|–Minutemen||I Felt Like A Gringo|
|–Minutemen||The Ghost Of John McCarthy|
|–Minutemen||Ack Ack Ack|
|–Minutemen||The Politics Of Time|
|–Minutemen||The Big Foist|
|–Minutemen||One Reporter's Opinion|
|–Minutemen||2 Beads At The End|
|–Minutemen||This Ain't No Picnic|
|–Minutemen||Shit From An Old Notebook|
|–Minutemen||The Glory Of Man|
|–Minutemen||Little Man With A Gun In His Hand|
|–Minor Threat||Stand Up|
|–Minor Threat||It Followed Me|
|–Minor Threat||Screaming At A Wall|
|–Minor Threat||Stepping Stone|
|–Minor Threat||Out Of Step|
|–Minor Threat||No Reason|
|–Minor Threat||Little Friend|
|–Minor Threat||Guilty Of Being White|
|–Minor Threat||Bottled Violence|
|–Minor Threat||Think Again|
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Minor Threat filmed live at Rollerworks, 1983.
Best of Flipside Video Number 2. 1983. NR. by Minor Threat and Minutemen.
Minor Threat (also referred to as First Two Seven Inches) is a compilation album by the American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. It was released in March 1984 through Dischord Records. The compilation consisted of the group's first and second extended plays, Minor Threat (originally released June 1981) and In My Eyes (originally released December 1981).
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Minor Threat was an American hardcore punk band, formed in 1980 in Washington, . by vocalist Ian MacKaye and drummer Jeff Nelson. MacKaye and Nelson had played in several other bands together, and recruited bassist Brian Baker and guitarist Lyle Preslar to form Minor Threat. They added a fifth member, Steve Hansgen, in 1982, playing bass, while Baker switched to second guitar.
Flipside fanzine put on a Burning Man-style festival, in California's Mojave Desert at a location known as Jawbone Canyon for several years during the mid 1990s. It was much smaller and more localized than the actual Burning Man Festivals and often featured bands that Flipside put out on their own label. Special guests included Fugazi, The Offspring and Nik Turner, of Hawkwind fame. For several years, the publishers also produced punk rock records under the Flipside label. 7 Seconds - Old School (full album). Добавлено: 5 год. cristiano camara 5 год. Minor Threat - Live at 9:30 Club (June 23rd. Добавлено: 6 год. sweetbabyjaysus 6 год. 7Seconds Live in Moscow 2014/07/13. Nervous Video 5 год.
Minor Threat, ‘Complete Discography’ (1989). Minor Threat defined a new hardcore code with their anthem "Straight Edge" - down with drugs, down with booze, up with keeping your wits about you and fighting the power. scene leaders didn't stay together very long, but they remain hugely influential thanks to Ian MacKaye's true-believer intensity, as he spread the straight-edge gospel of how to bring revolutionary values to everyday life. Minutemen, ‘Double Nickels on the Dime’ (1984). Three blue-collar corn dogs from the port town of San Pedro, California, with zero pretensions and a gift for gab, and a hilarious taste for no-bullshit political analysis like the "The Roar of the Masses Could Be Farts. No album summed up the infinite possibility in punk's radical simplicity better than this 35-minute, 21-song debut.
Minor Threat is a compilation album by the American hardcore punk band Minor Threat. The 1984 Minor Threat LP featured the same cover as the 1981 Minor Threat EP, depicting vocalist Ian MacKaye's younger brother Alec (Untouchables, The Faith). The image has been imitated by punk bands such as Rancid on their album. Anna Connelly – back cover art (In My Eyes). Glen E. Friedman; Al Flipside; Naomi Petersen – photography.