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Revelation Records Greatest Release

A great hardcore/underground band that’s not afraid to take chances in their song writing. The Who are clearly an influence for Supertouch. This album ranks high with Into Another and Quicksand. Well worth the purchase!

Passing Headache

Back in 1990 when this came out I was 13, and just getting in to girls, jerking off, and raw f'n hardcore. Revelation records was a brand you could trust to feed you great bands. So I picked this up and upon the first 5-10 listens, I popped it out because it literally gave me a headache after a song or two. Then after a few attempts, it hit me like a ton of bricks that this album was not only awesome, but it weas way ahead of its time. It quickly became one of my favorite albums and I wore the tape out completely listening to it for years. Nice to find an outlet to buy it again digitally. Great album, if you give it a chance.

A welcomed and needed release from an incredibly original band

After years of the same contrived mantra coming from revelation bands.. the early 1990s provided a lull in hardcores popularity., and some of the bands left over set out do do something different.. Although Supertouch always had their own thing going on, this record was, from beginning to end, a refreshing change of pace from the typical Revelation revolving door. Musically, this record was slow and powerful.. Mark Ryan’s vocals were in a comfortable place, and the result is a complexity I don’t think the hardcore scene had come close to before.. (at least while I was active in it.) I was a few years out of high school when this came out.. For me, records like this were a welcomed and natural accompaniment for the changes in HC in the early 1990s.. and the few people left over who actually enjoyed it for what it was and what it was becoming. The early part of the 1990s was a breath of fresh air musically.. some of it worked, some of it didn’t. The Earth is Flat is one of those that worked well.

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