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40 Oz. of Hardcore

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18 of the hard rockin’ American group’s best from the ’80s & ’90s all recorded live in concert in Japan. Includes ’Neverland’, ’Sister Christian’, ’(You Can Still) Rock In America’, ’Don’t Tell Me You Love Me’ and ’When You Close Your Eyes’. 1999 release. The full title is ’Rock In Japan – Greatest Hits Live’.

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  • Absolutely awesome. Solid hardcore about having a good time without some stupid peta hippiecore message. This is the band by which all NYHC should be measured. Yes, I did just say that. So buy this album, and while youre at it grab a beer. You’re probably going to want to get trashed and break/hurt things. Don’t be ashamed. Its fun. Tracks of note: Olde-E, Skinheads Rule, Microwave, Sanity, and 22 oz of Pain. The entire damn album.

    Posted on December 29, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I have seen these guys more times than any other band. From Cbgb to Barney Mcnabbs I have never been let down. Nothing gives me more pleasure than watching Alan down olde e on the bowl while the hardcore chicken dropkicks some poor sucker in the crowd. Top quality NYHC. Buy two, Dean needs the beer money.

    Posted on December 29, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now