Category: Compilations

Die Young Stay Pretty comp. tape (Norway; 1984)

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A punk compilation with European, Australian and American bands including Fatal Existence from Reading PA.

Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

1 – Dead Virgins – Rape Capitol Hill
2 – Vicious Circle – Public Minister
3 – Rattus – Ei Vihnaa, Ei Kateutta
4 – Skjit-Lars – Ein Skigard
5 – Bloody Riot – C.I.S.
6 – SWA – Anarki
7 – Fatal Existence – Alinated
8 – Perdition – I`m Laughing (At You)
9 – Civil Dissident – The $ Buck Stops Here
10 – Diet Of Worms – Wild Thing (Live)
11 – Skjit-Lars – Æ Vil Spy På Verden
12 – Chronic Disorder – The Final Line
13 – End Result – I Won’t
14 – Bleah – Live At Hunstadsentret
15 – Rattus – Viinaa Suonissa, Kusta Päässä
16 – Civil Dissident – Exhibition A-An Ego Trip
17 – Bristles – Don`t Fall In Love
18 – Bleah – Live At Gimle
19 – Rattus – Whole Lotta Rosie
20 – Fatal Existence – We Don`t Want It
21 – X – ? (Live)
22 – Skjit-Lars – Alt Går Til Helvete
23 – Blå-s – Lillegutt
24 – SWA – De Control
25 – Civil Dissident – Tell Me The Solution
26 – Mental Crisis – Names Don`t Matter
27 – Diet Of Worms – Happy And Dumb
28 – Diet Of Worms – I Was A Poser
29 – Dead Virgins – World War Three
30 – Bloody Riot – Naia De Merda
31 – Chronic Disorder – Blood And Honor

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Meet Cafe Tape Compilation (Canada 1984)

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This compilation cassette was released by Meet Cafe fanzine from Vancouver, British Columbia.
Includes:
Fatal Existence – Fatal Existence was from Reading Pennsylvania and formed in June 1983
Red Tide – Punk Rock band from Victoria, British Colombia, Canada.
Dead End (Canada)
Mere Mortals (USA)
The Bill Of Rights – The Bill Of Rights formed in 1984 in Vancouver B.C., Canada.
Immoral Minority – Pure Vancouver H/C from the 80’s
Silent Minority (Canada)
Polkaholics – 80s band from Toronto, Canada
Hates – Punk band from Houston, Texas, USA. Formed in 1978
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II
Review from Maximum Rocknroll, No. 16 (Aug 1984)

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01 – Fatal Existence – Oppressive Police (USA)
02 – Fatal Existence – A Living Hell (USA)
03 – Red Tide – Cruise Missle (Canada)
04 – Red Tide – Tomatarama (Canada)
05 – Red Tide – Reagan Sucks (Canada)
06 – Dead End – Sheep Dont Care (Canada)
07 – Dead End – World So Shit (Canada)
08 – Mere Mortals – Liquid Laugh (USA)
09 – Mere Mortals – Do 2079 (USA)
10 – Bill of Rights – Drunk Government (Canada)
11 – Immoral Minority – Practice What You Preach (Canada)
12 – Immoral Minority – Madagascar (Canada)
13 – Silent Minority – Jazz Drums (Canada)
14 – Silent Minority – What is Freedom (Canada)
15 – Polkaholics – Zap the Universe (Canada)
16 – Hates – Also Watched (USA)
17 – Hates – Punk 1301 (USA)
18 – Hates – No Talk (USA)
19 – Fatal Existence – Alienated (USA)
20 – Fatal Existence – Grand Ol Flag (USA)
21 – Mere Mortals – Deaths Door (USA)
22 – Mere Mortals – Normal (USA)
23 – Immoral Minority – Theyre Cowards (Canada)
24 – Immoral Minority – Die Democratic (Canada)

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Lyric Sheets

Lyrics A

Lyrics B

Please Stop Comp (1982) & Annoy Your Neighbors With This Tape (1983)

Chainsaw Tapes
Both of these compilations tapes were put out by Chainsaw Fanzine from Bethlehem PA. After I posted I learned that this fanzine was put out by Dick Destiny of Dick Destiny & The Highway Kings.
On the Annoy Your Neighbor tape Senseless Hate, Tony T And The Bad Seeds, and Russian Meatsquats were from the Lehigh Valley. Some members of Tony T were later in Original Sins.
On the Please Stop tape Suburban Aggression and Professor Schnitzer were from Reading, Senseless Hate was from Bethlehem, and Wasted Talent was from State College PA. The drummer, Mick Begnal, from Wasted Talent was later in the Philly band Oblivion.

