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Anti-Society (Anarcho-Punk, Vol. 3)

  • 1. Forgive Us - Reality Control
    2. Your Military - Icons of Filth
    3. Not Prepared - Sears
    4. Who Are They Trying to Con? - A.O.A.
    5. Revenge - Liberty
    6. I Rebel - Dave Asgrove Band
    7. Fantasy Ball - Karma Sutra
    8. Seeing Is Believing - Icon A.D.
    9. Christian Militia - Exit-Stance
    10. Where Are Your Hiroshimas? - Alternative
    11. Sell Your Dreams - Look Mummy Clowns
    12. Acceptable Death Loss - Reality
    13. Our Gods Are Falling Down - Thatcher on Acid
    14. Salem - Part 1
    15. Exploitation - Andy T.
    16. Out of Touch - Revulsion
    17. Beserker - Apostles
    18. Ashfield Valley Headkick - Untermensh
    19. Dressed to Kill - Hagar the Womb
    20. Doomsday Machine - Stalag 17
    21. Stop Vivisection Now - Oi Polloi
    22. M.U.S.E. - Anti State Control
    23. Attack - The Mentals
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 86556

  • Credits

    Lyricist: Mark F.
    Personnel: Mark F (vocals, guitar); Mark Wallis (vocals); Bob Leith (drums, percussion); Andy W (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Sean McGhee.
    The third of four volumes drawing upon long out of print singles, discarded demos, and forgotten outtakes to tell the story of Britain's early-'80s anarchist punk scene, Anti-Society rounds up some of the lesser-remembered but nevertheless crucial lights on the scene. Hagar the Womb, Oi Polloi, and the immortally named Thatcher on Acid are probably the best-known names here, but they are by no means the very best. Excellent contributions from the Icons of Filth, Karma Sutra, and Untermensch have a compulsive power that cannot help but remind listeners just how vital this music was, both to its own time and place and, because its sentiments were so universal (and its enemies so all-pervasive), to the modern world. As usual, the music is accompanied by an excellent booklet, detailing the background of each of the featured bands with encyclopedic detail -- indeed, given the anarchist punk scene's absence from any existing rock reference work, this series could easily be acclaimed as among the most crucial documents that punk as a whole has ever been granted. ~ Dave Thompson

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