Government Issue performed occasional reunion shows in the 2000s and 2010s with various lineups, until Stabb's death from stomach cancer in 2016. 1980–1981: Formation and debut. 1981–1985: Lineup and label changes. Leonard and Alberstadt left the band during the recording of 1986's eponymous Government Issue, for which the band returned to Fountain of Youth, and the album was completed with drummer Sean Saley and ex-Minor Threat bassist Steve Hansgen. The Punk Remains the Same (2009).
Government Issue (often referred to as . was a punk rock band from Washington, DC. The band formed in 1980 and split in 1989. They began as a hardcore band but overtime transitioned into more alternative rock areas. In 2014, the band played reunion show with 3/4 of the "Legless Bull" line-up playing songs off that record as well as the 1980 demo. In May 2016, John Stabb passed away after battling stomach cancer.
Government Issue John Stabb, John Barry, Brian Gay, and Mark Alberstadt formed Government Issue in Washington, DC in 1980. Though the lineup changed frequently – leaving Stabb as the only remaining original member - the band would continue on for nearly a decade before calling it quits in 1989. Boycott Stabb (Complete Session), released 16 November 2010 1. Hall Of Fame (Complete Session) 2. Hour Of 1 (Complete Session) 3. . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
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Government Issue was an American hardcore punk band from Washington, DC active from 1980 to 1989 The band experienced many changes in membership during it. Leonard and Alberstadt left the band during the recording of 1986's eponymous Government Issue, for which the band returned to Fountain of Youth, and the album was completed with drummer Sean Saley and ex-Minor Threat bassist Steve Hansgen14 Government Issue saw Stabb moving in a more melodic direction, away from traditional hardcore and taking influence from The Damned's gothic. GI's First Demo 2004. The Punk Remains the Same 2009.
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Government Issue emerged from the same early-'80s Washington, DC hardcore scene that birthed Minor Threat. In fact, Minor Threat's bassist Brian Baker was an early member of the band. Like the other groups who made their debuts on the legendary Dischord label, Government Issue liked its punk loud and fast, but the group was ambitious enough to push the genre's stylistic boundaries. The band's first few albums were solid hardcore offerings, but it was on this 1986 album that Government Issue definitively moved into more adventurous territory. While there are blazing guitars.