Please Stop Comp (1982)

01. Professor Schnitzel intro
02. Suburban Aggression – Album Stomp
03. Suburban Aggression – No Drugs For Me
04. Suburban Aggression – I Want To Scream
05. Suburban Aggression – Lion’s Share
06. Attrition – First Onslaught
07. Attrition – Commandments
08. Perfect Heller – The Ride Home
09. Suburban Menace – Fear To Live
10. Spike Haytred – Straight Jacket
11. Wasted Talent – Surf City
12. No Thanks – Who Me
13. Senseless Hate – Subdue & Destroy With Blinding Speed
14. Senseless Hate – Dead Brains
15. Senseless Hate – Roasted Meat pt 4
16. Fatalities – Hemorraging
17. Smersh – 20,000 Maniacs
18. Smersh – Put Your Coat On
19. Angry Somoans – Poshboy’s Cock
20. Angry Somoans – Pictures Of Matchstick Man
21. Angry Somoans – Time To Fuck

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Annoy Your Neighbors With This Tape(1983)

01. Angry Samoans – Steak Knife
02. Angry Samoans – Lights Out
03. Roach Motel – Now You’re Gonna Die
04. Spike Haytrid – Death To Preppies
05. Spike Haytrid – Dream Girl
06. Senseless Hate – We Destroy The Ants
07. Senseless Hate – I’m A Sociopath
08. Senseless Hate – Roasted Meat, part 3
09. Meatmen – Meatmen Stomp (intellectual party version)
10. Tony T And The Bad Seeds – Suicide Note
11. Cracked Actor – Nazi School
12. Cracked Actor – Judy In Disguise
13. Smersh – Right Wing Barbeque
14. Smersh – Put Your H.O. Car In Your Mouth
15. Smersh – Man Threw In Jail (For Stealing Cookies)
16. Suburban Menace – Get Outta My Way
17. Suburban Menace – Serena Dank (Go Away)
18. Suburban Menace – What’s So Wrong
19. Suburban Menace – Skateboard Zone
20. Blight – Prophet Of Doom
21. Russian Meatsquats – Society Sucks
22. Attrition – Dilemma

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Pass The Elixer Compilation

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Pass the Elixer cassette tape comp put out by Freedom is Cancer Zine in 1987
Description of the comp:
Like a lot of people in the 1980s me and some of my friends made a fanzine. From 1985 until 1987 we printed 10 issues. For issue 9 we made a compilation tape with 90 minutes of solid Punk. Back then, because of different influences and ideas there was a diversity of sounds. And while all these bands are rooted in Punk none of them sound the same. We made our band choices to emphasize that diversity. The most well known band here is Disorder and the most obscure is P.K.G. from Torrence California who only recorded one 5-song demo before exiting. Each band has a full page in the zine. Sound quality is very good.

Part One

01 – Intro
02 – Follow Fashion Monkeys – What About Tomorrow
03 – Follow Fashion Monkeys – No Direction
04 – Follow Fashion Monkeys – Rock N Roll Singer [ACDC]
05 – Barn Av Regnbuen – Penga- Profitt Og Kapital
06 – Barn Av Regnbuen – Folk Uten Framtid
07 – Napred U Proslost – Ne Veruj Mršavom Slonu I Brzom Pužu
08 – Napred U Proslost – Nekrštena Pesma
09 – Napred U Proslost – Bajonet
10 – More Fiends – Wild West Philly
11 – More Fiends – Vinyl Grind
12 – More Fiends – Mad at Everyone
13 – Disorder – Remberance Day
14 – Disorder – Love and Flowers
15 – Disorder – Maternal Obsession
16 – Disorder – Life
17 – Patareni – Obrij Me Majko Motornom Pilom
18 – Patareni – Dio Mase
19 – Patareni – Johnny Be Fuzz

Part Two

01 – Quod Massacre – Nasa Kri
02 – Quod Massacre – Zvecer
03 – Quod Massacre – Vasa Generacija
04 – Anthrophobia – Surface Noise
05 – Anthrophobia – Flashbacks
06 – Anthrophobia – Good Ideas
07 – Misanthropic Charity – Intro Lust
08 – Misanthropic Charity – Montebello
09 – Misanthropic Charity – But Life Changed You
10 – P.K.G. – Summer Poison
11 – P.K.G. – Cracks
12 – P.K.G. – All She Wrote
13 – Benton & the Bentonites – the Chop
14 – Benton & the Bentonites – Knightmare
15 – Benton & the Bentonites – Dean Took a Header
16 – President Fetch – Blasphemy
17 – President Fetch – Whats the Matter Cowardy
18 – President Fetch – Pregant Skeleton
19 – President Fetch – Bestial
20 – Outro

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Pass the Elixer Booklet

Thanks for sending this to me Brett Noise Addiction II

Philly Comps – Get Off My Back LP

Get Off My Back

Get Off My Back is a record that I always thought about buying when I was at Record Exchange or Third Street. But I always found something new to buy instead, until one day it wasn’t around anymore. Luckly it was up on the Last Days of Man on Earth blog (Tons of good stuff check it out) so I finally at least could download the songs. So here is the post from that blog.

Get Off My Back – Philly Hardcore Comp (82)

So last Saturday they had their “Legends of Hardcore” show in Philly and it looked like a blast. The lineup was pretty killer and included a couple of my favorite old school Philly HC bands; McRad and YDI. If Ruin was on the bill it woulda been perfect.
First thing you’re gonna notice is that YDI played an extra set with special guest vocalist Sab Grey. So yeah…it woulda been an excellent show and I am bummed that Philly was not close enough to drive to (ala Louisville). If I were still living up in Boston…Shit, I woulda been there!

