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Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 1

(Members Of Morning Glory)

Alternative Tentacles 348

Released on January 24, 2006

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NAUSEA is one of the most influential New York City punk bands ever. Among the first bands to combine raw punk, metal and intense socio-political lyrics, creating a style often imitated but rarely equaled. Dual female/male vocalists trade off over a ferocious musical backdrop that found its way into the sound of bands like NEUROSIS, LOGICAL NONSENSE and ANTISCHISM, to bands of today like KYLESA, SKARP and LEFTOVER CRACK. The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. I collects a ton of crucial NAUSEA tracks, including most of their only full studio album Extinction and several out-of-print 7-INCHES and compilation tracks, which are as relevant today as when they were recorded nearly two decades ago. This is one of several Blacknoise Records releases to be released in cooperation with Alternative Tentacles.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 18 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Here Today  9%
2 Cybergod Voted #1  18%
3 Body Of Christ  3%
4 Fallout (Of Our Being)  1%
5 Right To Live  0%
6 Blood And Circus  1%
7 Lie Cycle  7%
8 Godless  1%
9 Clutches  1%
10 Extinction  6%
11 Inherit The Wasteland  3%
12 Battened  0%
13 Self Destruct  0%
14 Blackened Dove Voted #3  10%
15 Johnny Got His Gun  10%
16 Butchers  4%
17 Tech.No.Logic.Kill  2%
18 Sacrifice  7%
19 Electrodes Voted #2  17%
20 Clutches (1988)  0%
21 Productive Not Destructive  0%
22 Hear Nothing/Ain't No Feeble Bastard (Discharge)  0%
23 Cybergod *Video*  0%
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Michael from Houston, TX 
Oct 18 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

vol. 2 is better but i already have that one and this one is hard to find for only $10. it was worth it since it completes my nausea cd collection. these guys are really cool and you should pick this up before they stop selling it.

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Eric from South Ogden, UT 
Feb 2 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is really a great CD by Nausea. It includes their single Cybergod, and includes all the songs from their EP Extinction. If you've never heard Nausea before, this is the place to start with them. I'd hurry and snag this one, it's not easy to come by.

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Dan from Mosinee, WI 
Jan 8 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Nausea is one of the gnarlyest crust punk bands ever, i love them, if you dont know who they our download some of there shit, and decided i fuckin love it, its so good for drinking.

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Dan from Suwanee, GA 
Jan 25 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It doesn't really matter what kind of music you're into. At some point in time you have give props to Nausea. They were about as DIY as it gets, they were unusually creative and they were a huge influence on countless bands to come. And most of all, they rocked harder than Gary Glitter at a little-league baseball game! Sure, their politics were a little bit far-reaching at times. Most political sentiments from anarcho/peace/crust (whatever the kids are calling it these days) bands are. But Nausea, fusing thrash, crust, punk, hardcore and even reggae with their male/female vocal assault, made their whole radical, apocalyptic opus work, and this anthology is raw proof. Add this to your collection now!

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Connor from Cary, NC 
May 5 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Nausea is fucking heavy man. They remind me of Anthrax and Agnostic Front mixed together. Pure New York thrash here kids. This collection is pretty cool, I love the artwork. The songs are great, but some of them drag on(like, 6 minutes long). Songs like "Cybergod", "Electrodes", "Blackened Dove" and "Here Today" are my favorites. I think at times Nausea tried a bit to hard to write songs like old school Metallica. It's all good though. I reccomend it.

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Hayden from Jacksonville, FL 
Jan 19 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

GREAT nyc crust.

there was only one song that didnt appeal to me but the CD

is long so it dont make a difference. that song was lie cycle (just a six minute intro)

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Jessica from Floral City, FL 
Dec 21 2006 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I was actually really diappointed with this cd. Theres a few songs that are okay on here. But the rest sounds to much like metal to me. This doesnt sound like punk rock to me at all. I dont like the male vocals. If there was only the female vocals i might of liked Nausea a little more. Their not terrible, im just not into the metal feel of their songs.

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Bill from Brantford, ON Canada 
Nov 2 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is great, but nothing special, well, fer someone who is a big fan due to the fact it's just all older songs put together on one CD. You already know what to expect. But regardless, it's a great CD and I can't deny that. It's also able to work on the computer to give you an extra special treat...

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Kristen from Huntsville, AL 
Jun 13 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

well now I can hear this in my car. one of my favorite bands for a major portion of my life. i remember someone saying that "They were from ages ago" when I said I wish I had caught one of their shows. I didnt have the heart to say I was old enough. Especially since to me it didnt seem to have been so long since I missed every chance to see them. This was about 99. I really dont need to say anything about the music. Its all been said.

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Edward from Apo, AE 
Mar 3 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Crustcore-punk rock. Good Cd if you like political punk as well. I enjoy the grindy guitars and female vocals. A must have for all hardcore punk lovers.

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