January 20, 2014


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35% OFF EVERYTHING!! (4/26/14~)

AGE (Armed Government's Error) / The Deride "Human Tool/Hypocricy, Violence, Ego, Money" 7" EP - Self (MC Smile?), 1998, Japan, (No Cat. #) - $35
This shit's pretty hard to come by! One of the eariest AGE releases. I think it's their 2nd 7", after the "Inside Darkness" 7" came out in '97. The usual, heavy-hitting, dark metallic crustcore by AGE. Pretty nicely raw recording! This split was self-released by the bands, but the weird thing is that, on Discogs it's listed with "MC Smile" as the label name with the release number of "MC Smile-01", but I doubt that's the correct label name and the release number. I don't think this release has a number at all, and is without the actual label name. I don't see "MC Smile-01" written anywhere on the sleeve or the vinyl, not even in the matrix. There's no label name indicated either. The closest thing I see is on The Deride side of the folded sleeve, it says "M.C. Smiles, Fuck T.V."(No clue what the hell MC stands for. MC Hammer? R.I.P.) with a sloppy drawing of the TV, as part of artwork. Oh, and The Deride tracks are goddamn excellent. So sadly underrated! High-speed, rough, in-your-face HC with catchy hooks!! 3 kick-ass trax, "TV Means Money", "Invisible Violence", and "In Underground". "Full Throttle Local Energy" is what they describe their music. Never heard any of their other releases, but I like 'em much better than AGE.

Abigail / Unholy Grave "Acidiehardmaniaxe Far East" 7" EP - Captured, 2006, Japan, 500 pressed, Hand-numbered sleeve(# 189), Insert, (New/Unplayed), (CAP-003) - $15

Abraham Cross / Struggle For Pride - 7" EP - Paank Levyt, 2003, Japan, 700 pressed, Extra outer sleeve, Yellow marbled vinyl, (PAANK-013) - $40
N-O-I-S-E O-V-E-R-D-O-S-E!!!!!! Gotta love this one if you're into the fucked-up noisy shit. On this crazy-ass brutal split EP, S.F.P. plays some ultra-intense and distorted noisecore crust like a mix of Gloom, Collapse Society, Exit Hippies, Confuse and all that fantastic NOIZE. Raw and noisy as fuuuuuuckkk!!!! The thick-ass bass line and the fuzzed-out guitar riffs are absolutely sick, despite the image and impression you get from the song title like "Summer Never Ends" and how their side of the center label says "chill out".... And, the usual Doom, Sore Throat and E.N.T.-inspired stench noise crustcore from Abraham Cross. Their material here is actually even noisier, destructive and waaaaaaaaay more chaotic than any of their earlier stuff. I'd say it's much more in the fucked-up noisecore vein than the classic U.K. crust style you hear on the "Peace Can't Combine" LP('94~'95 recordings) on Crust War. Seriously, some of the noisiest, dirtiest and the most crucial sounding crust/noise-core you'd ever come across, man... However, this one is a bit harder to find than most of the other Paank Levyt releases. (P.S.) Inside the sleeve, there's an ad for the forth-coming Paank Levyt release(which never came out) by a band called Mob 2000("Tokyo No.1 Political Thrash Punk"), entitled "Are You OK? No! I'm Åke!". Who the hell are Mob 2000, yo?!?!

Baseball Furies / The Mamat's "The Mamat's N' Baseball Furies" 7" flexi - Bēma Kikaku, 1988, Japan,
Fold-out sleeve, (New/Unplayed), (S 002) - $55

Battle Of Disarm / Hylk - 7" EP - D.I.Y., 1994, Japan/Finland, Label catalog flyer, (New/Unplayed), (DIY-EP-002) - $20

Battle Of Disarm / Inkisição "50 Years Past From World War 2, But Our Sufferings Continue.../Ordem Racionalidade-Não" 7" EP - Ataque Sonoro, 1995, Japan/Portugal, Insert, (No Cat. #) - $20

Battle Of Disarm / Fleas And Lice 
- 7" EP - D.I.Y., 1995, Japan/Holland, 1000 pressed, (DIY-EP-007) - $18

Battle Of Disarm / Under Threat "Aftermath Of Human Greed" LP - People Like You/Putrid, 1999, Japan/Brazil, Brazilian release, (P.L.Y.-002/PUT-001) - $28

