Tuesday, March 27, 2007

V/A - God' s Chosen People (LP) Old Glory Records #04 1993





Like I told you the last decade was ten years of compilations overkill and here is a nice example: "God' s Chosen People" by Old Glory Records (run by an Iconoclast member), a label that brought out many stuff by all your heroes: Assfactor 4, In/Humanity, Avail, Policy Of Three, Iconoclast or even Funeral Duner (ex-Portraits Of Past) later. Since the label does not exist anymore, I will post some further stuff.

Here we have some of the early 90ies legends (Born Against, Merel, Native Nod, Avail and Rorschach) together with some bands who never got much attention (Groove, Shadowman (still looking for their demo tape!) or Greyhouse); quite decent and compact 30 minutes with only two songs that bore me.
Rorschach hack themselves through the King Crimson classic, Native Nod (pre-Van Pelt, The Lapse, Ted Leo...) help to strengthen their position as a blueprint for every knee sliding freak and Born Against take the biscuit once more, but my underhand favourite is Greyhouse' s "Ever-Nearing Joy".

The complete booklet is included in the zip file!

V/A - God' s Chosen People (LP) Old Glory Records #04 1993

side a:
Avail
1. Sidewalk
Merel
2. Newfound Snide Remark
Elizabeth Herz
3. Easter Island
Askance
4. The Living
Puzzlehead
5. Degenerated (Reagan Youth)
Native Nod
6. Back to Mimsy

side b:
Rorschach
1. 21st Century Schizoid Man (King Crimson)
Groove
2. Extension
Shawdowman
3. Written Undefined
Iconoclast
4. Eleventh Hour
Greyhouse
5. Ever-Nearing Joy
Born Against
6. Lillian
[OGG Vorbis, 256k, password: antithesis, mirror 1, mirror 2]

4 comments:

thomask said...

Falls du es noch nicht kennst.Im Blog vom März gibts ein Native Nod Video.
http://www.thesoundofindie.com/

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Hirsinger Youth said...

Yo, The Sound Of Indie auch schon verlinkt; einer der besten Blogs in punkto 90ies.

@ Punk Not Profit:
would be nice to read something about the albums posted, because the amount of blogs who are just for downloading is increasing constantly.

Robi_Wan said...

Danke für den Upload