LOUISVILLE MUSICIANS, LIST YOUR OWN DISCOGRAPHY

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Post by seanroberts » Fri Dec 28, 2007 12:19 pm

Some shit you probably haven't heard of:

Samson-
3 Song Shitty Demo
S/T Cassette

Easel-
In Transit 7"

Ever Constant Sea-
Save Our Ship CD
Doctors of Dunk Volume 1 Comp.
For The Win CD (soon to be released)

Pandar-
Good With Numbers CD
Middle Class CD (never released)

I also backed up Young Widows on the track "We Don't Know"
and I backed up Onslaught on that song on the first X502X 7"
Plus I run the label that put out Olympia's "Bridges" and Draft Riots "Masculeninism"

Does David Brooks still post on here? I just realized that I still owe him some cash for that one. Someone please let me know.
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Post by flexyournoggin » Fri Dec 28, 2007 1:59 pm

ha, have it
Icebreaker wrote:
Samson-
3 Song Shitty Demo
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Post by seanroberts » Fri Dec 28, 2007 3:23 pm

flexyournoggin wrote:ha, have it
Icebreaker wrote:
Samson-
3 Song Shitty Demo

Can I get a copy of that?
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Post by Donovan » Fri Jan 18, 2008 3:45 pm

The Sally Strugglers - S/T 7 inch EP (Smalltown Kids Records)
Rock-N-Roll Terrorists- 13 song demo tape
Rock-N-Roll Terrorists- split with The Peepshows (Frank Records/Sweden)
Munition- split CD with Mary Tyler Morphine (Failed Experiment Records)
Munition- The Black Wave CD (Failed Experiment Records)
Blind Truth- s/t CD-R demo
The Scarlet Veil- s/t CD-R demo
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Post by Brennan Ray » Mon Jan 28, 2008 2:21 am

stuff by bands that i was in:

a brand new problem - hydrant ep

krypt kicker 5 - eternal damnation by the minute. my mom was sick once and took too much cold medicine. her project for that day off work was to make us a cd cover. i still to this day have no idea why in the hell she decided to do it, but that cover was so fucking hilariously awesome we HAD to use it

nightmare music - this is your nightmare music



records i was on that i wasnt part of the band:

some haywire act demo - theres a secret track at the end of the disk that is a bunch of people repeatedly singing "everybody's sleeping, gonna wake them up"...i was one of the assholes singing

then there are some back ground vocals on a few other records, though i can't recall which ones exactly. a nightmare and a cataclysm, rubberband, (i think) an early kill toby wyatt demo, a codes of silence demo...probably a few others...but not even definately those ones.
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Post by Tony Ash » Wed Jan 30, 2008 7:55 pm

Nightmare Music wrote:some haywire act demo - theres a secret track at the end of the disk that is a bunch of people repeatedly singing "everybody's sleeping, gonna wake them up"...i was one of the assholes singing.


That was the most terrifying/amusing night of my life, easily. Any night spent in a piss-soaked shack on top of a mountain, having the aforementioned lullaby sung to you by a group of sweaty, drunk punk rock dudes, and then being woken up by a rooster, is one for the books.

It was the first demo, by the way. The one with the barber cutting a man's hair on the cover.
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Post by xbrandonx » Fri Apr 18, 2008 4:07 am

haas wrote:what doesn't kill you... - demo that we passed around at a krazy fest and a few shows that i hope nobody has


Looking through my binder of nothing but demos, I came across #24 of 100, ha!
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Post by XloydtilldeathX666 » Tue Apr 22, 2008 1:47 am

xbrandonx wrote:
haas wrote:what doesn't kill you... - demo that we passed around at a krazy fest and a few shows that i hope nobody has


Looking through my binder of nothing but demos, I came across #24 of 100, ha!


i have that too.
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Post by Brightskull » Sat May 24, 2008 5:42 pm

huh, I never thought Blue Collar would come up again. I actually got rid of all 550 copies of that CD, but the vast, vast majority of them were given away with mailorder CDs or in person up until about 2006.

The last five copies that I know of are up at http://www.interpunk.com, they've had them for years and I'm sure would be stoked to get rid of them. Here's the url: http://www.interpunk.com/item.cfm?Item=53504&

Everything else I've put out is up now at http://www.skullalley.net/catalog (both ayin records, kodan 7", One Small Step, Ann Beretta, blah blah blah blah blah)

