Archive for the Punk Category
Hugely influential and genre defining trashy hardcore punk from these Washington weirdos. With influences like Gauze, No Comment, Coltrane, Sabbath and Siege as a starting point, COLD SWEATt set out to write the ultimate truth. And so they did. Blinded is a taut, 20-minute wire ready to snap, whip and […]
Bitter Bitte’ was written and recorded in Los Angeles early last fall, just before the latest drought broke, and just before a cynical national election made the ongoing arrangement very plain. It’s a simple music, crafted according to a shifting ad hoc agreement between three friends who try and share […]
BAD BREEDING from Stevenage return with their second LP in less than a year. In that time the world has become a melting pot of hate, absurdity and on the brink of destruction and Bad Breeding have made a record that sums up these dark, dense and claustrophobic times. Once […]
Bluurg records are proud to announce the reissues of the SUBHUMANS back catalog. Remastered and presented in gatefold sleeves (LPs) with all original artwork, these re-releases give you another chance to hear one of the original UK punk bands at their very best. World’s Apart is the fourth album by […]
Bluurg records are proud to announce the reissues of the SUBHUMANS back catalog. Remastered and presented in gatefold sleeves (LPs) with all original artwork, these re-releases give you another chance to hear one of the original UK punk bands at their very best. Time Flies/Rats is the third release by […]
REMASTERED AND REISSUED!!! From The Cradle To The Grave is the second full length album by the SUBHUMANS. It was originally released in 1983 on Bluurg records. LP pressed on 180-gram vinyl. Includes a booklet and poster.
REISSUED!!! EP LP is a collection of EPs THE SUBHUMANS put out before their first LP. The Day The Country Died, was released. This complete collection was originally released in 1986 on the band’s own label, Bluurg Records.
Reptile Ranch’s sound is deeply original. Often lacking drums, Phil John’s bass playing does double duty as both the guiding rhythm and backbone of melody. Meanwhile Spike and Simon Smith’s guitar work are without parallel as they bob and weave through diverse sets of riffs and unique licks. Somehow the […]