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Genre > Rock > Punk
The New HopeBack when hardcore was king, every major scene had a defining compilation and Cleveland was no exception. The New Hope comp was the first release ever on Tom Dark's New Hope Records. A single LP affair originally released in 1983, featuring performances from The Guns, The Dark, No Parole, Offbeats, Agitated, Zero Defex, Starvation Army, Spike In Vain, Outerwear, and PPG. Smog Veil's reissue includes the original plus a bonus LP of extras, new liner notes by both Tom Dark and Tom Miller. Limited to 500 copies on crazy mixed color vinyl, the release also includes a free download code with even more songs that couldn't fit onto the double LP.1. I'm Not Right The Guns2. Locked Inside The Guns3. Matter Of Life And Death Positive Violence4. Don't Preach To Me Positive Violence5. T.V. Blues Positive Violence6. Ugly And Damaged Spike In Vain7. The Funeral Spike In Vain8. Death Warmed Over Agitated9. Then There Were None Agitated10. Blissful Ignorance Agitated11. Executioner No Parole12. Concentration Camp No Parole13. Disposition: Hellion No Parole14. You Got What You Wanted The Dark15. Sacrifice The Dark16. Screeching Metal The Dark17. Drop The A-Bomb On Me Zero Defex18. By The Day Zero Defex19. Oppression Zero Defex20. No More Zero Defex21. Lust Outerwear22. I Crawl On The Floor Outerwear23. Why Do You Hang Out? Offbeats24. Who The F**k Do You Think You Are? Offbeats25. Zombies Don't Thrash P.P.G.26. Friends Of Man P.P.G.27. Political Song/Fill In The Blanks Starvation Army28. Sleep No More Starvation Army29. Something's Wrong Starvation Army30. Fun Starvation Army$23.99Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs SealedBuy Now
Punk rock. Just the name brings to mind Mohawks, leather jackes, brightly colored hair and torn-up jeans. It makes you think of power chords, angry lyrics, and fast, pounding drums. It reminds you of angst, youth revolt, and crazy mosh pits.
Since the mid-70s and the heyday of bands like the Ramones,
Since the mid-70s and the heyday of bands like the Ramones, Sex Pistols, and the Clash, punk rock has grown from a bunch of hooligans getting fed up with mainstream rock to ironically becoming an integral part of mainstream rock. Bands like Green Day, The Offspring, and Blink-182 are practically household names.
When you feel like getting back to those old days of punk, you need to grab yourself a punk rock vinyl. And if you feel like experiencing the current punk seen…you still need to grab yourself a punk rock vinyl.