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The Rebel Sound of S**t and Failure

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A straight reissue of an out of print 1996 compilation on bandleader Sam McPheeters' own Vermiform label — although for some reason it lacks one track, the negligible hardcore blurt "Albany Academy" — The Rebel Sound of S**t and Failure is the definitive Born Against document. Collecting all of the band's single and compilation sides — the very roots of the D.I.Y. hardcore ethos for any band and usually the place where a band like Born Against makes its most cogent and direct statements — this 24-track compilation ranges from a hyperspeed 16-second blast of righteous anger like "The Nail That Sticks Up Gets Hammered Down" to even more venomous mosh pit anthems like the seething "Witness to a Rape." It also contains lighter moments like the pair of Screeching Weasel covers, "Janelle" and "Go F**k Yourself," that Born Against contributed to a split single with that band, as well as a stunningly effective cover of X's "Riding With Mary" that somehow manages to make the anguished original sound almost tame.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1989 en New York, NY

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s

Politically aware, always cynical, and powerfully musical, Born Against brought the passion and restless anger of American hardcore into the nineties. First active in 1989-90 in New York City, the band featured vocalist Sam McPheeters and guitarist Adam Nathanson, as well as a revolving cast of drummers and bassists. (The most solid lineup included Tonie Jay and Brooks Headley of Universal Order of Armageddon fame.) Born Against began with the usual round of 7" and compilation appearances, including...
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