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Revolution? - Various - Mosh Pit Records International Compilation: Mosh Around The World (Cassette)

8 Thoughts to “ Revolution? - Various - Mosh Pit Records International Compilation: Mosh Around The World (Cassette) ”

  1. Judal
    "Destroyer" is the thrasher of the bunch, no doubt appearing on hundreds of mix tapes around the world, including a few of my own. But I also dig the melancholy plod of "Harvest," the swagger of "Stuck In A Rut" and the cool sing-along parts of "Revolution?" "Kill By Remote Control" is perhaps the finest U.S. punk/hc record of
  2. Shaktiktilar
    Various Artists - In the Memory of James Lynn Strait of Snot 8/7/68 - 12/11/99 cassette sampler Immortal Records. A special early sampler for the release Strait Up, which was scheduled to be released in November This sampler contains three tunes .
  3. Kazikree
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  4. Samulkis
    Riot grrrl is an underground feminist hardcore punk movement that originally started in the early s, in Washington, and the greater Pacific Northwest, noticeably in Olympia, Washington. It is a subcultural movement that combines feminist consciousness and punk style and politics. It is often associated with third-wave feminism, which is sometimes seen as its starting point.
  5. Daijar
    From August 20 – 25, , K Records held an indie music festival called the International Pop Underground Convention. A promotional poster reads: A promotional poster reads: As the corporate ogre expands its creeping influence on the minds of industrialized youth, the time has come for the International Rockers of the World to convene in.
  6. Maurr
    Blindsided Records’ 4th release is about to be unleashed into the world. A 7” vinyl record featuring Voidcrawler (NL) & Deconvolution (CH), each taking up one side of the wax. Having played together several times the combination was a slamdunk as the music .
  7. Vojind
    After a ten-year “coma of sorts”, mighty Kreator finally returned to their thrash metal roots with their tenth long-play, Violent Revolution, which along Destruction’s The Antichrist, both from , probably spearheaded the resurgence of thrash in the 21st yctsunespragotovunraporrachanno.coinfo the following years, not only the loved/hated retro-thrash movement would arise, but also many of the most important.
  8. Fem
    Oct 03,  · "Destroyer" is the thrasher of the bunch, no doubt appearing on hundreds of mix tapes around the world, including a few of my own. But I also dig the melancholy plod of "Harvest," the swagger of "Stuck In A Rut" and the cool sing-along parts of "Revolution?" "Kill By Remote Control" is perhaps the finest U.S. punk/hc record of /5(73).

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