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PUNK/MELODYCORE. With more than 20 years under their belt, NO USE FOR A NAME are widely recognized as one of independent music's most dominant and everlasting forces. Their 9th proper studio release, "the feel good record of the year", serves to solidify their firm grip on the underground music scene. Laden with the perfect marriage of aggressive guitar work and the ear-catching, melodic hooks that NO USE FOR A NAME have become known for, this release promises to satiate long time fans and endear a plethora of new ones. Vinyl version includes CD.

LP 17.00€*

 

HARDCORE. NO VALUES originally started in the summer of ‘06 and features members of BRACEWAR and FIRE & ICE. The 4 tracks sounds like a mixture between early '80s hardcore in the vein of 86 MENTALITY, VIOLENT MINDS, with a tough edge from common bands like DOWN TO NOTHING or BRACEWAR. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

7"col 6.50€*

 

HARDCORE. Only time will tell if FUCKED UP guitarist Ben Cook will reassemble his old NO WARNING buddies to follow-up last year's charity 7", but fans can at least look forward to snagging a new copy of the thuggy troupe's 2004 album "suffer, survive" on vinyl. Musicwise - qual parts punk, hardcore, Canada's NO WARNING rock with aggression, but there's a melodic side too. Sixteen test presses were made 10 years ago, with plans to have the set issued on vinyl via Bridge Nine Records, but the release was scrapped. The album was previously delivered only on CD. The limitred vinyl edition comes housed in a gatefold-cover featuring artwork from Jacob Bannon.

LP 18.00€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. Richmond's NO-HEADS takes cues from classic UK'82 bands and would feel right at home in the No Future or Riot City catalogs. These 8 tracks are full of crushing power. Ass kicking pogoing punk. Features members of THE VIRUS and MINDSET. Colored vinyl is limited to 500 copies.

LPcol 19.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. "lower berth" deliver 13 new power-packed punch tracks from this incredible American punk band (now with members split between Portland and Oakland). Ex-members of YOUTH BRIGADE, GLASS & ASHES, YOUNG LIVERS, STOP BREATHING etc.. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 14.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. California kidz big wave mentality. Wanna be another rat in the pack? This isn't your little brother's snooze-tunes borecore. Take a combination of feral street COCKNEY REJECTS and a bit of Scandinavian treble n' gain and you've got all hook all bite. Spend a decade with your tongue in a fan gargaling gravel and you couldn't have cut your teeth so precise as the NO///SE sound. For fans of bands like THE MARKED MAN, THE SPITS, RED DONS. Vinyl includes a download card.

LP 13.50€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. Compendium of songs that up until now were scattered all over a slew of 7"s, MCDs, and compilations.

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PUNK/MELODYCORE. This is the LP version of NOFX's "heavy petting zoo" album. Following the progression of "white trash two heebs and a bean" and "punk in drublic", "heavy petting zoo" is a damn-near perfect mix of the low humour and (often overlooked) high ideas, together with music that veers from the slamming to the sublime. It isn't as instantaneous as usual, and you may not get it on the first listen. But on plays three, four and five, the appeal of this album will grow like a nursery kid with a steroid habit.

LP 23.00€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. What's really left to say about NOFX? For over 30 years, the reigning kings of punk-rock have remained relevant by continuing to push the boundaries of their music and lyrics in a way that's as endearing as it is infectious. For that reason, it's remarkably apt that the band's latest album, "first ditch effort", is also their 13th, because ominous black clouds hang over this collection of songs that see frontman/bassist Fat Mike exploring self-loathing and mortality in a more raw and honest way than he ever has before. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 17.50€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. "i heard they suck live!" contains 19 songs recorded live in Hollywood. Hear NOFX babble about food, drugs and their personal hygienic problems. A must for all NOFX fans!

LP 17.50€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. Recorded by Brett Gurewitz of BAD RELIGION fame, NOFX, in 1988, proved to be a formidable challenge for even him. After selling it independently with dismal results, the band finally turned it over to Epitaph in 1991. One song, "beer bong", still creeps into the band's set list and features Fat Mike belching on command.

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HARDCORE-PUNK. Legendary NOFX record featuring 22 tracks taken from different Mystic Records' recording sessions including their first 2 7"s as well as compilation and bonus tracks. This is definitely the way NOFX should be. NOFX has turned more poppy over the last 20 years, this is more hardcore sceneish. Witness the rough-around-the-edges beginnings of the melodycore and punk group that's become the template for a million bands across the world. This is a must have!

LP 19.50€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. "oxy moronic" is the 3rd installment of Fat's "demos series" and features the track on side-a, a demo version on side-b, and is on limited-edition colored vinyl.

7"col 7.50€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. Longtime fans of independent punk giants NOFX will be happy that for "pump up the valuum," the band changed absolutely nothing about their sound. All the songs follow the group's now standard three-chord punk style with witty songs that rip on the world around them. "dinosaurs will die" is about the impending change in the music industry with the MP3 explosion, while "stanger than fishin" (an obvious knock on former label mates BAD RELIGION's song "stranger than fiction") goes after industry phonies.

LP 24.00€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. Before NOFX became the fathers of humorous but hard-edged punk rock, they were just four pretty obnoxious Californians with a penchant for fast music and dirty jokes. "ribbed" isn't exactly the group's breakthrough into content filled rock, but their typically hard-edged punk has enough dirty humor that anyone with their mind in the gutter should at least get few smirks over the course of the record.

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