Blüdwülf / Toxic Holocaust "Speed N' Spikes Vol.1" 7" EP - Relapse, 2008, US, Ltd. to 400(out of 1000 total) on clear yellow/red splatter vinyl, Orig. sticker on outer sleeve, (New/Unplayed), (RR-076) - $12

Crude / Violence Moment "Blood Sucking Freaks IV" 7" EP - Blood Sucker, 1996, Japan, (BSR-019) - $20

Disaffect / Sedition "Work As One" 7" EP - Nabate/Flat Earth, 1993, UK, 2000 pressed, Insert, (NAB-07/FE-12) - $10

Disclose / World Burns To Death "Dis Nightmare Still Continues" 7" EP - Dan-Doh, 2004, Japan, 700 pressed, Orig. Japanese 1st press, (DAN-DOH 061) - $25

Effigy / Hellshock "USA Meets Japan" 10" - Wicked Witch, 2004, Japan/US, (WWR 025) - $25

Exithippies / Stagnation - 7" EP - Paank Levyt, 2004, Japan, Green marbled vinyl, (PAANK-016) - $18
Fucking noisecore.......!!! The '80s Kyushu noisecore worship, Stagnation, has been putting out the good amount of noisy 7"s and tapes over the past 10 years or so, like the "Total Noisecore" split 7" with Control from a few years back! I believe this split with Exithippies was their first release. A must have for fans of Confuse, Gai, Disorder and Chaos UK!!! "Sex, Bee& Noise"!!!

Extinct Government / Recharge - 7" EP - Epistrophy, 1997, Japan/Germany, (EPI 019) - $5

Grimness(69) / Groinchurn "Mucsical Holocaust/Kill For The Devil" 7" EP - Ecatombe Produzioni, 2001, Italy/S. Africa, 800 pressed, Insert, (TOMB 003) - $3

Kriegshög / Dog Soldier "Howling Of The Dogs, Snorting Of The Högs" 7" EP - HG Fact, 2008, Japan/US, 1000 pressed, (New/Unplayed), (HG-225) - $28

Lärm As Fuck / Humus "Campaign For Musical Destruction" 7" EP - Wasted Youth Power, 2003, Holland, 1000 pressed, Die-cut picture sleeve w/ printed inner-bag sleeve, Insert, (New/Unplayed), (WYP 008) - $7
The 2003 demo from Lärm. Their classic tunes re-recorded. Lärm As Fuck = Lärm(Seein' Red). Humus are metallic and thrashy Dutch crustcore. Neat packaging. Long out of print.

Minch / Sloth "Parmania" 7" EP - Agromosh/My Cheap Ass Life, 2008, US, 700 pressed on black(out of 1000 total), (AGRO #027/MCAL #004) - $3

The No Futures (The ノーフューチャーズ) / Swindles - 7" EP - Punk Dischord, 2008, Japan, 300 pressed, (PUNK DISCHORD-03/PDR-03) - $40
The Swankys, Gai, CHaos CH and '80s Kyushu punk worshipped noisecore, The No Futures Vs. the mid ~ late '80s King's World Records style punk fucking rock, Swindle!(highly influenced by The Swankys, No Cut, and Last Child!!!) Very limited release by the Shizuoka based label, Punk Dischord Records that also put out the Control cassette etc. This EP sold out real fast immediately after its release. Listen to The No Futures / Swindle

Nightmare / Concrete Sox - 7" EP - MCR Company, 1993, Japan/UK, 2000 pressed, Insert, (MCR-049) - $38

9 Shocks Terror / Devoid Of Faith "Fight On The Street" 7" EP - Gloom, 1997, US, Purple marble vinyl, 9 Shocks lyric insert, (GLOOM-002) - $3

Patareni / Extreme Noise Terror ‎"The Split Noiz Live EP" 7" EP - Falšanja Kol'ko'š, 1990, Yugo/UK, Green sleeve, (Falšanja Kol'ko'š Records-007) - $20
Patareni recorded live in Berlin '90 and E.N.T. recorded live in Zagreb, Croatia '88.

Patareni / Crucifix - 7" EP - Psycho Mania, 1992, Yugo/US, Orange sleeve, (No Cat. #) - $25
Crucifix tracks recorded live 2/2/1984. Patareni tracks.... who gives a shit?! An early Psycho Mania Records(Scotland) release.