Unlike Boston (or DC or NYC), The Philly scene never got the props it deserved. It had a slew of great bands, a strong scene and was close enough to other big east coast cities to be connected. So why do we not refer to Philly with the same hushed reverence we refer to these other towns?

The answer is maybe that Philly did not have as much of an identifiable sound and look as these other towns. It also had no singular independent label to rally around like a Dischord or a Modern Method. It basically just had a slew of great bands, many of whom were featured on this great 1982 compilation. The quality of the vinyl is a little crackly but hey, whatcanyado? YDIEnemy For Life, I Killed My Family: YDI were a cool band. They definitely had that mean, gnarly East Coast sound. I Killed My Family is a bit silly but Enemy for Life fuckin’ rips. FLAG OF DEMOCRACYMurder Castle, Suburban Cowboy: No doubt the best FOD tunes I have ever heard. These tunes blaze! Murder Castle has got a great breakdown. Way better than the FOD track on the flipside comp thats for sure! BLUNDER BOYSConspiracy, I’m Afraid of the Night, Middle Class Morals: Average at best hardcore with a rather annoying singer. Originally went by the name “Crib Death”. One of the lesser bands on this comp. LITTLE GENTLEMENNo Justice – No Law, No Crime – No Flaw: Another mediocre tune. The Little Gentleman were pretty prolific and went on to release a seven inch and two full length LPs. Another one that doesn’t do that much for me. AUTISTIC BEHAVIORTV Messiah, Power Head: Brilliant manic hardcore with a slight Cali edge to it. Power Head reminds me a bit of a real intense Saccharine Trust track. Good shit! Did these guys ever do anything else? RUINProof, Love Dog: Quality-wise Ruin were head and shoulders above most other bands. I wrote them up earlier so I wont go to into it. These are some of the earliest recorded Ruin tracks and they had yet to develop their fully realized style. Even in their embryonic form, Ruin were a great band though and these two tracks kick off side two with a great jolt of dharma-tinged HC. INFORMED SOURCESRight & Wrong, Dense Pack: OK stuff. Kinda west-coastish. The vocals are a little flat but the playing is very tight. SEEDS OF TERRORBrain Down, Straightedge: When it first kicked in I thought it sounded like The Urinals! Basically, it has the same production value as the first Urinals 7 inch. Quality-wise the tracks are nowhere near the quality of The Urinals. OK stuff….. McRADInflation Dub, Ejected: Super early McRad tracks preceeding the Dominant Force EP. Inflation Dub is a great reggae-tinged hardcore track. Ejected is just a classic old school HC track. McRad is still going strong today! THE HEATHENS Oohleigh at Great Adventure, My Twin From Hell: Amazing shit. Tight as hell spazz-core. Kinda like a trainwreck between Stark Raving Mad and Deep Wound and the Minutemen. Fuck! Who were these guys? All in all, this is a super-tight set of US Hardcore made at the height of the moment in 1982. Quality wise, I think it is as good as the Master Tape, Flex Your Head or This Is Boston Not LA. I wonder why it does not have the same reputation as those comps? Thanks to George for hooking me up with this comp too. I’m hoping that we have some Electric Love Muffin coming soon!

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Philly Comps – Scrapple 7″ box set

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This post is the second of three Philly compilations posts

A box set of 4 7″‘s put out in 1994 by WKDU. There are 16 bands all from the Philly area with a pretty wide range of styles.
Below the tracks I have put up scans of the cover and the insert that came in the box – each band got a page of the insert.

Tibetan Bowlers-You You
Kitschchao-Magdaline
Red Paint People-Stric Neck
Vick Logic-Girl Crush
Blue-Liver
More Fiends-Message Is The Same
Strapping Field Hands-Row
O’ Mighty Isis-Sparkle
Meth 25-Psychotic Rhonda
Double Penetration-Scitzophelia
Zonic Shockum-Labor
Via Satellite-Molecule
Temple Of Bon Matin-Orenacht
Mothra-Almost Human.
Underraga-What Is A Number
Catepillar-Sombulistic

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Philly Comps- That Was Then This Is Now 7″

That Was Then This Is Now

This post is the first of three Philly compilations posts I’m going to try to get up today.

That Was Then This Is Now 7″

This 7″ from Plus Records came out in 1986 and songs by Ruin, FOD, Scram and Electric Love Muffin. If I remember right the picture on the front (see below) was of the torn down Love Hall (Hence the that was then). For 86 this was a good representation of probably the most popular bands in the Philly scene but certainly not all of them. The 7 inch came with a insert that I scanned and you can see below plus stickers which probably went on one of my old skateboards, where it stayed in pristine condition since I was not a very good skateboarder.. Here are the 4 Tracks

Ruin-By The By
Electric Love Muffin-Club Car
Scram-Something To Cling To
F.O.D.-Meat Factory

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