Thursday, September 17, 2015

V/A-KAMIKAZE ATTACKED AMERIKA, YANKEE BOMBED Hiroshima, Nagasaki Compilation CD


I remember being so stoked to have Ken from Sound Pollution records touch base with us (Monster X) in the early 90's to see if we could put a song on a compilation he was helping MCR records Japan put out.  We immediately had our friend Jason Martin record us on his four track.  Later when the comp came out I became fascinated with the band Quadiliacha from Atlanta.  I wrote them a letter telling them i loved their track on the comp.  We became immediate friends… they toured non stop, and spent much time with me and my friends in Albany NY.  The comp featured Japanese and American bands coming together.  Great stuff by the likes of Insane Youth, Disclose, Balzac, Spazz, CFDL, Masskontrol, and many others.  21 killer songs by 17 1990's hardcore bands…Enjoy!

1.INSANE YOUTH-the world has reached its worst
2.OTTAWA-desensitized
3.OTTAWA-a million reasons
4.OTTAWA-cycle
5.ANTI AUTHORIZE-its time for change
6.FINAL WARNING-death sentence
7.SENSELESS APOCALYPSE-about the war
8.SENSELESS APOCALYPSE-white hassles
9.SUPPRESSION-machines of war
10.DISCLOSE-burned alive
11.MANKIND-strategic deterence
12.BALZAC-day the earth caught fire
13.SPAZZ-DJ tinkle fingers
14.ADDICTION-survivors
15.MONSTER X-battle fatigue
16.CFDL-let you know
17.CFDL-tofu song
18.QUADILIACHA-think about it
19.MASSKONTROLL-winds of genocide
20.VIOLENT PAIN-feel for a new age
21.BLEED FOR FREEDOM-sukiyaki

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3 comments:

  1. I got this comp in the mail when it came out.....when the Monster X track came on it was one of the last times I remember being really future shocked by anything in HC. it was just so next level...immediately tracked down 1st 7" and demo. No idea why the internet canonizes certain bands and leaves other ones out. Monster X mattered to me, musically + lyrically..

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  2. cool. i saw Quadiliacha once when i went to Atlanta to see Crisis Under Conrol (their guitar player had been in one of my fave local bands where i grew up). i think No Fraud played that show too.

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