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  1. #501
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    Master of mediocrity.

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    Hell yeah. Dirty, Rotten, Imbecilic Houston Hardcore.
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    Who am I? D R I!

    I still call them a Bay Area band.

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    Master of mediocrity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    I still call them a Bay Area band.
    I mean, you're more right than I am. But the Bay Area's had tons of great hardcore over the years. Houston... far less. Not even a lot in TX... so I'm claiming DRI.

    Although, H-Town developed a pretty strong 2nd Wave Hardcore scene in the early 2000s. But that growling metal shit sucks, so who cares.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CS2-6 View Post
    I mean, you're more right than I am. But the Bay Area's had tons of great hardcore over the years. Houston... far less. Not even a lot in TX... so I'm claiming DRI.

    Although, H-Town developed a pretty strong 2nd Wave Hardcore scene in the early 2000s. But that growling metal shit sucks, so who cares.
    All good. Just ribbin' ya. Back in the 80's & 90's, our(BA) cup runneth over with hard music. It was a glorious time to be alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    Just ribbin' ya
    Oh yeah, I could tell. Just wanted to keep talkin' about the bad ol' good days. Now we've got no one to blame, nothing to change, and no evil to fight.

    But the Bay Area definitely had yalls fair share of great bands. Harder and less popular than your more southerly neighbors I suppose. And yall had a couple notable metal groups around that same time too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CS2-6 View Post
    Oh yeah, I could tell. Just wanted to keep talkin' about the bad ol' good days. Now we've got no one to blame, nothing to change, and no evil to fight.

    But the Bay Area definitely had yalls fair share of great bands. Harder and less popular than your more southerly neighbors I suppose. And yall had a couple notable metal groups around that same time too.
    The thrash scene was just so good. Testament, Exodus, Death Angel, Primus(call what you will but they were part of it), Violence.
    The shame of it is that I was so wrapped in that, that I missed the boat on the punk scene going on in Berkeley and such. I grew into punk a few years later but really kinda just missed it. I go to more punk shows now than I did then by far.

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    So punk.
    And I guess that I just don't know

  11. #511
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    I used to go to shows at The Farm in SF. An actual farm in the Mission. Circling was a big thing. One gig was TSOL a SOCAL band and the band was stunned by the circle: Bicycles, wheelchairs, everything. The circle was so big you literally had to climb the wall to not be in it. That was a cool time. Lots of old storefront gigs and stores. Anyone remember The Compound? Punk culture and fashion.


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