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Nausea

Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. II (Reissue)

Alternative Tentacles 338

Released on August 23, 2005

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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. II 1986-1988 collects 30 NAUSEA tracks, including several live, unreleased and demo tracks and classic songs like ³Smash Racism², ³Clutches² (recently covered by KYLESA) and ³Godless², which are as relevant today as when they were recorded nearly two decades ago. This is the first of several Black Noise Records releases to be released in cooperation with Alternative Tentacles.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating


Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Smash Racism  7%
2 MTV (Feeding Of The Fortune 500)  7%
3 New Generation Voted #2  17%
4 Godless  0%
5 Clutches Voted #3  10%
6 Home Sweet Home  0%
7 Sacrifice Voted #1  20%
8 Johnny Got His Gun  0%
9 Smash Racism  0%
10 MTV (Feeding of...)  0%
11 Right To Live  0%
12 Godless  7%
13 Divide And Conquer  0%
14 Fallout (Of Our Being)  3%
15 World Of No Tomorrow  0%
16 Real Enemy (Business)  0%
17 Productive Not Destructive - Demo  0%
18 Red Winter - Demo  0%
19 Rauscous (Rare Track)  0%
20 Home Sweet Home - Demo  0%
21 Divide And Conquer - Demo  0%
22 Clutches - Demo  7%
23 Untitled (Ultra Rare)  0%
24 Freedom Peace And Unity  0%
25 Self Destruct - Live  0%
26 Religious Wars (Subhumans)  3%
27 World Of No Tomorrow (Live)  10%
28 Real Enemy (Business) - Live  3%
29 Fallout (Of Our Being)  7%
30 Electrodes  0%
31 Fallout (Of Our Being) - Video  0%
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Adam from Bellbrook, OH 
Mar 8 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Its the early years of Nausea. Not near as good of an album as the first terrorist anthology, but if you really love Nausea its cool to have just to hear how their sound progressed, but half the songs are on the first anthology, not to mention on this album there's 2 versions of songs like "godless" and "clutches". Not to mention the sound quality on a few tracks is wretched, but real Nausea fans will still feel the emotions. So definitely get the first one no matter who you are, but only dedicated Nausea fans need the second anthology.

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Sarah from Calgary, AB Canada 
Sep 21 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is pretty good, and afterall, it is Nausea. The recording quality is not that great though, and in some parts you can barely hear the vocals. The lyric booklet that comes with the CD however is great, with all the lyrics and lots of art. Get this one today.

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Rita from Hammond, IN 
Feb 17 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Wow,that's all I can really say. Nausea is a great band. The only problem with this cd is that some songs you can't hear the vocals on, so it's like an instrumental punk song. That the only thing that keeps it from getting 5 stars









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