The Unseen - Internal Salvation (2007)
Just to pass the time 'till the next big discography post, there you go, you restless fuckin' piranhas.
GG Allin & Antiseen - Murder Junkies (1991)
Lord Balder Belial Chernobog III is the dude who requested this.
This dead guy is one of the biggest legends in Punk, ever. If it's not for his music, it's for his personality which was unbelievably extreme, violent and fascinating. Check out this link to his appearance on Jerry Springer.
And here is the album, really one of his best, mostly because it's properly recorded...
Blah blah blah, THE NEW ONE IS HERE AS WELL!!!
Bratmobile - Ladies, Women & Girls (2000)
An Ealz original request...
Oysterhead - The Grand Pecking Order (2001)
A Roi Berger original recommendation...
Les Claypool (Primus) - Bass
Trey Anastasio (Phish) - Guitar
Stewart Copeland (The Police) - Drums
That's really all I need to say...
Here or Here
Jello Biafra & Some Band...
Two classic Jello collabo EP's, both still musically and politically relevant.
The Million Dollar Quartet - The Complete Million Dollar Quartet (1956)
The first release of the entire 46 song all-star Jam session that took place on Tuesday, December 4th, 1956, between 4 Rock & Roll MONSTERS: Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash.
Yeah, I know... Throughout the years many parts from this session were released, but this one, released in 2006, is the first time the complete session is available.
This fascinating recording documents the entire session... They play each other's songs, Blues classics, Country standards and Gospel tunes, laugh, talk shit and mostly blowing your fucking minds right out of your unworthy heads.
Tim Armstrong - A Poet's Life (2007)
Operation Ivy co-founder, Rancid and Transplants frontman, Punk entrepreneur, mega producer and insane fuck Tim Armstrong with a debut solo album. Most of the music here is Ska & Reggae (duh, his backing band are The Aggrolites). Intriguing.
Reverend Horton Heat Complete Discography
And all in really good quality. I really do fuckin' rock, now don't I?