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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusk View Post
    btw...the fuckin CD for Land Speed Record sucks...its two tracks that compile both ends of the album, which is a shame because its a fuckin great album.
    thanks forgot about LSR, yo anyone heard Warehouse by Husker Du is it any good?

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    also Los Crudos...good band, spanish speaking.

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    rorschach...yeah i got that Autopsy Discography but i couldn't really get into it for some reason...i was listening to it at the time i was really into gravity and ebullition records shit. i should revisit it and see what i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9th Warrior View Post
    so i just watched the "NYHC" documentary and here's how i feel.
    since it was all about the mid to late 90's scene, everything was really metallic first of all, which isn't always a bad thing. as for individual bands...25 ta life sucks, rick is fucking creepy. i checked 108 and they sound better live in the movie then they do on record. No Redeeming Social Value was funny as hell, i appreciated their take on the genre. "40 oz of hardcore" is a solid record. The true gems of the film are District 9 and Vision of Disorder. D9 is a bunch of ghetto cats who play seriously angry hardcore with great heavy guitarlines and great lyrics. I d/led "Schoolahardknox Revisited" and was really blown away. VOD's self-titled is great as well, but i haven't been able to enjoy it all the way through as their style kinda wears on me after a while. all in all, the film was great, my homie turned me on to it and i'm glad i learned about a bunch of bands i had never even heard of. i'm sure some of ya'll have seen it...
    This is a great documentary. I actually just saw it for the first time over the summer when I bought the DVD release that had just come out. The 90s is my favorite era of hardcore and a lot of this shit tends to get overlooked nowadays. Kids get into punk and hardcore now and don't give the 90s the time of day.

    As far as the bands you mentioned, I love 25 ta Life and VOD. Rick's vocals are pretty over the top, so it's understandable that 25 is not for everyone. But he's committed 15+ years of his life to hardcore and helped put a lot of huge bands on the map (Hatebreed, for example). If you couldn't get into the songs on the documentary footage, check out a couple tracks from the first few EPs, or just download the "Strength Through Unity" EP. It fucking slays.

    VOD's first album is incredible, full of hard riffs, sick vocals, and good lyrics. Madball is of course classic NYHC although I've grown tired of them over the years. Crown of Thornz is one of the "classic" NYHC bands that gets overlooked by most of the hardcore crowd. If you were intrigued by Lord Ezec's interviews or any of the Crown of Thornz footage, you should peep Skarhead, his band from 95-02, and Icepick, which he does vocals for along with Jamey of Hatebreed. Skarhead was street hardcore with an old-school backbone, less introspective than Crown of Thornz. Icepick is like a NYHC-style band that isn't excellent but not bad.

    I think 108 is horrible. I can listen to some of their songs but I hate that preachy, stupid Krishna bullshit. "Sex is suffering." Corny band. No thanks.

    Anyway, 90s > 2000s when it comes to hardcore.

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    yo, shit was like that (the moshing around the Jugganaut section of the film) at a fuckin SONIC YOUTH CONCERT...lmao...with a 12 year old girl getting her foot stomped...lmao.

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    If any of you people are going to be sitting at home tonight, you can tune into my radio show from 12-1am (eastern time). Stream it at www.wmbr.org

    Threw some District 9 on there.

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    Rorschach is so crazy good. Their vocals melt my eyeballs.


    If anyone would be interested in listening to the band I sing for...our demo is the first thing up on here:

    http://www.cultmaternal.blogspot.com

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    whats ur name? (cant click the link, on psp)

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    btw...i feel lukewarm about Ror. they are good, cant really listen to all of Autopsy right now.

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    i do however, wanna double thank 9th again for putting me on to Septic Death...fuckin sick...these guys were so good.

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    Anyone willing to compile a list of their top 20 from this genre?


    So I can start checking stuff out

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    here's a bunch of stuff that made me fall in love with all this shit for so long, it's all over the place in terms of whether punk or hardcore and where its from, etc.

    Dead Kennedys-Plastic Surgery Disasters/In God We Trust, Inc.
    Bad Brains-S/t
    Black Flag-Everything they ever did, especially later
    Iggy and the Stooges-Fun House
    The Bags-Anything you can get your hands on by them, good
    Brain Death-Personal Affair EP
    Gauze-Equalizing Distort
    GISM-Detestation
    Angry Samoans-Back From Samoa
    The Saints-I'm Stranded
    Minor Threat-Discography
    Television-Marquee Moon
    Richard Hell and the Voidoids-Blank Generation
    Septic Death-And Now That I have....
    Negative Approach-Discography
    Deep Wound-Everything
    DYS-Wolf Pack
    Flipper-Generic Flipper
    Heresy-Face Up To It!
    Pagans-The Pink Album
    Man Is The Bastard-Capitalist casualties split, anything else you can find
    Misfits-Static Age
    Any dangerhouse records bands or compilations
    The Germs-MIA
    X-Los Angeles
    Terveet Kadet-Black God
    Anti-Cimex-Raped Ass EP, other shit is good too
    Siouxsie and the Banshees-Peel Sessions
    X-Ray Spex-discography

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