Featured Release Roundup: April 11, 2019

Enzyme: Howling Mind 12” (La Vida Es Un Mus) After a handful of EPs here the debut 12” from this Australian band, and it’s quite the face ripper. With a sound that combines the best elements of burly and crusty hardcore and Disorder-inspired noise punk, Howling Mind can get a circle pit going while the aesthetes in the back of the room stroke their chins and nod at the psychedelic guitar playing. The closest comparison for Enzyme’s sound is Lebenden Toten, but on this record they seem even less indebted than LT to the classic Kyushu noise-punk sound. Rather than bubbly and melodic, the rhythm section is both agile and crushing, recalling Gauze with its power and precision. However, rather than the guitarist reinforcing those rhythms, they careen into the cosmos, doing their own thing without obscuring the rock-solid foundation. If you’re into bands like Pig DNA or Lebenden Toten’s more recent material I recommend checking this out.

Polo Pepo: San Felipe Es Punk 7” (La Vida Es Un Mus) Re-release of this Mexican punk obscurity. While the original came out in 1988, it sounds more like a product of the 70s. There’s no trace of hardcore here, with its Pistols-influenced snot bringing to mind the meanest and nastiest of first-wave European punk from the 70s. Johnny Thunders riffs, snarled vocals, loose playing… you get the picture. While the music will interest any KBD collector, the packaging is also lovely, particularly the 12-page booklet devoted largely to an interview with Polo Pepo himself (while the printed insert is in Spanish, there’s a link to an online English translation). A cool obscurity more than deserving of this lovingly executed reissue.

Vermis Sum: S/T 7” flexi (Fear of War) Debut flexi from this new hardcore band out of Southern California. Recorded analog and released on a (great-sounding) flexi, Vermis Sum have the warm, compressed sound I always love to hear coming out of my stereo. Even better, they sound like the 80s Japanese punk I love. I hear shades of mid-period Execute, early Gauze, and Masturbation, but it’s hard to tell whether those are actual influences or not because Vermis Sum doesn’t engage in the obvious hat-tipping you see with a lot of retro hardcore bands. While all three tracks are cool, “Perverted Prisoner” is my favorite with its memorable (and, again, very Japanese-sounding) guitar solo. Cool stuff, and limited to 250 copies so don’t expect it to hang around forever.

Mau Maus: Society’s Rejects 12” (Sealed) Sealed Records is a new label dedicated to well-executed official reissues of punk classics, and after kicking things off with Omega Tribe and Zounds they keep things top-notch for this third release, a small vinyl discography from Mau Maus. Before checking this out I was familiar with Mau Maus first EP, Society’s Rejects. According to the (informative and awesome) insert, Mau Maus took inspiration from US hardcore bands like the Dils and the Middle Class, and when you combine this with inevitable influence from their contemporary British punk scene, you get some of the hardest-hitting, most hardcore-sounding vintage UK82 punk, of a piece with standouts like Ultra Violent and the Partisans. I can’t recall hearing the Mau Maus singles after Society’s Rejects, but in this context I like them even better than the first one. While Society’s Rejects isn’t all that primitive, with each successive record the playing gets tighter and the production gets stronger. By the third and fourth EPs they also move past the more basic riffing of their earlier stuff, incorporating some UK Subs influence without dialing back the intensity. Like the Zounds singles discography Sealed released a few months back, this also functions well as a full-length album without the choppiness that can plague compilation releases.

Gai: Rock N Roll History Fuck Off 12” (Gai Best Punk Band Records) Unofficial collection bringing together a bunch of hard to find material from one of the best bands ever to do it, Japan’s Gai. Rock N Roll History Fuck Off combines the Extermination EP, the Damaging Noise cassette and a bunch of compilation tracks. In case you aren’t familiar with their history, Gai started off as one of the harshest, nasties, and noisiest hardcore bands in the history of punk (a title they shared with Confuse, who came from the same city), but they added more melodic influences (from bands like the Toy Dolls and the Adicts), changing their name to Swankys after they decided to pursue that style exclusively. On this LP, Damaging Noise and Extermination (the latter of which is the band’s best stuff IMO) lean toward the more hardcore sound, while the tracks from the Pinch and Ouch! compilation have a cleaner recording and more of the bubbly bass riffs I associate with the Swankys. The sound on this LP is top notch, so if you need some Gai vinyl on your shelf this release is a great place to start without breaking the bank.