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Post by aust » Tue May 27, 2008 3:26 pm

our funeral:tour demo(2000)

the peoples war:
history demands attention demo
split with charlie dont surf
making enemies seven inch (coalition records)

samsa
s/t titled demo cd

anagnorisis:
archetype demo,never released 2002
first demo with full line up,never released 2003
songs from overton trees 2 song demo
corpse in the silo single
excerps from overton trees demo
labels only box set demo(hand screened wooden boxes with demos and inserts)
overton trees(shiven records)

attis:
9 song demo,never released to the public
attis full length(in the process of recording)

panopticon:
s/t full length (out now)
split with lake of blood (out this summer)

plainwords:
summer demo,out june 20
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Post by awesomesmasher » Sun Jun 01, 2008 2:59 am

forthright - self titled cassette demo tape
redhanded - backing vocals on early recordings
jared scott - sailin' on comp (misfits cover)
ganthet - emerald dawn (demo)
ganthet - preview cd
ganthet - excelsior 7"/cd
ganthet - demo
ganthet - pucknation.com the album vol II (black flag cover)
redhanded - unreleased recordings
brother doubt - (the same) unreleased recordings

i may or may not have done some backing vocals for 3 nails for a false prophet and blue collar revenge theory recordings.
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Post by Doug Walker » Thu Jul 03, 2008 1:05 pm

Cherub Scourge (guitar)
Punk at 1600 compilation - "Motivate You"
We Eat Punks for Breakfast - Full Length
Radio Killers - EP

Three Nails for a False Prophet (drums)
This is Class War - CD
Generic Hardcore (last 4 tracks[super secret bonus member]) - CD

Blitzkrieg Suckerpunch (guitar)
5 Song Demo

Dead City Rejects (guitar)
guest solo on one of the old BSP songs...Jeremy King can't fucking shred.

The Strangers (Anchorage, AK) (drums)
Seasonal Affective Disorder compilation - "A New Kind of Kick" Cramps Cover
Garage Band Sale - EP

The Royalty (drums)
The Syd EP - EP
The Eric EP - EP

Redhanded (guitar tuned to standard E with a chromatic tuner, damnit)
Making James Hetfield Cry

Gaj Mustafa Cell (drums)
10 Song Demo
12 Song Demo (if either of these had titles, i was unaware)

Nixon (guitar)
Original demo with Foor on drums
Why I Wasn't in Church Sunday - Demo/EP
Kill Yourself - Demo/EP
Halloween Comp - Gimme Shock Treatment (Ramones cover)
Halloween Comp - Neat, Neat, Neat (Damned cover)
Level Plane Comp - Hold me Closer, Tony Danza
Pucknation Comp - Therapissed
S/T - Full Length
S/T - 7" EP

Old Vikings (Bass)
"Summer 2010" - 4 song EP

The Hookers (guitar)
"Meat-Eaters" - Movie Soundtrack
Horror Rises from the Tombs - 12" Full Length
Teenage Blood - 7" single
Teenage Blood - Video
Riding with the Angels - Hookers/White Barons split 7"
Kentucky Suicide - Cassette
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Post by Mike Bigtime » Fri Jul 04, 2008 12:13 pm

Doug Walker wrote:Three Nails for a False Prophet (drums)
Last 2 tracks on the full length, i believe wage slave and one other song, uncredited.


Small correction: You played drums on four Three Nails songs that were released on CD as "This is Class War," on which you were credited. Those four songs were also tacked on to the end of the full length "Generic Hardcore," on which we forgot to add the credit. Though we did at least remember to credit CJ. :D
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Post by Doug Walker » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:43 pm

Ah, I barely remember the conversation with Mike about it, wasn't ever a big deal or anything :)
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Post by Mike Bigtime » Fri Jul 04, 2008 2:15 pm

The point being, you have two releases to list under Three Nails. Beef up that resume! My own is pretty pathetic.
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Post by Doug Walker » Mon Jul 07, 2008 7:18 pm

fixed, and thanks. I know for a fact i'm forgetting other things.
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Post by vietnamted » Tue Jul 08, 2008 12:28 pm

Doug Walker wrote:fixed, and thanks. I know for a fact i'm forgetting other things.

no skam impaired recordings?
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Post by Doug Walker » Thu Jul 10, 2008 1:06 pm

vietnamted wrote:
Doug Walker wrote:fixed, and thanks. I know for a fact i'm forgetting other things.

no skam impaired recordings?


Nosir, only toured with them and played 1-2 shows in town.
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Post by Brennan Ray » Sun Jul 13, 2008 3:11 pm

Brightskull wrote:huh, I never thought Blue Collar would come up again. I actually got rid of all 550 copies of that CD, but the vast, vast majority of them were given away with mailorder CDs or in person up until about 2006.

The last five copies that I know of are up at http://www.interpunk.com, they've had them for years and I'm sure would be stoked to get rid of them. Here's the url: http://www.interpunk.com/item.cfm?Item=53504&


they've also got 2 copies of that record at the book and music exchange on bardstown rd.
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Post by Brandon T. » Fri Aug 01, 2008 1:11 am

451 - Don't Blame Us EP
451 - Sappy Stories
451 - Serves
451 - Stuff (unreleased)

Ayin - Initial EP
Ayin - Big Sexy Dead Future
Ayin - Nothing Islands
Ayin - Rock n' Roll Killed My Baby
Ayin - Fear of Tigers

Torrential Downpour - At Least we Tried EP (unreleased)
Ultimate Ghetto - American Disaster (unreleased)

The Wounded - Misery EP
The Wounded - Abattoir EP
The Wounded - Rest in Pieces EP
The Wounded - Dinner with the Reaper
The Wounded - S/T

B. Thompson - Munitions to Muskellunge
B. Thompson - The Logic of Lime
B. Thompson - Beelzebub's Belgiums

I'm probably leaving some stuff out, but whatever.
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Post by sucker_leaf » Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:36 am

i never imagined my thread would gowes this far, as far as people still listing discographies, keep 'em coming.
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Post by wbenton » Sat Aug 02, 2008 2:29 pm

A short-list of some of Louisville's favorite opening bands..............
More or less chronological as some Bodyhammer, Tyrone, and Seaside Panel stuff has been released years after the fact.

