Friday, 19 October 2018

Septic Death - Somewhere In Time 7" - 1988


Excerpt from a live performance on Aug. 28th 1983 in Boise, Idaho.
For completists.

01 - Fear
02 - Protest - Protect
03 - Eye Missing
04 - Conquest
05 - Negative Threat
06 - Child
07 - Hardware

"Live"
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Lost And Found Records.

VA - Kakumei 2 (革命2) Lp - 1991


MCR Company compilation of late 80's and early 90's Punk, a nice mix of Japanese bands with some foreign devil dogs thrown in for good measure.

Side A:
01 - Misery - Total Destruction
02 - Misery - Born Fed Slaughtered
03 - F.V.K. - Dazzle
04 - F.V.K. - Bike
05 - Fuck Geez - Stay Free
06 - Fuck Geez - Wasted Land
07 - Spermbirds - I Might Kill You
08 - Spermbirds - Hiding

Side B:
09 - Don Don - Politics
10 - Don Don - Cleopatra's Dream
11 - Cox-Orange - Don't Throw Your Life Away
12 - Assfort - No Reason
13 - Assfort - Not Have A Leg To Stand On
14 - Nessun Dorma - Follow The Crowd
15 - Nessun Dorma - Hard Sell
16 - Idora - Self Defence

revolution
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MCR Company.

Ad Nauseam - Once Upon A Time 1982/1984 Lp - 2017


UK punk band from Portsmouth. This is a collection of their Tape releases from 1982 to 1984.

Side A:
01 - Thatcher
02 - Mass Murder
03 - Fuck I Ain't Bovered
04 - What A State
05 - Don't Vote
06 - Why Fight Each Other
07 - Fire
08 - Weapons Of Peace
09 - Once Upon A Time
10 - Daddy Daddy
11 - Sufferance
12 - Crazy World
13 - Maggie's Millions
14 - World Cruise
15 - Apocalypse Of Youth
16 - Ashes To Ashes

Side B:
17 - No Mercy
18 - Undeclared Citizens
19 - Who Are You
20 - Wheelies One
21 - Nausea
22 - Destructadisc
23 - Throw Down Your Crutches
24 - Dog Od On A Sunstroke Pill
25 - The Church Creates
26 - Still Be Havin Fun
27 - Monkey See Monkey Do
28 - Ain't Gonna Be No Peace

01 To 10 - Mass Murder Tape 1982
11 To 16 - 2nd Demo 1982
17 To 28 - Demo 1984

"Ad Nauseam"
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Vomitopunkrock Records.

Accident - A Clockwork Legion Lp - 2017-RE


Oi! punk band from the United Kingdom. The band originally formed in 1977 and stayed together until 1986. They then re-formed in 1996.
This is not your average Oi! on the terraces record and is quite melodic and catchy, a great Lp

Side A:
01 - Respectable
02 - Twisted Mind
03 - Affliction
04 - Cue The Dead
05 - Leaders Of Tomorrow

Side B
06 - A Clockwork Legion (Intro + The March)
07 - Sorry (We Can't Help You)
08 - Fight To Win
09 - Bad Company
10 - Vendetta

"Orange"
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Daily Records.

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Vånna Inget - Vart Tar Du Vägen / Hemlighet 7" - 2013


Their second ep, nice and catchy even if you don't speak the language you can still enjoy a good tune.

01 - Vart Tar Du Vägen
02 - Hemlighet

Majken Records, Heptown Records, Instigate Records.

Vånna Inget - Jag Ska Fly Tills Jag Hittar Hem 7" - 2012


Who doesn't enjoy some Vånna Inget?

01 - Jag Ska Fly Tills Jag Hittar Hem
02 - Spotta I Motvind
03 - Nodsignal
04 - Våra Drömmars Död

Erste Theke Tonträger.