Honkas: Das Lied für Fritz 7” (Static Age) Reissue of this 1982 German obscurity with great sound and full reproduction of the original fold-out cover. While by 1982 the US had switched over to hardcore, this five-song EP from Honkas reminds me more of tough, first-generation European punk like the Rude Kids or PF Commando, though fans of better-known bands like the Dead Boys will also see where Honkas is coming from. The mix is odd and uneven (which, for me, adds to the charm of this era and style of punk), giving this the outsider quality I associate with the best KBD punk. They even speed things up for “Kunst,” which has a proto-hardcore sound a la Teen Idles or even Upright Citizens. A deep cut for sure, but if you love ripping, obscure punk this is well worth your time.

Harnröhrer: S/T 7” (Static Age) This record looks like it could have come from Copenhagen in the early 00s, but it’s a reissue from 1982 Germany. Like the Honkas EP that Static Age has also reissued, Harnröhrer play tough and grimy punk that sounds like it’s crawled out of the gutter just to knife you. Whereas the Honkas EP is left-of-center, Harnröhrer is all power with big, clear production and a beefy sound that leaps out of your speakers. The sound is still mid-paced, tough punk, but the chord progressions are dark and there’s simple but haunting lead guitar that reminds me of gloomy 80s California punk like Agent Orange or early Social Distortion. That I’m still discovering things this good after listening to punk for 25 years is a signal that the well may just never run dry.

Disguise: Bas Fada 7” (Static Shock) Latest release from this Dublin d-beat band. If I had to guess, I’d say Framtid is Disguise’s biggest inspiration. Like Framtid, Disguise’s d-beat is fast but not too fast, finding a careful balance between the feedback and cymbal wash that tickles your ears and the pounding rhythms that make your heart beat fast. Interestingly, the drums and vocals sit back in the mix, the music draped in a shroud of fuzz and distortion. At times Bad Fada reminds me more of power electronics than hardcore in how it allows you to submerge your ears in a bath of distortion. You probably have a good idea already whether this record is for you, and you’re almost certainly correct.

Rolex: L cassette (self-released) Latest cassette release from this California band, and it’s a total ripper… the only caveat is that you have to shell out cash and reserve space in your cassette rack for only three minutes of music. The first track, “Turn Your Money Green,” is a wild ride, a fast hardcore song with an odd (but catchy!) drumbeat that makes you feel like you’re drunkenly falling down a flight of stairs. The second track, “Stripes,” backs off the gas just a little and reminds me of one of the classic Career Suicide songs. A total killer even if the cassingle format is a little annoying.

Fatamorgana: Terra Alta 12” (La Vida Es Un Mus) Debut vinyl from this Barcelona synth-pop duo composed of Louis from Good Throb / No / Shitty Limits / a million other bands and Patrycja from Barcelona. While both members come from a punk background, you won't find any of that here… this is full-on synth-pop played entirely on synths and drum machines (well, except for the vocals). When music like this is poorly executed it can sound cold, synthetic, and/or flat, but Fatamorgana have none of those problems. The sound is lush and layered, with snappy drums and deep bass. The overall vibe reminds me of a more human, organic-sounding version of early Human League with a dash of Boy Harsher’s noir-tinged futurism, while the songs themselves get buried in your head just as a good pop song should. If you dabble in both punk rock and synth-pop, I can’t recommend this enough.

