Results Pagination - Page 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Sponsored Listings. Got one to sell? Make an Offer. Homicide - The Plantation snippets Sacramento Rap. Music Cassettes Music cassettes, like vinyl, are one of the formats in which music is released. What are the various genres of cassette tapes? Some of the cases will have the album artwork, which includes the cover as well as other details, such as: List of songs and sometimes lyrics Information about the musician or musicians Production notes Photos of the artist or artists What different features do cassette tapes have?
They might have a few different features, such as: Set: There might be more than one cassette tape included in the set either from a large playlist or because of multiple hits from one artist. Style of cassette: Different labels created unique looks for artists by using clear, white, and coloured cassettes. Some are even identified as being a special addition.
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Amazon Warehouse. Charlie Santus. JlrsTreasures LLC. Double B Distributors. Discogs Profile. Log in to Reply. Several of the links point to masters, not to the cassettes, why? I think the year on the Raekwon cassette might be a typo. Okay, I think this albums are missing in the list! Looking at Discogs today I can see why, as their first release was only as late as while for many years before that the band had been on a number of comps.
Fast forward to the s and the wonderful days of the internet, finally I managed to get hold of some Icelandic punk! It is a wonderful EP that blends the more pretentious side of Icelandic punk. This is why I always return to the old stuff: the blend of tempo, ideas and a grain of magic. Norway had possible the most solid and coherent hardcore scene in the world. In the ongoing canonisation of early eighties hardcore from the Nordic countries, many great Norwegian bands seem to be repeatedly overlooked.
One might argue that this is also true in the case of this list. The original pressing was a thousand copies, but the record has since been bootlegged a few times. This fusion of influences contributes to giving the record a sound that is simultaneously timeless and cutting edge. In many ways, Bannlyst are perhaps more musically akin to their American contemporaries in Crucifix than the more noise oriented outputs of many of their Nordic peers. Their main ambition seems to be to produce great songs and riffs, not sound as raw or blown out as possible.
The musicianship on the record is really quite impressive. While often quite melodic and sometimes outright catchy, the songs are never lacking in urgency or power. Lyrically, Bannlyst delivers simple but effective political outbursts.
War, power abuse and a flawed system is described in a realistic but never cynical manner. Somewhat dystopian sentiments are also expressed in the chaotic and crass artwork of the record sleeves, making the EP a cohesive and capturing release, both musically and aesthetically. This distinct sonic style would dominate the Norwegian scene in the mid-eighties, and solidify the status of Norwegian hardcore in the international punk sphere. It is a true classic, that has been highly influential both on Norwegian punk as a whole, and as a reference point for me personally, when attempting to make relevant hardcore in To this day there are no re-issues.
At least one bootleg can be found in circulation. Anxiety Attack. Despite only one, but awesome, release E. Sadly, the lyrics are perhaps still relevant today. Disordered in a really fucking cool way! Ernst came from the small town Grums, far away from larger towns and cities, and began playing in I used to work during the summer school breaks as a residential caretaker.
I thought this old man was always really fucking grumpy and whiny, had a few proper tussles with him. But then one day he moved away to a nursing home in Edsholm close to Slottsbron and no one was a s happy as I was! In the autumn of , E. The comes with a booklet. Re-issued and re-mastered on Hardcore survives and Loud Punk Records in Hovedet Mod Muren.
In other words, all members of the band had already been active in bands that had formed in in the second wave of Danish Punk. However from day one the musical vision of W. Their first cassette album came in , but more recordings followed. And they never changed their style—if they felt the need to do something a little different, they did so via other musical outlets.
Steen left the band in , and was replaced by Dimse. In , W. In the early to mids W. After , our lives went in different directions. But in , I met Steen in London and our friendship picked up right where we had left off 16 years before. To this day, the LP has only been pressed once. It should come with a lyric insert; some copies also had an extra insert with the lyrics translated into English.
The band was formed in the winter of — by Vesku, Olli, and Juha. Of these early songs, Appendix still sounds very melodic, balancing between punk rock and hardcore.
A new guitarist Jaska and a new bassist Tomi who actually had never played bass before stepped in. The band was planning to release a one sided LP, but they were not satisfied with the tape they made so they decided to give it a new try and entered the studio again, this time with more songs in their pockets.
With the debut album came a new sound: more precise, more straightforward, more hardcore. The record is full of great guitar licks and catchy songs. Faster hardcore songs alternate with slower songs and there are even some post punk influences to be heard. However, the LP was never released because the band was not satisfied with how they sounded, even though the songs were not completely bad. Appendix definitely had a sound of their own compared to other Finnish bands. More recently, Appendix has reformed, doing their best to spoil their legacy on a series of new releases, all of which are mostly watered-down crap, but in their heyday Appendix surely put out some world top class hardcore punk.
