Complete First Demo 7" Dischord

When the Teen Idles split up in 1980, singer Nathan Strejcek and drummer Danny Ingram - two of the first punk kids at Wilson High - formed a new band, Youth Brigade. The duo played with a few different bass and guitar players before settling on Bert Quiroz of The Untouchables and Tom Chilton to complete the lineup. The band played its first show in Washington, DC in March of 1981 at a restaurant called Food For Thought. Just ten days later, Youth Brigade had its second gig joining Minor Threat at the 9:30 Club as the openers for Black Flag's first show in DC. "Complete First Demo" collects eights songs that Youth Brigade recorded with Don Zientara and Skip Groff in the summer of 1981 during the first recording session. "I Object" appeared on the "20 Years Of Dischord" box set and "Last Word" was included on "Flex Your Head." All other material is previously unreleased. 7" includes digital download. On colored vinyl.
7", 6.50€


We're Not In This Alone LP Revelation

At the end of 1987, Sammy Siegler (ex-Side By Side) became the new drummer, and in 1988, Youth Of Today recorded their classic second LP, "We're Not In This Alone." The songs were born from the band's dedication to straight edge, positive living, and the strength of both the individual and of a generation. Full of energy and inspiration, this record was an essential step in the development of hardcore. New pressing now available on translucent BLUE vinyl. Vinyl version includes digital download of this record.
LP, 16.00€


Can't Close My Eyes LP Revelation

The Youth Of Today "Can't Close My Eyes" 7" was originally released by Positive Force Records in 1985, the now-defunct label once run by 7 Seconds frontman Kevin Seconds. It was later reissued as a 12" with an extra song by Caroline/Schism Records in 1988. Now it's available on Revelation Records, completely remastered with new artwork and photos. Features the "Can't Close My Eyes" 7" in its entirety, the extra track from the Caroline/Schism Records 12" and the 5 compilation songs from the V/A "Connecticut Fun" LP originally released on Incas Records in 1985. CD version includes the 2 songs from the V/A "Make It Work" 7" originally released on Run It Records in 1985 which feature the original "Can't Close My Eyes" recording and mix of "Take A Stand" and "We Just Might." Now available again on colored vinyl.
LP, 16.00€


Break Down The Walls LP Revelation

In 1986, Underdog vocalist Richie Birkenhead joined the band on second guitar. With this lineup, the first Youth Of Today full-length album was recorded, entitled "Break Down The Walls." More than just an album; it?s an anthem for a way of life. Now available again on colored vinyl with the original Wishingwell Records layout. Vinyl version includes free digital download of this record.
LP, 18.50€


s/t 7" Revelation

The final studio recording from this influential hardcore band. The lyrics on this release have some of the same philosophical and spiritual influences that dominated Ray's next band, Shelter, which recorded its first album the same year. During the sessions these tracks were done the band also recorded a Partridge Family song, but decided not to release it until 2002 on the Revelation 100 compilation. This record has all the energy the band is known for with a glimpse into the ideas that led Ray to move on to form Shelter. Now available again on colored vinyl.
7", 7.50€


One Night Stand b/w Anarchy In Vienna 7" Revelation

From the iconic and unpredictable Youth Of Today, we've got a fun 7" that was initially released for Record Store Day 2019. "One Night Stand" was the ONLY cover song ever recorded by Youth Of Today in studio. The track was selected by vocalist Ray Cappo and recorded during their last 7" session ("Disengage," "Envy," and "Modern Love Story" were the other tracks from that session that were released as their self-titled 7"). "One Night Stand," written by Paul Anka and Wes Farrell, was originally recorded by The Partridge Family and appeared in their show and on record in the early 1970s. This version is Youth Of Today's take with Ray's signature growl and has only been released on the now out-of-print "Revelation 100: A Fifteen Year Retrospective Of Rare Recordings" compilation, but now it will appear on a Youth Of Today release for the first time. The B-side is another cover from their first tour of Europe in 1989 (with artwork inspired by the Sex Pistols' "God Save The Queen" 7"). This is the black vinyl version.
7", 8.50€


s/t 7-Inch Criminal IQ

From Portugal, The Youths play great, old-fashioned, pissed-off, teenage rebellion punk ‘n’ roll. With garage rock stomping and production, complete with hand claps, this record is a fast, smart blast of angst done right. These guys are tuneful but don’t veer into pop-punk territory, this is a raw record from start to finish and is getting lots of play in my house at the moment.
7-Inch, 4.00€


