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    F-Minus is a fucking great modern "old school" style CA hardcore band. Their third album was recoded by Steve Albini, but Suburban Blight, their second, is still my favorite. i really liked that all 4 members sang and two of them were kinda hot chicks with gnarly fucking growls






    And worth mentioning at the same time, label mates and oft-touring mates (and split album mates), crust hardcore/ska band Choking Victim (with core members also in Leftover Crack and The CrackrockSteady 7) who are fucking hilarious and awesome at the same time and put on AMAZING shows.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Media Blitz View Post
    Hey Drinkey - remember that a lot of people who've never heard this kinda music will read this thread. You just blew our only chance to remove 18 Visions and that entire shitty ass OC fashioncore scene from history. I would gladly trade the one band I liked (Bleeding Through's Portrait of a Goddess is basically a death/black metal album made for moshing instead of smoking weed and being glum) to wipe that shit off the planet.

    Those were the same kids who were wearing JNCO pants, Krishna beads and Xing up in the 90's. OC was loaded with rich kids that could afford to change scenes at the drop of a hat.
    i think you just answered a ton of questions i had about my cousin that grew up in dana point i always had growing up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Media Blitz View Post
    Hey Drinkey - remember that a lot of people who've never heard this kinda music will read this thread. You just blew our only chance to remove 18 Visions and that entire shitty ass OC fashioncore scene from history. I would gladly trade the one band I liked (Bleeding Through's Portrait of a Goddess is basically a death/black metal album made for moshing instead of smoking weed and being glum) to wipe that shit off the planet.

    Those were the same kids who were wearing JNCO pants, Krishna beads and Xing up in the 90's. OC was loaded with rich kids that could afford to change scenes at the drop of a hat.

    HAHAHAHA well, i'm trying to treat this an educational course. Got to have some bad with the good.
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    hellcat records used to put out these great compilations every year that would always only be like 5 bucks and would have a rad poster that came with it.

    i loved that shit.

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    Give 'Em the Boot!

    And I saw F-Minus open for TSOL up in Mammoth back in 2001. They were fantastic, one of the first Crust bands I ever saw and they pretty much blew my little mind. The next year they did another one of those punk shows with The Distillers and The Icarus Line.
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    Epitaph started the whole cheap comp CD thing. Punk-O-Rama was like $2.99 for 20+ tracks. Looking back, what a BRILLIANT move - put together tracks you already own, take a loss on the materials, but have stores stock them on the impulse counter so kids buying Green Day and Offspring CD's grab one on their way out. It paid off times 10 when those kids came back to buy the full lengths of Epitaph bands.

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    oh! oh! oh! my turn!

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    Punk-o-Ramas were great as well. I think it was Punk-O-Rama 8 that first turned me on to a little two piece group known as the Black Keys. They stuck out like a sore thumb on that comp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rag and bone View Post
    i think you just answered a ton of questions i had about my cousin that grew up in dana point i always had growing up
    This ain't no middle of the mall shit.

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    For Linkin Park this is kind of embarrassing, but this song would be great live if you just wanna have fun and grind on a girl.
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    I discovered a TON of bands through Punk O Rama. And yeah, as they got further down the line and Anti- became an imprint, they started putting more and more of those bands on there. An Epitaph comp was the first time I ever heard Tom Waits.

    And thetello, I was a HUGE fan of Shai Hulud. Shit.
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    punkorama 5 started everything for me

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punk-O-Rama_5

    EDIT: Fuckin A was the intro to pump up the valuum an excellent way to be introduced to this music
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreutz2112 View Post
    I fully 100% for sure support this thread.

    Paging HvR.
    This isn't really my thing. If you guys start talking about the more math focused bands that fall under the same umbrella, page me again.
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    if i liked jets to brazil or the promise ring id probably post a song of theirs in this thread but i dont

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkingvsreeve View Post
    This isn't really my thing. If you guys start talking about the more math focused bands that fall under the same umbrella, page me again.
    There was a lot more of that happening int eh beginning of the thread...and I'm sure will continue. I know i will be.

