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What It Meant: Complete Discography

Revelation 122

Released on June 21, 2005


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 (New York Crew) Fed Up! Voted #3  17%
2 In My Way  0%
3 I've Lost...  0%
4 New York Crew Voted #1  21%
5 Warriors Voted #2  21%
6 (Bringin' It Down) Take Me Away  8%
7 Bringin' It Down  17%
8 Hold Me Back  0%
9 Give It Up  0%
10 The Storm  0%
11 Hear Me  0%
12 Like You  13%
13 I've Lost  0%
14 Where It Went  0%
15 (There Will Be Quiet...) Forget This Time  0%
16 The Storm II  0%
17 When The Levee Breaks  4%
18 (Chung King Can Suck It) Take Me Away  0%
19 Bringin' It Away  0%
20 Hold Me Back  0%
21 Give It Up  0%
22 The Storm  0%
23 Hear Me  0%
24 Like You  0%
25 I've Lost...  0%
26 Holding On  0%
27 No Apologies  0%
28 (Don Fury Demo) Just Like You  0%
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Chris from Willebroek, Belgium 
May 17 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the greatest hardcore bands ever! Finally I got this on cd now. It comes with a great inlay with lots of pictures and the complete Judge story! Anyone who likes hardcore should buy this. This is history man! Kicks!

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Jack from Vancouver, BC Canada 
Apr 21 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Like others have said.. if you already have there other stuff, there is no difference, no better production or anything.

However, if you do not have a Judge cd and are looking for old school hardcore, Judge tops (or at least equals) any and all the NYHC cd's. It's a classic.

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Emmanuel from Nashville, TN 
Jan 1 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

judge is a pretty good band. mike judge has a really raw and powerful voice. the only disapointment was i thought there were too many breakdowns and not enough faster songs. it seemed the further i got into the cd the more it slowed down. still a really good album

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Ryan from Pittsburgh, PA 
Mar 26 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Well, when I purchased my copy of Start Today by Gorilla Biscuits, I was recommended Judge's Complete Discography by the cashier.

Well, a few weeks later I made the purchase, and I am pleased with what I got.

The music is powerful, and brings out the beast in me. The vocals are intense; you can tell this is singer Mike Judge's outlet of aggression.

Rhythm wise...well, Judge is a tad bit generic. Though they do play a heavier brand of hardcore then most bands of the time, I still feel like I've heard it all before. This doesn't hurt the album too much, but keeps it from getting 5 stars.

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Robert from Brunswick, OH 
Oct 15 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I wish that this would have been released 10 years ago when I was in highschool and could never find any Judge on disc. Just straight up, angry East Coast Hardcore. Even if you aren't edge this is for any true Hardcore fans, not the moppyhair metal core posers.

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Jeff from Morgantown, WV 
Aug 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Some good stuff! Really good fast angry NYHC. Includes a Blitz cover that is done better by Judge! Four and a half stars!

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Jacob from Machesn, IL 
Apr 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good Straight-Edge Hardcore. Really good fast angry hxc. Includes a Blitz cover and a Led Zeppelin cover.

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Joe from Colchester, CT 
Jan 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Revelation must make more money on hardcore bands now then they did in the 80's. The bands that they helped out and supported are just as credible as any current hardcore act, (thats not a blast to current artists in the genre, there are many amazing bands overturning VFW's and American Legions across america, as well as in the countries out side the states, bands such as verse, blue monday and death before dishonor, to name a very few, are keeping this scene alive). Judge entered the scene when straight edge was on its way out, (the line, "true till death" sadly should be taken with a grain of salt when said by most "hardcore" participants). This CD captures judge's full reign of stright edge euphoria with every song they ever put down on recording. I recomend it to any one who wants to listen to true hardcore, there is a bit of a metal edge in their sound, but nothing like an average victory band. And if you are straight edge, true straight edge, not some true till 21 piece of shit, or a tool marking his hands with X's then pounding beers, pick this album up for sure. If you can only stand pure core with no metal inflouence make sure you look into other revalation artists such as the gorilla biscuits or youth of today. Keep it real.

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Alex from Norwood, NJ 
Oct 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

If you already own the "Bringin It Down" CD and "The Storm," there's no need to get this. As far as I know, the recording isn't remastered, the unreleased song "Holding On" is already available on the Rev Rarities CD, and the main selling point, the inclusion of the "Chung King Can Suck It" LP (the original recording of "Bringin' It Down"), isn't worth it. The Chung King material may be good to listen to once, but isn't something I would find myself playing repeatedly. Actually, the biggest surprise is the sound quality of the Chung King LP. Despite the group's well-documented dissatisfaction with it, if you listen to contemporaneous hardcore albums like Bold's "Speak Out" or Misfits' "Earth AD" for comparison purposes, the sound really isn't that bad.

Finally, the layout leaves something to be desired. It's full of photos and has decent liner notes, but could have included more photos and art from the original releases, and the CD itself looks pretty bad: just a picture of a speaker or something with double-exposure of an image of an X-ed up hand on part of it ... something like that. I know the design won't matter to everyone, but if you're going to do a discography, memories and, subsequently, photos and images, become more important. Rev should've followed the example of similar CDs, such as Turning Point's discography, or Mad Parade's "Reissues" CD as far as including artwork from the past releases.

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