Dead Man Walking LP Cupcake

With their third full length release, "Dead Man Walking", Yuppicide had carved out a niche all their own, with songs that had elements of punk, and the power of hardcore, but a style that was solely Yuppicide. This remastered reissue comes with new Cover artwork!
LP, 12.50€


Revenge Regret Repeat LP Cupcake

"Revenge Regret Repeat" is Yuppicide's first full-length since 1995's "Deadman Walking" and is a logical progression from 2012's "American Oblivion" EP. Recorded by NYHC fixture Glen Lorieo, this album features 11 furious blasts that brings together an emotionally charged blend of hardcore punk and intense metal. Colored vinyl in stock
LP, 14.50€


Say No More 7" Insight

From just outside the Toronto, Canada area, ZERO brings you 6 Connecticut-style hardcore songs for fans of WIDE AWAKE and CORNERSTONE. Limited edition of 500 copies on colored vinyl.
7", 6.50€


Black Rock LP Shark Man

Six years after the formation of the band, ZERO MENTALITY come to realize they are stranded on the planet of the apes. Bound to a music-scene which is ruled by absence of imagination, the five musicians out of the Ruhrpott area deny to confirm to the mainstream. They run away from topical trends as if they were chased by the demons of hell, life and death. During their exodus they become aware there is only one salvation: 'Black Rock'. From January to April 2009 they created an album together with their long-time producer and friend Jacob Bredahl in Arhus, Denmark. It's harder as cooled lava and softer than steel (whatever that means).
LP, 11.00€


Virtues & Vices 2x7-Inch Demons Run Amok

ZERO MENTALITY collaborated with The HEARTBREAK MOTEL on this one! In the beginning of February 2008 both bands accompanied each other and entered the Smart and Hard Studio in Aarhus, Denmark to record 4 songs with Jacob Bredahl. One of 2 two tracks that each band recorded was the product of a cooperative songwriting & recording process. The final result of the project among these chummy friends is now released released as a double 7inch on colored vinyl.
2x7-Inch, 9.50€


Fuel The Fire 7-inch Reaper

If history is written by the victorious, then it's time the tale was told of how Buffalo hardcore came to have its sound, style and substance. When the masses think of hardcore from buffalo, the obvious names reoccur. What has never been documented properly is the giant who owns the shoulder they were standing on: the monicker of that occulted beast is ZERO TOLERANCE. For those in the vicinity of Buffalo in the late 80s/early 90s, Zero Tolerance shows were THE event; the locals that could pull their weight amongst the nationals; the reason you showed up early. Erupting from the chrysalis that was their former band New Balance was a new creature?more furious, more intense, laser focused and precise. Specializing in laconic intros, tight musicianship, an intense stage presence and spiritual lyrics, ZT had the complete package to take on the world at large. The groups recognition and impeccable street cred led them to play shows all over the east coast with some of the bands that influenced them the most, from the Cro-Mags, Sick Of It All and Killing Time to a full US tour with Shelter. These tours gave the burgeoning 90s hardcore scene a glimpse of Buffalo intensity and restrained madness. The rumors of a signing with In Effect would die with In Effect, and any attempts at chaining the monster to a full length release would remain futile. Unfortunately, the fury and turmoil that gave birth to the sound was ultimately its demise. And with all transient things, we were all left wanting more. In the year of our Lord 2010, Reaper Records is proud to unveil, for the first time on wax, a document of a long lost classic previously only available on tape. Please accept this offering and place it in its proper place among the other giants of that era. If you've been waiting for the last two decades as we have, this is for you. If this is your first taste of ZT, you're welcome.
7-inch, 6.50€