The Disturbed / 36 Crazy Fist

The Disturbed/36 Crazy Fist split EP 7″

The Disturbed / 36 Crazy Fist split EP 7″ (Anonymous Records Scotland) 199?

Pardon the stolen picture, but I scoured the internet and was only able to find this album’s cover on eBay. The first 3 songs in this post are only The Disturbed’s half of the split album. These first couple tracks are my favorite songs of The Disturbed’s other than “Diplomatic Immunity” which is on their “This Is… Credibility” EP; also found on this site. The last 2 songs are ones that I haven’t been able to find any information about using the almighty interweb over the years. Also, if any members of The Disturbed see this post like they had the last one, I urge other users to let it be known that they sure as hell should release any other material that hasn’t yet graced our waxy little earholes =D !

This post has been submitted upon request.

Tracks
The Disturbed – 01 – All Must Suffer
The Disturbed – 02 – Jesus Freaks
The Disturbed – 03 – M.I.A.

The Disturbed – 04 – President’s Dead
The Disturbed – 05 – Ridicule

Posted by: Crass_must_die

Laughin’ Nose

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Laughin’ Nose – Get the Glory (AA Records 01) 1983

This 7″ is from 1983 and was released on AA records. This was the last release (I believe) from their noisey hardcore period. After this they turned into a semi-decent pop punkish band. I do not know much information about them, but they started in 1982 and played up until the late 80s and then in 1994 they got back together and are still playing today.

Tracks
Get The Glory
Death Trap
Russian Roulette
No War
how to kill
Satisfaction

Posted by: screaming noise

Active-Minds

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Active-Minds – The Lunatics Have Taken Over The Asylum [TUNE 29, REACT 8, DIY-FL-000, 1994]

ACTIVE MINDS – fantastic anarchopunk band from Scarborough, UK. Usually compared to early anarchopunk bands, but they really have their own unique style if you continue listening… still active nowadays! This flexi I got in 1996 and it remains one of my favorite 7inch records.

Tracks
Where’s The Difference
Take it Back
Force Fed Superstition
Not Your Property
Asylum

Posted by: videoface