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Intensive Care - Demos 1983 To 1985 Lp - 2018


Back in 1980 when all the world was young, Iain Kilgallon started a band with 3 other guys, Tam Stewart, Iain Tannock and Mark Hendren. The boys were all big fans of Punk Rock and wanted to try and do their bit to add to try get their home town of Gourock, situated on the West Coast of Scotland, represented on the UK punk rock map. They decided on the name Side FX and were soon playing support slots, playing mostly original material, to the local host of new wave bands in the area, which had still to produce any out and out punk acts. After around six months of playing live, Mark Hendren announced he wanted out as he wasn’t enjoying playing.
The guys had a look around for a new guitarist and while in the middle of this, we all decided that we needed a name which better described our brand of basic, angry punk rock. During a night in Iain’s parents house drinking Merrydown Cider and Tennents Lager, and after listening to the new compilation ‘Oi! The Album’, the guys decided on Intensive Care.

A new guitarist was found, Brian McGrath and the band were soon up and playing supports to local punk acts including the notorious Tuaregs and even with soon to become famous, H20.

More changes in the personnel followed with Iain Tannock, Tam Stewart and Brian McGrath leaving after the band had a heart to heart about the direction they wanted to go and only Iain Kilgallon wanted to follow the Oi!/Punk route with all the others wanting to go new wave. As Iain was the main songwriter, he continued with Intensive Care and brought in Big Jim Gallacher on drums, Nelly on Guitar and Sammy MacLeod on vocals, with Iain staying on bass.

The band went in to the studio to record their first demo and as soon as it was ready, it was duly dispatched to Garry Bushell at Sounds music weekly and to all the UK’s punk labels. Much to their surprise, they got a reply from the top Oi!/Punk label, No Future Records, who’s acts included Blitz, Peter & The test Tube Babies, The Partisans, Red Alert and The Violators, saying that they were very interested in keeping tabs on the band. As well as this, a few weeks later Garry Bushell did a piece on who were the most promising young bands to keep an eye on coming through the ranks around the UK and we were mentioned, we couldn’t believe it and thought we had won the lottery. This may seem OTT but remember, we were only 16 and 17 years of age and were totally astonished.

Next came a call from Garry Bushell asking if the band wanted to travel down to London to play with some of the top acts in the country at the newly opened Skunx Club at the Angel in Islington. He read off a list of the bands coming up and to the bands ears it was like being kids in a sweet shop! That is not far off the truth as remember we were only kids and only one of us was even old enough to drive and two were still at school! The band opted to come down and support Peter & The test Tube Babies and then Blitz, then the Urban Dogs and then headlined the venue, doing very well and it was during one of these gigs that No Futures bosses offered us a deal to sign to them, with one proviso….we ditched Sammy from vocals and Iain took over. Iain turned the offer down instantly as the band were all mates but one thing led to another and Sammy left and Iain moved to vocals, big Wattie McClure joined on bass, Nelly left and Wattie’s brother, Wullie McClure, joined on guitar. Not long after this Bryza replaced big Jim Gallacher on drums. Talk about musical chairs!

During 1981/82, the West of Scotland was to be torn apart with the closures of the main source of employment, the Shipyards so as jobs were few and far between, Iain chose to head south to the Horley/Crawley area next to Gatwick Airport to stay with his sister and as soon as he arrived he got a call from No Future Records asking if we could go on the mega popular compilation Country Fit For Heroes’. Iain called the guys back in Scotland to travel down and record but for one reason or other, the guys couldn’t do it so Iain went round the local record shops and the pubs where the punks and skins drank and frantically tried to recruit amongst people he had never met before. Luckily most of the scene in Horley and Crawley had heard of Intensive Care so the job was pretty easy.

Enter Liam Knight on guitar (RIP) and Trout on drums, they did the recording with Iain doubling up on bass and vocals. The lads recorded two tracks for the compilation, Fight & Die and Ghost Town. These songs were very well received so the guys set about starting to get the name out and about and we soon recruited Spike Harris on bass, and Gav Hills on Drums, with Wee Lee Panel replacing the nutty Trout on drums.

On a very successful gig at the world famous 100 Club in London’s Oxford Street, the guys were approached by the now famous Mr Gig, who said in his opinion we were the best un-signed band on the scene and he wanted to sign us up for his newly formed Punishment Block Records. We were delighted, and liked him very much as he was such a character, and the next thing we knew, we were in the studio recording our first, and only 7” single. It was a 3 track release with:

1 – Cowards
2 – Class of ‘84
3 – Organised Crime
The release did very well, just failing to crack the top 30 in the independent charts but still making enough of a splash to get the bands profile raised considerably and the offers of gigs started rolling in.