The vinyl is very dark green, close to black. Re-pressed on black vinyl with a black and while sleeve, as well as red vinyl with yellow sleeve. Both these versions are considered to be the same release. Ringhals Brinner. During an intense period this 4-beat punk band was transformed under the steward of Micke Blomqvist into a hardcore band in …[ more ].
I will have to finalize this wind bag rant and define them as: punk with the tendency to wear mustache! Once upon a time Asta Kask was a punk band just like so many others.
However, due to severe boozing the band collapsed. Luckily, Micke Blomqvist quickly requited new members and kick-started the band. From there, the band would go on to play in every Swedish city, town and every possible backwoods. He hardly ever got paid, yet still managed at the same time stay the most possibly supportive person I have been in contact with. He gave a lot advice to us despite being fully busy with Asta. Micke was also handling the Kloakens Alternativa Anti-Studio, an oasis for a lot of punk bands who made their first recording there.
At that time, they had made gigs and sold 10, of records—a massive achievement for a Swedish hardcore band. I have understood that later on, Asta Kask have been challenged by purist hardcore fans, who finding them too popular, too melodic or too wimpy.
In response to that I would say that few bands have made so much for our hardcore scene as Asta Kask and Micke Blomqvist, leaving an endless number of descendant bands all around Sweden. Pressed in copies. With a foldout sleeve with lyrics printed on the inside.
Copies exist in pink the most common , green, and yellow labels. Re-issued on Rosa Honung in During a brief period in the early to mid s, Mellakka put out two awesome EPs and a demo. At first glance I thought it was another band called Metallica but from another country. I never cared for Metallica. That Mellakka also came from a region of Finland known for a unique dialect also makes the record stand out over other Finnish HC releases. At first, it seems laughably amateur, but after awhile, it really begins to grow on you, especially the cool title song.
I like it, but listen for yourself. Throngs of grinding guitar intensity, distinctive disorderly grates echoing subcutaneous rips of emergent power. CRUDE SS defiantly blaze impetuous rawness, a sonic inferno of chaotic crunchers bolting forth storming drum booms and menacing guttural vocals. A brutal untamed force, unrestrained outrageous wailings of frantic guitar cavortion highlight this fierce arrangement that exhilarates to the maximum with a strong character of stimulating popularity.
From Sweden this is rapidly delicious. Some of their material approximates thrash, some is metallish, and some falls into the horrific death cult genre. Their new album features live versions of many of their earlier hits and, unlike most live efforts, is actually more hard-hitting than some of their studio releases. The title song here is a minor classic, and it sets the pace for a very high-speed record.
The fast tempos, metallic guitars, lyrics, and vocal delivery all add up to… GBH, so decide on that basis. This is the kind of record that makes you want to bash your head repeatedly into a wall.
A blistering thrash attack, matched by very intelligent lyrics. Niels de Wid played all the instruments on these eight songs, and also made the booklet. Their new EP elevates the musical brilliance of their last album to dizzying new heights. Not only are these songs loud, powerful, and creative, but Bob manages to produce the most extraordinary guitar sound—it actually shimmers. Buy this and keep yourself entertained for months. Listen before buying. A very well-recorded and interesting release.
Some of it is thrashed-out, but it mutates into several styles—heavy metal, jazz, power pop—without falling apart at the seems. The title song is a real standout. For another, the songwriting is more developed. Finally, the production is much improved from a technical standpoint, though I personally prefer the gravelly guitar sound on their debut.
Some of the lead breaks are cool, but overall this band needs a lot more energy to make in impression in A hip debut with a handmade cover. This is weird but ultimately unsatisfying. The flip, which starts out slow and druggy, then snaps into a jangly overdrive, is considerably better.
Jay McKnight has Determinism - Various - ;Norway Hardcore; Compilation Tape (Cassette) permitted my posting of his comments to me:. Sometimes it works well; at other times, it seems a bit awkward, especially when they lapse into an almost folk-rock style. Still very rare ftom back in the days!! That Mellakka also came from a region of Finland known for a unique dialect also makes the record stand out over other Finnish HC Determinism - Various - ;Norway Hardcore; Compilation Tape (Cassette). And a lot of kids are driving around in old cars, so tape decks are still relevant for them. We grow our minds through studying. Grevious Musical Harm had a much appreciated original drawing done by Pushead — a great drawing of a guitar going through a skull… Printed purple cover, blue printed label on side A, and grey cassette casing. Those were great days. Once I made the move into records, the focus shifted away from the tapes, which I almost regret as things were never really so exciting or fun after that.
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