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Dookie, the band's Diamond-selling major label debut (originally released by Reprise Records in 1994), will be available on a 180-gram, audiophile-grade black-vinyl disc pressed by Pallas and packaged in a single-pocket Stoughton jacket
Green Day - Dookie [180 Gram]
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A priority release from Epitaph, this new album from NOFX features "180 Degrees," "I'm Telling Tim," "Dad's Bad News," "Falling in Love" and more. The band's near half million fan base are eagerly anticipating it's release.
NOFX - So Long & Thanks for All the Shoes
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Misfits

Static Age

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Static Age is an album by the American horror punk band the Misfits. It was recorded in 1978 but was not released in it's entirety until 1997.
Misfits - Static Age
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Vinyl LP repressing of this 1986 collection from the Punk legends. The compilation is officially titled Misfits, but is commonly referred to as Collection I and was made up as the first half of a pair with the later release of the compilation album Collection II. It includes several versions of songs that are exclusive to this compilation.
Misfits - Misfits  Collection
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Without a doubt, 1989's NO CONTROL is one of Bad Religion's best releases. This was one of the albums that helped bridge the band's more reckless earlier direction with their more focused (but just as pissed-off) '90s-era. If you're just discovering the band, NO CONTROL is a wise first purchase, on the strength of such cuts as 'Big Bang,' 'Automatic Man,' the title track, and 'I Want to Conquer the World.' NO CONTROL is one of punk's greatest all-time albums and a quintessential purchase for fans of the genre.

Bad Religion: Greg Graffin (vocals); Mr. Brett (guitar, background vocals); Greg Hetson (guitar); Jay Bentley (bass, background vocals); Pete Finestone (drums). Recorded at Westbeach Recorders, Hollywood, California in June 1989.

Bad Religion - No Control [LP]
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BR's third album that was hailed as "Best Album Of The Year" by punk bibles Flipside and Maximum Rock 'n Roll. Bad Religion's 1987 release, is one of their finest. The band (which saw the original line-up reunite for the album's release) was improving and becoming more and more focused with each successive release, and SUFFER showed the band as one of the world's top thought-provoking punk outfits. Although many similar-sounding bands have taken Bad Religion's patented sound further chartwise, few have been able to truly top such Bad Religion classics as "You Are (the Government)," the title track, "Do What You Want," and "What Can You Do?"
Bad Religion - Suffer [LP]
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Spanning some eight albums and multiple line-ups, "All Ages" contains the very best of Bad Religion's Epitaph years. It includes live versions of "Do What You Want" and "Fuck Armageddon..." with artwork that is culled from original show flyers! The lyrics sheets are also the original hand-written versions; some of which were scribed on bedroom walls!
Bad Religion - All Ages [LP]
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Repressed and back on black vinyl. This is Bad Religion's 1990 album on the best format around.

Bad Religion - Against The Grain [LP]
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On November 22, Anti/Epitaph Records are thrilled to be re-releasing two seminal albums by the band. For the first time the acclaimed band's catalogue has been united, as their classic albums Fallow (1997) and Left And Leaving (2000) join more recent Anti offerings including the critically heralded Reunion Tour, of which Paste magazine said, "If such a prize existed, it would be the leading candidate for this year's Punk Pulitzer."
The Weakerthans - Left And Leaving [LP]
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Out of print in the U.S.! Black vinyl LP pressing of this 2003 album from the SoCal punksters, their major label debut. 19 tracks. Epitaph.
Rancid - Indestructible
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"Die, Die My Darling" is the sixth single by the horror punk band the Misfits. It was released in May 1984 on singer Glenn Danzig's label Plan 9 Records, seven months after the band's breakup. The song is titled after the 1965 horror film Fanatic, which had been released in the United States under the title Die! Die! My Darling! The cover of the single is derived from the cover of the September 1953 issue of the comic book Chamber of Chills. The back cover artwork was created by artist Pushead.
Misfits - Die Die My Darling
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Operation Ivy

Hectic

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Contains a 12" 8 page booklet.
Operation Ivy - Hectic
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Dead Kennedys

Frankenchrist

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Vinyl version of the classic 1985 release from the Dead Kennedys, the antidote to Reaganomics! Take a trip back to the 80s, when the conservative revolution was in full swing, MTV actually played videos, jocks were only starting to invade punk shows and the band was arrested on obscenity charges. Incredible songwriting that still sounds timeless, combined with amazing guitars and production. The real deal.
Dead Kennedys - Frankenchrist
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Misfits

