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Proponuję taki zbiorczy temat do wrzucania info o ciekawych aktualnych wznowieniach, bootlegach, odgrzebanych rarytasach. Chyba nie tylko ja jestem zwolennikiem staroci, które dotąd zazwyczaj były ciężkie do zdobycia lub bardzo drogie. Na początek:

PEACE CORPSE “Terror Of Quincy” LP 2010 (org. 1983/85), Toxic Ranch Records (aka Toxic Shock Rec.)
The “Terror of Quincy “LP comes from the deepest, darkest corners of the Toxic Shock Records vaults. This LP pairs the best tracks from PEACE CORPSE 1985 masterpiece, “Terror of History” (which features Eric Wood of MAN IS THE BASTARD) and the complete “Quincy” 7” EP from 1983. These tracks have been out-of-print on vinyl for decades. This 9 song vinyl LP features original artwork by “Pushead”, with a caricature of TV actor Jack Klugman. Peace Corpse was a Pomona CA punk band that sprung from the ashes of MOSLEM BIRTH, a band created as a parody of CHRISTIAN DEATH (featured on the Noise for Nowhere 7” compilation, also on Toxic Shock), PEACE CORPSE dealt with happenings of the times, macho jock punks ruining shows, religion and of course politics. Songs include “Dead in a Pile of Chairs”, “Presidente Camouflage”, “Mental Malady” and “Quincy’s Lament” . Unlike many hardcore bands of the time, they weren’t afraid to slow things down to a molasses-slow Sabbath crawl at times and top them off with a sinister, demonic sneer.Their sound is “dredged up from the netherworld, boasting gnarled chords and Wagnerian guitar leads” said Skyscraper fanzine. Order direct and receive the limited color/split edition!
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YOUNG IDENTITIES “Positive Thinking” 2011 (org.1979), 540 Records
When you were a kid, did you ever have that crazed urge to put your hand into an open fire or maybe ride your bike into the path of an oncoming bus? Well, it was with a similar mindless obsession that a gang of adolescent misfits from Brisbane Australia formed a punk band in 1978 called The Young Identities.
Teenage rebellion has had many forms over the last five decades, but the ?punk explosion? of the mid seventies was clearly a case of blatant mold breaking. It was In that time of unbridled mayhem the brothers McLeod (Clayton,Gavin and Rod) along with cohorts Dave Robinson and Paul Murray needed some sort of outlet from the mind-numbing tedium of their suburban existence. Typical of teens at the time (when time was typically too much of what you had) listening to outsider music was a major part of their lives. The Dolls and The Stooges were godheads, but reproducing that kind of noise seemed above their meage and limited talents. Cue The Saints, The Ramones and The Leftovers. Suddenly there was more to amuse these freaks than under-aged drinking and tearing around on dragsters!
The band quickly congealed like a pimple. Being far too young to get gigs at the local pubs and clubs run by quasi mafia figures and stoner hippies, they perform their raucous routine for their peers at parties and practice rooms. It?s soon decided that if this much fun is so cheap and easy, why not make a record! To make this unlikely dream possible The Young Identities (along with fellow reprobates Just Urbain and The Bodysnatchers) form Savage Music, their own haphazard independent label and book the cheapest recording studios in town. For around $300, all three bands slam down the tunes that would feature on the first 3 Savage Music releases. The Young Identities limited edition 45 boasts 3 tracks and a hand printed cover. It hits the shops in early 1979 but hardly anyone in sleepy old Brisbane really cared much for what a bunch of spotty brats from the backwaters had to say and sales of the record reflected this apathy.
Today, after over 30 years, the first Young Identities EP is a much sort after collectors item and has become associated with what is lovingly described as ?Snot Rock?. Loud, unruly and without pretense. The ages of the band members at the time range from 13 to 17. They were too young to vote and too na?ve to care. But they sure could make a wild teenage racket!
So, like some bizarre neglected virgin at the mouth of some mythical volcano, here is their first tortured offering!
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CHEIFS “Holly-West Crisis” 2010 (org.1980) LP, Dr. Strange Records
After almost a decade out of print, influential Chiefs? vinyl release, Holly-West Crisis is being re-issued by DR. Strange Records. Formed in 1980 and disbanding only two short years later, Chiefs played an active role in the early punk movement with musical peers Black Flag, Circle Jerks, The Stains, The Plugz, and Bad Religion during the genre?s glory days. Chiefs records and compilations remain some of the most sought after punk material of the time period.
Chiefs only released one 7? EP while still together but would later regroup in the studio to record 6 new tracks that would be compiled with the 7? material as the Holly-West Crisis vinyl release. This re-release pressing is limited to 1000 copies, so if you missed the last limited pressing in the early 00s, here?s a great chance to snag a classic with a new insert and art design. This is a must for any long-time fans.
If you?re looking for the perfect release to throw you back into the atmosphere of Southern Cali?s punk experience of the early 80s with seedy basement shows and snotty punks, look no further than this exclusive re-issue.

