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Post Punk/Hardcore thread - where solos go to die
honestly, I haven't a fucking clue but would be interested in what people come up with (for explanation of what this is about see RIB of hip-hop thread).

Probably something by Dead Kennedys or Black Flag.

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Mm.. I'm not entirely sure there is one. Though again I do sway more to the early 90's for Hardcore and Metallic Hardcore.

I suppose if I had to choose one it would probably be "Damaged" by Black Flag. I don't rate Dead Kennedys all that highly, they just irritate me infact.

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Post Re: The RIB of Punk/Hardcore
DISCHARGE - Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing.

In intensity, form, influence and excellence it is the only comparable album.

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Discharge are great, but I dunno. I always place them outside the entire circle of hardcore in their own little microcosm. Like they have a whole subgenre dedicated to worshipping them.

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^^ Good call. Still love everything about that album including the artwork.

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Plastic Surgery Disasters by Dead Kennedys. Perfect songs from start to finish, no filler, innovative ideas and pure punk enjoyment.


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On a personal level I'm more of a Dead Kennedys fan than I am a Black Flag or Bad Brains one, but I can certainly live with Bad Brains. Excellent album, across the board appeal and still influential.


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I will roll runes tonight to curse your bloodline. Dee.

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How do you roll runes?


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Well, my top 2 most fav punk/ hardcore albums are Conflict's "The Ungovernable Force" and Septic Death's "Now That I Have the Attention...", but I don't think either of those could be considered the RIB of punk/ hardcore, because they aren't popular enough and they aren't typical enough.

Can it be an ep? I'd say TOTW probably has it right at "Damaged", but Minor Threat's first ep might be a good fit, too- it personifies hardcore (while "Damaged" is more of a punk/ hc mix). They're both angry and focused, but "Damaged" has a teensy bit of filler that takes away from the intensity (Tho the MT ep has a song called "Filler", there's no actual filler- it's lean, energetic and intense). So I don't know, but it's early in the morning and I only slept 4 hours, so I'm not thinking that well yet (I'll prob come up with 365 albums later on), so I'll go with one of those two...



As for Discharge, they are an incredible band, but not purely punk/ hc I'd say ("Why" is more punk than "Hear Nothing..."). As awesome as they are, like Septic Death I don't think you could say they have an album that exemplifies the punk/ hc sound because they don't have the typical punk/ hc sound. The same with Dead Kennedys- love them, but they definitely aren't typical hc/ punk...


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i'm really tempted to say Madball's "Set It Off". As rightly or wrongly everyone who's vaguely into hardcore seems to love that album.

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This thread is evil.

I'll agree with Discharge 'Hear nothing' though as it is close to perfection.

Death Church by Rudimentary Peni has been on my stereo more times though...I think


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Minutemen - Double Nickels On The Dime

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Probably Never Mind The Bollocks as it's equally overrated and has also been bettered many times.

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Fhil wrote:
Minutemen - Double Nickels On The Dime


Tho a monumental album, I'd say it's about as far away from typical punk/hc as you can get and still be in the sound. It would be more the "Into the Pandemonium" of punk/hc, haha...


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bit more thinking on this, there's a good argument for Cro Mags "Age of Quarrel"

Tom, if you were going for Madball then it should be Agnostic Front One Voice which really combined metal with hardcore

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Kaylee and Rosie wrote:
bit more thinking on this, there's a good argument for Cro Mags "Age of Quarrel"

Tom, if you were going for Madball then it should be Agnostic Front One Voice which really combined metal with hardcore


True dat, I dislike Agnostic Front generally though so they don't really get my vote.

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^I remember when Madball first came out, it was because Roger Miret was in jail, so the other members of Agnostic Front formed a 'project' with his little brother and put out an ep. Now they're still going strong after all this time.


"Liberty and Justice For..." is a better metal/ punk hybrid (crossover) album (and better album all around, and AF's second best) than "One Voice", imo...

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I feel like I should contribute to this thread

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