Green Jellÿ (aka Green Jellö) for the first time in about 5 years, give or take...And It's brightening my mood! If you're having a bad day, give Green Jellÿ a listen. Enjoy!

Green Jellÿ-Cereal Killer Soundtrack:

1. Obey The Cowgod
2. Three Little Pigs
3. Cereal Killer
4. Rock-N-Roll Pumpkihn
5. Anarchy In The U.K. (Bedrock)
6. Electric Harley House (Of Love)
7. Trippin' On XTC
8. Misadventures Of Shitman
9. House Me Teenage Rave
10. Flight Of The Skajaquada
11. Green Jellö Theme Song


Monday, May 4, 2009

A Couple Of DS-13 Albums...

DS-13 (Demon System 13) were a very fast hardcore band from Sweden. They were around from 1995 til about 2002. Here's a couple of releases to get into them if you're not already. Enjoy!

DS-13-For The Kids, Not The Business:

1. Make More Noise
2. Fight Back
3. MKP
4. Rikki Fake
5. Fukk Your Gods
6. Fascist Cop
7. 54 Words In 17 Seconds
8. War Is Menstrual Envy
9. Upperclass Vegans VS. Non-PC B
10. Pavlos Dogs
11. Rippin' Shit
12. DIY Or Die
13. New Aryans


DS-13-Killed By The Kids LP:

1. Lie
2. Vi Skatar Dom Dor
3. DIY Killed by the Kids
4. In The Name Of The Revolution
5. We're Hardcore, You're Not
6. Bastard Bizkit
7. Stold
8. I Am The Bastard
9. NATO Sucks
10. Proletarian Song
11. Watch Out
12. Umea Hardcore
13. Not My Fight
14. Technology Crisis
15. I Don't Trust You
16. I Don't Need You
17. Thrash Lifestyle
18. I Don't Wanna Be A Skinhead
19. Total War
20. C.I.S.S.
21. What's The Point
22. Media Blitz


Friday, May 1, 2009

Set To Destroy-Drink By Day, Swerve By Night

Here's Set To Destroy from Victorville. They formed from the ashes of Fecal Matter a couple years back. This is some dank shit. I very much enjoy! You will to. Thanks to Vultch at One Life 2 Liver for not getting pissed off cause I keep stealing stuff from his blog. Enjoy!

Set To Destroy-Drink By Day, Swerve By Night:

1. Set To Destroy
2. Toke, Thrash, Beer!
3. The Day That Straight Edge Died
4. Skate To Hell (Fecal Matter)
5. Drink Positive (RKL Cover)
6. Scrape My Pipe
7. You're Fake
8. Victorville


Dr. Know-The Best Of Dr. Know

Dr. Know-The Best Of Dr. Know:

1. U.S.A.
2. What To Do
3. Boy's Life
4. Life Returns
5. Fist Fuck
6. Egomaniac
7. Watch It Burn
8. In That House
9. Emergency Room
10. Piece Of Meat
11. Saviour
12. God Told Me To
13. Mr. Freeze
14. Fear The Intruder
15. Circle Of Fear
16. Deprogram
17. These Pressures
18. Citizens Of The World
19. Life (Instrumental)
20. Life Returns
21. Crucified
22. Live At Mystic
23. Stop The Machine
24. Ice House
25. Waste Of Time
26. Fear Of War
27. El Salvador
28. Vaccination
29. Darkness
30. God Bless America
31. Cold War
32. What To Do

Download Vol. 1

Download Vol. 2

Bad Brains-I Against I

I'd recommend this album based solely off the strength of the title track, but that's not to say the whole album isn't good...If not great. On this release, (the) Bad Brains successfully channeled that hardcore rage that made their first couple of releases classic into a more cohesive package that makes this album a landmark in both hardcore punk and metal...With no reggae detours, it keeps the energy flowing through it's entire run...All the tracks can be appreciated on one level or another. My only real criticism falls on the song "Sacred Love", but it's hard calling it a bad song. Maybe it's the way H.R. recorded his vocals over the phone in jail that turns me off. All in all, this recording is wrapped in an very MTV friendly package. It's not blisteringly fast, and the production value is quite high, so it's not hard to imagine this being played on MTV (which is was) or on the radio (which it was and is, from time to time, mostly late at night). (the) Bad Brains certainly deserve to be on that VH1 list, maybe a lot fucking higher though. Enjoy!

Bad Brains-I Against I:

1. Intro
2. I Against I
3. House Of Suffering
4. Re-Ignition
5. Secret 77
6. Let Me Help
7. She's Calling You
8. Sacred Love
9. Hired Gun
10. Return To Heaven