One very interesting point was that in the West Sussex area, Crawley etc, we were out-selling the highest selling single of the time, Careless Whisper by George Michael, and due to this Sussex BBC Radio, the biggest in the area by a mile and based down in Brighton, contacted the band to get us in for an interview etc to explain how on earth a bunch of herbert’s like us could prove so popular. Iain told them he hoped they could tell us as we didn’t know either!

It was around this time that Wee Lee left to concentrate on work as he was under all sorts of outside pressure, he was replaced very fleetingly by Beaky on drums who was promptly replaced by Bryza, who had moved south from Scotland.

Anyway, the band kept gigging away and being offered slot on all sorts of compilation albums and all day punk shows, scooter rally’s, gigs abroad and al the things we had never dreamed of being invited on, including being fortunate enough to play with such great names as the UK Subs, GBH, The Business, PTTB’s, Blitz, Exploited, Abrasive Wheels, One Way System, Major Accident and many others.

An interesting point was one of the support bands on our gig in Wales was the now mega famous Condemned 84. We could tell right away that they had that extra needed to rise above the normal band and the bands formed a good friendship. Also around at the time were the superb scallywags, Vicious Rumours, again a good friendship was formed and as well as with other great bands round the UK including Brighton’s superb Skingraft and Scotland’s Condemned and Red Brigade.

Next up came the offer to sign for Oi Records, Roddy Moreno’s Cardiff based label, and Iain agreed right away. Roddy offered to put out our first full length album and the guys were all delighted. It all changed….Iain’s dad dropped dead, only 59, and his whole world turned upside down. While up visiting his mother in Scotland, he mentioned the record was going to come out and his mother said that his father had left a small amount of money which he would have wanted his son to record and press a record to release. Maybe it was emotions all over the place and being disorientated, but Iain decided to go it alone and called Roddy to let him down as gently as possible to thank him for his very kind offer. Let’s just say he wasn’t best pleased and to this day I don’t think they have spoken! Iain still feels bad about it but I hope he understands it was the most unusual and unexpected situation which was totally unplanned and if he could have changed anything, he would have.

So out came the bands 6 track 12” single, ‘Rebels’, ‘Rockets’ and ‘Rubbermen’. It was very well received, particularly in the USA and the band seemed to be going from strength to strength.

Gigs offers kept coming in and then they were asked to appear on one of the famous and very popular Oi! Compilation albums on Link Records. They recorded their track ‘Framed’ which was very well received.

One thing that was beginning to sour events was the amount of trouble the gigs were attracting as the mid to late 80’s was a period of unprecedented trouble between Punks, Skins, Straights, Mods, Rockabillies and Psychobillies. It got to the point that the band were sick to death of the constant trouble and this led to splits in the band and a change of personnel. Spike, Liam and Wee Lee left and were replaced by Glen on Bass, Ash on guitar and Mark Reynolds on drums. They plugged on for another year or so but in the end they decided to take a break for a while as they had been playing constantly all round the UK with the odd European gig thrown in for the past 5 years, and none of them even had a steady job.

It was not long after this that tragedy was to strike. Liam was knocked down and killed while trying to cross a dual carriageway on his way into town one evening. The guys were shattered as without doubt, he was the most liked guy in the band and to this day, I don’t know anyone who ever had a bad word to say about him. The guys reformed and played two benefit shows for his parents to help with the costs involved in this tragic loss and it helped pay towards the gravestone, burial, a seat in the local memorial gardens and the rest went towards the local hospitals, sick children’s ward. The first of the two packed shows was filmed and came out on video and sold out in no time at all. The guys spoke about getting back together but alas it was not to be, for a host of reasons, not least the arrival of Iain’s daughter, Leanne. He felt he needed to get a real job to provide for the new addition and the rest is history.

