Second Volume of the Discipline (Vinyl Japan) released compilation LP's. I posted the first one here before.
01 - Piledrive - Muss Communication And T.V. Fuck Off
02 - Piledriver - Courage
03 - Piledriver - Space Coroney Kids
04 - The Rustler - Fist Up
05 - The Rustler - Heavy Bottom
06 - The Rustler - Fight Back
07 - Innocents - Inonakanokawazu
08 - Innocents - Im In The Blue-White Darkness
09 - Innocents - Soul
10 - Banish Arms - Intro
11 - Banish Arms - Foolish An Fixed Idea
12 - Banish Arms - Humanity Imperialism
13 - Juntess - Knells For The Past
14 - Juntess - Power Of Soul
15 - Juntess - Strain Of Devil
16 - So What - Jungroove
17 - So What - Stand Up For Your Right
18 - So What - You're Wan
Another one of those Rot Records international Compilation LP's released in the 80's with material sourced from Demo's.
Not a bad release and the sound quality is not too bad either.
01 - Ohlo Seco - Nada
02 - Massacre - Holy War
03 - Red Scare - Last Request
04 - Varukers - Animals
05 - Anti Climax - Game Of The Arseholes
06 - Capital Scum - Animal Aid
07 - Inferno - K.K.K.
08 - Oi Polloi - Stop The Recession Now
09 - Puke - Blood
10 - Circle One - Destroy Exxon
11 - Maniacs - Brave Men
12 - Picture Frame Seduction - Well Survive
13 - Capital Scum - Michael Jackson
14 - Killroys - 99 Bottles
15 - Ohlo Seco - Botas Fuzis Capacetes
16 - Massacre - Blindness
17 - Puke - I Hoppet Pa Inget
Amebix were an English Crust punk/Heavy metal band. Formed as "The Band with No Name", Amebix's original run was from 1978 to 1987, during which time they released three EPs and two full-length LPs. The group reunited in 2008 and disbanded again in November 2012.
By being one of the first bands to blend anarcho-punk and heavy metal music, Amebix are often cited as one of the key bands that helped to create the crust punk style - Wikipedia