Monday, August 3, 2015

V/A-NOTHINGS QUIET ON THE EASTERN FRONT LP COMP(1996)

CR
1.nein
2.melting hopeful
DEVOID OF FAITH
3.maintain
EUCHARIST
4.poison the supply
5.employed
HALFMAN
6.in control
7.flog
COERCION
8.childs play
9.hooverville
DISASSOCIATE
10. worship the porcelain god
ASSFACTOR 4
11.bonkee 3
12.cleenkee
DROPDEAD
13.mindless icon
14.part two
BLACK ARMY JACKET
15.snort
16.dog teeeth
BRUTAL TRUTH
17.postulate
JUDAS ISCARIOT
18.bugs will run the world
19.gospel scholars
MONSTER X
20.take a walk
21.frustrated existence
SUPPRESSION
22.flies on shit
23.unabomber
24.system upheaval

This compilation LP came out in 1996 on Reservoir Records.  Andrew Orlando was the brain child behind this 90's Extreme East Coast Compilation.  Pretty sure it started off as a 7", then a 10", and finally a LP.  I was lucky enough to play in two bands that were on the record.  One of the bands(DOF) was supposed to do a LP on Andrews label, but things just didn't work out.  The best tracks on this record are from the obscure Richmond Virginia band Eucharist.  I mean come on man… a comp with Suppression, Monster X, Judas Iscariot, Halfman, Dropdead, Disassociate, Devoid Of Faith, Coercion, Brutal Truth, Black Army Jacket and Assfactor 4?  With most bands doing at least two songs… Pretty cool.  Includes a 16 page booklet/lyric sheet.
In my opinion 90's hardcore was mainly a mess with moshoholic and screamo/emo bands cluttering up the hc scene.  It was everywhere.  The bands who were playing fast harsh sounding stuff literally had people just standing there looking at us like we were freaks.  It was in many instances kinda awkward.
Anyway, enjoy the 24 tracks of raw 90's hc.  The song titles and bands are all labeled and tagged in Download.

Share nothings quiet comp.zip - 63 MB

2 comments:

  1. haha, your right about the reactions bands like these got. i saw Suppression once - they were from Roanoke VA bout an hour from where i lived. the crowd were nice (well they applauded after the songs), but they did just kind of stand and stare. the only other band on this comp i ever saw or heard was Assfactor 4. and of course Brutal Truth - their 1st few records were great..

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