After we had called it a day, offers still came in for interviews and shows and even a tour of the east coast of the USA, tempting as they were, nothing was ever done about it, shame really but the one last thing that the band did agree to was the release of all their previous recordings which included lots of un-released material through the legendary Captain Oi! Records. This has proven to be a popular release and years later when Iain started playing with Beerzone, the thing that struck him most about his first couple of American tours was the amount of people, who night after night, only wanted to talk about Intensive Care, not Beerzone. This has to be the highest praise of all, a band which hadn’t played for over a decade, still proving popular on the other side of the world. What more can you say about that!

One last point that I have to add is that we are still offered gigs to this day, 2007, but in the last few years another band started in North London using the Intensive Care name and have been poking fun at us from all directions for quite some time now. Iain takes it in good spirits, rightly or wrongly, but cant for the life of him work out why anyone with half a brain would use a name that is already firmly rooted in the history of Punk and Oi!, its lucky these cheeky North London herbert’s are not very good, or we would be in trouble! *Discogs.

Side A:
01 - No Future
02 - Fight For Your Future
03 - Framed
04 - Power & Glory
05 - Someone In The Crowd
06 - Class Of 84
07 - Exocet UK
08 - Fight & Die
09 - Organised Crime

Side B:
10 - Waterfront Warfare
11 - Tell The Truth
12 - You'll Never Put Us Down
13 - Scared Of You
14 - Cowards Of Today
15 - Pigs
16 - Life On The Dole
17 - Plastic Rebel

01 To 06 Demo 1983
07 To 12 Demo 1984
13 To 17 Demo 1985

"Intense"
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Vomitopunkrock Records.

Samhain - Unholy Passion 12" - 2016-BOOT


Originally released in 1985 on Plan 9.

01 - Unholy Passion
02 - All Hell
03 - Moribund
04 - The Hungry End
05 - I Am Misery

"Unholy"
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D. & V. Records.

Sabbat - To Praise The Sabbatical Queen 2xLp - 2004


Long running Japanese Metal band, I had the pleasure of seeing these guys earlier this year in Auckland, It was a great show.

Side A:
01 - Snow Woman
02 - Kamikaze Bomber
03 - Gok Kan Ma
04 - Satanician
05 - Sabbatical Demonslaught

Side B:
06 - Splatter
07 - Flame Of The Circle
08 - Evoke The Evil
09 - Black Fire (20th Japanese - English Version)
10 - Arizigoku

Side C:
11 - Black Fire (20th English - Japanese Version)
12 - Screaming Murder
13 - Envenom Into The Witch's Hole
14 - Disembody To The Abyss
15 - Evoke The Evil
16 - Reversed Bible

Side D:
17 - Black Metal Horses
18 - Possessed Hammer
19 - Satan Bless You
20 - Hellfire
21 - Black Fire
22 - Bursting Out

"Sabbat"
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Iron Pegasus Records.

Friday, 12 October 2018

Voivod - Angel Rat Lp - 1991


Released after Nothingface and taking that album that little bit further. Angel Rat is a great record with some very catchy songs but still with that slight quirkiness that Voivod are renowned for. I like it.

Side A:
01 - Shortwave Intro
02 - Panorama
03 - Clouds In My House
04 - The Prow
05 - Best Regards
06 - Twin Dummy

Side B:
07 - Angel Rat
08 - Golem
09 - The Outcast
10 - Nuage Fractal
11 - Freedoom
12 - None Of The Above

"Rat"
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MCA Records.

Darkthrone - Soulside Journey Lp - 2012-RE


With much more of a nod towards the "Swedish" death metal sound of the time than what they morphed into.

Side A:
01 - Cromlech
02 - Sunrise Over Locus Mortis
03 - Soulside Journey
04 - Accumulation Of Generalization
05 - Neptune Towers
06 - Sempiternal Sepulchrality

Side B:
07 - Grave With A View
08 - Iconoclasm Sweeps Cappadocia
09 - Nor The Silent Whispers
10 - The Watchtower
11 - Eon

"Journey"
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Peaceville Records.

Entombed - Clandestine Lp - 2013-RE


Probably my favourite Entombed record.
'Full Dynamic Range' reissue.