The Snakes: S/T 12” (Anti-Fade) Debut vinyl from this Australian punk band. While some bands I’ve been hearing from Australia lately have been de-punking their image and sound, this isn’t true of the Snakes. They look like complete mutants on the back cover and the music is suitably aggressive and in your face while still keeping the catchiness that makes us pay attention when labels like Anti-Fade and Aarght! put out something new. They catchy keyboard lines are straight out of circa ’79 Fall, but the music is a little more rock n roll, a little more street, and less intellectual. At their most menacing the Snakes can recall the Screamers, but there’s also something undeniably Australia circa now about it. If you crave a little more grit with your contemporary Australian post-punk, I suspect this will do you nicely.

All New Arrivals

Hard Skin: We're the Fucking Mustard 12" (JT Classics)
Enzyme: Howling Mind 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Fatamorgana: Terra Alta 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Mau Maus: Society's Rejects 12" (Sealed)
Polo Pepo: San Felipe Es Punk 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
The Execute: A-Z 7" (Euro Import)
Frame of Mind: Irieshun 12" (Quality Control HQ)
Gutter Knife: Boots on the Ground 12" (Quality Control HQ)
Disguise: Bas Fada 7" (Static Shock)
TSOL: Dance with Me 12" (Dink)
The Geros: Freak Out 7" (Episode Sounds)
S.L.A.R.V.: Skitsmak I Munnen 12" (D-Takt & Rapunk)
Löss: S/T 7" (D-Takt & Rapunk)
Total Defeat: Demo cassette (self-released)
Harnröhrer: S/T 7" (Static Age)
Honkas: Das Lied für Fritz 7" (Static Age)
Gai: Rock N Roll History Fuck Off 12" (Gai Best Punk Band)
The Outcasts: Tell me the Whole Story 12" (Secret Mission)
Priests: The Seduction of Kansas 12" (Sister Polygon)
Nox Novacula: Hitchiker / Drug 7" (Moo Cow)
Lee Fields & the Expressions: It Rains Love 12" (Big Crown)
Eric Church: Carolina 12" (Capitol)
Queen: The Many Faces of Queen 12" (Music Brokers)
Anti-Flag: Die for the Government 12" (New Red Archives)
Motley Crue: The Dirt OST 12" (Motley)
The Get-Up Kids: Four Minute Mile 12" (Doghouse)
Portishead: Dummy 12" (Go! Beat)
Gaucho: Desplazados 7" (Iron Lung)
Rakta: Oculto Pelos Seres 7" (Iron Lung)
Nickelus F: Stuck 12" (Vinyl Conflict)
Skumboyz: Underage Thinking cassette (Vinyl Conflict)
Serqet: Oleander 7" (Vinyl Conflict)
Exploited: Troops of Tomorrow 12" (Radiation)
Last Resort: A Way of Life: Skinhead Anthems 12" (Radiation)
Abandoned: Killed by Faith 12" (Radiation)
GG Allin: E.M.F. 12" (Toilet Rock)
