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Johnoco

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  1. Yeah, plenty of links with old US hardcore there as well. Speaking of Kreator, I was out with Paradise Lost last night (well half of them...old mates don't you know...) and they were telling me that Mille Petrosa stood in on gutiar for them recently when their gutiarist had to fly home due to his fathers death. Said it was weird having a former hero playing with them.
  2. US Hardcore band who did a good line in surf instrumentals. This is a beaut.
  3. If you don't like this one, check your pulse because you are probably dead.
  4. Ace LP!! In fact listening to it now...immense riffage!! 'Hope for the future, is only utopia'
  5. It may seem irrelevant but can I ask where people think things such as 'moshing' and 'stage diving' came from?
  6. Is that the one with a cover of 'Born to be wild' on it? Or did I imagine that?
  7. NapalmDeath- Breed To Breathe Absolutely loving this tonight, going back to me roots man.
  8. That's the one I had, don't know where it is nowadays! On Rough Trade and was their biggest selling single (at least at one point) yet never even got near the charts!
  9. Never mind all that gubbins. Check out Manowar - Blow Your Speakers (pref at 11) Try not fist banging to this one - impossible. LMAO
  10. No they weren't, it was....Nillson - Without You. What a singer this guy was.
  11. And Chicory Tip were No 1 with 'Son of My Father'. Rocking!!
  12. Dale Wintons 'pick of the pops' from 1972. Gilbert O'Sullivan -Alone Again, Naturally. good record.
  13. The Smiths - How Soon Is now? I'm not their biggest fan by a long way, but these lyrics are genius. "theres a club if you'd like to go, you could meet somebody who really loves you, so you go and you stand on your own, and you leave on your own, and you go home, and you cry and you wanna die"
  14. The Clash - White Man in Hammersmith Palais. Top, top record.
  15. Bradford's Noise Of The Valleys. A 4 cd compilation to go with the excellent book. Possibly helped by the fact that a lot of it is stuff I remember personally but it's a superb collection of stuff from Bradford music from 1966-1987. Current fave is The Negativz - Mental Case. An absolute belter that would have been a punk classic if it had been wider fame. But it's not one style on show, theres even a Smokie classic on it. Not to mention Seething Wells 'Tetley Bittermen'. And another often overlooked 'ranter' Little Brother, who was a gifted wordsmith. Sh!t, it was good in Bradford once!!!!!
  16. Discharge - Free Speech For The Dumb How can a song with one line say so much? This knocks today's pretenders into touch!
  17. Metal Church- 1st LP Not entirely sure why I love this LP, because in theory I shouldn't (straight metal, high pitched singer) but it's one of my fave LP's. (And it came out when we were going for extreme hardcore/thrash)
  18. The Casuals - Jesamine A great record. But then, there are so many brilliant records from the 60's.
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