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Sorex - Portrait Of A Prisoner
Portrait Of A Prisoner
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Radio Raheem)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Hailing from Redondo Beach, California, Sorex released just a single 7” EP—three tracks of no-fi, snotty-yet-abrasive beach hardcore—in a 200-copy micro pressing in 1985, and played a scant dozen or so shows up and down the California coast before fading into hardcore record collector obscurity. Radio Raheem’s crack team of hardcore archaeologists have since managed to rescue Sorex’s elusive EP from the collector ghetto and tack on an 17 additional tracks, culled from the band’s 1984 demo tape and sessions for a never-released 1985 LP, all accompanied by a 16-page, full-color booklet full of rare photos, flyers and ephemera. Limited to 500 copies.
Smart Dads - Bummer Summer
Venom, The - Arringtons, Crombies, Anarchy Bondage
Venom, The
Arringtons, Crombies, Anarchy Bondage
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Radio Raheem)
26,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Formed in Swansea, Wales in 1979 from the ashes of local punk band The Noise, Venom are an unheralded UK classic. Initially taking influence from the first wave of '77 British punk like the Sex Pistols and Clash, it wasn't until after an enforced hiatus resulting from a spot of "football violence" that the band really came into it's own. Lumped in with the expanding Oi! scene, they recorded three self-funded sessions—which produced the songs on this record—but their only proper releases were contributions to two compilations: one track on the now impossible to find Swansea punk sampler Sex, Violence, & The Eternal Truth 7”, and one on Secret Records’ Back On The Streets 7”, the latter a result of Garry Bushell, the "Godfather of Oi”, being a fan. They never quite formed a following outside of their hometown, which is a shame, as the songs they left behind are as chaotic, catchy, and well-written as anything to come out of the the early '80s UK punk scene. As with most UK bands in the early '80s, violence became commonplace at their gigs causing the band to call it quits in the summer of 1982. Fortunately, with our friends at Punkhouse Records, we present the complete Venom output, packaged in only such a way as Radio Raheem does—with a custom LP jacket including a tipped-in booklet choked full of photos, flyers, and the usual bits and bobs.
No Tag - Oi Oi Oi
No Tag
Oi Oi Oi
12" | 1982 | US | Reissue (Radio Raheem)
16,79 €* 20,99 € -20%
Release:1982 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Seeing the light of day for the first time in 33 years, the debut 12" from Auckland, New Zealand’s No Tag gets its first official reissue. Originally released in 1982 on the legendary Propeller Records which was ground zero of the Kiwi punk scene, Oi Oi Oi reached #15 on the New Zealand singles chart when it was released. No small feat, for punk in New Zealand hadn't quite reached the higher echelons of mainstream acceptance of that in the UK and US. They followed this release with a live album entitled Can We Get Away With It? and supported the Dead Kennedys during their New Zealand tour. Sadly as is the case with many bands of this era, their live shows often attracted a violent element, leading to the band calling it quits in 1986. Radio Raheem is proud to re-release this one back into the wild, taken from the original reels and complete with printed lyrics that were missing from the original.
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