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  • Audio CD (October 13, 1998)
  • Label: Eyeball
  • ASIN: B00000FBRR
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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I had the 87 demo 7 inch in 1989 but through various moves left all vinyl behind but managed to record a few select songs on mini disc. It's now available on mp3 with three extra songs than the 7 inch. Anyway, I read the Blackout blog the other day and it said these guys are from Astoria, Queens to my amazement. Some reason I always thought they were from Baltimore because one day we went to skate Landsdowne in Baltimore and a hardcore band was practicing in a apartment as we walked by which sounded like Breakdown. The demo is some the most roughest disgruntled authentic sounding stuff available. No playing around straight up pissed New York City hardcore basically saying, (do whats right, don't mess with me or any of my friends) COOL. Blacklisted, this release, and Battle hyms for an angry planet are to be played as one file. Everything goes together and one leads right into the next. Meglomaniac sets this off in a way saying one with a ego will get knocked down and knocked down again. Street fights also here sounding just as good as the other reviewer said in the blacklisted review. Songs heat up and groove as the rest of album with tempos raging all out to slowing down then picking back up again. "Dissed and Dismissed", is on this which is on the Blackout compilation "N.Y.H.C. Where the Wild things are". I have listened to this song so many times throughout life but never understood the lyrics til now but played it anyway because I liked the sound. There is the cover of Bad Brains "Regulator", which sounds good with Jeff Perlin's straight up in your face delivery.
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