contropotere- Nessuna speranza, nessuna paura, 1st '89 LP oficjalna reedycja.
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catharsis '97/01 LP bootleg material ze splitow z gehenna i newborn.
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z samych Włoch:
Crash Box 83-84 LP
Peggio Punx vol I i II LP
Upset Noise/Warfare LP
Putrid Fever LP

plus
Colera/Ratos De Porao LP
Corrosion of Conformity 1985 again LP
Olho Seco Lutar Matar LP
Anti-System - LP i chyba demos, EP
Varukers Murder i One struggle…LPs
Amsterdamned EP
Kolla Kestaa EP
Tozibabe Dezuje EP
Septic Psychos 1982 demo EP
Nukketeatteri EP
dużo staroci z Hiszpanii wychodzi teraz

może wrzuć jakieś dokładniejsze info; nie każdy zna wszystkie kapele i nie chodziło mi też o to kto więcej tytułów wymieni…

ogolnie tez ciekawe rzeczy wychodza z okazji “record store day”, pod warunkiem, ze ktos jest np. w US i moze sobie pojsc do sklepu 16 kwietnia…
temat na 25 stron: vinylcollective.proboards.com/in … read=59354

np. revelation zrobilo na ta okazje kolorowe reedycje 7"s: youth of today, burn, quicksand. ja osobiscie sie ciesze z zaklepania neurosis - sovereign LP.

Fakir sprawdz PW!

Jest taki jeden label chyba z Francji, który wydaje wznowienia starych epek w małych nakładach (po 300 sztuk). Wydali między innymi demówkę Bad Influence “War’s No Fun” '83:

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jak lul wspomnial, Revelation robi 4 plyty, ktore ukazuja sie w scislych limitach w sobote w ramach Record Store Day 2011.
Youth Of Today 7" (1000)
Burn 7" (1000)
Quicksand (1000)
Elliot 12" (500)

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Bad Brains sami wydali teraz wznowienie Pay To Cum 7" a w zwiazku z RSD wychodzi tez znienawidzone 12" God Of Love + bonus 7".

świetny temat! wznowienia rzadzą,kogo stać na płyty za w chuj wie ile kasy ? :slight_smile:
@ dude attitude,ten Bad Influence mam - super epka!

SPAZZy w 625:

Released 11/29/10

SPAZZ - Crush Kill Destroy LP (new pressing)
The first in a series of vinyl represses of the long-sold out SPAZZ Lps. Here we got CRUSH KILL DESTROY, SPAZZ’s swan-song recorded back in 1998 and released by Slap A Ham Records. Mastered from the original recording, this LP comes with a full color cover and poster insert. 500 on red vinyl, 500 on yellow.

Out Friggin Soon:

SPAZZ - La Revancha LP (new pressing!)
The band is reissuing all their full lengths on vinyl directly from the original masters, including their 1995 LP “La Revancha” originally released on Sound Pollution. High quality sound, new artwork, colored vinyl,screen printed covers and a poster insert. Expected release date is spring 2011!

SPAZZ - Dwarf Jester Rising LP (new pressing)
The final installment of SPAZZ LP re-presses. This was the debut LP from SPAZZ, originally released on Selfless Records in 1994. As with all these re-releases, they are mastered direct from the original master, with packaging consisting of silk-screened covers and poster inserts. Expected release date, late spring 2011.

Winter - ?Into Darkness? LP (Southern Lord)
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Sometimes a band is so far ahead of the times or just so original that people aren’t ready for them and only years later do they get the praise they deserve. This is truly the case of Winter. Winter formed in 1988 out of the ashes of local punk bands Doomsday and Meltdown. The thriving underground music scene in NY at the time was split between NYHC, death/thrash metal and punk. Each one was separate from the other in musical style, politics (or lack thereof) and fashion. Somewhere in the middle of all that Winter arrived. At this time every band from the area were playing as fast as possible. Winter however was the complete opposite playing as slow and heavy as possible. They tuned lower than any band and their tempos crawled at a snails pace. Inspired by bands as diverse as Black Sabbath, Celtic Frost, Amebix, Rudimentiry Peni, King Crimson, Hawkwind, Carnivore and Discharge their combination of dark lyrics, low vocals and crushing slow tempos slowly built a following of punks metalheads and even some NYHC/crossover fans. In Long Island they would open up for the big death metal bands of the time like Sepultura and Death while also playing punk/d.i.y. /squat shows in NYC with bands like Nausea and A.P.P.L.E The band signed with Future Shock Records for the release of their debut LP Into Darkness. The album became an instant cult classic. As the years went on Winter’s legacy slowly evolved from total obscurity to becoming a cult favorite who were respected around the world. Winter disbanded in 1991.

