Friday, May 1, 2015

D.R.I.

Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dirty Rotten LP - 1983
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dirty Rotten LP - 1983
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dealing With It! - 1985
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dealing With It! - 1985 - reissue of 1991
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Crossover - 1987
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Crossover - 1987
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - 4 Of A Kind - 1988
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - 4 Of A Kind - 1988
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Thrash Zone - 1989
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Thrash Zone - 0
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Definition - 1992
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Definition - 1992
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Live - 1994
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Full Speed Ahead - 1995
Various - We Don't Need Society D.R.I. Tribute - 2002
Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Live At CBGB's 1984 - 2005
01. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dirty Rotten LP, 1983 Vinyl LP Album Reissue
     Dirty Rotten Records, R Radical Records - DRR 1983, DRR 1983
02. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dirty Rotten LP, 1983 CD
     Rotten Records - 2088-2
     Reissue from 1987 - Roadrunner Records / Rotten Records 1983-1984-1988 RR 9555 2 Tracks 14-15-16-26 taken from the "Violent Pacification" EP (1984) Tracks 27-28 are previously unreleased versions. The other tracks are from the "Dirty Rotten" LP (1983)
03. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dealing With It!, 1985 Vinyl LP Album
     Death Records, Enigma Records - Death 003, 72069-1
04. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dealing With It!, 1985 CD Album
     Reissue from 1991
     Rotten Records - ROTC 005
     Metal Blade Records - 7 73402-1
06. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Crossover, 1987 CD Album
     Roadrunner Records - RR 349620
07. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - 4 Of A Kind, 1988 Vinyl LP Album
     Roadrunner Records - RR 9538 1
08. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - 4 Of A Kind, 1988 CD Album
     Metal Blade Records - 3984-17012-2
09. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Thrash Zone, 1989 Vinyl LP Album
     Roadracer Records - RO 9429 1
10. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Thrash Zone, 1989 CD Album
     Enigma Records, Metal Blade Records - REST 72437, REST 72437
11. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Definition, 1992 Vinyl LP Album
     Rotten Records - 2093-1
12. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Definition, 1992 CD
     Rotten Records - 2093-2
     P&C 1992 Rotten Records D.R.I. = Dirty Rotten Imbeciles
13. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Live, 1994 CD
     Rotten Records - 2096-2
14. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Full Speed Ahead, 1995 CD
     Rotten Records - 2099-2
     P&C 1995 Rotten Records YEAR: 1995
15. Various - We Don't Need Society D.R.I. Tribute, 2002 CD Compilation
     Malt Soda Recordings - MSR6 , Compilation
     Contains 37 songs by: Deface, Shut The Fuck Up, Holy Moses, Capitalist Casualties, Sappy Bell, Strap-Ons, The, Very Metal, Jackalopes, The, Victory Flag, Deceased, Candy Striper Death Orgy, Zero Bullshit, L'Amico Di Martucci, Electric Frankenstein, Mirrormen, The, Chopcore, Eight Bucks Experiment, Crosstops, Total Fucking Destruction, Resort To Distort, Mr. Bungle, North Side Kings, Milkman, Fartz, The, Mala Suerte, Reality's End, Hollywood Hate, Butcher, The, Crash, Mercury Legion, Mc Jesus, Bloodshot Hooligans, Ratos De Porão, Retox, 40 Grit, Bloodred Bacteria
16. Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Live At CBGB's 1984, 2005 CD Album
     Beer City Records - BCCD118
Dealing with it for 30 years! And counting. From the golden wagon of eternally classic and genre-defining entities [insert your preference here: Bad Brains, Motörhead, Judas Priest, Slayer, Venom...], D.R.I. fueled a lifelong love story: my first aural contact with D.R.I. go back to the What Does Not Hurts Us and P.E.A.C.E./War compilations. Then I miraculously got my own copy of the Dirty Rotten LP (thanks Gisela from West-Berlin!!! Best pen-pal ever!), which floored me - fastest piece of sound I had ever heard (in 1984). Then during my summer vacation in 1985 in SF, Ca, I had an afternoon to kill before the Possessed/Slayer show, so I went to the Record Vault, where I bought (hold your teeth): C.O.C. - Animosity, Raw Power - Screams From The Gutter, SSD - How We Rock, Hallows Eve - Tales Of Terror, Celtic Frost - Morbid Tales, Hirax - Raging Violence, Septic Death - Now That..., Dr Know - Plug-In Jesus, Lääz Rockit - City's Gonna Burn and... D.R.I. - Dealing With It! Wasn't that an amazingly superior day? I remember it as vividly as the days my kids were born.
D.R.I. UNTIL MY LAST BREATH!!!
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22 comments:

  1. Great post. Until 4oak (included, which consumed all their creativity and energy) they were great. My first time was the "Violent Pacification" EP on cassette - still own it. ...trn, t, tun, tun, tun, t, tun, tun,...viiiiolent pacification,...

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  2. Awesome post.Thank you so much for getting my request up. Once again, you rule.

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  3. 11 (definition LP) - 16 (live) are empty archives?

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  4. all folders are empty.

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    1. There was a temporary problem with the server, it's back to normal.

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  5. The Live at CBGB 1984 is one legendary piece of burning thrashcore!! Eternal worship to one of the most intense live recordings ever.

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  6. Where was the Record Vault? North Beach? When I moved to SF there were record stores (and cinemas) everywhere...alas those days are gone.

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    1. I do not remember, I were there only once.
      http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2010/01/the-record-vault/

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  7. 01-Dirty Rotten Imbeciles - Dirty Rotten LP, 1983 Vinyl LP Album Reissue
    les titres fite pas avec la tounne le A2 est la B2 tas inverser les side je crois.
    Sinon Malade le post

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    1. Mhhhh, après écoute, il me semble que tout est dans le bon ordre.

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  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlinaPYZovY

    best band in the world - made me move from Weather Report to Dead Kennedys in less than 20 mins

    thank you very much !!

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  9. Directement, je te
    Remercie pour cet
    Incroyable post

    Merzi Zer.

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  10. Talk of a Possessed show and Celtic Frost reminds me of the World War III concert in Montreal around that time.

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    1. Yeah it's nagged me for 30 years. I MISSED IT but I have an excuse, i was living 6000 km away.

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  11. Yeah, those good ol' days...D.R.I. - Dealing with it was THE record that made me move from Metal to Hardcore for good back in 1986...at least for like 19 years. Back to Metal for quite some time now (just do the Math). No more problem to handle both styles of extreme music simultaneously. ^^ Anyways...one groundbracking and earth-shaking release. No matter what they turned to in later days...they will ever have my zerrest gratitude for what they did for Hardcore and me personally.

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  12. D.R.I. Made me move from Hardcore BACK to my punk roots, first two ok but what the hell happened after that?

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    1. Yeah. But Speed Metal kinda feels like one nasty badge to put on a band. It's kinda like bad Metal from the mid 80's. ^^ If you're benevolent, you'd just call it Crossover. Most of the songs still got some sort of Hardcore feeling to it, with just enough Metal to make purists wanna puke. ^^ I used to feel that way back in '87, but I am pretty ok with it today. The times they are a changing...

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  13. Do anyone have a link to the Beer City reissue of Dealing With It, with bonus stuff? If so, please share!

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  14. - Thanks for zerring this... =)

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  15. Allo les liens ne fonctionne plus est-ce possible de remettre le iens en fonction Merci
    Best Hardcore Band !!!
    Merci a toi !!

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