Seaside Panel- 4-track cassette (available at very first show)
Seaside Panel- "The End of the Ring" 7-inch
Seaside Panel- "Our Children Need Food" cassette (live 4-track practice)
Various Artists- "Noise Pollution South End Show 2000" cassette (Seaside Panel- "Death is a Once in a Lifetime Opportunity")
Various Artists- "Break Even THANKS" (included Seaside Panel's "The World vs. Wendy Macarver)
Bodyhammer- "Die Young Amplifiers", "Die Young Amplifiers" tour edition (a CD-R with different lay-out that we took on tour with us in 2000 before the official release)
Bodyhammer- "Live" cassette (anybody have this? I'd like to hear it again)
Various Artists- "Brycc House Benefit CD" (Bodyhammer- "Fraction of the Answer")
Various Artsts- "Noise Pollution South End Show 2001" CD-R (Bodyhammer- "Helter Skelter", Black Flag- I don't remember which one)
Various Artists- Better Days compilation (Bodyhammer- "Gouge Away"; Pixies cover)
Black Flag: A Tribute to the Other Black Flag- "The Past Four Weeks"
Various Artists- "Noise Pollution Halloween 2001(?)" (Tyrone- "Crow's Crush")
Tyrone- 3 song CD-R (given away at a Mono show we played)
Tyrone- "Numinous"
Lucky Pineapple- "The New Rainbow"
Lucky Pineapple/VRKTM split- "Life is Totally Fair"
Various Artists- Brick House Compilation (Lucky Pineapple- "I Want More" a Can cover)
Louisville is for Lovers Vol. 6 (Lucky Pineapple- "Moment in an Empty Street")
Various Artists- "We Just Call It Roulette Vol. 1" (Lucky Pineapple- "Un Squellette et un Parapluie")
Various Artists- "Doctors of Dunk V.1" (Bodyhammer- "Fraction of the Answer", Tyrone- "Birthday Ballet")
Tyrone- "Get the Spirit Before the Spirit Gets You"


Soon:
Lucky Pineapple- "The Bubble Has Burst in Sky City"
Various Artists- "Doctors of Dunk V.2" (Seaside Panel- "Foor", Bodyhammer- ?)
Various Artists- JTLiveMusic.com compilation (Lucky Pineapple- "Undertown" LIVE)
Various Artists- Burn to Shine #4 (Lucky Pineapple- "Shy Pirate")

Unreleased:
Seaside Panel- (untitled full-length)
Bodyhammer- "So It Goes"
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Post by Tony Ash » Sat Aug 02, 2008 9:29 pm

Nightmare Music wrote:
Brightskull wrote:huh, I never thought Blue Collar would come up again. I actually got rid of all 550 copies of that CD, but the vast, vast majority of them were given away with mailorder CDs or in person up until about 2006.

The last five copies that I know of are up at http://www.interpunk.com, they've had them for years and I'm sure would be stoked to get rid of them. Here's the url: http://www.interpunk.com/item.cfm?Item=53504&


they've also got 2 copies of that record at the book and music exchange on bardstown rd.


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Post by babiesareoldmen » Mon Aug 04, 2008 6:42 pm

Crestfallen - Cassette

Breather Resist - Only in the morning CD/picture disc
Breather Resist - Patent Cruciform Casket picture disc
Breather Resist - Suicide note split cd/LP
Breather Resist - Harkonen split 7"
Breather Resist - 2nd half 7"
Breather Resist - Split Sessions CD
Breather Resist - Charmer Cd/LP
Breather Resist - Full of Tounges 7"
Breather Resist - There are some Compilations and such that i can't remember.

Young Widows - Settle Down City cd/LP
Young Widows Coliseum cd/7"

Trophy Wives - CD given away at the 6th and oak show.


There were some older bands but nothing i would add to a discography. enjoy.
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Post by jamegumb » Wed Aug 27, 2008 1:30 am

Nero : Aftereffects of Insomnia #? cassette
Nero : CAP/Nero split 7", Temporary Residence #1
Nero : Nero/Wino split 7"
Blue Moon Christmas Cassette
Nero : Dune Concept CD
Nero : some Temporary Residence 12" series, I forgot the name...
some compilation cassette that the FTA kid put out.....
Ho Chi Men : In County cassette
Ho Chi Men : Apocalypse Wow! cassette
Mr. Panic Button : Basement recordings
Mr. Panic Button : TNT recordings ... both given away for free
Parlour : Hives Fives EP
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