20+ years later the immense impact /influence of Winter continues on! From Cathedral to Grief to Unearthly Trance to Coffins. All these bands readily admit the influence of the mighty Winter. After a few dodgy reissues and shitty bootlegs from other labels comes the OFFICIAL re-release of “Into Darkness”.

Your choice of 180 gram white vinyl or black vinyl with heavy-duty gatefold jacket and huge 18 page “zine”-style booklet with flyers, posters etc… Original lp pressing was released in the early nineties and has long been out of print as well as highly sought after . ALL HAIL WINTER. RISE!!! $14 each

[quote=“dzordz busz”]Winter - ?Into Darkness? LP (Southern Lord)
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Sometimes a band is so far ahead of the times or just so original that people aren’t ready for them and only years later do they get the praise they deserve. This is truly the case of Winter. Winter formed in 1988 out of the ashes of local punk bands Doomsday and Meltdown. The thriving underground music scene in NY at the time was split between NYHC, death/thrash metal and punk. Each one was separate from the other in musical style, politics (or lack thereof) and fashion. Somewhere in the middle of all that Winter arrived. At this time every band from the area were playing as fast as possible. Winter however was the complete opposite playing as slow and heavy as possible. They tuned lower than any band and their tempos crawled at a snails pace. Inspired by bands as diverse as Black Sabbath, Celtic Frost, Amebix, Rudimentiry Peni, King Crimson, Hawkwind, Carnivore and Discharge their combination of dark lyrics, low vocals and crushing slow tempos slowly built a following of punks metalheads and even some NYHC/crossover fans. In Long Island they would open up for the big death metal bands of the time like Sepultura and Death while also playing punk/d.i.y. /squat shows in NYC with bands like Nausea and A.P.P.L.E The band signed with Future Shock Records for the release of their debut LP Into Darkness. The album became an instant cult classic. As the years went on Winter’s legacy slowly evolved from total obscurity to becoming a cult favorite who were respected around the world. Winter disbanded in 1991.

20+ years later the immense impact /influence of Winter continues on! From Cathedral to Grief to Unearthly Trance to Coffins. All these bands readily admit the influence of the mighty Winter. After a few dodgy reissues and shitty bootlegs from other labels comes the OFFICIAL re-release of “Into Darkness”.

Your choice of 180 gram white vinyl or black vinyl with heavy-duty gatefold jacket and huge 18 page “zine”-style booklet with flyers, posters etc… Original lp pressing was released in the early nineties and has long been out of print as well as highly sought after . ALL HAIL WINTER. RISE!!! $14 each[/quote]

miazga, moja kopia juz leci gdzies nad atlantykiem :wink: jakby ktos chcial polecam amazon.com 18$ z wysylka :wink:

Dobra to ja tez sie dołożę do tego świetnego tematu, ogólnie kupuje sporo wznowień:
OUT NOW:
CIA “GOD GUTS GUNS & MORE” LP (MTAWP #1)
Legions of hardcore diehards would argue that C.I.A.'s “God, Guns, Guts” 7" is one of the best U.S. hardcore singles to ever be released. Originally self-released in 1983, the six songs on the original 7" are blasts of driving, intelligent and furious hardcore. This deluxe reissue adds five original 7" session outtakes that have never been heard until now along with several other previously unreleased essential demos recorded just before the 7" came out, plus two tracks recorded live at the Anthrax club in Connecticut in 1983.

YOUNG REPUBLICANS “SABOTAGE YOUR COOKOUT” 7" EP (MTAWP #2)
Finally found after going missing for nearly 25 years (and doubted by some to even exist), the Young Republicans demo cassette is certainly one of the most elusive and infamous artifacts in the history of hardcore and is truly a special item. This hardcore holy grail was recorded in ?83 and only given to a handful of close friends before the band split and ? of the band would go on to form the initial lineup of the influential New York hardcore group YOUTH OF TODAY. This 9 song EP captures the absolute essence of spirited hardcore under the shroud of Reagan: snot-nosed teens going faster MPH while standing in opposition to teachers, parents, rednecks, & suburbia. Highly catchy & classic sounding, this could easily be considered the absolutely crucial missing NYHC or CT hardcore 7? EP from 1983.
This demo features 3 tracks that would soon be re-recorded for the debut YOUTH OF TODAY 7? and another track that would become ?Straightedge Revenge? on the Project X 7? on Schism. Comes in a high-quality thick, 14 pt glued sleeve with an old style dip cut top & a 2-sided insert containing lyrics & photos. Includes free digital download card.

COMING IN 2011:
UNITED MUTATION LP (This release will include the classic “Fugitive Family” 7" original released by Dischord/DSI as well as other long out of print and never officially released material. This release will feature a beautiful gatefold jacket with tons of great photos, liner notes, and other relevant art & ephemera.)

