No Trend's negging anti-hardcore exploded out of Washington DC in 1983, harshly contrasting that city's straight-edge punk scene. Confrontational, sarcastic and righteously set against the faddish ways of youth subculture, No Trend's nihilistic rejection of punk was itself a vital punk-rock expression. The band continued to writhe in iconoclastic glee for a few more years, but these remasters of their earliest recordings, plus demos and a live set, showcase the stark industrial rage that had few rivals for unsettling sounds in a very unsettling era. Includes exact reproductions of the Too Many Humans LP, Teen Love 12" and 7", plus two CDs containing those plus the first No Trend demo session, and two amazing live recordings from 1983. Also included: repro of No Trend fanzine #1, flyers, business card, and deluxe 40-page booklet with epic band history and interview, including many unseen photos and vintage show flyers.