Repress!!Classic three song rager from 1980. Less than a year removed from "realities of war" the sound is already faster and more aggressive, leaving 70's punk behind and blazing into pure hardcore raw punk. This record has three of Discharge's best songs which are just pure blasts of raw anger and urgency. Hardcore punk at it's best.
Formed originally during the late 70's in stoke on trent by twins, (tezz) on vocals and (bones) on guitar along with(rainy) on bass and drummer (acko) discharge became one of the new breed of punk bands amongst a barrage of the onslaught of N.W.O.B.H.M (new wave of british heavy metal) frontman cal was recruited on vocals as the decade drew to its close, with the depature of acko , tezz moved to drums the lads were introduced to local clay records owner mike stone , little did anyone know after signing ,that the band would produce what would soon become britains most visual and thunderous music,to break the hard... + INFO
Well, this is not the same DISCHARGE that we all know and love. Technically it's the same band, but it sounds completely different. As the title states, this LP is their early demo recordings from March - June, 1977. If you've never heard this, and someone played it at a party, you would never guess who it is. No, this is not the raging D/beat hardcore that we're all accustomed to. The punk on this record is so '77 that it's almost ridiculous, very much a product of its time. The music is extremely basic, very simple, very primitive, and completely callow. It doesn't have the political, anti/war out rage either, inste... + INFO
Five song blast of pure anger and energy, Dishcarge is at their finest here. Pure be beat raw punk against which all the successors can be measured. This hard driving music is the perfect vehicle for the outrage at war and oppression conveyed by the harsh lyrics and graphics.
Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing, the debut album from Discharge originally released in 1982, is widely considered to be a defining statement of hardcore and punk in general. Coming on the back of several well recieved EP's and singles, with this album Discharge laid down the blueprint for a new sound in punk rock. The songs are short, played at a constant high speed, abrasive and minimalist. Riffs were a near constant wall of ferocious strumming, aided by a constant, monotonous percussion that would become quickly known as /beat'. Lyrically Discharge were leftist in nature, dealing with anarchist and pacifist m... + INFO