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  1. "Live at CBGB's" is a fascinating relic of the mid-'70s New York underground rock explosion that soon became tagged with the woefully underdescriptive sobriquet "punk". True, the club's first-tier bands (Television, Patti Smith, Ramones, Talking Heads, Blondie, et al.) are nowhere to be found on this comp, and there's a very good reason for.
  2. Oct 05,  · THE OFFENDERS - We must rebel; SEPTIC DEATH - Theme from Ozobozo; SEPTIC DEATH - Now that I have the attention Live CBGB 88; REPULSION - Horrified; THE ACCUSED - Oh Martha! NEW NAMES FOR OLD DESIRES 4WAY SPLIT CD; Winnie dah Poosher! MOT+1 WORLD DOMINATION! DESTROY! ERASE! IMPROVE! View my complete profile. FEEDJIT Live .
  3. The Offenders were formed in in Killeen, and after relocating to Austin in , became known worldwide as one of the premiere hardcore bands out of the Lone Star state. Raw and rabid but more than proficient in the delivery of their musical rebellion – alongside friends and scenemates D.R.I. and M.D.C. – Offenders completely ruled the hardcore scene throughout the infamous Reagan-era.
  4. Mar 20,  · In an effort to rectify this blind spot, ’s We Must Rebel, ’s Endless Struggle, and the 7” “I Hate Myself”/“Bad Times” have been collected by Southern Lord as a double.
  5. OFFENDERS. likes. The Offenders were formed in in Killeen, Texas relocated to Austin in and became known worldwide as one of the premiere hardcore bands from Texas.
  6. (2tone/ska/skinhead reggae Band from Cosenza, Italy - update your tags to "The Offenders".)The Offenders were a hardcore band from Austin, Texas. They were active from approximately to , putting out 2 albums and 4 7-inches, as well as appearing on various compilations (notably the P.E.A.C.E. compilation in ) They are considered by their fans to be 'right up there' with the most.
  7. Aug 07,  · We Must Rebel () R Radical R.I.P. Mikey and Tony See the KKK dressed in their gowns As they come to meet from all around They wear a .

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