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HARDCOE-PUNK. Formed in Los Angeles, in 1983, REIGN OF TERROR was a bit of an anomaly within the greater L.A. punk scene - they declared themselves modern metal and played a punk/metal hybrid that wouldn't dominate the landscape until much later. Featuring WÜRM and STAINS members, the band played just a handful of gigs and left behind one incredibly rare 7" and a track on Mystic's "it came from slimey valley" compilation. Perplexing punk and metal collectors alike (and decimating their wallets) for the past 35 years, Radio Raheem is extremely proud to present an official reissue of all known recorded material by REIGN OF TERROR.

7" 8.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. HANS-A-PLAST were founded in Hannover in 1978 and are still one of the outstanding and formative punk bands of the former FRG. In 1979 their 1st LP was released with the help of the local independent label LAVA RECORDS. The album became a classic and was an inspiration for the still clichéd, cliché-free punk of the early '80s. Against all expectations, their debut was so successful that the band decided in 1980 to found their own label No Fun Records. This thick 180gr re-issue is limited and hand-numbered (1000 copies), comes with original artwork and original booklet.

LP 15.00€*

 

SINGER/SONGWRITER. After releasing, "bury me in philly" in 2017 DAVE HAUSE was stockpilling songs and gearing up to record his 4th solo record. This nice record contains 5 songs which were in the beginning thought out as a core for the new full-length record. The music is atmospheric, melodic acoustic-punk with a lot of heart, soul and emotion thrown in. DAVE?s voice is wonderful and in combination with music gives a unique soundscape perspective. There are 3 new songs, an acoustic version of "shaky jesus" and the cover song by BRANDI CARLILE. In all, this record is great for closing your eyes and traveling into another, colourful, melodic and music world for at least 20min.. Colored (yellow/orange) vinyl includes a digital download card.

LPcol 17.50€*

 

HARDCORE. VILE were outsiders to an insular scene: kids from the Boston suburbs who decided to gain attention the easy way, by pissing people off. The 3 songs contained on this 7" were recorded during the "solution" LP sessions: "overload" being previously unreleased, and "definitions" and "5 to 10" being alternate versions to the LP cuts. These tracks are simple, raw, energetic, and pissed-off hardcore songs made by alienated kids.

7" 8.50€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. The perfect melding of 2 timeless facets of punk, the honest forward thinking D.C. style hardcore of FAITH and VOID split with total DEATH SIDE style anthemic hardcore. Both are furious and immediate and work together in perfect harmony here without really sounding like either exactly. RASHOMON has had their share of setbacks with immigration, mental health, modern American life in general... and that urgency and frustration is reflected here crystal clear. 500 copies of 150 gram black vinyl with an etched b-side are housed in a beautiful jacket along with an insert and a download card.

LP 17.50€*

 

HARDCORE. After many 7"s, splits etc. here you have the 1st full-length album from swedish d-takt and raw-punk masters HONNÖR SS. Expect nothing than pure noise dirty madness - you know the Swedes do this style better than anyone!

LP 12.50€*

 

HARDCORE. New York/Florida hardcore seasoned veterans VIETNOM teams up with Los Angeles hardcore's longstanding heavy hitters TAKE VENGEANCE. Both delivering a new and exclusive track. Colored vinyl includes a digital download card.

7"col 8.00€*

 

POP-PUNK-ROCK. We all know the best pop songs clock in around 2 minutes, so NO BLUES returns with a limited 7" featuring 2 perfect mid-tempo power-pop anthems that clock in around 2 minutes each. "miranda rights" has a heavy percussive mid-tempo providing an ideal backbone to a tasteful melody. "exploding hearts" is so smooth, with an instant sing-along hook, compelling vocal arrangements, hot guitar leads, and a tastefully emotional climax, it actually manages to recall its legendary namesake.

7" 7.50€*

 

CROSSOVER-HARDCORE. A reissue of the 1986 debut album from Venice Beach crossover band BEOWÜLF. Originally released on Mike Muir's Suicidal Records, the album is a blend of the hardcore of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES and the full-on rock/metal attack of MOTÖRHEAD. Re-issue features 2 additional tracks.

LP 19.50€*

 

HARDCORE-PUNK. BRONCO LIBRE from Leipzig, Germany deliver ass-kicking punk-hardcore on their debut full-length. The band perfected their brand of fast, melodic hardcore like YOUTH AVOIDERS or CAREER SUICIDE meets the hook-driven punk of the RED DONS or ROTTEN MIND.

LP 12.50€*

 

NOISE-PUNK-ROCK. After three 7"s and roughly 200 shows, the Boston 5-piece has finally immortalized its sound and spirit in full-length fashion. "awareness" is 10 tracks' worth of swaggering, melodic, noise-rock that charges forward through the same sewers as NIRVANA, UNSANE, and TURBONEGRO. Burly drums and distorted bass pound out frantic punk-rock rhythms, as dual guitars weave ragged blankets of noisy melody. ANEURYSM's sound is a solid approximation of the JESUS LIZARD's seediness, but with a muscular locomotion that’d make the Toronto scuzz-punks in METZ proud.

LP 15.00€*

 

PUNK/MELODYCORE. The title of NOFX's "white trash two heebs and a bean" is a pretty fair indicator of what's going on in the grooves - specifically, tongue-in-cheek, politically incorrect forays into America's pancultural society. NOFX rips through much more than standard-issue thrash. They transform MINOR THREAT's "straight edge" into a blues song with fake B.B. King vocals, go ska for the wry character study "bob" and examine lesbian lifestyles with surprising maturity on "liza and louise". Not quite so understanding is "johnny appleseed" which pokes fun at the very concept of cultural diversity and is sung in a Hispanic accent by guitarist El Hefe.

LP 23.00€*

 

INDIE/EMO-ROCK. Kansas City rock foursome RADAR STATE may be newly-minted, but the members of the band are familiar names to independent music fans. With members of THE GET UP KIDS, THE ARCHITECTS and THE ANNIVERSARY, the band's pedigree is unquestionable. Limited edition of 500 copies.

LP 19.50€*

 

POP/EMO-PUNK. Available for the 1st time ever on vinyl. Originally released in 2002 via Kung Fu Records. Especially in the genre of pop-punk, many bands have a recognisable song specific to their sound. Throwing in 2 riffy guitars that spit out loops and hooks as if they are there for grabs, a voice that is a bit more gruffy than the average pop-punk band and an over-all sound that just brightens up your day with joyful and pretty uptempo choruses.

LP 19.50€*

 

PUNK-ROCK. By the summer of 1980, THE FLESH EATERS had left scorch marks across their genre and their generation both, releasing the debut "disintegration nation" 7", a compilation called "tooth and nail", and a 1st annihilating full-length called "no questions asked". Mono Records releases this deluxe LP version of "no questions asked" with complete bonus tracks including the "disintegration nation" 7", the 3 tracks from the "tooth and nail" compilation, and never-before-on-vinyl restored demos. This is the definitive reissue of the last great, lost Los Angeles punk-band.

LP 17.50€*

 

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