MECHT MENSCH LP (Will include the absolutely classic “Acceptance” 7" EP as well as the tracks from the Tar Babies split cassette as well as other solid unreleased material. This release will feature a beautiful gatefold jacket with tons of great photos, liner notes, and other relevant art & ephemera.)

FASTBACKS LP (Will include the ultra-classic debut “It’s Your Birthday” 45 plus incredible never heard before outtakes as selected by Fastbacks guitarist Kurt Bloch. Features a pre Guns N Roses Duff McKagan. This release will feature a beautiful gatefold jacket with tons of great photos, liner notes, and other relevant art & ephemera.)

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THE AUTHORITIES - “SOUNDTRACK FOR TROUBLE” 7" - GET HIP
Totally sick KBD ripper!!! You could even say this has a proto hardcore kind of sound. Well, whatever you want to call it, this is an incredible record and I’m glad to see it’s back in print! Exact repro courtesy of the fine folks at Get Hip!!! Includes two unreleased bonus tracks.

BANNLYST “la dem ikke lure deg” (Fan Club)
Killer fanclub reissue of BANNLYST’S ep on X PORT PLATTER records, from 1984. Killer fast-paced hardcore with great vocals from the hey day of hardcore punk. If you miss out on this one, you’re really missing out. the packaging (even the labels) are down the original to a T. If you don’t wanna pay 300$ for an original, pick this one up, i’m sure it’ll make you feel better about your collection. FANCLUB

FALLOUT “criminal world” (Fear Of War)
Fucking epic Italian hardcore from 1982. We are very stoked to have this in stock. This EP is more refined than Wretched et al; it’s not “Chaos non musica”, it has some solid hooks, decentrecording and sequencing, and is much more anthemic than Wretched. Don’t be
fooled though, this is still a true classic from the furious years of Italian hardcore punk and, like most Italian hardcore of this vintage, is
light years ahead of what was happening in the Anglo-hardcore world.

NEGAZIONE “wild bunch - the early years” (Fan Club) LP
This record compiles the early recordings of Italian hardcore pioneers Negazione. Included are all tracks from the split tape with Declino from 1984, the amazing and impossible to find ‘Tutti Pazzi’ 7" from 1985 and the “Condannati A Morte Nel Vostro Quieto Vivere” 7" from 1985. A total of 18 tracks. High quality sound and packaging. Limited to 500 copies.

Ale co mam rzucać? Obrazków nie umiem kleić (niech ktoś podpowie) a co to za kapele podpowiedź w discogs lub google…

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Ale co mam rzucać? Obrazków nie umiem kleić (niech ktoś podpowie) a co to za kapele podpowiedź w discogs lub google…[/quote]

Jeśli chodzi o mnie wystarczą nazwy wytwórni. I jeśli nie jest to oczywiste przyda się informacja, co zawiera płyta. Ale Fakir jest tu szefem:)

[quote=“dzordz busz”]świetny temat! wznowienia rzadzą,kogo stać na płyty za w chuj wie ile kasy ? :slight_smile:
@ dude attitude,ten Bad Influence mam - super epka![/quote]

Ja też - nr 274. Dzięki koledze post wyżej. :wink:
Zajebista jest!

[quote=“dude attitude”]

[quote=“dzordz busz”]świetny temat! wznowienia rzadzą,kogo stać na płyty za w chuj wie ile kasy ? :slight_smile:
@ dude attitude,ten Bad Influence mam - super epka![/quote]

Ja też - nr 274. Dzięki koledze post wyżej. :wink:
Zajebista jest![/quote]

130/300 :wink: tak,ja również zaopatruję się u tego dealera :slight_smile:

Ukazalo sie co prawda jakis czas temu ale warto o tym wydawnictwie tutaj wspomniec:

Fratricide “S/T” LP
Vancouver’s Fratricide were one of the original crossover bands, playing a volatile mix of high-speed hardcore and crunching thrashmetal inspired by the likes of Poison Idea, The Accused, Slayer, Attitude Adjustment and DRI. They entered the studio in 1987 to record a split LP with Dutch thrashers Neuroot, slated for release by Pushead’s highly-esteemed Pusmort label, a record which reached test pressing stage but was never released. Twenty years later, Schizophrenic Records has joined forces with Ugly Pop will finally presents the legitimate release of Fratricide’s tracks as one 12" EP of killer metallic hardcore.

  • SONS OF ISHMAEL Hayseed Hardcore 12? ,a to juz bym chciał :slight_smile:

ASOCIAL Revolt -The Vinyl Sessions CD
wydalo jakies nieznane (mi) Animosity Of War Records. jest tu troche inaczej niz na “Total Asocial” z Finn Records, jest m.in. “House of Gore” ep.
swoja droga jakby ktos mial (najlepiej nowke) - chetnie kupie.