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Format: CD
Sku: 60026214
UPC: 020282002622
UPC 14: 00020282002622
Release Date: 4/22/1997
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Violence - Youth Brigade ~ Various Artists
2. Intense Energy - Agression ~ Various Artists
3. Beefmasters - Battalion Of Saints ~ Various Artists
4. Pillbox - The Joneses ~ Various Artists
5. In The Night - Bad Religion ~ Various Artists
6. Dear John Letter - Agression ~ Various Artists
7. No More Lies - Battalion Of Saints ~ Various Artists
8. Who's Who - The Adolescents ~ Various Artists
9. Mass Hysteria - Social Distortion ~ Various Artists
10. Graveyard Rock - The Joneses ~ Various Artists
11. Boys In The Brigade - Youth Brigade ~ Various Artists
12. Rat Race - Agression ~ Various Artists
13. Wrecking Crew - The Adolescents ~ Various Artists
14. Look In The Mirror - Youth Brigade ~ Various Artists
15. Cops Are Out - Battalion Of Saints ~ Various Artists
16. Scratches & Needles - The Nils ~ Various Artists
17. Silent Scream - Rigor Mortis ~ Various Artists
18. History - Big Boys ~ Various Artists
19. Pyramids - Kraut ~ Various Artists
20. Care - Youth Brigade ~ Various Artists
21. Victims Of The Womanizer - Snfu ~ Various Artists
22. Piss On You - Personality Crisis ~ Various Artists
23. Indian Summer - Channel 3 ~ Various Artists
24. Out Of Touch - 7 Seconds ~ Various Artists
25. Foreign Policy - Stretch Marks ~ Various Artists
26. San Francisco - Smarties ~ Various Artists
27. War Goes On, The - Hungry For What ~ Various Artists
28. Tragedy In E - Jr. Gone Wild ~ Various Artists
29. Hey Pachuco! - Royal Crown Revue ~ Various Artists
30. Who's Life Is It Anyway? - That's It! ~ Various Artists
31. One In Five - Youth Brigade ~ Various Artists

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Michael McDonald , Mike McDonald (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Jens Gallmeyer (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Eddie Nichols, Netz, Dave Lawson, Doug Holland, Alex Soria, Mike, Mark Phillips, Shawn Stern, Mike Magrann, Jeff Scandal, Philip Cubin, Tim Kerr (vocals, guitar); Edward Jerzy Dobek, Johnny Feedback, Mark Stern, Tom Withers (vocals, drums); Andy Hadel, Mr. Chi Pig, Adam Stern, George Anthony, Chris Gates, Greg Graffin, Dik, Mark Hickey, Don Cowsan, Tony Cadena, The Dove, Jay Lansford, Kevin Seconds, Mitch, RES, C. Smith (vocals); James Anchor (guitar, tenor saxophone); Dennis, Karim Dormeyer, Frank Agnew, Bunt, Kim Gardner , Henry Knowles, Steve Houston, Dan Pozniak, Muc, Chris Smith , Brett Gurewitz (guitar); Jamie Stern (alto saxophone); Mando Dorame (tenor saxophone); Bill Ungerman (baritone saxophone); Stan Watkins (trumpet); Jay Bentley (bass guitar); Troy Mowat, Mark Aber, Terry Toner, Ted Olson, Chris Prettyman, Peter Feinstone, Joe, Derrick, Fred Schultz, Mitch Dean, Mat Young (drums).
Muze PNote Recording information: Mid-Ocean Studios, Man, Canada (05/1980-07/1992); Mystic Sound (05/1980-07/1992); Perspective Sound, CA (05/1980-07/1992); Phantom Studios, Midway City (05/1980-07/1992); Staccato Studios, Hannover, Germany (05/1980-07/1992); The Sound Chamber, Pasadena, CA (05/1980-07/1992); Track record (05/1980-07/1992); Westbeach Studios, Hollywood, CA (05/1980-07/1992); Wexford Studios, Ontario Canada (05/1980-07/1992).
Muze PNote Unknown Contributor Roles: James Anchor; Jimmy; Joe; Bill.
Muze PNote Culled almost entirely from two important, early-'80s So-Cal punk compilations, this CD is red hot a decade later. This is 15/18ths of 1982's Someone Got Their Head Kicked In (all but the three Blades tracks, which though good were the least of the LP), and 10/16ths of 1984's Something to Believe In (missing are the tracks by Unwanted -- L.A.'s, not 1977 London's -- Tourists, Youth Youth Youth, Young Lions, Zeroption, and D.O.A.; some good, some eh, though D.O.A.'s hot, funny "Tits on the Beach" -- another look at that same subject as the Stranglers' "Peaches" -- is sadly missed). Though it's likely an issue of rights to the material for re-release, it would have been better to reissue the two LPs as was, rather than stripping them of nine tracks to replace them with six songs (albeit equally good ones) from later BYO releases. From Head Kicked In, the two old, pre-first LP demos by the Adolescents are vital, great-sounding punk history, plus the 1982 Social Distortion's otherwise unknown masher "Mass Hysteria," a couple of the finest Youth Brigade songs -- including "Look in the Mirror," which should have made one of the two versions of its debut LP Sound and Fury the next year. The two tracks by the Joneses (the L.A. Dolls' rock, not the later crap Joneses) are fun, Aggression still rocks, and Battallion of Saints shreds. From Something, there's no arguing with Channel 3's proud punk-pop "Indian Summer," which came just before the bandmembers became alcoholics and got into the Alarm. And best of all, the Nils' stunning "Scratches and Needles," one of the defining moments by Montreal's best band ever, is so good it was the opening track on that LP despite the band's obscurity (they should've used the original version from the stupidly limited-edition, 300-print Now EP cassette, which is even more awesome). Youth Brigade (again) and Personality Crisis are terrific. If you care at all about U.S. classic punk, this is a super guide because it has so many great songs in one place by so many great bands. The BYO's Stern brothers (of Youth Brigade) had ears for melodies and tunes were abundant in L.A. (and Canada) back then, and that's why it's dated well. ~ Jack Rabid

Producer: Smarties; Shawn Stern; Gary Hirstius; Jay Lansford; James Mankey; Kraut; Ryk Oakley; Bad Religion; Thom Wilson; Tom Withers

Engineer: Donnell Cameron; Rusty Striff; Rich Freund; Gregory T. Heap; Dave Mockford; Michael Polten; James Mankey; Steve Brenner; Joe Peccerillo; Ryk Oakley; Scott Gibson; Bad Religion; Thom Wilson; Voco Fauxpas

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 07/01/2005
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1992
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 26
Music Label Name Label : Better Youth Organization (BYO)
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00020282002622

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