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    They have some fairly inexpensive turntables out there. Just got an oldie from a friend. May upgrade down the road. Back to the roots.

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    ^Sick collection!

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    Just finished reading the NOFX book, made me like them even more than I did. Smelly is the fucking man. His story was the most riveting. I love Hefe! And Fat Mike is way smarter than I thought he was. He did a very good job steering that ship of fools. Good read.
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    Punk Music Is Good

    Quote Originally Posted by Groomer Gambler View Post
    Cool article on NPR this AM: http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/...ing-about-food

    I got to see Shonen Knife play a few months ago. Awesome show. If they come to your area check em out!
    First heard of Shonen Knife on the "Sub-pop 100" comp in the late 80's, with their track "a day of the factory". I was intrigued; then they had their fifteen minutes of fame with "Bear up, Bison!" In the early 90's, and I caught them on tour in MPLS. Hilariously good/bad music, like the Shaggs, but with talent. They played the "shy Japanese girls" thing perfectly.

    I had no idea they were still around.

    https://youtu.be/gjGis9_0vTc
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Just finished reading the NOFX book, made me like them even more than I did. Smelly is the fucking man. His story was the most riveting. I love Hefe! And Fat Mike is way smarter than I thought he was. He did a very good job steering that ship of fools. Good read.
    The audio book is a pretty good listen. Interesting to hear their emotion come through on some of the darker stories.

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    Loved the book, but listening to audiobook would still be a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    Loved the book, but listening to audiobook would still be a treat.
    Do it. I hate audiobooks, but hearing the stories told, by the people that lived them, was really worth it on this one.

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    So the new Rise Against album is solid:



    [cue a bunch of people whining about how Rise Against isn't "punk" because they were formed after 1975 and they're not Nazi skinheads and because their guitars are in tune or whatever bullshit]

    That said their recent music is certainly more polished and drags the line between rock/hardcore/punk/whatever but listening to the lyrics they seem to have re-discovered a bit of their edge and venom compared to their last two offerings. I guess the Trump presidency offers a bit more fodder for a liberal-leaning political band?

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    Keeping the thread alive. Here's a band that took the best parts of the Ramones,
    Dolls, Stooges, and wrapped em up in a great rock n roll package.
    It still gets me moving. https://youtu.be/qLTHR1my04Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalated View Post
    So the new Rise Against album is solid:



    [cue a bunch of people whining about how Rise Against isn't "punk" because they were formed after 1975 and they're not Nazi skinheads and because their guitars are in tune or whatever bullshit]

    That said their recent music is certainly more polished and drags the line between rock/hardcore/punk/whatever but listening to the lyrics they seem to have re-discovered a bit of their edge and venom compared to their last two offerings. I guess the Trump presidency offers a bit more fodder for a liberal-leaning political band?
    Solid, not spectacular. I tend to like it more when he sang with more anger. Doesn't suck, just doesn't grab me as much the more polished they get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    Solid, not spectacular. I tend to like it more when he sang with more anger. Doesn't suck, just doesn't grab me as much the more polished they get.
    I'll agree with that entirely.

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    One of my favorite album covers of all time:


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    ^^^ I had that album, the one with the sandpaper cover, and the Jesus 7" back in the day. Crazy mofos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    ^^^ I had that album, the one with the sandpaper cover, and the Jesus 7" back in the day. Crazy mofos.
    Fuckin awesome!

    More songs:





    This is the most disgusting piece of trash I've ever heard!!!




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    ^^^^ Quality stuff! And that Feederz song I first heard on the "Let them eat Jellybeans" compilation. Played it so much that it developed a skip on that song. Nice to hear it again.

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    I played "Jesus" often on my college radio show in the mid 80's. Catholic college. I got in trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Groomer Gambler View Post
    One of my favorite album covers of all time:

    I recently found out that they were alive until impacting the ocean

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    Punk Music Is Good

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    RIP Fred Cole
    I was a fan. Such a kind soul. Always had a smile. He and Toody are truly legendary in Portland. I have a couple Rats albums and buddy is and oft times drummer for them.
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    [QUOTE=Groomer Gambler;5160942]RIP Fred Cole

    Yeah, I heard that.... RIP. Here's an early one from Mr. Cole. WAY ahead of their time.

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    New Pennywise



    And for those that like their punk with a side of metal and a dash of weird

    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    All ye punterz! Leave thine stupid heavy skis in the past, or at least in the resort category, for the age of lightweight pussy sticks is upon us! Behold! Keep up with the randocommandos on their carbon blades of shortness! Break thine tibias into spiral splinters with pintech extravagance!

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    Punk is the best music!!! PUNK IS NOT DEAD!

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