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Taang! 176

Released on October 26, 2004


A reissue of the debut Brotherhood album from Boston straightedge hardcore pioneers DYS. Features all the tracks from the original release, along with bonus tracks taken from the same sessions, including the original, unreleased version of the song "Wolfpack," with backing vocals from HÜSKER DÜ.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Open Up Voted #1  17%
2 More Than Fashion  7%
3 Circle Storm Voted #2  17%
4 City To City  7%
5 (The Girl's) Got Limits  5%
6 Brotherhood  12%
7 Yelllow  7%
8 Stand Proud  5%
9 Insurance Risk  0%
10 Escape  10%
11 Wolfpack Voted #3  14%
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Jeff from Morgantown, WV 
Mar 27 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great 80's American hxc! Not as good as Slapshot but better than SSD and most other Boston sxe bands...Plus I like the fact that Dave's a right winger

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Aaron from Lithopolis, OH 
Apr 15 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

DYS!!!!80s boston hardcore this album is almost better than some of SSD's old shit. great songs. fast. united. no bullshit HC.

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Steve from Pittsburgh, PA 
Feb 5 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This wasn't too impressive considering it has Dave Smalley on vocals, and I actually was looking for SSD instead, but SSD 's guitarist refuses to reissue their albums on CD so I decided on this instead of the supposedly lackluster SSD demos collection. When I started listening to Brotherhood I found myself wanting to listen to Dag Nasty's Can I Say album , and started wishing I got the SSD CD instead, but I'll give them credit for putting out some pissed off hardcore for the early 80's, but with Smalley at the helm I was expecting a lot better.

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Wali from Irvine, CA 
Nov 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is fucking bomb! every song on here is good. angry heavy boston hardcore. some songs are slow and heavy and some are fast which is chill. Boston hardcore is one the best areas of hardcore!

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Matthew from Bridgend, United Kingdom 
Apr 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The album finishes before you know it but hey thats the fun in hardcore. Essential not only to any straight edger but also to anyone with a slight intrest in the roots of hardcore, I'm still not sure about the metally song though.

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Ryan from Elk Grove, CA 
Mar 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD was a kick in the nut sack. If you love old school hardcore punk then get this little gem. It's raw, fast, and an instant classic.

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Don from Macungie, PA 
Jan 21 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

An amazing reissue of the Boston Hardcore classic. Though it only clocks in at 14 minutes, it makes it up with energy and excellence. The lead vocalist, Dave Smalley, will later be in All and Dag Nasty. My favorites are More Than Fashion, (The Girl's) Got Limits, and Brotherhood. A special addition to this CD is a special recording of Wolfpack with backup vocals by Husker Du.

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