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Below are the 19 most recent journal entries recorded in
80's Hardcore Fans' LiveJournal:
|Sunday, August 24th, 2008|
|Sunday, March 30th, 2008|
|Thursday, April 26th, 2007|
hey gyus you really need to wake up)
i suppose i need to introduce myself. im george, seventeen. from russia (only russian here?). fav hardcore bands are sick of it all, suicidal tendencies, circle jerks, t.s.o.l., minor threat...hungreds more.
glad to find this community, but is it dead?
i heard Bad Brains going to release their new CD: Build A Nation on 7 May 2007
|Tuesday, October 17th, 2006|
I felt an introduction was necessary. I'm Kat, I'm seventeen, and I live in New Orleans. I was completely enthralled when I stumbled upon this community. I love all of the bands mentioned in the info, but my favourite is Flipper. Feel free to add me, or whatever.
|Monday, October 16th, 2006|
Hey, my name's Brandon and I live in SoCal. I've been listening to punk rock, especially 80s SoCal hardcore since I was about 5. It's all that was playing in the house thanks to my older brother and my mom. Some of my favorite bands are T.S.O.L., D.I., Adolescents, Circle Jerks, The Germs, Dead Kennedys, Agent Orange, Social Distortion, and many more. If you'd like to know more just comment or IM me. Thanks.
|Saturday, September 9th, 2006|
Hey! I'm so glad there is a community on lj about 80's hardcore...Well about me: my name is Mel, I'm 18 and live in Orange County. We have a really good new wave of hardcore going on right now, actually. My favorite bands are: Black Flag, 45 Grave, Secret Hate, SS Decontrol, Code of Honor, the Flower Leperds, Scared Straight, Dr. Know, that kind of stuff.
|Thursday, March 23rd, 2006|
Does anybody have Stimulators discography?
|Sunday, January 1st, 2006|
I'd just like to wish everyone a HAPPY FUCKIN' NEW YEAR!
And I finally got around to getting Minor Threat's Complete Discography.
It's awesome. Ian MacKaye is a genius and was a prodigy, I'm convinced.
|Wednesday, January 1st, 1997|
well i guess i should introduce myself...
I'm Melanie, 17, and i like: die kreuzen, d.r.i., stick men with rayguns, really red, black flag, adolecents, teenage queers, minutemen, the urinals, the germs, zero boys, and a lot more
I'm glad there's finally a community for this
|Thursday, November 17th, 2005|
Minor Threat's photos need!
Please, help me to find some links, where i can see Minor Threat's live-photos. Or may be any photos from early 80-s hc gigs. Thank you!
|Tuesday, September 27th, 2005|
|Saturday, September 17th, 2005|
This is a mockery of everything I love in music....
This is the tracklisting to the next Tony Hawk's Pro Skater soundtrack. Does anyone else have a huge problem with this? Does anyone else feel just flat out insulted?
Taking Back Sunday - The Descendents' "Suburban Home"/"I Like Food"
Senses Fail - Suicidal Tendencies' "Institutionalized"
Alkaline Trio - TSOL's "Wash Away"/"Beneath the Shadows"
Emanuel - The Stooges' "Search and Destroy"
Fall Out Boy - The Gorilla Biscuits' "Start Today"
Thursday - The Buzzcocks' "Ever Fallen in Love?"
From Autumn to Ashes - Fear's "Let's Have a War"
Hot Snakes - Government Issue's "Time to Escape"
Thrice - Minor Threat's "Seeing Red"/"Screaming at a Wall"
Saves the Day - The Dead Boys' "Sonic Reducer"
My Chemical Romance - The Misfits' "Astro Zombies"
Rise Against - Black Flag's "Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie"/"Fix Me"
Dropkick Murphys - The Adolescents' "Who Is Who"
The Bled - Bad Brains' "House of Suffering"
|Sunday, July 24th, 2005|
I take it all back...
It appears that there IS an interest in the 80's Hardcore scene! Maybe only 4 to start with but just like Ivy: At first it sleeps, then it creeps, finally it leaps. I'd say we're it's on the cusp of creeping... Progress in any form is still progress!or something like that?
|Wednesday, July 20th, 2005|
Okay. Here's one.
How did everyone first "hear" about hardcore music, and what was your first band that you got into?
I first officially heard of the hardcore scene via Juxtapoz,
an art magazine. They had a special on album covers, so I picked it up. The article that drew my attention most, however, was the section on hardcore art and the DIY ethic of many of those classic album covers. I thought it was amazing to look at the simple "fuck you!" nature of these covers, but to also see that they had really evocative pictures/artwork/words on them, too. So I started listening to these bands, and I've been a fan ever since.
I suppose my first hardcore experience would be Black Flag's "Rise Above," but the first band I really got into would be D.O.A. After seeing the cover of Disco Sucks
, the band looking macho and delivering a "fuck you" to the popular music of that era... I was hooked. The music was incredible, just mind-blowing... And the words were so true, speaking of politics and youth and problems. Hardcore is blue-collar music, daydreaming and idealistic... yet harsh and realistic at the same time. I'd say this is more of the people's music than Bruce Springsteen's records, and I'm a huge Springsteen fan!
Surely there can't only be 4 people on livejournal into 80's Hardcore?
Is this a test or something? Current Mood: confused
|Sunday, July 17th, 2005|
Minutemen or fiREHOSE? Which, in your opinion, was Mike Watt's most pivotal?
Personally I prefer Minutemen, but thats just because I'm set in my ways...
|Wednesday, July 6th, 2005|
|Tuesday, June 14th, 2005|
Bring thy noise!
Hmmmm, lot of room in here, Don't you think? I'll attempt to force a discussion:
My War by Black Flag: HIT or MISS?
|Saturday, June 11th, 2005|
Who'd have thunked it?
Hahaha! How about this then! A community all about 80's Hardcore, just being here makes me proud of my record collection, not that I wasn't already mind... Current Mood: wrong