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Disorder

Remastering Disorder for the discography collection “Fires LIght the Sky” on Thought Crime Records.

“If you might think this is not the „real“ Disorder, you better do your homework. This band from Sunderland in the U.K. formed in 1978, while the band from Bristol that gained popularity amongst the crusty scene formed in 1980. Also in my humble opinion the Sunderland band is much better and their famous „Air Raid“ must be one of the best Punk songs ever written. Halleluja!
Besides 2 songs that have been included on „Bored Teenagers“ Volume 2 compilation LP, this is the first time these recordings have officially been re-issued.
On here are 5 studio songs recorded in 1980, of which 4 had been released on their 2 fairly rare singles originally and 3 tracks recorded in a rehearsal in 1979.
This record is dedicated to the memory of singer Mark Rough who passed away on 27th Nov 2013.”

Hallowed Butchery

Mastering Hallowed Butchery “Canticle of the Beast” on Thought Crime Records.

“Experimental Doom Metal mayhem from Maine/USA. This has all been played and recorded by a single person, Ryan Fairfield. His music is full of passion and giving the term “brutal” a new meaning. This was recorded before his life changing „funeral rites for the living“ album on Vendetta records and has been released on a cassette tape in a quantity of 100 copies on the same label in 2008.

This re-mastered vinyl re-issue is limited to 500 copies.”

 

Blood Robots L

Mastering Blood Robots S/T LP on Thought Crime Records.

“Members of that band seem to have been in pretty much every Punk or hardcore band from the U.K. in the last 25 years or so: Health Hazard, Ebola, One By One, Boxed In…you name them. Blood Robots started in 1982 and recorded 2 demos, a split flexi 7“ with Reality Control and a few compilation tracks. Here´s most of their recorded work combined on a record that has more than 40 minutes of superb and pretty unique Punk, that has been influenced by Swell Maps, The Fall and of course Crass.”

 

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