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THRASH-METAL/HARDCORE. A.N.S. continue to explore the realms of skate-hardcore, crossover, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, MUNICIPAL WASTE and "my war" era BLACK FLAG. On the flipside RAMMING SPEED is channeling the early Earache grinding hardcore catalog and freshening it up with some serious whammy attack, duel lead, and thrash-metal guitars.

LP 13.50€*


PUNK-ROCK. Coming to the table once again with a hot and delicious punk-rock meal for the family, these ladies are quickly making a name for themselves as one of the most fun new bands on the Eastern Seaboard. This 7" is bound to be a favorite for the entire Philadelphia punk scene and beyond. Don't ever pass up what mom has to offer.

7"col 7.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. "and out come the wolves" combines Dylanesque portrayals of down-and-out streetlife and personal experience with tunefully concise, dynamic songwriting to create an enduring body of work that grows better with each listen and every passing year. Styles range from the recklessly belligerent punk-rock rampage to masterful pop craftsmanship and to fully realized punk/ska hybrid. This record is deservedly among the most influential and successful of its time.

LP 23.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. "honor is all we know" is much like RANCID's other records in the sense that it is filled with the stories and characters that populate the band's lives, and reflects the cultural and political climate in which it was written and recorded. It has classic RANCID songcraft: 2 minute songs packed with melody, personally empathetic and politically denunciatory. But "honor is all we know" is also unique in that it is filled with the growing insight of a band who has been doing this for a while now. Vinyl includes a CD version with an additional track.

LP+CD 23.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. This CD compiles 21 total lost tracks spanning the prolific career of RANCID, who have stood the test of time, playing East-Bay punk-rock with plenty of sincerity for the better part of 15 years. This a wonderful mix of the modern-punk godfathers' blend of punk, ska and of course root reggae based rock. Released by the band on their own label, Rancid Records.

DoLP 32.00€* CD 14.50€*


PUNK-ROCK. On this, the group's 6th album, styles range from the long awaited return of RANCID's patented brand of ska to super intense DISCHARGE inspired hardcore strains. Like every RANCID full-length this one has a few twists and turns and more than enough musical surprises to keep the mix fresh and exciting, but "indestructible" also marks a return to the bands roots that will surely have true RANCID fans rejoicing!

DoLP 25.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. "let the dominoes fall" is RANCID's 7th album; spanning 19 tracks, with RANCID's signature style once again shining through, blending raucous streetwise punk-rock with a hint of ska rhythms. This is a readymade classic that take its place beside "and out come the wolves" as a touchstone of the genre, filled with 2min. gems that every kid in the world will be singing along! Now available again on vinyl with a gatefold-cover.

DoLP 25.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. RANCID's 2nd full-length, released in 1994, is disarmingly good from start to finish. With roots set firmly in their Berkeley punk-rock origins, on "let's go" RANCID set out with heart, soul and vehemence to reach new heights in their music. All the of the songs bristle with the unmatched signature of Tim Armstrong's intensely evocative writing style. Colored double 10" comes with a gatefold-cover.

Do10"col 24.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. A year long project that took the band from San Francisco to Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans and Jamaica, "life won't wait" has highlights that are as varied as they are rewarding. Of the 2 songs actually recorded in Jamaica, is a poignant addict's lament with sweet soulful vocal assists from Hepcat, while the title track features Tim and Lars sparring with dancehall kingpin Buju Banton against a canvas of urgent old school ska. Self-produced, culled from life experience, and played live in large measure, "life won't wait" is as ambitious and independent as it gets.

DoLP 24.00€* LPpic 18.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. Without any reminiscing about their former band OPERATION IVY, Matt Freeman (bass) and Tim Armstrong (guitar/vocals) blast through their debut without any hints of ska or blatant CLASH plagiarizing. On the contrary, this album rips through 15 tracks of high-energy punk that's accompanied by heavy bass leads and Armstrong's permanently slurred vocals. And to top it all off, the lyrical content deals with urban blight and the lifestyle of being a public nuisance.

LP 23.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. From its ominous, xeroxed album cover, to the barely legible lyric sheet to the sheer chaos invoked by the music, RANCID 2000 (as the 2nd self-titled album) is paint-peeling punk-rock of the highest order. Produced by long-time friend and producer Brett Gurewitz, most of the 22 songs clock in at well under 2min., and there are absolutely no ballads. Guitars are driven to within inches of meltdown, the bass burns with the signature maniacal virtuosity of Matt Freeman, and the vocals are delivered with raging conviction. RANCID's hardest, fastest record to date!

LPpic 16.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. Born in the midst of the post-Reagan economic downturn in the San Francisco, the East-Bay region specifically, RANCID came to light as Armstrong and Freeman were moving forward after the first band they founded, OPERATION IVY, reached a friendly demise. Over the past 2 decades, RANCID has shown awareness of their changing environment and has established their place in it, all while never losing sight of themselves as individuals or as a band. Vinyl includes a digital download card.

LP 23.00€*


PUNK-ROCK. This 3rd volume of the BYO split Series features 2 of the most infamous punk bands in the world, RANCID and NOFX. The twist on this one is that each band has gone into the studio to record six of the other bands songs. Neither one revealed which songs they were going to do, so the mystery became even more of a reason to get more bold on song selelctions, and the outcome is amazing. The contrasting styles of both bands make the songs that much more interesting, and the self produced efforts bring forth all the energy and fury that punk-rock is built on.

LP 17.50€*


POST-PUNK. RANK/XEROX from San Francisco finally return with 4 songs of messy post-punk with hidden pop james and dark guitar scratchers and synth screamers. Distorting messy and catchy at the same time. Colored (silver) vinyl is limited to 100 copies only.

MLPcol 12.50€*


POST-PUNK. The album follows a 7" and a split tape. The sound is one of post-punk tension, messy but vaguely pop in a fractured fashion, guitar scratchers and synth screamers. The 10 track record inhabits darker, danker spaces than previously, damaged dirges seep out from a confused consciousness, and are stared down by obtuse ragers and disorienting excursions into the synth zone. RANK/XEROX have a visceral-yet-moody texture reminiscent of FEEDERZ, some RUDIMENTARY PENI attitude.

LP 11.00€*


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