Black Flag: Demos 1982 12" (Suicidal)
Descendents: Fartathon: Live St. Louis, MO 1987 12" (Suicidal)
Lip Cream: Kill Ugly Pop 12" (Euro Import)
J.F.A.: Valley of the Yakes 12" (No Futuro)
Joy Division: Atrocity Exhibition: Live Paris 1979 12" (Lively Youth)
Von Gam: 1 Gen Punk 12" (Ken Rock)
Jo Squillo Eletrix: Girl Senza Paura 12" (Spittle)
Slayer: El Infierno Te Espera: Live 12" (Lively Youth)
Negazione: Lo Spirito Continua 12" (Contempo)
Plasmatics: New Hope for Wretched 12" (Radiation)
Resistance 77: Thoroughbred Men 12" (Radiation)
Bob Marley & the Wailers: Soul Rebels 12" (Radiation)
G.I.S.M.: Human Condition 12" (Euro Import)
The Kids: S/T cassette (Radiation)
- Various: Glam-O-Rama Vol. 1 12" (Kiss Kiss)
Various: Glam-O-Rama Vol. 2 12" (Kiss Kiss)
Vice Squad: No Cause for Concern 12" (No Futuro)
Cramps: Hot Pearl Broadcast: Live in Zurich 12" (Mind Control)
Gauze: Equalizing Distort 12" (Euro Import)
Husker Du: Spin Radio Concert 1985 12" (Radio Silence)
Operation Ivy: Bring Me Back Up: Live Gilman Street 12" (Radio X)
Crowd: A World Apart 12" (Radiation)
Bad Brains: Old Waldorf San Francisco Broadcast 12" (Radio X)
Gasmask / Coward: Split 12" (Euro Import)
GG Allin: Always Was, Is, and Always Shall Be 12" (Euro Import)
Attak: Zombies 12" (Radiation)
Bad Religion: Into the Unknown 12" (Euro Import)
Bloody Riot: S/T 7" (Anfibio)
Eskorbuto: La Mas Macabras De Las Vidas 12" (Guns of Brixton)
Eskorbuto: Demasiados Enemigos 12" (Guns of Brixton)
Eskorbuto: Aqui No Queda Ni Dios 12" (Guns of Brixton)
Adicts: 27 12" (Daily)
Adicts: Songs of Praise 12" (Euro Import)
Declino: Terra Bruciata 12" (FOAD)
Disfear: Brutal Sight of War 12" (La Familia)
Fuerza Bruta: Verdugo (euro press) 12" (Rebellion)
Minutemen: Sickles and Hammers 12" (Suicidal)
Girlschool: Demolition Girls: Live in London 12" (Radiation)
Blitz: Voice of a Generation cassette (Radiation)
Fuzztones / Screamin’ Jay Hawkins: Live 12" (Radiation)
Anti: I Don’t Want to Die in Your War 12" (Radiation)
Anti: Defy the System 12" (Radiation)
Anti: God Can’t Bounce 12" (Radiation)
Peter & the Test Tube Babies: Loud Blaring Punk Rock 12" (Radiation)
4 Skins: One Law for Them 7" (Radiation)
Alternative TV: The Image Has Cracked cassette (Radiation)
Anti Pasti: Last Call 12" (Radiation)
Broken Bones: FOAD 12" (Radiation)
Broken Bones: Decapitated 12" (Radiation)
Channel 3: S/T + 1981 + Bonus 12" (Radiation)
Chaotic Dischord: Fuck Religion Fuck Politics Fuck the Lot of You 12" (Radiation)
Sado Nation: We’re Not Equal 12" (Radiation)
