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Dag Nasty - Live At The Brewery 15/07/86 Raleigh (N.C.) flac album

Dag Nasty - Live At The Brewery 15/07/86 Raleigh (N.C.) flac album Performer: Dag Nasty
Title: Live At The Brewery 15/07/86 Raleigh (N.C.)
Style: Hardcore, Punk, Melodic Hardcore
MP3 album: 1871 mb
FLAC album: 1996 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: AUD ASF RA AAC XM TTA FLAC
Genre: Rock

Data de lançamento 1991. Labels Selfless Records. Estilo de MúsicaHardcore. Membros têm este álbum1. Other productions from Dag Nasty.

Field Day is a studio album by Dag Nasty released in 1988 through Giant Records; it was released in Europe on We Bite Records. The album features a cover-version of The Ruts classic "Staring at the Rude Boys". It also offers a new recording of the band classic 'Under Your Influence'. The original version appears on the band's debut LP Can I Say with vocalist Dave Smalley. The CD bonus track "12XU" is originally written by Wire but has been covered by Brian Baker's former band Minor Threat, too.

Dag Nasty is an American punk rock band from Washington . formed in 1985 by guitarist Brian Baker of Minor Threat, drummer Colin Sears and bassist Roger Marbury, both of Bloody Mannequin Orchestra, and vocalist Shawn Brown (later of Swiz and Jesuseater). Their style of less aggressive, melodic hardcore was influential to post-hardcore; their sound was partly influenced by The Faith and their 1983 EP Subject to Change.

Label: Selfless Records ‎– SFLS5-7. Live tracks, D2 and H1, were recorded live on 11/3085 at Bethesda Community Center. Tracks A1 to D1 were recorded Halloween 1985 at Inner Ear Studios and mixed 12/85. except tracks A1 and D1 which were remixed Summer 1991 at . Tracks E1 to F2 were recorded September 1986 at Inner Ear. Tracks G1 and H2 were recorded Winter 1986 at Inner Ear. Track G2 was recorded Halloween 1985 at Inner Ear. Vocals and other damage done Summer 1991 at .

Tracklist

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Live at the brewery 15/07/86 Raleigh (N.C.)