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Out Cold

Out Cold

Acme 1

Released on November 1, 1997

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Hardcore punk rock the way it was played circa 1981/1982 before heavy metal (and later rap) somehow worked it's way into things and confused everybody. 16 angry, nihilistic, scathing sonic assaults that are over in under 21 minutes. Recorded in 1993 for vinyl only. Remixed and mastered for CD in 1997. Don't let the cheesy cover fool you, this is not (I mean hot) shit.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Web Of Lies  0%
2 Brainwashed  0%
3 Defect  0%
4 Aids, Toxic Shock, PMS, And More  0%
5 Never  0%
6 Can't Win  0%
7 Off Track  0%
8 Nothing Left To Say  0%
9 Blind  0%
10 Narrow Mind  0%
11 Knife  0%
12 Reason To Kill  0%
13 Fed Up  0%
14 Black Door  0%
15 What Went Wrong  0%
16 No Explanations  0%
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Ryan from Sacramento, CA 
Jun 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was a kick in the nutsack from start to finish. Sounds like the "Tied Down" era Negative Approach with touches of Minor Threat. It also reminds me of some of Charles Bronson's "slower" stuff. It's pretty old school though and still burns holes through most of the "punk" that came out of 1993. The bass player was GG Allin's bud and played guitar on several of GG's albums. If your sick of all this watered down pussy, limp dicked diluted "punk" that gets puked out nowdays, then get this shit. It's raw, hateful, aggressive, and full of attitude, the way all good punk is. I give this muthafucka a solid 5

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John from Apo, AE 
Aug 7 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

FUCK YEAH! This is by far the greatest out cold album. Ive heard all the other, and they get fucking blown away by this one. Well, this and the voorhees/out cold split is their best work, so you should buy both of those albums.

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Adrien from Plattsville, ON Canada 
Nov 11 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Absolutely awesome album!! This is pure hardcore punk just like in 1982! No metal or emo here at all. No melody, no double kick and no synthesized parts at all. Fast, raw, urgent hardcore punk. You could play this album between Minor Threat and Negative Approach and no one would know the difference. The only modern aspect of this album is good production, but its not super crisp and clean to take away from the roughness and power of the music. If you like 80s style hardcore without the metal, this is for you. Looking for a band that sounds like they're from the early 80s, pick it up! I think I got knocked Out Cold the first time I listened to this. Awesome hardcore punk!!

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