Target of Demand: Man’s Ruin 12" (Radiation)
Klasse Kriminale: Ci Incontreremo Ancorda Un Giorno 12" (Radiation)
Various: Beach Boulevard 12" (Radiation)
Total Chaos: Early Years 1989-1993 12" (Radiation)
Demented Are Go: In Sickness and in Health 12" (Radiation)
Sly & Robbie: Dubs for Tubs: A Tribute to King Tubby 12" (Radiation)
Germs: Lexicon Devil + 3 7" pic disc (Radiation)
Unnatural Axe: They Saved Hitler’s Brain 7" (Radiation)
Vicious Rumours: Anytime Day or Night 12" (Radiation)
Asocial: Religion Sucks 12" (Radiation)
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles: Violent Pacification and More 12" (Radiation)
Gregory Isaacs: Live at the Roxy 1982 12" (Radiation)
Hollywood Brats: Sick on You 12" (Radiation)
Rik L Rik: The Lost Album 12" (Radiation)
U Roy: The Originator 12" (Radiation)
Vice Squad: Riot City Years 12" (Radiation)
Impact: Attraverso L’involucro 12" (Radiation)
Crack: In Search of the Crack 12" (Radiation)
Pure Hell: Noise Addiction 12" (Radiation)
4 Skins: The Good the Bad and the 4 Skins 12" (Radiation)
The Business: Suburban Rebels 12" (Radiation)
Christian Death: Live at the Whiskey A Go GO 12" pic disc (Radiation)
Chron Gen: Chronic Generation 12" (Radiation)
Gun Club: Live Manilla Club Firenze 12" (Radiation)
Barry Brown: Vibes of Barry Brown 12" (Radiation)
Jah Stitch: Watch Your Step Youthman 12" (Radiation)
Tetrack: Trouble 12" (Radiation)
Chaos UK: Floggin' the Corpse 12" (Radiation)
Chaos UK: Short Sharp Shock 12" (Radiation)
Chaos UK: Chipping Sodbury Bonfire Tapes 12" (Radiation)
Disorder: Singles Collection 12" (Radiation)
Even Worse: We Suck! The Lost Album 12" (Radiation)
Exploited: Live in Leeds 1983 12" (Radiation)
Extreme Noise Terror: From One Extreme to Another 12" (Radiation)
Laurel Aitken: Scandal in a Brixton Market 12" (Radiation)
Lol Coxhill: Ear of Beholder 12" (Radiation)
Max Romeo: Dream 12" (Radiation)
Simpletones: California 12" (Radiation)
Telescopes: S/T 12" (Radiation)
Vibrators: Guilty 12" (Kiss Kiss)
Melvins: Melvins Pinkus Abortion Technician 10" (Ipecac)
Kissworld: The Best of Kiss 12" (Mercury)
Mdou Moctar: Ilana (the Creator) 12" (Sahel Sounds)
American Football: S/T 12" (Polyvinyl)
Masked Intruder: III 12" (Fat Wreck)
Face to Face: Big Choice 12" (Fat Wreck)
Teenage Bottlerocket: Stay Rad! 12" (Fat Wreck)
The Oh Sees: Cool Death of Island 12" (Castle Face)
Totaled: Lament 12" (Profound Lore)
Triumvir Foul: Urine of Abomination 12" (Vrasubatlat)
Terry & Louie: A Thousand Guitars 12" (Tuff Break)
Magic Circle: Departed Souls 12" (20 Buck Spin)


