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Dirty Rotten LP Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (November 26, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, Enhanced
  • Label: Beer City Records
  • ASIN: B00006NSIX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,454 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Don't Need Society
2. Commuter Man
3. Plastique
4. Why
5. Balance of Terror
6. My Fate to Hate
7. Who Am I
8. Money Stinks
9. Human Waste
10. Yes Ma'am
11. Dennis' Problem
12. Closet Punk
13. Reaganomics
14. Sad to Be
15. War Crimes
16. Busted
17. Draft Me
18. F.R.D.C.
19. Capitalists Suck
20. Misery Loves Company
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"Talk about giving the fans more than their money's worth here!" -- Joe / The Metal Observer

"These are the definitive recordings from this legendary act: Fast, thrashing, socially aware hardcore/punk with a sense of humor." -- aversionline.com

"This is a truly excellent enhanced version of a landmark record" -- Daniel Hinds /the-plague.net

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G. Iwanski on July 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have been listening to this album for almost 15 years now...and, I'll probubly listen to it another 15 years.

It is one of the fastest, heaviest, most hard-core albums I have ever listen to, besides bad brains albums. This is a Must-Have for any one interested in listening and collecting albums of this era. I was astounded by it in 1990 and still even now.

I can not believe how fast the song "block head" is!!!! It is one of the fastest hard-core songs EVER!!!

Every single song on here is heavy, Hard-core and most especially....FAST....incredibly FAST,but, not as fast as "block head". besides The Bad Brains...Old DRI..the hard-core DRI are the fastest,best early 80's Hard-core band ever...and this album proves it. This band and this album are my favorite!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By goodviolentfun on January 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is by all means a land mark album for punk and metal. This masterpiece foreshadowed thrash and (surprisingly) grind metal, having contained the first ever blast beat on track 21, "no sense". It is very hard to believe that this came out of 1982 (originally), for it pole-vaulted over every member of its genre, in speed and musicallity. If you are a fan of slayer, anthrax, (early) metallica, exodus, (early) voivod, or any other thrash band I failed to mention; along with the misfits, samhian, black flag, bad brains, or any other HC-punk band I failed to mention, than pick this one up, along with every other D.R.I release. Amazing band, amazing album. Best tracks= No sense, violent pacification, Money Stinks, Plastique...
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By RIPUNK80 on June 4, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Great album with many thrash tunes played at breakneck speed. Very political anti war message. The best tracks are I don't need society, reaganomics, closet punk, tunes that are short and sweet.
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First around 1980 or 81 I bought the black and white cover sleeve 7" and then the 12" came out and I bought that too. Not sure why. Oh yea, because the record is incredible. As a 7" this was incredible, that they could fit 24 or so songs on 7 inches of vinyl was in itself, at that time, unheard of. They were taking hardcore to the max. Turns out, as the years past DRI did a merge with some metal flavor. Probably has helped them continue as a band, widen their audience. But the pure punk rock they did on this initial release still stands the test of time. I'm 57 now and it's almost too much for me to take when, at 24 I could just down it in one listening. I was delighted to see there were extra tracks. I tried to listen to the full thing. I could only sample it. I still love HC but i just have a limit that i didn't 30 years ago and, that's ok. Older is older and I always promised myself that however I aged, i didn't wanna falsely embrace punk rock and that's how it's been. Used to go to 12 or more shows a year, in the early 80's probably 30 and even helped put on a couple. The last 5 years it's more like 2 to 3 shows a year and i felt so old at the Manic Hispanic show (see them, they punk rock great, covers of classic hc songs, with funny cholo lyrics) even at an over 21 club. Time passes at a steady rate. DRI themselves are now 30, 35 years older. What is the exact same age is the recordings they did here, untouched by time. A time capsule for us to stick our heads in and see how it affects us today. If yer under 30 or whatever, grab this. There's no metal flavor. It's all pure punk rock, pure hardcore punk rock. If you don't like it, move along, it's not for you. If you love hardcore, buy this or go eat a nice sandwich. I wish they had the original blurry black and white photo on the cover but that's a minor point. The tunes are here alive as ever, forever, as long as God gives us time on this earth. Enjoy it baby. God bless.
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By John Dreisbach on September 21, 2011
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
Just about every time I have my turntable going, this vinyl makes its way onto it. So glad they re-released it!
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