    Also, nips, i LOVE Swing Kids.
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    also, for those who grew up in the phoenix area, the ska punk show on the edge in its early days was definitely a game changer

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    this thread is fucking great. i have already had a very nostalgic week and everything in this thread is adding to that. so this has me thinking of all of the stuff that came out around my junior/senior year of high school.

    some of my favs from the '02-'04 era






    my apologies if any of these are on the wrong side of the metal line
    This ain't no middle of the mall shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rag and bone View Post
    also, for those who grew up in the phoenix area, the ska punk show on the edge in its early days was definitely a game changer
    definitely a game changer.
    This ain't no middle of the mall shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessalasset View Post
    FURTHER SEEMS FOREVER!

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    FURTHER SEEMS FOREVER!
    IS FUCKING HORRIBLE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Media Blitz View Post
    IS FUCKING HORRIBLE
    And you suck for not liking The Blood Brothers.


    MY TURN! MY TURN!


    glassJAw!!! They still got it after all this time. Almost 9 years in between releases and what has been put out now is still good.


    (for some reason theres really no album versions of songs on yt, so ill pick from live ones when needed)










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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkingvsreeve View Post
    This isn't really my thing. If you guys start talking about the more math focused bands that fall under the same umbrella, page me again.
    Sorry we started talking about actual hardcore...

    Meedlymeedlymeedlymeedlymoopmoopmoop JUN JUN JUN JUN *high pitched low end whining* JUN JUN JUN JUN

    There.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    And worth mentioning at the same time, label mates and oft-touring mates (and split album mates), crust hardcore/ska band Choking Victim (with core members also in Leftover Crack and The CrackrockSteady 7) who are fucking hilarious and awesome at the same time and put on AMAZING shows.


    YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!! Holy fuck I remember when one of my friends lent me a Choking Victim CD when I was in grade 10 or 11. It blew my mind. Crack Rock Steady is such a great song.

    Did you ever seen them Drinkey?

    Quote Originally Posted by rag and bone View Post
    hellcat records used to put out these great compilations every year that would always only be like 5 bucks and would have a rad poster that came with it.

    i loved that shit.
    Give 'Em The Boot. Man, I miss those. Those CDs pretty much describe my latter half of high school and first year of university.
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    Sadly, i never got to see Choking Victim...but I DID see Leftover Crack and they play like half of that Choking Victim album. Shit was fucking bonkers. They just played L.A. at the end of Feb but i couldn't go. Drats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    Punk-o-Ramas were great as well. I think it was Punk-O-Rama 8 that first turned me on to a little two piece group known as the Black Keys. They stuck out like a sore thumb on that comp.
    hahahaha that is when i heard of them first too!!! man i thought i was the only one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suprefan View Post
    glassJAw!!! They still got it after all this time. Almost 9 years in between releases and what has been put out now is still good.
    This is not true.
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    I wanna talk about BOYSETSFIRE. these guys were one of the first bands I listened to that really helped to bridge the gap between punk and hardcore and got me really interested in exploring hardcore more. I bought a Victory Records comp in 200 and this song, "Rookie," REALLY stood out for me


    Almost immediately after i bought the album After The Eulogy and i was totally hooked. I really like how they combined punk politics with hardcore, posthardcore, and emo song structures and lyrics.



    The prior album and every album after that were really fucking solid as well

    From The Day The Sun Went Out


    Tomorrow Come Today


    The Misery Index


    Miss these guys...I was so bummed when they broke up. They had a hardcore following, but both times I got to see them live they played to half-empty clubs.
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    yeah, boysetsfire was killer back in the day. I got to see them live just once and the club was PACKED. They played the smallest venue Utah has though. I think you and I made hardcore/post-hardcore mixes for the send-a-mix-cd-in-the-mail thing we did. I love this thread. Is this how it feels when all the old people look back and reminisce about the 60s and 70s?
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    I was really into Hopefall too. They started out as a Christian Hardcore band, but quickly moved away from that as they gained popularity. I don't think they are around anymore.





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    There was another band out of New Jersey called In Pieces that I LOVED, but I can't find any youtubes. I may do some uploading when I get home.
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