Monday, November 16, 2009

Magrudergrind - Religious Baffle 3" Demo CDr

Magrudergrind comes out of Bethesda Maryland and has been around a few years. Playing as a three piece, without a bass player, this band combines brutal grindcore with straight up thrash and fastcore. Who says 3 piece bands suck?

This CD was given away free before Religious Baffle was released. With only 2 songs, and a very limited print run (I've heard anywhere from 17-25 copies) not many Magrudergrind fans are familiar with this CDr. Check it out. And if you ever get a chance to see these guys live, they are amazing.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

V/A - From Brooklyn With Love CD (Compilation)

ARTIST: Various
TITLE: From Brooklyn With Love
LABEL: Dying Wish Records
YEAR: 2001
GENRE: Punk / Emo / Power Pop

I usually know where all my albums come from. Such as where I bought it and how much. This is the exception to the rule. I have no idea where I bought this. I keep thinking it was at a record store somewhere. But who knows.

Anyways this compilation was released in benefit of the 9/11 victims. This includes some rare tracks and some bands I cannot seem to find. As you can tell, I just copied and pasted the track listing because I am a lazy ass.

1 Bayside - Count The Score

2 Lost North Star - Fade Away Broken

3 Atkins Lane - Between Here And There

4 Brand New - The Shower Scene

5 Reunion Show, The - Dedication

6 Stopwatch - Maybe The Best

7 Dirt Bike Annie - All Systems Go

8 5 Cent Deposit - Stupid Me

9 Nixon Rules - They

10 Clearview 77 - Dead End Chump

11 Allister - Stuck

12 Copeland - That Awful Memory Of Yours

13 Yellowcard - For Pete's Sake

14 Outline (6) - A Boy Can Dream

15 Different Strokes - Spring Never Felt So Warm

16 Hissyfits, The - Superstar

17 Finch (2) - Letters To You

18 Go Real Slow - As For Me

19 Bayside - Advance Letter Goodbye

20 Whippersnapper - Steady The Walls

21 Taking Back Sunday - The Blue Channel (demo version)

22 A Dying Day Dream - The Cost Of Caring And The Price Of Being Rejected By Bad Credit