I Could Kill You - Caustic Defiance / Negative Element - Split (CD, Album)


Download I Could Kill You - Caustic Defiance / Negative Element - Split (CD, Album)
2008
Label: Akashic Records (19) - AKCL-001 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Punk


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  1. Tracks originally released as the Enough Talk demo cassette (Rubberneck Records, ). Track 14 originally appeared on the Meathouse 1 compilation cassette (Version Sound, ). Tracks are the original mixes of the Yes, We Have No Bananas 7" EP (Version Sound, ). Tracks were recorded in Keith's garage in ; "Society Rots" originally appeared on a CD included with 4/5(2).
  2. Caustic Defiance/Negative Element Split Akashic 1 Released on July 5, Negative Element was among the first of the Du Page County punk bands. Caustic Defiance was the inheritance after the defunct of N.E. I Could Kill You 0% 5: Caustic Defiance - Educated Pain 0% 6: Caustic Defiance - Tell Me Why 0% 7: Caustic Defiance - T.A.G.
  3. Aug 25,  · Caustic Defiance and Negative Element were two products of the Midwest in the early s and converted their desolation and adolescent rage into tight, scratchy hardcore punk songs that, while fitting in well with the sound of the time, is nonetheless a raw, unrefined and yet 7/
  4. "You Weren't There"-Soundtrack to the film-Negative Element-Regressive Films/Factory Negative Element/Caustic Defiance split reissue CD-Akashi Records (Japan) Chopper Stepe-"p.o.v. pop songs"-promo CD
  5. "Kill Caustic" So I'm feeling much worse now You're better, you're better Your designer drug Won't work, won't work for me. Connect to a three volt I hope your battery dies. How could you run on such, on such voltage? All the same I remain The one you blame and I'm Demonized album: "Decemberunderground" () Prelude 12/ Kill Caustic.
  6. Jun 06,  · Kill Caustic Lyrics: So, I'm feeling much worse now / You're better, you're better / Your designer drug / Won't work, won't work for me / Connect to a three volt / I hope your battery dies / How could.
  7. Caustic defiance/Negetive element split CD $10ppd to the world. In the early 80’s era of punk rock, while the “big” punk bands of Chicago like Naked Raygun, Articles of Faith,The Effigies, and Big Black were leaving their mark and getting noticed, there was also a slew of really good bands from the Chicago suburbs who were a part of the same scene and playing the same shows.
  8. Aug 12,  · The mixes here are different than on the 7", although definitely not slick. There are also some very rough-sounding, unreleaed demos that probably could have stayed that way. So after Negative Element split, due to the Stepe brothers (Chopper and Barry) moving away, Caustic Defiance was born and the sound was much more aggressive.

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