Wednesday, January 24, 2018


Fugazi - First Demo - 1988
Fugazi - 13 Songs - 1989
Fugazi - Repeater + 3 Songs - 1990
Fugazi - Steady Diet Of Nothing - 1991
Fugazi - In On The Kill Taker - 1993
Fugazi - Red Medicine - 1995
Fugazi - End Hits - 1998
Fugazi - Instrument Soundtrack - 1999
Fugazi - Furniture - 2001
Fugazi - The Argument - 2001
01. Fugazi - First Demo, 1988 CD
     Dischord Records - DIS181CD
     Reissue from 2014 - recorded 01/1988
02. Fugazi - 13 Songs, 1989 CD Album Compilation
     Dischord Records - Dischord 36
03. Fugazi - Repeater + 3 Songs, 1990 CD Compilation
     Dischord Records, Dischord Records - DISCHORD 45, DIS45
     12-14: 3 songs 7'' 1990
04. Fugazi - Steady Diet Of Nothing, 1991 CD Album
     Dischord Records, Dischord Records - DIS60CD, Dis 60 CD
05. Fugazi - In On The Kill Taker, 1993 CD Album
     Dischord Records - dis70cd
06. Fugazi - Red Medicine, 1995 CD Album
     Dischord Records - DIS90CD
07. Fugazi - End Hits, 1998 CD Album
     Dischord Records - dis110cd
     ID3G: 43 Dischord Records
08. Fugazi - Instrument Soundtrack, 1999 CD Album
     Dischord Records - DIS 120CD
09. Fugazi - Furniture, 2001 CD Minimax
     Dischord Records - dis129cd
10. Fugazi - The Argument, 2001 CD Album
     Dischord Records - dis130cd
I am so predictable that you saw it coming from 13 miles away, or at least since Sunday. Fugazi is one amazing band that put out my favorite relaxation music. I have always wondered why they were labeled "hardcore", although I find this taxonomy much more satisfying than the abominable term "emo". In their unique way of allying reggae-style grooves with the alt-rock vibe that could also be claimed by Shellac, only with much catchier melodies, they turn the brain into a well rested  place. The early, pre-1991 stuff is a little more abrasive than the rest but never as raw and wild as Minor Threat, and the whole lot is an amazing sonic experience. Their monumental influence can be detected in a trillion bands like the awesome Quicksand, this is how you spot a genuine artistic achievement. I could have ripped the vinyls for the first two 12" EPs, the 3 songs 7" and Repeater, but I have better things to do than rip stuff that sounds better on CD. Just enjoy this absolute classic mountain of Fugazerism! Long live the 90s!
Remove brackets and unzip: [fugazer]
!ZER Fugazi ZER!

PS: the company that hosted the Church Of Zer requests forum sold its assets to another company. I missed a few migration steps and am too lazy to restore my account, so I cannot manage it anymore. Go to the Facebook group instead and post your requests there.


  1. I was lucky enough to see them on tour twice back in 1989 and 1990. The shows were recorded by locals and have been uploaded. The 1990 show is much better in quality. They both turn up on Youtube if you search Fugazi American Legion Hall Gainesville Fl. I was sitting behind the speaker stack to Mackaye's right, but you never see me (and boy did I look hard for my 25yo self).

    1. Indeed, this show has great sound quality. Thanks for the tip.

  2. 'kind' cunt reporting again: just discovered your forum and wanted to donate some links ....

    Where can I reach you now: I'm not on arsebook

    Btw you might have my e-mail: I send you some post-Heibel stuff years ago: Triptych

  3. Just a heads-up: these two albums are the (poor) later remasters, and not the editions linked above.

    Steady Diet Of Nothing
    In On The Kill Taker

    Thank you.

  4. Thank you for the Fugazi shares.




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