Side A:
01 - Living Dead
02 - Sinners Bleed
03 - Evilyn
04 - Blessed Be
05 - Stranger Aeons

Side B:
06 - Chaos Breed
07 - Crawl
08 - Severe Burns
09 - Through The Collonades

"Entombed"
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Earache Records.

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Minor Threat - Out Of Step 12" - 1983


A true "Classic" Hardcore record..

Side A:
01 - Betray
02 - It Follows
03 - Think Again
04 - Look Back & Laugh

Side B:
05 - Sob Story
06 - No Reason
07 - Little Friend
08 - Out Of Step
09 - Cashing In

"...with the world!"
password is mboc

Dischord Records.

MDC - Multi-Death Corporations 7" - 1983


Originally released on R Radical and then licensed to Crass in 1983.
I've posted the Beer City Re-Issue from 2014 before but here's the original Crass Records one.

01 - Multi-Death Corporations
02 - Selfish Shit
03 - Radioactive Chocolate
04 - No Place To Piss

Crass Records.

Sick Old Man - Tribunus Plebis Cassette - 2016

Blackened Crust Punk from Auckland, New Zealand.
Released on 2016-12-17,

Limited to 50 copies

01 - Tribunus Plebis
02 - Carpe Vinum
03 - Outflanked
04 - The Sick Old Man
05 - Barba Crescit Caput Nescit

Hairy Palm.

VA - Hairy Palm Vol 2 Cassete - 2018

New Zealand Punk Cassette, second one in the series so far.

"Hairy Palm Volume 2: A current document of New Zealand punk, hardcore, noise, sludge and industrial, all lovingly hand dubbed in a bedroom in West Auckland, with artwork by Ahnand Unka (j-card), Grant Sheridan (labels) and Jess Dew (inserts), set to be released in the most inconvenient of formats, cassette."

01 - Stress Ghetto - Bushwalkaz
02 - Spiteful Urinator - Bastards Among Us / Nontransferable Scenario
03 - Noxo - Death Stalker
04 - Corpse Rat - Crook Guts
05 - Corpse Rat - Failure At Failing
06 - Sick Old Man - Plaga Medicus
07 - Long Distance Runner - None Like Me
08 - Long Distance Runner - The Mask
09 - Ave Teth - Tod

"Hairy"
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Hairy Palm.

Tuesday, 9 October 2018

VA - Let's Get Pissed - It's Christmas Lp - 1984


Yet another compilation Lp put out by one of the many sub-labels of Rot Records..
This has some classic 80's European Punk bands.

Side A:
01 - Bristles - Coming Back
02 - Riot Squad - Hate The Law
03 - Drongos For Europe - Can't Afford To Fall
04 - Oi Polloi - Silent Minority
05 - Terveet Kädet - City And Stars
06 - Existenz - Man Of His Own
07 - Crude SS - Forced Values
08 - Paranoia - Robots

Side B:
09 - Terveet Kädet - Outsider
10 - Drongos For Europe - Dresden
11 - Oi Polloi - Boot Down The Doors
12 - Crude SS - Sick Pleasure
13 - Bristles - Lonely
14 - Riot Squad - Hidden Fear
15 - Existenz - Good Time

"We're all getting pissed at christmas..."
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Cult.

VA - Powerage / Compos Mentis - Backlash 7" - 1987


Split 7" from South Africa's Powerage and New Zealand Anarcho Punk's Compos Mentis.

Powerage:
01 - This Is South Africa
02 - Disgrace
03 - Lies

Compos Mentis:
04 - Chase Corpse
05 - Rock Stars
06 - Patricia Bartlett

Out Of Order Records.

Zounds - The Curse Of Zounds Lp - 1982


Their first Lp after two very good 7" records, "Can't Cheat Karma" and "Demystification".

Side A:
01 - Fear
02 - Did He Jump / My Mummy's Gone
03 - Little Bit More
04 - This Land

Side B:
05 - New Band
06 - Dirty Squatters
07 - Loads Of Noise
08 - Target / Mr. Disney / The War Goes On

"Cursed"
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Rough Trade.

