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Fucked Up/Haymaker


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Siege was one of those more than awesome hardcore bands from Boston that influenced hundreds and hundreds of bands over the years. These 9 tracks were recorded in 1984 at Radio Beat in Boston, MA. This is a classic. A must have for anyone interested in ‘80s hardcore. Infest, Drop Dead, Heresy, Ripcord… all of these bands were completely influenced by Siege.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Haymaker -Here Lies The Future In Home Surveillance  0%
2 Haymaker -No One Asked Me  0%
3 Haymaker -I Don't Need It  0%
4 Haymaker -Find Yourself?  0%
5 Fucked Up -Black Iron Prison  0%
6 Fucked Up -Dove Of Wood  0%
7 Fucked Up -The Black Rats  0%
8 Fucked Up -Surrounded By Boys  0%
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Sean from Schaumburg, IL 
Apr 4 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The Fucked Up tracks on here are more raw and by-the-numbers than their other releases. Instead of the riff-based mid-tempo attack which made tracks like Police, Baiting The Public, and Fate Of Fates stand out, they opt for a more direct blitzkrieg approach, shedding their best song writing elements in the process. It's still really amazing pissed-off hardcore that stands out from the rest of the pack, but it's not nearly as good or unique as their other releases. Go buy Police or Baiting The Public or Epics In Minutes before you get this. On the flipside, Haymaker plays crappy metal-tinged hardcore with sludgy, dark sounding guitars. Their side won't see another go around on my turntable.

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