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The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 1

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Album Review

The Punk Terrorist Anthology is an excellent collection that is worth getting even if the track listing mimics the expanded Extinction CD for a few reasons. First of all, the songs are remastered this time out, and you actually can tell the difference; the band's Crass meets Discharge by way of New York's squatter ABC No-Rio scene blares out of the speakers and pummels you like it never did before. In addition, bassist John John Jesse provides heartfelt liner notes; the packaging in general is impressive; and the multimedia video clip of the chugging, relentless "Cybergod" perfectly encapsulates the band's sound of dueling-gender vocals and well-played grindy punk with images that remind what a powerful live act Nausea was. The only question is: What's left for a second volume? ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi

Biography

Formed: 1987

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Long before the endless stream of grindcore bands emerged in the '90s, N.Y.C.'s Nausea was delivering a relentless, ear-splitting, and politically charged fury that none of them ever equaled. Formed in the squats of the Lower East Side in 1987 by bassist John John Jesse, they would go on to influence countless numbers of anarcho-crust bands worldwide with their music and lyrics alike. Victor Venom, originally the bassist in Reagan Youth, was brought in on guitar while a nondescript English punk named...
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