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nostalgia

total burst of raw energy. punk at its finest: stripped down to the core, the way it should be. My loyalties still lie with minor disturbance because that sounds even more raw than this but all in all this is completely incredible and for some reason when I listen to this i feel really nostalgic. long live the idles!

great

very good, slowed down some from minor disturbance ep, which sounded rushed. teen idles is the standout track here and is the best they have ever recorded. check this out if you like hardcore.

I'm sorry, but there's no hardcore in my hardcore punk...

I love the Teen Idles, but this... this isn't the Teen Idles that produced the EP I fell in love. If you want what ever this is, take it. But I'll look for my hardcore else where.

Biography

Formed: 1979 in Washington DC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s

Despite only being extant for roughly 14 months, the Teen Idles were a crucial band in Washington, D.C., punk rock history. The quartet, which featured Dischord Records founders Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson, released that label's first record and established many of the physical and philosophical beachheads (including those of the greatly misunderstood straight-edge movement) that set the stage for one of American hardcore's greatest bands, Minor Threat. Formed in the summer of 1979 out of the ashes...
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