Chain Cult: S/T 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Disaster: War Cry 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Disclose: Tragedy 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Kriegshog: S/T 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Rata Negra: Justicia Cosmica 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Rata Negra: Oído Absoluto 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Screaming Sneakers: Marching Orders 7" (euro import)
Exotica: Musique Exotique #03 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Zounds: Can’t Cheat Karma 12" (Sealed)
Crisis: Kollectiv 2x12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Omega Tribe: No Love Lost 12" (Sealed)
Constant Mongrel: Living In Excellence 12" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Forra: Mostrame lo Peor 7" (La Vida Es Un Mus)
Yasuaki Shimizu: Kakashi 12" (Radiation)
Kikagaku Moyo: Masana Temples 12" (Guru Guru)
Public Image Ltd: First Issue 12" (Light In The Attic)
Digable Planets: Reachin’ 2x12" (Modern Classics)
Behavior: Bitter Bitter 12" (Iron Lung)
Cold Sweat: Blinded 12" (Iron Lung)
Condition: Actual Hell 12" (Iron Lung)
Dreamdecay: Yu 12" (Iron Lung)
Faceless Burial: Grotesque Miscreation 12" (Iron Lung)
Flesh World: The Wild Animals in My Life 12" (Iron Lung)
Gag: America’s Greatest Hits 12" (Iron Lung)
Geld: Perfect Texture 12" (Iron Lung)
Latishia’s Skull Drawing: Romanticized 12" (Iron Lung)
The Lowest Form: Negative Ecstasy 12" (Iron Lung)
The Lowest Form: Personal Space 12" (Iron Lung)
Nasti: Big Achievements 12" (Iron Lung)
No Faith: Forced Subservience 12" (Iron Lung)
Nudity: Astronomicon 12" (Iron Lung)
Physique: Punk Life Is Shit 12" (Iron Lung)
Pleasure Cross: Wait for the End 12" (Iron Lung)
Private Room: Forever and Ever 12" (Iron Lung)
ROHT: ðnsamfélagið Og Framtíð Þess 12" (Iron Lung)
Scumraid: Control 12" (Iron Lung)
Sect Mark: Worship 12" (new) (Iron Lung)
Walls: The Future Is Wide Open 12" (Iron Lung)
White Wards: Cigarette Burns 12" (Iron Lung)
TRTRKMMR: Avec La Soullure 12" (Iron Lung)
Society Nurse: S/T 12" (Iron Lung)
Pig Heart Transplant: For Mass Consumption 12" (Iron Lung)
Kim Phuc: Copsucker 12" (Iron Lung)
Dead Language: S/T 12" (Iron Lung)
Social Distortion: S/T 12" (Music On Vinyl)
Wu-Tang Clan: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) 12" (RCA)
Migos: Culture II 12" (Motown)
Smashing Pumpkins: Siamese Dream 12" (Virgin)
Tame Impala: Lonerism 12" (Modular)
Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape 12" (Roswell)
Kendrick Lamar: Damn 2x12" (Interscope)
Tool: Undertow 12" (Volcano)
Outkast: ATLiens 2x12" (LaFace)
The Lumineers: S/T 12" (Dualtone)
Lana Del Rey: Born to Die 12" (Polydor)
Bob Marley: Legend 12" (Island)
Alice in Chains: Dirt 12" (Music On Vinyl)
Nirvana: Unplugged in New York 12" (DGC)
Brand New: Your Favorite Weapon 12" (Triple Crown)
Beyonce: Lemonade 2x12" (Sony)
Deftones: White Pony 12" (Maverick)
Nirvana: Nevermind 12" (DGC)
Dead Kennedys: Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death 12" (Manifesto)
Dead Kennedys: In God We Trust, Inc. 12" (Manifesto)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Juju 12" (Polydor)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: The Scream 12" (Polydor)
] Anderson Paak: Malibu 12" (OBE)
Eminem: Slim Shady 12" (Aftermath)
Masked Intruder: III 12" (Fat Wreck)
Tame Impala: Currents 12" (Interscope)
Black Keys: Rubber Factory 12" (Fat Possum)
Adolescents: S/T 12" (Frontier)
Neutral Milk Hotel: In the Aeroplane Over the Sea 12" (Merge)
Coheed + Cambria: Good Apollo I’m Burning Star IV Volume One 12" (Columbia)
Panic! at the Disco: Pray for the Wicked 12" (Fueled By Ramen)
Guns N Roses: Appetite for Destruction 12" (Geffen)
Foo Fighters: Greatest Hits 12" (Roswell)
Funkadelic: Free Your Mind 12" (Westbound)
Kanye West: Late Registration 12" (Roc-A-Fella)
Rage Against the Machine: Renegades 12" (Epic)
