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old nyc hardcore records...

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i recently came across a small lot of old harcore records...i have been collecting vinyl for some time, but never really got too involved with the hardcore aspect of it...just wondering if anyone knew anything about these releases...value, rarity, etc. i am not looking to sell them, just interested...i checked ebay and only one item was listed...i also checked the revelation auction boards but was not helped....thanks.

 

-judge "new york city crew" revelation #14 1989 blue vinyl

-bad trip "positively bad" 1988 no label, black vinyl

-insted "we'll make the difference" 1989 nemesis records, black vinyl

-gorilla biscuits "s/t" revelation #4 1988 black vinyl

-inside out "above all" 1989 noiseville records, red vinyl

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Guest GoBiloe

i can tell you only one thing about them for certain... i want them! well maybe not the inside out or bad trip. im not a collector but it would be dope to have an original gorilla biscuits record.

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hardcore records aren't worth too much. also color vinyl doesn't necessarily mean first press. hey,inside out rule, especially before zack thought he was a rapper. krsnacore

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Guest HELLSATAN

the gorilla biscuits and juudge should be worth a lil somethin

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Guest serpent of the light

yeah, the judge one i'm interested in forsure, it'll be worth some (as far as hc records go...) the gb's one may be too, just because the name though, they suck.

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sweetheart, i'm no collector but a friend of mine is. i'm going to email him your list manana... i'm sure he can better gauge what you should expect.

 

later

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the judge on blue is first press on rev. it was pressed before that on schism, and likly still has schism plates.. it goes for between 30-40 dollars.

the inside out is also a great find, im not sure of the value of it though.

 

whats the cover for the GB record look like?

 

3 scene points for scoring these records

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Guest serpent of the light
Originally posted by footsoldier

oh yea: serpent loses 100 scene points for disrespecting gorilla biscuits...

 

yeah well... i don't like those guys, never have. but i was at shogun's final show ever last night. that's a few points back i think? it sucked though, coalesce headlined, and the sound guys completely fucked them up, you couldn't hear the vocals at all. i was rather pissed. i couldn't dance w/o their vox. ugh. bastards.

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fr8oh...thanks for looking out.

 

foot soldier... that was exactly what i wanted to know...if that judge record had come out on a prior label, what color vinyl would have been the first press,etc.

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Originally posted by footsoldier

the judge on blue is first press on rev. it was pressed before that on schism, and likly still has schism plates.. it goes for between 30-40 dollars.

 

I had a copy of the judge on blue and sold it on ebay for $100. I also had 8 copies of the new york crew 7" on schism, and have sold 2 copies for $75 each. gotta love ebay.

 

Yes,....I used to be a REALLY into collecting hardcore records. I still love hardcore, but have since lost interest in getting the cool,hard to find records.

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Originally posted by Frate Raper

how can any one run their mouth on gb???fuck man i don't know you or anything but fuck you suck

 

I agree 100%!! GB (at the time) were totally innovative and original. They were the first melodic hardcore band that really put a dent in the east coast. Much respect!

 

Anyone have flicks of the Ghost trains with the GB character on them?

 

 

 

 

....heading to the dragons lair!!

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Also...

 

does anyone have the different versions of Start Today? 1)The one with Civ singing before Walter stepped in and changed everything and 2) The version with Walter singing?

 

Moondog anyone?

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Guest HESHIANDET

you should try and find a no redeeming social value record. best band out of ny ever!

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Guest HESHIANDET

fuck no im not joking. please believe. maybe you can't handle a 64....

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i just seen no redeeming social values 2 or 3 weeks ago,they were very good but not the best ny band

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Originally posted by footsoldier

yo DITD, howd you pull so much for those judge records??i got 30 for mine...

 

European, Japanese and Austrilian kids eat that shit up!!

I am thinking about selling my x-swatch,...ehhh maybe not just yet.

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Originally posted by HESHIANDET

fuck no im not joking. please believe. maybe you can't handle a 64....

 

NRSV are very mediochre in my opinion. European hardcore kids eat up NYHC, and they aren't even big over there.

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Originally posted by DITDxCULT

Also...

 

does anyone have the different versions of Start Today? 1)The one with Civ singing before Walter stepped in and changed everything and 2) The version with Walter singing?

 

Moondog anyone?

 

Yes, i have the one called "walter sings" i've never heard of the one where Civ sings, and i have a hard time believing that exists since walter wrote the whole album. he wrote the lyrics and sang it onto a demo for civ to learn since walter was going to euorpe with youth of today for awhile, and wanted civ to be ready to record when he got back.

 

i have the moondog 7" too. i personally think its fresher than GB.

 

Also:

-Wide awake 7"

-Bold 7"

-Icemen 7" (blue vinyl)

-Youth of Today-live at CBGB 7" (pre 88 with mike judge on drums, and craig setari on bass)

-Grudge 7" (this was a make fun of sxe record. a parody of all the 80s sxe bands)

-Burn-live at CBGB--this was limited to a pressing of 500

-Burn-live CD

-CroMags-demo 10"--this is most of the songs from the age of quarrel album, but a much more RAW mix. its sooo much better than the album. they even show their bad brains influence by doing a dub reggae song.

 

I also have many old Agnostic Front and Sick of It All LP's on InEffect Records

 

these are off the top of my head, when i get home i can dig through the crates and see what else i still have.

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Originally posted by bug

i've never heard of the one where Civ sings, and i have a hard time believing that exists since walter wrote the whole album.

 

It exists. I have a really poor dub of it. It is civ's original vocals for start today before walter re-wrote the vocal parts. Or maybe Walter had the vocal parts written the whole time and Civ wanted to lay down his own version. I dunno. Regardless, I have it and it is NOT EVEN NEAR as good as Walters parts.

 

Also, just to put my 2 cents in...my favorite NYHC band was Beyond, but weren't they from Long Island?

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