Slight Slappers / Hated Principles - 7" EP - Blurred, 1996, Japan/US, 1500 pressed, (BLURRED-08) - $3

Systematic Death / See You In Hell "Backdrop Eu Tour 2010" 7" EP - Insane Society, 2010, Japan/Czech, 1300 pressed, Orig. sticker on outer plastic sleeve, Insert & label flyers, (IS 095) - $4

3-Way Cum / Another Oppressive System (AxOxSx) - 7" EP - Skit, 1996, Sweden/US, (SR-001) - $3

Toxik Trash / Heavy Water "Out Of Order" - 7" EP - Dirty Thrash/Teenage Scrap Sounds, 2004, Japan/UK, 150 pressed, Large fold-out insert(un-numbered) & label info insert, Clear vinyl, (DIRTY-3/TSS-1) - $58
Toxik Trash is an insane, fucked-up noisecore/crust with ex-Abraham Cross members. A band that totally lives up to its name! Their songs are like a cross between of '80s noisecore(Rapt, Psycho Sin, Sore Throat or Ruido De Rabia) and Japanese noise crust(Collapse Society, Zyanose or Warcry), mixed with that fucked-up, extreme rawness of some old Mexican noisecore bands like M.E.L.I. or Cagada De Perro. Good mixture of all that noisy and scummy HC stuff! 6 trax by Toxik Trash included. Love the artwork on their side of the sleeve. Heavy Water from the U.K. is consisted of ex-members of Hellbastard, Amebix etc. Punk & Destroy site described their music as the classic U.K. metal-crust style. I'd say it's sort of like Amebix and U.K. anarcho punk with a more metal tatse. An extremely limited, split release by the two Tokyo-based labels. Only 150 copies pressed and sold out immediately after its release.(Though, it was originally priced at 1800 Yen....!!) Most of copies were sold via mail order directly from the label. P&D was the only shop that sold some. Dirty Thrash is the Abraham Cross dude's label that also put out the Hellbastard "The Good Go First" ltd. LP and the Abraxas demo. Don't have any info about the other label, Teenage Scrap Sounds. One of the inserts advertises the label's forthcoming release(a 10-track EP by the unknown band called "Kibou no Ko"), however I have no clue if this actually came out. On the insert and the inner-flap of the sleeve, the parts where it says "Ltd to 150, Your # is ___ / 150" that's supposed to be numbered are left blank for this copy. Perhaps a promo. Someone posted one of the Toxik Trash tracks here:

Victims Of Greed / Scum Noise "Fight For Freedom/The Power Has No Power..." 7" EP - F.F.T. Label, 1998, Japan/Brazil, Insert & label flyer, (F.F.T.-016) - $3
Japanese Vs. Brazilian raw crust split EP that kicks major ass. I'd recommend both bands to any young and horny(and not so horny) crusties who love jerkin' off to the noise of Disclose, Framtid, Life, Doom, Besthöven, Discharge, S.D.S., Abraham Cross, Skitsystem, Totalitär, Discard, Gloom, Result, Antiauthorize and all that good 'n' juicy stuff. You know the drill.

Voĉo Protesta / Blinded Humanity "Punk Solidareco De Japano-Singapuro" 7" EP - Aktiva//Proteta, 2005, Japan/Singapore, 500 pressed, Hand-numbered, printed clear plastic sleeve(# 468), Insert, (Aktiva//Protesta Rekordo 003) - $15

Zyanose / The Separations "Fuck Split - No Communication" Demo CD-R - Self, 2006, Japan, Gig freebie, (No Cat. #) - $22
Originally given away free at one of their shows around Oct '06 in Osaka and it's supposed to be limited to 100 or so. Some copies were later sold at the P&D shop. Not sure if the band made additional copies or they were the leftover from the show. The Separations are/were Zyanose's studio side project band. Not sure if this band has ever played live. They sound like The Swankys! This is very fucking good!! Wanna hear more songs by this band if they've got anything else out. 2 tracks by each band, the total of 4 tracks. The Separations tracks aren't included on the "Noise Philia 2005-2011" LP.

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35% OFF EVERYTHING!! (4/26/14~)

Apathy = Self Destruction - 7" EP - F.F.T. Label, 1999, Japan, Poster sleeve, (F.F.T.-017) - $7
Result / Order / Tomorrow / Isolation - I'm pretty sure all the materials on this compilation are exclusive to this release. Includes an early Order material with original singer!