Legacy of Brutality

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Legacy of Brutality is a compilation album of early songs by the New Jersey punk rock band Misfits. The album contains overdubbed mixes of previously unreleased tracks, mainly from the January-February 1978 Static Age sessions. Besides the Box Set, this is the only album to contain the songs "American Nightmare" and "Who Killed Marilyn?". This compilation was one of the first (aside from bootlegs) to release many of the Static Age tracks to the common public. Glenn Danzig, having mixed and produced it, overdubbed much of the album's material without consulting any former band members.
Misfits - Legacy of Brutality
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2002 vinyl LP reissue. The raw energy of The Adolescents announced the birth of the So. Cal. Punk scene. Brash lyrics and furious playing were their hallmarks that led to a cult status among punk afficianados. Their self-titled album from 1981 set the proverbial stage for everyone from The Dead Kennedys to Green Day and Offspring. Scoring a punk hit with "Amoeba," The Adolescents soon outgrew each other and split apart. Yet their attitude and high-intensity playing live on. Original copies of their only LP are nearly impossible to find, but this reissue on vinyl is a treat for punk fans and collectors. It is one of those rare albums you just can't miss. Frontier Records. Recorded at Perspective Sound, Sun Valley. Mastered at A&M, Hollywood by Frank DeLuna
Adolescents - Adolescents
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Misfits

Earth A.D.

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Earth A.D./Wolfs Blood is the last album released by American horror punk band Misfits to feature founding member and lead vocalist, Glenn Danzig. Danzig released it on his Plan 9 label in December 1983, two months after he played his last concert with the band. It was noticeably harder and faster than their previous releases, showing more of a hardcore punk sound. Since it's release it has often been referred to as simply "Earth A.D." amongst fans. Originally released as a 9 song LP, it was later issued with the three tracks of the Die, Die My Darling EP incorporated into the track listing: "Die, Die My Darling", "Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight?" and "We Bite". Glenn Danzig has said that the tracks "Bloodfeast" and "Death Comes Ripping" were originally intended for Samhain's first release, but were added to what would be the Misfits' final record in a last-ditch effort to save the band. Metallica covered "Die, Die My Darling" for their 1998 cover album Garage Inc, as well as "Green Hell", which was originally covered by Metallica for their 1987 album, Garage Days Re-Revisited, as part of a medley with "Last Caress". British extreme metal band Cradle of Filth covered "Death Comes Ripping" for their 1999 release From the Cradle to Enslave.
Misfits - Earth A.D.
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The predecessor to "Smash", "Ignition" has sold 625K to date. Here it is re-mastered, with every metallic power chord and sing-along chorus the way it sounded in the studio. Contains digital download card for entire album.
The Offspring - Ignition [Remastered]
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Generator is the sixth studio album by the punk rock band Bad Religion. Although the album was completed in the spring of 1991, it was not released until 1992. The reason that the album's release date was pushed back was because Bad Religion was not happy with the artwork and packaging, and in order to release it, they went through ideas that were scrapped.[1] Generator was the band's first release with drummer Bobby Schayer, who replaced Pete Finestone during the Against the Grain tour. - Generator includes some fan favorites and concert staples, such as, "Generator", "No Direction", "Heaven Is Falling", "Atomic Garden", and "The Answer". The album was promoted with Bad Religion's first music video, which was filmed for the song "Atomic Garden".

Bad Religion - Generator [LP]
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Misfits

Collection 2

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Collection II is the companion album to The Misfits' Collection I. Both compilations collect all the early singles and the entire Earth A.D./Wolfs Blood album, and are meant to complement Walk Among Us (not represented because Warner Bros. Owns the rights) and Legacy of Brutality with little overlap. All the early singles are supposed to be represented, although alternative versions of some songs are used instead of the original releases.
Misfits - Collection 2
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2010 release from the Punk Rock survivors. Bad Religion are celebrating three decades of influential, thought provoking and groundbreaking Punk Rock with the Dissent of Man, their 15th studio album overall. The result is one of the band's most forward thinking and musically varied albums ever.
Bad Religion - The Dissent Of Man [LP/CD]
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