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Witness the birth of a genre

This collection isn't so much of a greatest hits album as it is a timeline in the story of crossover thrash. It begins with 1983's "Dirty Rotten LP" (tracks 1-6), a snarling mass of punk fury. Next is "Dealing With It" from 1985 (tracks 7-11), which starts to blur the line between punk and metal, but still has an identifiable punk sound. Finally we get to "Crossover", the 1987 turning point (tracks 12-17) where punk becomes metal and metal becomes punk. If you want to witness the birth of an influential genre in the span of a single album, this is the record for you. Of course there is a lot of excellent material from the three albums missing here, but it serves as a nice intro to mid-80s DRI.


Formed: May, 1982 in Houston, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

D.R.I. (aka Dirty Rotten Imbeciles) were one of the first bands to fuse hardcore punk with thrash metal, along with Suicidal Tendencies and Corrosion of Conformity. Starting off as a speedy, straight-ahead punk band, they gradually mixed more elements of heavy metal into their sound; as they did so, their songs got longer and featured more sections and more variety in tempo. D.R.I. managed the then-rare feat of crossing over to metal audiences while retaining their skatepunk and hardcore fan bases...
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