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Crucifix , MDC - Compilation flac album

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Performer: Crucifix
Title: Compilation
Released: 1983
Style: Punk
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: AA ASF RA MMF AIFF APE MPC

A compilation album comprises tracks, which may be previously released or unreleased, usually from several separate recordings by either one or several performers.

Rate the Price of this item. I was at the show - MDC got deported on entering the country so didn't play, .

Artificial Intelligence is a compilation album released via Warp on 6 July 1992. It is the first release in Warp's Artificial Intelligence series. The album birthed the genre that would later become known as intelligent dance music.

Crucifix was an American hardcore punk band from Berkeley, California, active from 1980 to 1984. They were among the most popular acts of the San Francisco punk scene of the early 1980s. Crucifix was founded and fronted by Cambodian-born singer Sothira Pheng, whose family had fled the country when the Khmer Rouge seized power. Berkeley, California, United States. A posthumous compilation album of singles and live tracks entitled "Exhibit A" was released on Kustomized Records in 1997. When Corpus Christi folded the album "Dehumanization" was later reissued by Southern Records. Matt Borruso and Christopher Douglas later reemerged in Loudspeaker, a New York–based noise rock group. The band included guitarist Kurt Wolf (of Pussy Galore), bassist Jens Jürgensen (of Boss Hog) and later bassist Charles Hanson (of The Normals and Chrome Cranks).

MDC, or Millions of Dead Cops, began in 1979 in Austin, Texas under the name the Stains. Singer and ringleader Dave Dictor was a BU drop-out from Long Island who dabbled in leftist activism as well as drugs and queer culture. Before punk rock, he played the bluegrass festival circuit with his group the Solar Pigs. He was living in Austin when punk hit and in 1979 he put together his own punk band. They released the classic "John Wayne was a Nazi" 7" in 1980, half of the pressing was under the Stains name, half "MDC-Stains". All MDC releases were released domestically by the band's own label: R Radical. In the beginning at least, MDC epitomized the political nature of DIY punk. They not only railed against "businesses on parade," they presented a defiant alternative.

Deicide - Scars Of The Crucifix 2:56. Deicide - Scars of the Crucifix 34:43.

Tracklist

1 Crucifix Prejudice
2 Crucifix Search For The Sun
3 Crucifix Rise And Fall
4 Crucifix No Limbs
5 Crucifix See Through Their Lies
1 MDC My Family Is A Little Weird
2 MDC Dick For Brains
3 MDC Born To Die
4 MDC Church And State
5 MDC Dead Cops
6 MDC John Wayne Was A Nazi

Notes

No identifying information other than: Copyright '83 Joe Rees Target Video. Front cover says Millions of Dead Cops, Crucifix. Back cover, side spines and VHS sticker says Crucifix, MDC. VHS Stereo 60 min color on both side spine. Target address listed on top flap. Back cover lists some of the songs performed by each band and copyright info. As well as adress for Target Video.