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Thrasher Magazine ‎- SKATE ROCK VOLUME 3 Wild Riders Of Boards Compilation

WILD RIDERS ON BOARDS SKATE COMP

Rare Vinyl Alert: Thrasher Magazine ‎- SKATE ROCK VOLUME 3 Wild Riders Of Boards Compilation

You might now be old enough to remember, but was back in 1985, Thrasher Magazine put out a series of compilation albums. They were die-cut like skateboards and featured up and coming punk and hardcore bands.

Here is the insert from Skate Rock V3…

To Find Out Where They Are Now Lets First See Some History

Up Side (Side A)

  • A1 – Slam (18) – Wild Riders Of Boards
  • A2 – Boneless Ones – The Keg Kept A Flowin’
  • A3 – Christ On Parade – Don’t Draft Me
  • A4 – Septic Death – Thaw (Cold War)
  • A5 – Slam (18) – Jorden Den Ar Var
  • A6 – No Rules – The Fall
  • A7 – Christ On Parade – My Life
  • A8 – Beyond Possession – Skater’s Life

Down Side (Side B)

  • B1 – Septic Death – Burial
  • B2 – Corrosion Of Conformity – What?
  • B3 – Accused – Take No Prisoners
  • B4 – Beyond Possession – My Disease
  • B5 – Corrosion Of Conformity – Not For Me
  • B6 – Corrosion Of Conformity – Citizen
  • B7 – Accused – Splatter Rock
  • B8 – Accused – W.C.A.L.T.
  • B9 – Gang Green – Skate To Hell

Listen To The Accused “Splatter Rock” from the Album

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Wild Riders Of Boards Arts from The Original Issue

Credits and Indentifiers

This is the information courtesy of Discogs on this release.
https://www.discogs.com/Various-Skate-Rock-Volume-3-Wild-Riders-Of-Boards/release/2160021

Notes

Die-cut cover in the shape of a skateboard.
Poster insert with band contacts, credits, and pictures included.

Some copies pressed on green vinyl.

Listed as “Thrasher Magazine’s Skaterock Vol. Three – Wild Riders Of Boards” on spine.

Mastering company uncredited, identified by the matrix etchings.
Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): Skaterock III – A B-22093 Kdisc SLM ∆ 10934 I-
Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): Skaterock III – B B-22094 Kdisc SLM ∆ 10934-X I-
Matrix / Runout (Side B, Allied Record Company stamped logo): ɑ

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Carnivore – Carnivore Debut LP Featuring Peter Steele Type O Negative

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Carnivore is the first studio album by the crossover thrash band Carnivore. It was released in 1985 through Roadrunner Records.

Tracklisting

“Predator” (4:33)
“Carnivore” (3:22)
“Male Supremacy” (7:31)
“Armageddon” (4:14)
“Legion of Doom” (3:31)
“God Is Dead” (4:13)
“Thermonuclear Warrior” (5:38)
“World Wars III and IV” (10:13)
“U.S.A. for the U.S.A.” (demo) (3:32) – Reissue only
“S.M.D.” (demo) (2:17) – Reissue only
“Sex and Violence” (demo) (5:19) – Reissue only

carnivore band first album line-up

Band Line Up

Lord Petrus Steele – Vocals, Bass
Keith Alexander – Guitar, Vocals
Louis Beateaux – Drums, Percussion, Vocals

Produced By Norman Dunn (bonus tracks produced by Peter Steele)
Engineered By Norman Dunn (2)
Mixed By Norman Dunn & Michael Marciano
Re-Mastered By George Marino

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D.R.I. ‎– 4 Of A Kind LP First Press Metal Blade Records DRI

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Ludichrist Classic Album “Powertrip” – A Thrash Masterpiece You Probably Missed!

Ludichrist Powertrip Vinyl LP Thrash Metal ORIGINAL PRESSING Combat 88561-8246-1

Ludichrist: “This Party Sucks” from Powertrip 1988!

Ludichrist was a hardcore punk/crossover thrash metal 5 piece from Long Island New York. Their album they are best-known for in 1988’s Powertrip on Combat Records! Just the song “This Party Sucks” makes the album worth listening to, but it just so happens the whole LP is awesome!

Listen To “This Party Sucks” On YouTube

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Original 1988 Powertrip Album Artwork and Sleeve

This is the original pressing on Combat Records and it is extremely rare. If you see someone trying to pawn off this album as colored vinyl for using some other cheesy marketing strategy — it is a reissue! This is the artwork from original thrash metal relic from the 1980s on Combat Records!