Best Run Fast Volume 1 - 7" flexi - MCR Company, 1990, Japan, 1500 pressed, (MCR-027) - $12
Final Count / Slaver / Don Don / L.C. Pirates

Crust And Anguished Life - CD - MCR Company, 1993, Int'l, 1500 pressed, 24-page booklet, (MCR-059) - $25
Gloom / Disclose / S.D.S. / C.F.D.L. / Unwise / Disrupt / Misery / Destroy! / Dropdead / Deformed Conscience / Hell Spawn / Taste Of Fear / Concrete Sox / Sarcasm / Amen / Rytmihäiriö / Hiatus / Dischange - Rare international crust all-star comilation feat. the early Gloom tracks! Hard to find.

Cry Of Soul (魂の叫び) - 7" EP - Crow, 1997, Japan/US/Finland, 700 pressed, Poster sleeve, (CROW RECORDS 3/VA-1) - $25
Crow / Final Bombs / His Hero Is Gone / Selfish

Cry Of Soul (魂の叫び) - 7" EP - Crow, 1997, Japan/US/Finland, 700 pressed, Poster sleeve, (New/Unplayed), (CROW RECORDS 3/VA-1) - $28
Crow / Final Bombs / His Hero Is Gone / Selfish

Finnish Drunks - Punks Is Hippies - LP - No label, 1995, Finland, 3 x double-sided insert, Japanese boot, (No Cat. #) - $35
Mellakka / Äpärät / Painajainen / Rutto - Gotta love the title, huh? An old Japanese boot comp of classic '80s Finnish HC 7"s. I wasn't sure of the exact release year of this LP, but according to this site it came out in '95:

God Save The Punx (VOS Special Issue: Rock File On Video 1988 Vol.2) - VHS - Takarajima (宝島)/JICC, 1988, Japan, Insert, 60 min., NTSC, (VOS-4503) - $38
Nira-Kodomo (にら子供) / The Swankys / Gasatsu (a.k.a. Crime Fighter) (我殺) / Gendou-Missile (ゲんドう ミサイル) / The Star Club / New Roteeka / Video-Stalin / Kenzi & The Trips / Lydia Cats (ex-Gess!) / Garlic Boys / Newest Model / The Wells / Loud Machine / The Strummers / The Go-Go Times / The Coinlocker Babies - Very cooooool comp video here, yeeehhhaaaaaaa, despite the cheesy title.... "VOS" was the series video magazine type of thing done by the "Takarajima" magazine, which was an awesome subculture & music mags that covered tons of punk, hc, and other underground music back in the early to late '80s. This "God Save The Punx" comp is one of the "VOS" Special Issues. The "Takarajima" mags were published monthly and believe it or not, the "VOS" videos were also coming out fucking monthly as well!!(They cost like 2800 Yen each) (If you're familiar with what the Jap economic situation was like back in the late '80s until it started to get fucked sometimes in the '90s, it's not surprising at all. Majority of punks drove the Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, and shit! Even the fucking crusties could afford living in the nice home sweet home with the shower and bathtub in the middle of Tokyo!) Can't remember how many times I HAD to shoplift those damn video tapes 'cause they weren't exactly cheap for me at the time and I simply couldn't afford buying them, yet they were still so tempting whenever I saw the them at the shops!!! The monthly "VOS" VHS video series featured the exclusive(mostly) live footages and interviews by loads of great punk/hc bands, as well as some shitty ones too!!(Note: Most of "The Special Issue" videos such as this one contain only or mainly the live video clips and no interviews and such) For those who aren't familiar, the record label 'Captain Records' was run by Takarajima(published by JICC Publishing). Here, I found this amazingly extensive list of all the "VOS" and Takarajima related video releases: Most of the band names listed are written in katakana, kanji 'n' hiragana, though.(Hey, btw, anybody seen that "Solly, Japanese Only!" shit?! WTF, right?!?! Omg, omg, no Yanks or gypsies allwoed to see your site?! You, Jap Nazis?? Ouch! We'll need to have the mighty, godly Pr*fane Exxxist*nce to hunt all you bigots down. C'mon, just kidding, man. Smile. You no fun. Even Steve Ignorant slept in the porch while on Japan tour. Ret's Lock'n'Loll.) The famous cassette/booklet box set series like "The Punx" comp., Michiro Endo "Vietnam Legend", and Madame Edwarda "Illuminé" were released by Takarajima/JICC. And, the other good and well-known ones like the Lip Cream "Lip Cream Only" VHS and the "Burning Wild West" comp VHS(Rapes, S.O.B., Danse Macabre, The Continental Kids, The Genbaku Onanies etc.) are also part of the "VOS Special Issue" VHS series!! OK... enough!! Hey, quit it already! Fuck, somebody stop me typing all this useless crap, goddaaaaaaamn Mr. OCD?!?! I'm super duper hyper manic as hell and no, I'm not on anything, just lemmeeeeee go to sleeeeeeeeep, damn it!!!!! Yay!

