Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Agnostic Front

Agnostic Front - Raw Unleashed - 1982/1984
Agnostic Front - Victim In Pain - 1984
Agnostic Front - Cause For Alarm - 1986
Agnostic Front - Cause For Alarm / Victim In Pain - 1986
Agnostic Front - Liberty & Justice For... - 1987
Agnostic Front - Liberty & Justice For... - 1987
Agnostic Front - Live At CBGB - 1989
Agnostic Front - Live At CBGB - 1989
Agnostic Front - One Voice - 1992
Agnostic Front - Last Warning - 1993
Agnostic Front - Riot, Riot, Upstart - 1999
01. Agnostic Front - Raw Unleashed, 1982/1984 CD Compilation
     Grand Theft Audio - GTA 002
     Reissue from 1995 - 1-16: Extended 'United Blood' recording (Pre mixdown), 17-33: Pre 'United Blood' recording, 34-50: 1984 rehearsal, Don Fury's studio, 51-60: 'United Blood' two-track mixdown, 61-62: From 'Message From The Underground' comp.
02. Agnostic Front - Victim In Pain, 1984 Vinyl LP Album Reissue
     Combat Core, Relativity - 88561-8046-1, 88561-8046-1
     Reissue from 1986
03. Agnostic Front - Cause For Alarm, 1986 Vinyl LP Album
     Cobra Core - CL 1014
04. Agnostic Front - Cause For Alarm / Victim In Pain, 1986 CD Compilation
     Combat Core - 88561-8049-2
05. Agnostic Front - Liberty & Justice For..., 1987 Vinyl LP Album
     Rough Justice - JUST 8
06. Agnostic Front - Liberty & Justice For..., 1987 CD
     Combat - 88561-8204-2
07. Agnostic Front - Live At CBGB, 1989 Vinyl LP Album
     In-Effect - 88561-3001-1
08. Agnostic Front - Live At CBGB, 1989 CD Album
     In-Effect - ZK 90846
09. Agnostic Front - One Voice, 1992 CD Album
     Relativity - 88561-3022-2
10. Agnostic Front - Last Warning, 1993 CD Compilation
     Relativity - 88561-1170-2
     includes United Blood E.P. (1983)
11. Agnostic Front - Riot, Riot, Upstart, 1999 CD Album
     Epitaph - 6567-2
For the first time in 7 years of Zer, the first and classic decade of the Agnostic Front production. On Planet Hardcore, few bands can claim the same legendary status, as much for the killer records as for the nasty reputation. Except Cro-Mags of course. No introduction is necessary I guess (I hope!) to their raging hardcore punk of 1983/1984 or the heavy crossover thrash of the following releases. The LP rips are pretty noisy due to excessive playing. I was 18 and could not stop headbanging over Cause For Alarm (which features the Carnivore drummer and that made me all the more excited). The two live albums are absolutely amazing and offer a great selection of the early songs in much tighter and percussive versions. Then they returned in the 90s to a punk rock sound that I did not care about, I just found nobody to buy my copy of Riot Riot Upstart. I have not heard the newer albums, which appear to return to the heaviness of metal as far as reviews go, did I miss anything? Let me doubt the invincible class of Cause For Alarm and Liberty & Justice is back. Now shave your head and bang it against the floor to the tune of the Eliminator!
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!ZER Agnostic Front ZER!


  1. I have a soft spot for Warriors. That's probably the strongest of the newer stuff.

  2. Zer und aus geseichnet! Danke schon herr Zer!




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