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Various - Not So Quiet On The Western Front mp3 download Performer: Various
Album: Not So Quiet On The Western Front
Country: US
Released: 1982
Style: Hardcore, Punk
Size MP3: 1894 mb.
Size FLAC: 1244 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 572
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Not So Quiet on the Western Front is a punk rock and hardcore punk compilation double LP, compiled by Maximum Rocknroll and released by Alternative Tentacles in 1982. It documented the Northern California and Nevada punk scenes. It was re-released on CD in 1999. Intensified Chaos" by Intensified Chaos (0:56). Their Mistakes" by Social Unrest (2:26). Dan with the Mellow Hair" by Naked Lady Wrestlers (2:20). Rich Plastic People" by Killjoy (1:44).

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1982 compilation album by various artists. Compilation album by. various artists. The band, all wearing white shirts with a big, black S painted on the front, pulled black ties from around the backs of their necks to form a dollar sign started playing a new song titled "Pull My Strings", a barbed, satirical attack on the ethics of the mainstream music industry, which contained the lyrics, "Is my cock big enough, is my brain. small enough, for you to make me a star?". The song referenced The Knack's song "My Sharona"

One of the best things that this album has to offer, besides the great music, is a impressive booklet. In it are too essays written by original Maxium Rock and Roll writer Jeff Bale. In the first essay written in 1982 he talks about the move of punk from the city to the suburbs and how many people have just bought the punk image and not the punk ideals and belliefs (hmm sound familar)

Alternative Tentacles’ 1982 offering Not So Quiet On The Western Front offered a whopping 46 tunes documenting the Northern California and Nevada punk scene. The collection has aged amazingly well and today is regarded as an integral snapshot of a time before the underground became overcrowded. Berkeley, California’s Crucifix opens with a barrage of D-beat tantrums peppered with anarchistic lyrics. The track from 7 Seconds introduced many flannel-clad kids to anti-Reagan punk (which would later become a subgenre unto itself), while San Jose’s Los Olvidados and San Francisco’s Free Beer proved.

Compilation by various artists. Intensified Chaos by Intensified Chaos. Their Mistakes by Social Unrest. Dan With the Mellow Hair by Naked Lady Wrestlers. Rich Plastic People by Killjoy. Fun With Acid by Fang. Annihilation by Crucifix. I Don't Wanna Die for My Country by Square Cools. Pay Salvation by Los Olvidados. What Price Will You Pay? by Code Of Honor. Fuck Your Amerika by 7 Seconds.

Tracklist

Intensified Chaos Intensified Chaos
Social Unrest Their Mistakes
Naked Lady Wrestlers Dan With The Mellow Hair
M.A.D. Holocaust
Killjoy Rich Plastic People
Fang Fun With Acid
Capitol Punishment El Salvador
Ribsy Collapse
Crucifix Annihilation
Square Cools I Don't Wanna Die For My Country
Los Olvidados Pay Salvation
Code Of Honor What Price Will You Pay?
7 Seconds Fuck Your Amerika
Unaware Race War
Frigidettes Turmoil
5th Column Don't Conform
Ghost Dance Shrunken Heads
Dead Kennedys A Child And His Lawn Mower
Rebel Truth All I Know
Pariah Learning Process
Lennonburger Reagum
Impatient Youth* Praise The Lord & Pass The Ammunition
Bad Posture GDMFSOB
Demented Youth Assassination Attempt
MDC The Only Good Cop . . .
Karnage The Few, The Proud, The Dead
Domino Theory Scare
Nazi Bitch & The Jews Dead Porker
Whipping Boy Human Farm
Angst Worker Bee
Free Beer Premature Enlistment
Flipper Sacrifice
Vengeance No One Listens
Juvinel Justice S/M Nightmare
Section 8 Fat, Drunk, & Stupid
Tongue Avulsion Libyan Hit Squad
Maniax Off To War
Vicious Circle Strike Out
UXB Breakout
Scapegoats Shitcan
Church Police The Oven Is My Friend
Deadly Reign Systems Suck
No Alternative Dead Men Tell No Lies
Wrecks Punk Is An Attitude
Urban Assault SLT
Bent Nails No More Riots
MIA* New Left

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VIRUS 14 Various Not So Quiet On The Western Front ‎(2xLP, Comp) Alternative Tentacles VIRUS 14 US 1982
VIRUS 14 Various Not So Quiet On The Western Front ‎(2xLP, Comp, All) Alternative Tentacles VIRUS 14 US 1982
VIRUS 14, SR-001 Various Not So Quiet On The Western Front ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE) Alternative Tentacles, Sonic Reducer Records VIRUS 14, SR-001 US 1999
VIRUS 14CD, SR-001 Various Not So Quiet On The Western Front ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Alternative Tentacles, Sonic Reducer Records VIRUS 14CD, SR-001 US 1999
VIRUS 14 Various Not So Quiet On The Western Front ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE) Alternative Tentacles, Maximumrocknroll VIRUS 14 US 2012


buy it for the zine and throw the record at somebody cuz it's not good
Fun fact: The Unaware and Tongue Avulsion shared members. Tim Yohannan was so pissed when he found out.
My copy has a manufacturing flaw. All four sides begin with a crazy wobble that ships the needle.
xgavin13 My copy has a manufacturing flaw. All four sides begin with a crazy wobble that ships the needle. "Skips" the needle, not "ships" the needle.
'looking for the "Reagan" innersleeve...
Included MP3 files from the download code are encoded at a subpar 192kbps. Not sure who dropped the ball, AT or MRR, but that is disappointing.
Played this thing to death in high school and I still go back to it frequently. All the bands sound different, yet they work together so well as a compilation. Not all the bands are "Class A" material, but these songs -- even the badly recorded ones like Maniax and Demented Youth -- are so memorable and the album flows so well. And let us not forget that fabulous zine that comes with it. Along with Flex Your Head and Welcome To 1984, this is one of my favorite comps of all time.
And this is what makes this Double LP bad-ass...it's honest and fun and a steal at what they sell for.
Hey, it's Gregg from the Maniax - you're right: we recorded "Off to War' on the MRNR comp in one take via a hand-held portable cassette player, one mic, and an amp - now that's what I call DIY punk! :)