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All material on this album was recorded at 171-A Studios, NYC, during August, September and October 1981, except "Pay To Cum," "I Luv I Jah" and "Jah Calling Dub" recorded live at 171-A on May 16, 1981.

Since the original release of this title on cassette format, the Bad Brains have achieved a certain immortality among punk and hardcore rockers that followed them. The original 1982 cassette (ROIR A-106) is also available for those remaining cassette junkies.

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  • Avatar for Taki90
    dude this is almost metal !
  • Avatar for Hallshaster
    Somebody knocked my eyeballs out in a bar and, when the Brain Brothers came on the jukebox, everyone claimed that my peepers started dancing right before the rats got to them.
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  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    One of the best Punk records of all time. These guys had chops, they were good songwriters and H.R. was at this point one of the best frontmen in the world. "I" is probably my favorite Bad Brains song.
  • Avatar for KingNoCrown
    I've always had trouble getting into punk. Ramones, Million Dead Cops, & Black Flag were the only groups I could ever really get into this. I gotta say though, this LP is nice as fuck. Only given it one listen so far but I fucking loved it.
  • Avatar for VadiushaKomarov
    rating 8/10
  • Avatar for CoryellsGhost
    Well shit, i'm liking this one a lot more now that i've been going back to it a bit more. Still slightly cold on the reggae stuff but the hardcore stuff is about as good as punk gets.
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  • Avatar for Revolvermann19
    Adam Yauch was right about this, this is fantastic.
  • Avatar for Flashkaboom
    i feel like i need to own a rasta longboard to listen to this album

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