The Cootees - Too Late. One Bye One - Missing You. Fellsway - Through a Soldier's Eyes. MxPx - Lifetime Enlightenment. Incomplete - I'll Try. Blaster the Rocket Boy - I'm Only Humanoid (Lost in Space). The Inklings - Slurpee. My Pet Rock - Deadbeat. CeaseFire - Behind Closed Doors. Roadside Monument - My Life Is Green.
This is christian punk rock at its inception. Sloppy, under produced, and raw. A lot of these bands don't exist anymore. In my cassette tape they even listed the addresses of all the bands. See if you find a compilation that does that anymore!! I wrote to the band "One by One" over a decade ago, and they actually responded back then. Turns out they had changed their name to "Value Pac", but they hand wrote a full paged letter. I still have it somewhere. If you grew up on Tooth and Nail like myself.
I'm Your Biggest Fan Volume One (A Punk Rock & Emo Compilation) (CD, Comp). Tooth & Nail Records.
I'm Your Fan: The Songs of Leonard Cohen is a tribute album to Leonard Cohen, released in 1991, produced by the French music magazine Les Inrockuptibles. The album features Cohen's songs interpreted by some of the most respected rock acts of the time. Its name is a play on the title of Cohen's album I'm Your Man. For the album's American release on Atlantic Records, .
The album came about as a result of a 1998 guest DJ appearance by Howlett on Mary Anne Hobbs's Breezeblock show on the UK radio station Radio 1, producing a similar set. In a bid to stop popular bootleg copies of the show, an official album, essentially an extended version of the Breezeblock mix, was released. The two mixes are not quite the same as permission to use certain tunes was not forthcoming for all samples. Section 5 – 4:57 Sex Pistols, "New York" (1977) Fatboy Slim, "Punk to Funk" (1996) Medicine, "I'm Sick" (1997). Section 6 – 5:48 . T. "The Home of Hip Hop" (1985) JVC Force, "Strong Island" (1984) Primal Scream, "Kowalski" (1997) Beastie Boys, "Time to Get Ill" (1986) Barry White, "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby" (1973) Public Enemy, "Public Enemy No. 1" (1987) Fred Wesley & The . s, "Blow Your Head" (1974) T La Rock, "Breaking Bells".
But emo is having a moment in 2016 thanks to Panic! at the Disco scoring their first Number One album, Dashboard Confessional serving as the basis of a Jeopardy! question, and fourth wave emo bands like Title Fight and Into I. Coheed and Cambria, ‘Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness’ (2005). While masses of bands glommed onto Warped Tour fashions and MTV2 hooks, New York's Coheed and Cambria went in another direction – and went big. They fully gave in to their progressive rock urges on Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, not to mention the tangled, episodic sci-fi narrative dreamed up by frontman Claudio Sanchez – he released a companion graphic novel with the same name
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