I'm Going Ape #2 - 7" EP - No Fucking Labels, 2006, US/Holland, 500 pressed, Clear vinyl, Insert, label flyer & black die-cut inner-sleeve, (New/Unplayed), (NFL-17) - $4
Straight Edge Kegger / N.O.Y.F.B.(None Of Your Fucking Business) / Gorgonized Dorks / CSMD(Crowd Surfers Must Die)

Intentional Wars (Takamatsu City Hardcore) - 7" EP - MCR Company, 1994, Japan, 700 pressed, Fold-out sleeve, (MCR-075) - $5
Back Rush / D.D.T. / Beasted Front / Bolt / Organs Of Shose

Live Target - DVD - Coalition, 2005, Int'l, Region free(Code 0), Insert, (New/Unplayed), (LKW 075) - $5
Lärm(Live in Germany/Holland) / Seein Red(in Japan) / Das Oath(in Japan) / Tear It Up(in Holland) / The Rites(in UK) / Smackdown(in Sweden) / The Horror(in UK)

Losing Your Way Volume: 2 - 7" flexi - Skinny Dip, 1999, Japan, Folded inner-sleeve/insert(w/ band info), (DIP-002) - $7
Total Fury / Exclaim / Vivisick / Charm / Disco Kicks / Hope / Restrain / Trademarks

Natural Crust & Punk Force, Noise Making - 7" EP - MCR Company, 1996, Japan, 800 pressed, Fold-out sleeve, (MCR-092) - $25
This is a killer 3-way split EP that's pretty hard to come by(and a bit expensive in Japan these days coz Order is big overthere), compared to many of the other MCR compilations from the '90s. It's one of those few older MCR 7"s that were pressed in a smaller quantity like 700~800 copies. Contains the first ever recorded material by Order, with the original singer, from when they were still playing sloppy and raw noisecore like what you hear on their great "Punk Navigation" 1st EP on Overthrow Records. Think of early Disorder, Chaos UK, Chaos CH etc. I love all the Order releases up to the "Taep'o-Dong" LP, but especially their early noisecore stuff. Their recent releases are boring and kinda lame... Some of the Mindsuck members went on to form Reality Crisis. Noisy and distorted, Japanese style crustcore. Mental Disease, you probably already know. It's a really nice, crusty 'n' filthy comp 7" with a super-crusty sleeve artwork.

Pinch And Ouch! - LP - KPP, 1985, Japan, Insert, (KPP-001) - $65
Gai / Kuro (白) / Gess / Aggressive Dogs / No-Cut / Gedon - Classic '80s Kyushu HC comp. Produced by Hide from Kuro. The first release by Kuro's KPP label that also put out the EP's by The Swankys, Kuro, No Cut, Aggressive Dogs etc. Contains an awesome Gai version of the songs later played by The Swankys. A must have LP for any fans.

