The Hardest Rockin Songs Ever!


#521

I had a lot of those 80s metal albums on tape, which actually sounded pretty good other than the hiss. It would be nice to have the vinyl though, or at least good vinyl rips.


#522

We used to have a bit of vinyl back in the day. Not much survived though :slight_smile: Somehow the Anti-Nowhere League record did, how I heard it lately!


#523

Sounds like Violent Femmes on speed.


#524

Just listened again, fits my new avatar


#525

This has to be the world record for the Hardest Rockin Song Ever!


#526

Upon more listenings, it’s superior to the Femmes, and far more lyrically profound.


#527

Slayer doesn’t mess around. I’m partial to the Bad Brains too.

This one really captures the energy of punk concerts in the 80s. Just wish the recording quality was better:


#528

Now that was a tape. Those first 5 songs


#529

& video


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#534

When it comes to the Beatles, this one seems a little harder:


#535

Do kids like hard rocking songs? Almost makes me think kids are cute…almost.


#536

Too much cuteness. Time for a doom metal palate cleanser.


#537

Kinda brings this to mind

Been coming back to this a lot lately


#538

Didn’t realize that Jello was part of the 1,000 Homo DJs project.

Damaged is still my favorite Black Flag album for that perfect combo of humor and nihilism. And Greg Ginn is a totally underrated guitarist. Who says punks can’t play their instruments?


#539

I know him and Jorgenson have done some stuff, but didn’t know he did anything in that either.

Greg Ginn is awesome. He did make like 97 on the top 100 guitarists in Rolling Stone one time, swimming in the mainstream lol. Damaged will always hold a special place in my heart. More Ginn


#540