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Give 'Em the Boot, Vol. 4 [Digipak]
1. Killing Zone - Rancid (previously unreleased)
2. Dirty Reggae - The Aggrolites
3. Atomic - Tiger Army
4. Propganda - The Slackers (previously unreleased)
5. Kiss Kiss Kill Kill - Roger Miret
6. Lost Paradise - U.S. Roughnecks
7. Caught in Between - F-Minus (previously unreleased)
8. Marshall Law - Die Hunns (previously unreleased)
9. I'm Shipping Up to Boston - Dropkick Murphys (previously unreleased)
10. 1% - Lars Frederiksen
11. That's What I Know - Brain Failure (previously unreleased)
12. Let There Be Peace - Chris Murray
13. Dead Bodies - Nekromantix (previously unreleased)
14. Romper Stomper - Transplants/DJ Pone (Skratch Pistolz Remix, previously unreleased)
15. Junco Partner - Joe Strummer & the Mescaleros (previously unreleased, live)
16. No Rest for the Weekend - Orange (previously unreleased)
17. Dia de los Muertos - Rezurex (previously unreleased)
18. Waste of Time - The Unseen (previously unreleased)
19. Break Me - The Ducky Boys (previously unreleased)
20. Where They Wander - HorrorPops
21. S.C. Drunx - South Central Riot Squad
22. Trauma - Mercy Killers (previously unreleased)
23. Skinwalkers - 12 Step Rebels (previously unreleased)
24. Wasted Life - The Escaped
25. Rise Up - Pressure Point (previously unreleased)
26. Room to Breathe - Westbound Train (previously unreleased)
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 80458
Personnel: Martin Slattery (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Tim Armstrong (vocals, guitar, synthesizer, loops); Daniel Diaz DeLeon , Craig Fairbaugh, Karsten, Jakob Insane, Joe Strummer, Kemal, Lars Frederiksen , Mark Lind, Nick 13, Roger Miret, Douglas Sullivan, Xiao Rong, Kim Nekroman (vocals, guitar); Obi Fernandez (vocals, trombone); Victor Ruggiero (vocals, piano); Chris Murray (vocals, organ, drums); Jeff Roffredo, Nate Handcock, Geoff Kresge, Patricia Day (vocals, upright bass); Jason Messina (vocals, drums); Marq Lyn (vocals, background vocals); Jesse Wagner, Big Jay Bastard, Eric Ozenne, Craig Leg, The Mike Hennessey Chastet, Zac Fishnets, Gordy "The Known Bastard", Matt Freeman , Mike-E, Steve Young, Joe Dexter Denman, Johnny Rioux, Rob "SR" Aston (vocals); Tymon Dogg (guitar, fiddle); Brian Dixon (guitar, organ); Cory Williams , Sam Soto (guitar, background vocals); Jack "The Ripper" Berglund, Rob Milucky, Erica Daking, Troy Ruessel, Wang Jian-Min, Mike Valentine, Rhys Kill, Peter Sandorff, Josiah Steinbrick, Thomas John Scanlon, Brad Logan, Scott Shields (guitar); David Hillyard (saxophone); Dave Holden (tenor saxophone); Rich Graiko (trumpet); Glen Pine (trombone, background vocals); Lenny Munoz (trombone); Kirsten DeBoer, Roger Rivas (piano); Dan Boer (organ); Gideon Blumenthal (keyboards); Dave Carlock (synthesizer); Mad DogChad (drums, background vocals); James Meza, Luke Bullen, Zak Glosserman, Gabe VanDike, Skatty Punk Rock, Korey Horn, Kristian Sandorff, Johnny Kray, Xu Lin, Joel Ronamoe, Jeff Hayes, Adam Zuckert, Travis Barker, Branden Steineckert, Mike Fasano, Brett Reed (drums); Matt Skiba (background vocals).
Recording information: 11/23/2001.
Photographer: Tim Armstrong.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Kamilia; Wang Jian-Min; Shi Xudong.
Hellcat's Give 'Em the Boot series returns in 2004 with its fourth volume, budget-priced and populated with representatives from the punk, ska, and psychobilly underground. Kicking off with a raucous, previously unreleased track from Tim Armstrong's own Rancid entitled "Killing Zone," the set moves into the Aggrolites' appropriately titled "Dirty Reggae," and "Atomic" from Tiger Army's strong Ghost Tigers Rise LP. At 26 tracks (over half of them unreleased), Give 'Em the Boot is an absolutely ridiculous value for any curious listener. But rookies and scene veterans both will love the set's sheer breadth of the material. There's roots-style reggae from Slackers, Chris Murray, and Westbound Train; the vicious psychobilly shake of Rezurex and Nekromantix; an incredible live version of "Junco Partner" from Joe Strummer & the Mescaleros; punk from the streets of Boston in Ducky Boys and Dropkick Murphys; and modern-day, gloriously crap-recorded Oi! from the young and hungry South Central Riot Squad. Best might be "That's What I Know," an unreleased track from Brain Failure, heroes of the burgeoning Beijing punk scene. Their rousing Clash tribute is more powerful than any you'll hear all year. ~ Johnny Loftus
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