Genius / GZA: Liquid Swords 12" (Universal)
The Lumineers: Cleopatra 12" (Dualtone)
Death Grips: No Love Deep Web 12" (self-released)
Gaslight Anthem: Sink or Swim 12" (XOXO)
Skip James: Greatest of the Delta Blues Singers 12" (Sutro Park)
Mayhem: De Mysteriis Dom Sathanis 12" (Back On Black)
The Get Up Kids: Something to Write Home About 12" (Doghouse)
Etta James: At Last 12" (WaxTime)
Matrix: Demo EP 7" (Weirdly)
Natterers: Head in Threatening Attitude 12" (Boss Tuneage)
Natterers: Toxic Care 7" (Boss Tuneage)
Sun Ra: Space Is the Place 12" (Jackpot)
Wipers: Is This Real? 12" (Jackpot)
Wipers: Youth of America 12" (Jackpot)
Howlin' Wolf: His Greatest Sides Vol. 1 12" (Jackpot)
Mustafa Ozkent: Genclik Ile Elele 12" (Jackpot)
Cadaver Em Transe: S/T 7" (Iron Lung)
S.H.I.T.: Collective Unconsciousness 7" (Iron Lung)
Condition: Subjugated Fate 7" (Iron Lung)
D.O.C.: Parched Dredge 7" (Iron Lung)
Daudyflin: Daudyflin 7" (Iron Lung)
Geld: Soft Power 7" (Iron Lung)
Homeless Cadaver: Fat Skeleton 7" (Iron Lung)
Intensive Care: This Is Exactly Who You Are 7" (Iron Lung)
Lock: The Cycle 7" (Iron Lung)
Roht: S/T 7" (Iron Lung)
Una Bestia Incontrolable: Nou Mon 7" (Iron Lung)
Ammo: Demo cassette (Vinyl Conflict)
Nosebleed: S/T 7" (Vinyl Conflict)
Social Distortion: S/T 12" (Music On Vinyl)
Wu-Tang Clan: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) 12" (RCA)
Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape 12" (Roswell)
Agent Orange: Living in Darkness 12" (Drastic Plastic)
Smashing Pumpkins: Siamese Dream 12" (Virgin)
Tame Impala: Lonerism 12" (Modular)
Kendrick Lamar: Damn 2x12" (Interscope)
Outkast: ATLiens 2x12" (LaFace)
Beyonce: Lemonade 2x12" (Sony)
Bob Marley: Legend 12" (Island)
Deftones: White Pony 12" (Maverick)
Nirvana: Nevermind 12" (DGC)
Alice in Chains: Dirt 12" (Music On Vinyl)
Dead Kennedys: Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death 12" (Manifesto)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Juju 12" (Polydor)
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Join Hands 12" (Polydor)
Nirvana: Unplugged in New York 12" (DGC)
Panic! at the Disco: Pray for the Wicked 12" (Fueled By Ramen)
Genius / GZA: Liquid Swords 12" (Universal)
Neu: S/T 12" (Gronland)
New Order: Power, Corruption and Lies 12" (Rhino)
Funkadelic: Free Your Mind 12" (Westbound)
Muddy Waters: At Newport 1960 12" (WaxTime)
Brian Eno: Here Come the Warm Jets 12" (Astralwerks)
Minutemen: Buzz or Howl Under the Influence of Heat 12" (SST)
The Lumineers: Cleopatra 12" (Dualtone)
The Lumineers: S/T 12" (Dualtone)
Nirvana: Incesticide 2x12" (DGC)
Black Flag: Loose Nut 12" (SST)
Erik B and Rakim: Paid in Full 12" (4th & Broad)
Velvet Underground: White Light White Heat 12" (Verve)
Amyl and the Sniffers: Some Mutts Can't Be Muzzled 7" (ATO)
Low Life: Downer Edn 12" (Goner)
Spectral Wound: Inferno Decadence 12" (Vendetta)
Il’ithil: On This Day We Were Reborn in a Shroud of Light and Shadow 12" (Vendetta)
Silver Jews: American Water 12" (Drag City)
Marked Men: On the Other Side 12" (Dirtnap)
Faust: The Faust Tapes 12" (Superior Viaduct)
Pallbearer: Sorrow & Extinction 2x12" (20 Buck Spin)
Tomb Mold: Manor of Infinite Forms 12" (20 Buck Spin)
Crucifix: Nineteen Eighty Four 7" (Kustomized)
Crucifix: S/T 12" (Kustomized)
Wire: 154 12" (Pink Flag)
Wire: Chairs Missing 12" (Pink Flag)
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard: I'm in Your Mind Fuzz 12" (Castleface)
The Mekons: Where Were You? 7" (RSD)
The Fall: Hex Enduction Hour 12" (Superior Viaduct)
The Fall: Slates 10" (Superior Viaduct)
Sonic Youth: Daydream Nation 2x12" (Goofin)
Jawbreaker: 24 Hour Revenge Therapy 12" (Blackball)
Cherubs: Short of Popular 12" (Sonic Surge)
Descendents: Cool To Be You 12" (Fat Wreck)
Melvins: Ozma 12" (Boner)
Magic Circle: Journey Blind 12" (20 Buck Spin)
NOFX: The Decline 12" (Epitaph)


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