30 Oct 2014, 06:50 by metawirt
16 Sep 2011, 10:26 by minomoraThis my list of the 20 best hardcore albums ever made:
1. Descendents: Milo Goes to College
2. Black Flag: Damaged
3. Minor Threat: Complete Discography
4. Bad Brains: Bad Brains
5. Black Flag: Nervous Breakdown
6. Descendents: I Don't Want to Grow Up
7. Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables
8. Husker Du: Zen Arcade
9. Circle Jerks: Group Sex
5 Sep 2011, 05:59 by Riff55
15 Aug 2010, 06:43 by Nickandroff
29 Jul 2009, 08:31 by Lars_olloThis week, we lifted the lid once more off our worm farm of unholy covers, bringing you the beauty of the source by diving into the cesspool of re-interpretation. Electronic or just absolutely electric cover versions and covers of electronic originals to fascinate and devastate, including selections from the brilliant "Recovery" box set on Fractured and some dubbed out pop from the new “King Size Dub Chapter 69” comp on Echo Beach. Dare to do it differently!
Max Tundra - Tell It To My Heart
(“Ink Me” single - 2000, Domino)
(original by Taylor Dayne - from “Tell It To My Heart” single - 1987, Arista)
Wall of Voodoo - The Morricone Themes (Hang 'em High/The Good, The Bad & The Ugly)
(“Ring Of Fire” 12inch - 1982, Index)
(originals by Dominic Frontiere and his Orchestra - from “Hang 'em High - Original Motion Picture Score” - 1968, United Artists; and Ennio Morricone - from “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” - 1967, United Artists)
23 Apr 2009, 15:42 by inkablotI thought this survey thing would end up being more reflective than it actually was.
10 Nov 2008, 21:05
1. How did you get into 25?
Jawbreaker - I was really into MTX, Crimpshrine and Operation Ivy, and was checking out other Berkley/Gilman Street Bands. Go figure; Jawbreaker ended up being even more enduring in my life than the others.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Eagles of Death Metal - Probably "I Want You So Hard (Boy's Bad News)". It made me shake my boot-ay then and now..
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33?
Pegboy- "I've seen so many passing ways I see our whole lives slip away And I want you back right now"
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
Los Straightjackets - I like the songs on Supersonic Guitars in 3-D best, but The Velvet Touch Of Los Straitjackets is their most accomplished studio album.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Kiss - Oh jesus, this is embarrassing, but I own twenty KISS albums on vinyl. …
5 Jan 2009, 17:52 by kurtripsRecommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
You're Gonna Miss Me : 13th Floor Elevators (Score = 28.63)
House of the Rising Sun : The Animals (Score = 28.02)
The Passenger : Iggy Pop (Score = 22.21)
Marquee Moon : Television (Score = 18.36)
Blank Generation (Remastered Album Version) : Richard Hell and the Voidoids (Score = 17.49)
These Days : Nico (Score = 15.3)
All Along the Watchtower : Jimi Hendrix (Score = 15.13)
Imagine : John Lennon (Score = 15.1)
Love Her Madly : The Doors (Score = 14.9)
Hey Joe : The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Score = 14.64)
Venus : Television (Score = 14.34)
Gloria : Patti Smith (Score = 13.49)
Free Bird : Lynyrd Skynyrd (Score = 13.46)
Johnny B. Goode : Chuck Berry (Score = 12.83)
Purple Haze : The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Score = 12.63)
Fire : Jimi Hendrix (Score = 12.18)
Personality Crisis : New York Dolls (Score = 11.79)
Free Money : Patti Smith (Score = 11.79)
2 Dec 2008, 20:56 by TheKnitLAThursday, February 19th
A Wilhelm Scream
7:00 PM, $10 advance, $12 day of show
After a relentless touring schedule that found A Wilhelm Scream in far reaches of the developed world with bands like Rise Against, Strung Out, and Lagwagon, the band that Alternative Press hailed as the new heirs of the skate-punk scene, finally settled down in their second home: Blasting Room studios. Career Suicide represents the third trip to the Bill Stevenson / Jason Livermore well, a well neither dry nor stale. Career Suicide is just as smart, just as anthemic as Mute Print and Ruiner, but this time around A Wilhelm Scream speeds up their formula to a neck-breaking pace. And with a new bass-player, Brian Robinson, who keeps up with, and even pushes, the maniacal guitar duo of Reilly-Supina, Career Suicide thoroughly pummels. That’s saying something about a band that’s never pulled punches.
Friday, February 27th
The Angry Samoans, Johnny Madcap and the Distractions, The Crazy Squeeze, Action 45
8 Jul 2008, 08:35 by Aurist-http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/illogicopedia/images/c/c8/Hitler%2BTheresa.jpg
(that was the avatar of the time)
I made in in photoshop, and I must say I'm rather proud of it
Can you spot the "hidden" message?
Adolf HitlerMother TheresaChe GuevaraGeorge W. BushBoris JohnsonSlayerLimp BizkitNokturnal MortumPrussian BlueU2AbsurdBurzumLandserLaibachSkrewdriverDiam'sAngry AryansAngry SamoansSutcliffe Jugend
10 Jun 2008, 20:26 by evilxdead1.How did you get into 29? The Suicide Machines
I was a young 11 year old boy playing Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. "New Girl" was one of my favorite songs on the game and I bought Destruction By Definition. Thank you, Tony Hawk.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Insane Clown Posse.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? T.S.O.L..
"libertine, guillotine set yourself free, systems got you down so ya beat on me innocent, evidence doubled up dry, can't believe the truth so you swallow thoes lies homicide, suicide what's in store? never seen a game where they play so hard"
4. How did you get into 49? The Lawrence Arms.
I liked Slapstick when I was younger, and I found out Brendan was in The Lawrence Arms, so I bought Oh! Calcutta! without ever having heard their material before.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Dead Kennedys.
I own 4. 3 are on AT, and one is on Manifesto…