Cutting Through

The new Cutting Through 7″ is great. It has everything what I love about youth crew. The songs, the lyrics, the artwork. It never gets old.

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Big Kiss Tonight

At the time, I didn’t gave this record a fair chance. Listened to it once, decided I didn’t like it and forgot about it ever existing. Until recently someone put on this album in the car and I at that time, this record finally made sense to me. So I decided to get a copy. Turns out I got a recent repress, good enough for me.

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How Soon Is Now

I was very happy to score a copy of this How Soon Is Now? 7″ by the Smiths. Despite being a Dutch release, it is hard to find in the wild here. The variation with the saw blade Megadisc labels is even more rare.

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Don’t Sleep

This 7″ has been out for a while but it is getting harder and harder to find hardcore records without having to order them from abroad. Not enough shows and if there are no distro’s are present anymore.

Anyway Don’t Sleep return with a new 7″, actually one song isn’t really new but the other one is. Great stuff just like the first EP.

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Safety Net

One of the more overlooked 80’s bands are the Shop Assistants. Their sound now still sounds fresh and you can’t really tell it is an 80’s band. I think this 12″ is easy comparable to their debut LP. All great songs with an unique sound. I should track down their other stuff too.

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Hand in Glove

Shandie Shaw made this 12″ together with the Smiths and they basically just recorded Smiths songs with Shandie singing. As always Germany got a crazy colored splatter pressing.

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American Nightmare

Back in the early 2000″s, I missed the first American Nightmare show in the Netherlands. So I never got hold of this 7″ with the tour sleeve. I did got a nice copy on white vinyl a bit later. But I always wanted this 7″. Kind of cool to pick one up a good 15 years later.

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Van Agt

Great Dutch punk classic arrived last week. The a-side sung in Dutch is such a good punk song. The b-side has a more pub rock feel. Kind of cool thinking this was released in 1977 and is easy one of the earliest punk bands.

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Garage Days

Back in the very early 90″s, before I got hooked on Nirvana, I was mostly on a Guns N Roses trip but Metallica made a big impression too, an older kid in the neighborhood would copy his CDs and records for me. He made me a tape which contains Ride The Lightning and this it was topped of with songs from this EP. I bought a copy of Ride The Lightning years ago, so it was nice to add a copy of this EP to the collection.

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Sun Dragon

Another RSD release I didn’t buy, but I sort of regret not getting was this Ramones LP. The S/T LP and Leave Home LP are by far my favorite Ramones records and after listening to this record online, I know I needed to get my hands on a copy. This record is made up of demo recordings for the Leave Home record.

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