LDoMoE Podcast #19 – First Wave Hardcore Volume Four

Blatant Dissent

Not much to say on this one that I haven’t said already. It’s the fourth installment of my collection of the wild and wacky hardcore underground of the 1980s.

First Wave Hardcore Podcast #4

Blatant Dissent The Party
Final Conflict Abolish Police
Legal Weapon Out Of Control
YYY Greed
Strike Under Sunday Night Disorientation
Ill Repute Did I Have Fun
Out Of Order Survival Of The Fittest(1983)
Double O You’ve Lost
Swiz Taste

Raw Power You Are The Victim
Willful Neglect Gash Abuse
Overkill Dont Wanna Be Told
Stark Raving Mad Mister Hardcore
F Attack
Bhopal Stiffs Not Just My Head
76% Uncertain Knife in my Back
Ludichrist Immaculate Deception
Plain Wrap! “Green Light, Red Light”
Cyanamid This is Hell

Teenage Queers Masochist Ice Cream Men On Drugs
Bum Kon Questions
Grim Reality Dead Soldier
Neon Christ We Mean Business
Personality Crisis Double Take
Nig-Heist Love in Your Mouth
Final Warning I quit
Secret Hate Rixadik

Superheroines – Remember to Die
Stains Germany
Battered Youth We’ll Love You When You’re Dead
Kilslug – Warlocks, Witches and Demons
Würm We’re off
Vile You Fuckin’ Bum
Last Rights – Chunks
ToXiC ZombiEs R.D.T.C.M.H.

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7 Responses to LDoMoE Podcast #19 – First Wave Hardcore Volume Four

  1. Dave says:

    “Chunks” is one of the greatest songs EVER.

  2. Texas Bell-End says:

    Since it hasn’t been touched on. I just want to say that new Touch and Go book is great. Its kind of amazing how wide open it all was. like how they panned “DOA” and “Really Red” but really liked U2′s 7inch and their undying love of the undertones and revillos.

  3. Joe says:

    @Texas Bell-End – I have not gotten the book because I have been too broke to buy anything of late. It’s the only item on my holiday list however and I can agree with what you’re saying having gotten my mitts on a few original issues of T&G over the years. Something about seeing things “in the moment” instead of historically can make a big difference.

    @Dave – Although I cannot agree with your opinion 100%, I hope you still deem me as part of “The Crew”.

  4. Dave says:

    Woah – you don’t like “Chunks”?!? Song’s rockin’. METAL!

  5. Joe says:

    I’m somewhere between “don’t like” and “greatest song EVER”. It would be better if the lyrics were indecipherable.

  6. Dave says:

    I think the Dinosaur Jr. cover version offers indecipherable lyrics.

  7. Horatio (Dean) says:

    Sorry for being late to the party but this is where I post comments on radio playlists, right. Kilslug owned the wolrld then. They were so far ahean and behind the time it’s sick. They often went looking for hookers than made their show. (Fliper opened for them as a result.
    ALL Last Rights rules….duh……DW played they’re one show. Asssholes

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