Ranchiki Omnibus 2 (乱痴気 オムニバ ス 2) - 5 x 7" flexi - Ranchiki Pro./Nouzui, 1987, Japan, LP-size poster sleeve, (NR-02E ~ 06E) - $120
Jyuden-Souchi (充電装置) / Nira-Kodomo (にら子供) / DonDon / Sic / Chu-Doku (Chu 毒) / Gasatsu (a.k.a. Crime Fighter) (我殺) / Angry Ducks / CD.Synapse / Maria-A / Nora (野良) / Gymnopedia / The Wells / The's / The Blow Ups / Yagiinu (山羊犬) / 16 Tons / Goose / Church Mouse / The Nudsad / Bakudan-Kozou (爆弾小僧) / The Strummers / Tori (とり) / The Shams - Very rare!!! Here's a nice 'n' obscure, five 7" flexi set packaged in a huge fold-out poster sleeve.(LP sleeve size when folded) There was this 'zine writer chick goes by a nickname 'Bakuretsu Toshiko' from Tokyo, who did her own free monthly 'zine/newsletter type of thing called "Ranchiki", as well as setting up the local shows in the Tokyo area back in the mid~late '80s. She did two awesome "Ranchiki" compilations featuring only her favorite bands. The first one being a comp tape/booklet set from 1985, included many great bands like Poison(their very first recording!), Asylum, Nira-Kodomo, Barigade, Shuffle, Kiku, Kyoaku-Kyojindan, New Roteeka etc. This 5 flexi set is the second comp and is another excellent work of hers like the first one. Co-released by Nouzui Records.(Don Don Yoshikawa's label) Featuring the bands in wide variety of style include HC, punk rock, Oi!, and even some new wave, but mostly the HC and punk bands. Some of the bands appeared on this comp later became pretty well known. Some of the notable unknown bands that are worth mentioning here: Cd.Synapse! I like this band a lot. Speedy and metallic HC, kinda like The Execute(early), Sha-London, Ziga(Jiga), Geizz, or Molugu. Their 7"s are really good. 2 tracks appeared on this comp are pretty good too, but the "Asphyxiation" EP is their best. Another band, Maria-A. I wish to hear more songs from this band!! Their female singer was in Goddess, the band that's on the "ADK Omnibus Vol.1", and the guitarist Kazushi is from The Trash, The Clay, Chu-Doku etc. The only Maria-A track I've heard is the one on this comp. They're supposed to be on the "Dog Days Live" comp VHS(w/ Lip Cream, Outo, Aggressive Dogs etc.) and are listed on the cover, however, the actual live footage is missing from the video?! Too bad. And, the Yagiinu track is another one I really liked from this comp. I think it's better than the tracks I heard on their 8" flexi.

Shinkankakuha Omnibus Vol. 2 (新感覚派 オムニバ ス Vol. 2) - 8" flexi - Shinkankakuha Label, 1988, Japan, Clear red flexi, (新感覚派-05) - $55
Nira-Kodomo (にら子供) / Shuffle / New Drugs / The's

Shit Hits Volume Two - 7" EP - E Records, 1997, Int'l, 525 pressed, Hand-numbered sleeve(# 234), Grey marbled vinyl, (SHIT-15) - $7
Silmäosasto(Finland, ex-Tampere SS & Kuolleet Kukat) / C.S.S.O.(Clotted Symmetric Sexual Organ)(Japan) / Wind Of Pain(Finland) / Blood(Germany) / Irstas(Finland) / Plan E(Finland) / Hemdale(U.S.) / Excess Of Cruelty(Belgium)

Shizuoka City Hardcore - 7" flexi - MCR Company, 1991, Japan, 1500 pressed, (MCR-042) - $20
Mental / The Rustler / Innocents / Nibbles - Classic Shizuoka Japcore rules!!!!!

Thrash Ahoy!! - 7" EP - Killed By Fast/One Coin/Thrash Ahoy!, 2000, Japan, Orange sleeve, (Thrash Ahoy-2) - $4
Battle Of Disarm / Social Crime / G.J.P.B. / Power Of Idea / Fuck On The Beach / Less Haze / Vivisick / Exorgrindst / F.I.O.M. / Insane'N The Brain / The Charge / Knucklehead / Boss Pitt / Dead Speakers / DxIxE / Dilate - This is "Vol. 2" of the series.

Tosamono (土佐者)  - 2 x 7" EP - Dan-Doh, 1997, Japan, Poster sleeve(red/black ver.), (Dan-Doh 007) - $15
Disclose / Judgement Disorderly / Aggression / AR-15 / Galvanize Head / S.H.K. / Calf Branding / Happy Family / Kerie Bundy

Unknown Hardcore Drunkers Vol. 2 - 2 x 7" EP - MCR Company, 1991, Japan, 1500 pressed, 12-page booklet sleeve, (MCR-046) - $8
Hakuchi(白痴) / C.O.S.A.(Pre-Effigy/Reality Crisis) / Noise Distraction / Beyond Description / Hellchild / Semetary / Bad Taste / Ouch / Over Dose / Stress / Heidegger