Sunday, December 31, 2006

Alkaline Trio - Remains (2007) Repost

You wanna fuck with me, record company assholes? No problem... no problem at all...


and also... HERE!!!


The Adolescents - 1981 - The Adolescents

... and a Punk Rock new year.



Youth Of Today

Yeah, yeah... the last Walter band i'm posting, and hopefully the last band that's too pussy to drink smoke and fuck. I'm kidding, of course. YOT rules.

PASSWORD to ALL files:

GB Leftovers

Walter Schreifels (Gorilla Biscuits, Youth of Today, Quicksand, Rival Schools, )
John Porcelly (Youth of Today, Judge)
Sammy Siegler (CIV, Youth of Today, Judge, Side By Side, Gorilla Biscuits, Glassjaw)
Alex Brown (Side By Side, Gorilla Biscuits)

1997 - Side By Side - You're Only Young Once

Jules Masse (Alone In A Crowd)
Eric Fink (Gorilla Biscuits)
Sammy Siegler (CIV, Youth of Today, Judge, Gorilla Biscuits, Glassjaw)
Brian Clark (Mr. Clean)
Alex Brown (Gorilla Biscuits)

PASSWORD to both:

Saturday, December 30, 2006

Walter Schreifels

On with the Gorilla Biscuits family tree... These are Walter's major projects... from the Quicksand albums that were in the spirit of many hardcore oriented Alternative Metal bands of that time, like Tool or Life Of Agony, through Rival Schools, a major label Emo-Rock band that didn't last as long as some executives hoped it will, to the straight singer-songwriter power-popped Walking Concert...
Couldn't get my hands on the Moondog album, though believe me, I tried.

Thursday, December 28, 2006


Anthony "CIV" Civocelli, formerly singer for the Gorilla Biscuits, in his post-biscuit band, named after himself... Although there was only one man in this band that wasn't a member of the Gorilla Biscuits at some point... The first album, Set Your Goals, is positive, happy, hard rockin' and many times swingin' Punk Rock n Roll. You might even recall the video for "Can't Wait One Minute More". The second album, Thirteen Day Getaway, is a huge disappointment for many fans. You can really hear the lack of passion in this cheezy pop-punk record from the first chord... Only some of the songs are OK. I guess that's what happens when you sign a NY Hardcore pioneer to Atlantic.

1995 - Set Your Goals

1998 - Thirteen Day Getaway


Gorilla Biscuits

If you're anything like me, listening to these two albums gets you nostalgic and feeling a little old. Even though when both of them came out I was 6 year old ( and mostly into Michael Jackson music), this is one of the first bands you fall in love with when you get into punk and hardcore. Each and every one of these songs is an anthem, and should be taught in schools all over the world.

1988 - Gorilla Biscuits

1989 - Start Today

PASSWORD to both:

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Jello Biafra & Mojo Nixon - Prairie Home Invasion (1994)

Still relevant like any other good satire...

Get it HERE


Rebel Meets Rebel - Rebel Meets Rebel (2006)

One more "copied" post from my older blog. The link is new, though.

Rebel Meets Rebel are:

David Allen Coe - Vocals
Dimebag Darrel R.I.P.- Guitar
Vinnie Paul - Drums
Rex Brown - Bass

In other words it's PANTERA (minus Philip Anselmo) with long time outlaw country renegade David Allen Coe. Coe and Dimebag met in 1990 and apparently hit it off immediately. They vowed to record an album together. 9 years later they started work on Rebel Meets Rebel, when DAC is the lyric man, and Dimebag on the riffs. It was recorded in on-and-off sessions throughout the next 4 years (usualy during Anselmo's little "breaks" from Pantera. Until the final one, that is), and was delayed from release because of the tragic, stupid and utterly heart-breaking death of Dimebag during a Damageplan show in Ohio in 2004. Produced by Vinnie Paul, this album is a Hard Rock, Country & Blues mixture, played with freedom and looseness that are usualy unavailable on Pantera records. An unbelievable little piece of Rock N Roll history. Get it NOW!


Midnight Evils - Straight 'Til Morning (2003)

Hard Punk N Roll from Minnesota... members of the band took it from the Ramones and changes all their last names to "Evil"... now that's Rock N Roll devotion, right there.

Get it here


Genius/GZA - Liquid Swords (1995)


2 More Christmas albums... and that's it... I swear.

Sorry... It's not cuz I care bout that Jesus dude... but you should hear the Reverend play "Jingle Bells"... really.

Monday, December 25, 2006

The Notorious B.I.G. - Ready to Die (1994)

"Borrowed" from Golden Age Hip-Hop blog... and probably one of the best rap albums of all time.

The album, Here
The Instrumentals, Here

Nailbomb - Point Blank (1994)

Oh yeah?! Well, FUCK Christmas!


The Brian Setzer Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Christmas (2002)

Fine! You got me!!!
I can't help it!!! it's such a good excuse for every Christmas album I can find!!! FUCK!
My Grandma should never see this, you hear?!?!?


Pearl Jam Christmas Singles 1991-2005

That used to be only for official members of the Pearl Jam Fan Club. Thank god for internet... Wonderful collection with wonderful cover tunes to everyone from Elvis, Jackson 5ive, Everly Brothers, Lennon, J. Frank Wilson to Split Enz, Ramones, Dead Boys, The Sonics and their own Mother Love Bone & Green River. Collaborations with Robert Plant, Beck, Ben Harper, REM, Chris Cornell and more...

Get it here.

Twisted Sister - A Twisted Christmas (2006)

What a way to come back and reclaim Rock N Roll royalty...
Merry Christmas, dear gentiles.

James Brown, The Godfather of Soul, R.I.P. 1933 - 2006

Where would the world of music be without this dude? Probably in a much less funky place...
Put on your Hot Pants and give props to this true revolutionary that was the heart and soul of the life-altering invention that is Tha Funk. This is probably all I could've found on the web, if you find more, let me know. Also, unfortantley, some of these links are Megaupload, so you may have to install the toolbar for the Godfather.

~ James Joseph Brown ~

~ 1933 - 2006 ~

- Try Me!