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Unit Pride

Then And Now

(Nerve Agents, Redemption 87)

Mankind 4

Released on November 12, 2002


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Before Eric Ozenne sang for The Nerve Agents and Redemption 87, he was the frontman for the seminal San Francisco area straight edge band Unit Pride. It was 1988 and the hardcore scene was passing through what is now a legendary era in that genre's past. Unit Pride drew influences from Minor Threat, Youth Of Today, and Antidote to create one of the most intense and powerful records of the late '80s. No one can argue the fact that it was a special time for the hardcore scene that will not soon be forgotten. And this release will help give Unit Pride a permanent place in the history books of hardcore.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 All In The Head Voted #1  25%
2 Wide Awake Voted #3  17%
3 Making A Difference Voted #2  25%
4 One Will Do  17%
5 Think About It  0%
6 Then And Now  0%
7 Making A Difference  0%
8 Wide Awake  0%
9 Choice Is Yours  0%
10 Holding On Strong  8%
11 Friendship  0%
12 Struggle Of Life  0%
13 One Will Do  0%
14 Straight Ahead  8%
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Dan from Wilmington, DE 
Mar 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Absolutely fucking awesome hardcore. "Wide Awake" is a straight edge anthem for sure. This is where bay area sXe started as I understand, so recognize kids. Great for fans of Youth Of Today, Uniform Choice, Unity, Bold etc. stay true.

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Reed from San Antonio, TX 
Nov 29 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome reissue of this great band. Unit Pride has Eric from Nerve Agents/Redemption 87, Grant on bass who was the guitarist for Screw 32 and some guy from Token Entry. Unit Pride is pretty much exactly like Youth Of Today, Wide Awake, and maybe Up Front. Buy this CD if you like those bands or if you just want to hear what members of Screw 32, Nerve Agents/Redemption 87, or Token Entry used to play.

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Triston from Salem, OR 
Nov 13 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

So you say you like Minor Threat??? What about Kill your Idols?? Negative Approach?? If so then get this fucking cd, or try finding some of the vinyl that makes up this cd on ebay. Either way you will be pleased with this. If you are getting this thinking this is Eric's new band, well then you are SADLY mistaken since this is one of Eric's first bands. Yep, before Redemption 87 and Nerve Agents there was Unit Pride. Anyways this stuff is pretty much non stop hardcore that really, really reminds me alot of Minor Threat. Fucking geat stuff. These guys played TONS of shows with Operation Ivy back in the Gilman st. days and Jesse even did the art work for this album back in 88. Anyways get this shit, you'll love it and it will impact you life. If only music today was still made with this much intensity and passion.............










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