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

GG Allin And The Jabbers - Out For Blood 7" - 1997


Pretty rough one this...

01 - Out For Blood
02 - Sixty Nine
03 - Nuke Attack
04 - I'm Right
05 - Fags In The Living Room

TPOS.

GG Allin - Live Fast Die Fast 7" - 2016-BOOT


Another Bootleg, originally released on Black & Blue Records in 1984.

01 - Live Fast, Die Fast
02 - Living Like An Animal
03 - I Need Adventure
04 - Louden Boomer

Black & Blue Records.

GG Allin - No Rules 7" - 2015-BOOT


Bootleg of the Orange Records Ltd 7" released in 1982.

01 - No Rules
02 - A Fuck Up
03 - Up Against The Wall
04 - NYC Tonight

Orange Records Ltd.

Friday, 28 September 2018

VA - I've Got An Attitude Problem 7" - 1987


Real cool compilation 7".

Side A:
01 - Wretched - Fino In Fondo (Right Till The End)
02 - Wretched - Usa La Tua Rabbia (Use Your Anger)
03 - Raw Power - Raw Power
04 - Raw Power - You Shock Me
05 - Psycho - End Of The World
06 - Satanic Malfunctions - Just Another Protest Song

Side B:
07 - Mob 47 - Fred & Rättvisa (Peace & Justice)
08 - Mob 47 - Logner (Lies)
09 - Quod Massacre - Ponekao - Toneko (Sometimes - Someone)
10 - Funeral Oration - Demented
11 - Funeral Oration - Going Further

Sources:
• Wretched - 1st EP w/ Indigesti (on BCT #2 "Music On Fire")
• Raw Power - Live 12-4-83 Pisa (on BCT #5 "Raw Power")
• Psycho - Live WERS-FM Boston (on BCT #10 "I'm Buck Naked")
• Satanic Malfunctions (recorded for this EP)
• Mob 47 (on BCT #18 "I Thrash Therefore I Am")
• Quod Massacre - 3rd studio demo 2-86
• Funeral Oration - "Nothing Left To Laugh about" tape, 10-83 (on BCT #23 "Funeral Oration/Gepøpel)

"Attitude"
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Loony Tunes Records, BC Tapes & Records.

VA - Daston / Gouka - Continuously Attack Of Endless Shock 7" - 1996


Mid 90's Japanese Hardcore Punk.

Daston:
01 - Mother Bicycle With Dream
02 - Realize My Ideal

Gouka:
03 - Inhuman Violence
04 - Filthy Mobs Power
05 - Fashion: Massmedia's Game
06 - Life In The Massmedia

"massmedia?"
password is mboc

Forest Records.

Thursday, 27 September 2018

VA - Give Us The Time To Play! 2x7" - 1990


Double 7" ep's of late 80's Japanese Hardcore Punk.

Side A:
Fat Slave:
01 - One's Last Hope
02 - Hypocrisy Condition

Side B:
Banish Arms:
03 - Do Your Sevir? / Not Side Slip In Die / Vivisection Is Scientific Fraud / The Sadist Of One Hundred Millions

Side C:
Gang Thrust:
04 - To Take No Fake
05 - Progress

Half Life:
06 - Pollution / Cover Up Problems

Side D:
Half Life:
07 - War

Rich Mate Rally:
08 - Slap Bang Spark's
09 - Be Hot On The Track Of Desire

"Give us time"
password is mboc

Lifestyle Sound.

Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Amon - Sacrificial Lp - 2016


Predecessor of Deicide. When the Hoffman brothers left Deicide, they reformed Amon and finally released an album in 2012.

Side A:
Sacrificial (1989 Demo)
01 - Lunatic Of God's Creation
02 - Sacrificial Suicide
03 - Crucifixation
04 - Carnage In The Temple Of The Damned
05 - Dead By Dawn
06 - Blaspherereion

Side B:
Feasting The Beast (1987 Demo)
07 - Feasting The Beast (Intro)
08 - Sacrificial Suicide
09 - Day Of Darkness
10 - Oblivious To Nothing

"Drink the wine"
password is mboc

Buried By Time And Dust Records.