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Old 10-12-2010, 02:42 PM   #21
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Dead Milkmen.

hey, here they are covering one of the best Misfits songs:

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my favorite band:



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Wait, Rise Against was headlining and Bad Religion was not? I am off to see BR on the 29th in Myrtle Beach and might possibly go see them again on Halloween in ATL. They are by far my favorite punk band. Brain and I will literary have conversations only using their song lyrics.
Yeah ... BR was below City and Color (watch as 5,000 people go get a pizza), then Wheezer, then Rise Against headlined.

BR is popular here but Rise Against is REALLY popular in western Canada, for some reason. It seems like they play here every six months for the last few years.

You'll love the BR show. It's their 20th Anniversary tour, by the way. Get a T-shirt.
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holy **** atom&his package! First song I heard by them was "me and my black metal friends" and I was all 'wtf is this ****, it's so different'

They're great.
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hey, here they are covering one of the best Misfits songs:
So awesomely terrible
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Yeah ... BR was below City and Color (watch as 5,000 people go get a pizza), then Wheezer, then Rise Against headlined.

BR is popular here but Rise Against is REALLY popular in western Canada, for some reason. It seems like they play here every six months for the last few years.

You'll love the BR show. It's their 20th Anniversary tour, by the way. Get a T-shirt.
I have seen BR at least half a dozen times in the short span that I have been into punk. I do not expect to be disappointed at all by their show, I am seriously considering picking up a ticket to the ATL show and seeing them twice. I think it would be well worth it considering that they do not tour as much any more.

More BR



Some Descendents


Follow up with some NoFX


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I grew up listening to punk but mainly listen to hardcore nowadays. Bands the got me started were NOFX, lagwagon, black flag, and the OG Minor threat.

Nowadays my listening consists of Have heart, Verse, Ruiner, The Carrier, Defeater and Bane.
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I've seen BR 3 or 4 times. I remember how I got into them. It was somewhere between 1993-1995, I was like 10, and I was at the county library. They had VHS tapes and CDs so I was browsing CDs and came across BR's "Recipe for Hate". I thought it looked interesting, borrowed it and fell in love with it when I got home and put it in my walkman cd player lol my sister is 8 years older than me and got me into pennywise, offspring, green day, descendents, sunny day real estate etc.

I miss the early-mid 90s. So much.
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I've seen BR 3 or 4 times. I remember how I got into them. It was somewhere between 1993-1995, I was like 10, and I was at the county library. They had VHS tapes and CDs so I was browsing CDs and came across BR's "Recipe for Hate". I thought it looked interesting, borrowed it and fell in love with it when I got home and put it in my walkman cd player lol my sister is 8 years older than me and got me into pennywise, offspring, green day, descendents, sunny day real estate etc.

I miss the early-mid 90s. So much.
Recipe for Hate was the first BR album I actually bought. I picked it up in um 03. I had a lot of their stuff from napster though.
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I saw BR in 04' and was a little unimpressed. They're old now. They dont move around on stage much as if they're going to break a hip.

NoFX was badass. Antiflag has the craziest pit i've ever been in. Watched a kid make a new elbow in the middle of his forearm at my last anti-flag show. The vandals have been badass every time i've seen them.
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i dont move offstage, so i dont care that they dont move onstage!
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I saw BR in 04' and was a little unimpressed. They're old now. They dont move around on stage much as if they're going to break a hip.

NoFX was badass. Antiflag has the craziest pit i've ever been in. Watched a kid make a new elbow in the middle of his forearm at my last anti-flag show. The vandals have been badass every time i've seen them.
Yah NOFX is great in concert, I think i probably have just about all of their albums
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Dead Boys "Sonic Reducer" ... classic



Circle Jerks ...



Tried to find a good video of The Vibrators "London Girls" but apparently there are none.

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They're old now.
I'm old now ;-)

When I saw the Circle Jerks a few years ago ... they were about 4 bands down from the headliner, Pennywise ... they didn't move around much either (not like the video above, and not like they were in LA five years before that video).

I've got a buddy who lives in another city north of here ... he's got probably 5,000 punk 45's and EP's ... I feel pretty good when he plays a few and I know every tenth band.

One of the things that is a little sad about the digital age is so much music is gone forever ... 90% of what was out before the first CD arrived in '84 isn't on digital anything, and even with bands that are represented on CD, they pick what the record company considers "hits" and leave the rest in the vault, rotting.

Just off the top of my head, and this is not "punk" but whatever .. we get J. Geils Band's "Centerfold" on CD but not anything from the album "Full House" (which is one of the best party records ever recorded anywhere ... period).

If anyone's not familiar with that album, it's pretty much the same as giving us The Who's "Squeezebox" as a "history" of that band, while burying "Live at Leeds".

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I have been trying to find some FEAR albums online and have not had any success. I first heard "I love living in the City" in SLC Punk and have wanted to listen to so more. Would you happen to have any mp3's of them that you would mind sharing?
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I have been trying to find some FEAR albums online and have not had any success. I first heard "I love living in the City" in SLC Punk and have wanted to listen to so more. Would you happen to have any mp3's of them that you would mind sharing?
My buddy found a copy of Fear-The Record in an old *** record shop. I got a copy cd from him. It's around here somewhere, I'll see if I can find it.

Let's Have a War, I Love Living in the City and New York's Alright are on it to name a few.
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My buddy found a copy of Fear-The Record in an old *** record shop. I got a copy cd from him. It's around here somewhere, I'll see if I can find it.
It would be amazing if you did. I need to get my server up and running again. I was sharing a ton of music around when it ran. got so much stuff from me.
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Yeah, I'll look for it, it just might take a bit. I've got **** scattered everywhere.

Organized chaos, that's my motto.
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