Wednesday, January 31, 2007


"White Trash" Rob Lind, Blood For Blood's guitarist, vocalist and main songwriter in his solo project... He plays everything in these albums but the drums. Just as powerful as BFB, but on a more serious and conscious side. Pretty much the same musical motifs, but the lyrics tend to take a very different direction. From protesting US attacks all over the Arab world, to the plain, simple and romantic singalong of "Kill A Celebrity":

"I'd love to detonate a car bomb at the doors of your precious MTV
and put some sarin gas in the central A.C. at the V.M.A.'s
and watch those beautiful faces turn ashen gray"

That's beautiful, man...

2002 - ...But A Whimper

2005 - Kill A Celebrity


Sunday, January 28, 2007

Blood For Blood

This here is one of my favorite hardcore bands of all time. These is pure misanthropia. They take pride in their "White Trash" heritage, and have absolutely no sense of humor about it, and almost about anything else for that matter. Seeing these guys live was a mind blowing experience... One of the tightest bands I've ever heard live. Some people tend to get a bit antagonistic towards this kind of music, since it takes it self a bit too seriously, but if you listen to the music, it's some some of the best pissed off music around, not to mention it's car stereo potential. Rock & Roll!!!


Tuesday, January 23, 2007

The Living End

Love this band!!! Unfortunately couldn't get my virtual claws on the EP's...
You'll do fine, though, I'm sure. The LE LP's!!!
Both Filesend AND Rapidhsare links for all!

Monday, January 22, 2007

Brian Setzer - Rockin' By Myself - Live Deluxe (1993)

This is the official proof that this guy is one of the greatest guitar players that ever lived. This guy is alone in front of a crowd of Japanese people (which means a lot of people), playing a guitar and singing, and somehow everyone in the crowd is boppin'. This guy has such a natural rhythm that even when he goes into a solo you still can't stop headbanging. A big ol' Gretsch, an acoustic guitar and a banjo is all he uses, except for a couple of covers he performs absolutely beautifully with his brother Gary Setzer (who is a pretty decent guitarist himself, but it is understood that he is there to give Brian his back-up, and nothing more). A great live album, especially if you play some guitar. Includes great covers to alot of Rock N Roll classics like I Fought the Law, Bye Bye Love, Be-Bop-A-Lula, along with some Elvis and Eddie Cochran tunes, plus of course, the Stray Cats' and Setzer's old favs.



Thursday, January 18, 2007

Dear Members of SLAPSHOT

Your post is deleted. Thanks for being cool about it, and asking instead of just getting the links deleted, unlike other bands and record companies. You guys rock, and I like you even more now.


Spinal Tap

"That's the majesty of rock
The pageantry of roll
The crowing of the cock
The running of the foal
The shepherd with his flock
The miner with his coal
We're in this together...and ever..."

FUCK Tenacious D! This is Spinal Tap.

For Spinning Kitty

1984 - This Is Spinal Tap

1992 - Break Like the Wind


Fishbone (Fixed Links)

Well, I guess they're fundamentally a Ska-Punk band, but oh, so much more. From soft Motown-style R&B to Hardcore, from Reggae and Ska to Metal, from soulful Gospel tunes to fast pacing Punk Rock all in a big ol' bowl of political and social sarcasm. The biggest Fishbone-heads claim that the line-up changes throughout the years have made the band's street-cred decline. But as we all know, if you call yourself an "Anything-head", you are in fact, an idiot. The dynamics between these unbelievable musicians is one of the most original, refreshing and exciting circus shows you'll ever want to see, and if you ask me, the music they make now is much more interesting than what the original line-up was into doing. There's something for everybody here. One of the best bands I know.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Capdown - Wind Up Toys (2007)

Man. this shit isn't even released yet. I almost feel bad... Quite different from the Capdown I used to know, coming much closer to the Melodic Punk Rock areas. Very good album though. These guys are great musicians, and there are some very original ideas here.



Monday, January 15, 2007

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (1998)

Go Daddy-O!


Only Crime

An All-Star Fat Wreck Chords band. Great success... very nice... high five!

Drums - Bill Stevenson (Black Flag, Descendents, All) -
Guitar - Zach Blair (GWAR, Hagfish, Armstrong) -
Bass - Doni Blair (Hagfish, Armstrong)
Vocals - Russ Rankin (Good Riddance)

2004 - To The Nines

2007 - Virulence



All you beautiful people deserve some Down in your life.

1995 - NOLA

2002 - II: A Bustle In Your Hedgerow


Sunday, January 14, 2007

The Dwarves

Man, this is some good time... Your favorite perverts will take you on a night on the town to find the dirtiest most infected whores they know... It's a night you won't forget soon, big guy... Can you handle a dwarf, big guy? Didn't think so. But you can download all the albums and buy a t-shirt from interpunk... You people make me SICK!!!

mmmm.... Yeah... So here are the albums... But you're not getting a link to interpunk, you hear?!?!?!?

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Mad Sin - Distorted Dimentions (1990)

Great band, blah blah blah...



Angel City Outcasts

Gabi, Nadav, Corey, you need to hear this! These guys are awsome... they're from LA, started out as something along the lines of Oi! and evolved into one of the best Rock N Roll bands I've heard recently. The most recommended one, is of course the last one, Deadrose Junction, out on the "I Used to Fuck People Like You In Prison" label. Great music, check it out.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Bane - Give Blood (2001)

An official Corey recommendation. This is some hectic shit.

Give in the head


Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury (2006)

I was inroduced to this album yesterday by Purple 59 and Johnny the Small... Heard it a couple of times today, and it is indeed insane. Apperantly the Neptunes (and not only that, mostly Pharrell) have this thing where they make these incredible beats for these guys. Nothing like you've heard them make before. I can't even describe it... it's just weird... accordions, you know? Anyway, if you like weird shit, check this album out. Finally starting to carry on the legacy of ODB's Nigga Please. Quality shit.

Get it HERE


Southern Culture On the Skids - Plastic Seat Sweat (1997) Request

For the dude from TWILIGHTZONE! which is one of the first cool bogs i've known about. Respect. New link and much better quality.

Get buck wild


Various Artists - Short Music For Short People (1999)

Well, you probably already know this one... but it's always fun to indulge on this relentless piece of stupidity, attended by 101 of the best and worst bands the genre ever had to offer.

30 Seconds Till the End of the World


Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Circle Jerks - Wild In the Street (1982) Request

Keepin' on with the giving mood.



Monday, January 08, 2007

Circle Jerks - Group Sex (1980) Request

Voodooguru, I like your groove...



The Peacocks - It's Time For (2004) Request

Great choice, George! Swiss band, they play sort of a mixture of Rockabilly, Ska, and Punk Rock. If you like the Living End, you'll love these guys. Very intelligent and well expressed ideas in the lyrics, and a Rock N Rollin' good time over all...

Get it


The Streets - Original Pirate Material (2002)

Is the line "one of my favorite albums of all time" getting a bit old now? Probably.

Push things forward...


Thursday, January 04, 2007

The Adolescents - Brats in Battalions (1987) Request

This one's for Voodooguru. If you want to reqest something, post a comment with the request and if it's a good one, i'll do my best.

Get it HERE