Side A

Powertrip
Zad
Stuff To Fill Graves
The Tip Of My Mind
Damage Done
T.B.O.S. (Barbiere Di Siviglia)

Side B

This Party Sucks
Johnnypump
Yesterday For You
And So It Goes
The Well Dressed Man Disguise

Ludichrist Line-Up 1988

Vocals – Tommy Christ
Bass – Mike Walters*
Drums – Dave Miranda
Guitar – Glen Cummings, Paul Nieder
Piano – Tom Morris

Other Indentifiers

SKU: 88561-8246-1
Barcode: 088561-8246-17
Matrix / Runout: (A-side etched) 88561-8246-I-A stamped:Fullersound
Matrix / Runout: (B-side etched) 88561-8246-I-A stamped:Fullersound

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Biohazard (First Album / Self Titled) 1990

biohazard band metal NYC hardcore

Everything You Didn’t Know About Biohazard, but Were Afraid To Ask

“Biohazard” was the self-titled debut album by New York thrash metal/crossover band of the same name It was released on June 30, 1990, by Maze Records.

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Some Interesting Bioharzard Facts

  • Singer Evan Seinfeld’s second cousin is Jerry Seinfeld
  • Very early in their Biohazard had songs like “Master Race” and “America” which labeled the band as Nazi/racist. Singer Evan Seinfeld would explain the lyrics were just for shock value to impress Peter Steele from Carnivore. Obviously, they couldn’t be that neo-Nazi as both Evan Seinfeld and Billy Graziadei are Jewish.
  • “Wrong Side of the Tracks” and “Hold My Own” were rerecorded for the band’s second album Urban Discipline. The 2004 remaster features a different cover than the original 1990 pressing.
  • Singer/bassist Evan Seinfeld was married to adult film star Tera Patrick for a brief period of time.
  • Sen Dog from Cypress Hill appears on the son “How It Is” on the “State Of The World Address” album.
  • Evan Seinfeld was on a VH1 reality show “Supergroup” with Ted Nugent, Scott Ian (Anthrax), and Sebastian Bach.
  • The song “Wrong Side Of The Tracks” was on this album and then recorded again on “Urban Discipline”, citing royalty payment problems with Maze.
  • After a brief reunion of the classic line-up in 2008, Evan Seinfeld was dismissed from the band and replaced by Scott Roberts.

Listen To The Full Biohazard Debut On YouTube

LISTEN TO THE FIR BIOHAZARD ALBUM IN FULL ON YOUTUBE

BIOHARZARD ORGINAL ALBUM ARTWORK

Biohazard Line-Up Circa 1990:

Evan Seinfeld – vocals, bass
Billy Graziadei – guitar, vocals
Bobby Hambel – guitar
Danny Schuler – drums

Tracklisting
No | Title | Length

  1. “Retribution” 4:26
  2. “Victory” 2:29
  3. “Blue Blood” 2:29
  4. “Howard Beach” 2:09
  5. “Wrong Side of the Tracks” 3:54
  6. “Justified Violence” 4:09
  7. “Skinny Song” 2:27
  8. “Hold My Own” 2:38
  9. “Pain” 2:35
  10. “Panic Attack” 3:30
  11. “Survival of the Fittest” 2:16
  12. “There & Back” 4:02
  13. “Scarred for Life” 4:15

Total length: 41:23

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CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER – Convicted LP 1986 “Mutually Assured Destruction”

cryptic slaughter band photo 1986

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER?

Cryptic Slaughter was formed in 1984 by Les Evans (age 17), Scott Peterson (age 14) and Adam Scott (age 15), who met through their mutual participation in the American Youth Soccer League (AYSO). Soon they were joined by Bill Crooks (age 15), a friend of Adam Scott and a fellow soccer player. Adam Scott was let go a few months later due to conflicts regarding his parents and school. (Source: Wikipedia)

Their first demo, Life in Grave, was produced in 1985 and became well circulated in the burgeoning tape-trader underground. Their first full-length LP, Convicted, was released in 1986 on Death/Metal Blade records, whose artist roster also boasted D.R.I., Corrosion of Conformity, Dr. Know, The Mentors, and Beyond Possession. Within its first year of release, Convicted sold over 25,000 copies and earned Cryptic Slaughter the reputation as being one of the fastest bands in hardcore.

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THESE GUYS RANKED IN MY LIST OF METAL BANDS THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN BIGGER

Convicted Tracklist

1 M.A.D.
2 Little World
3 Sudden Death
4 Lowlife
5 Rage To Kill
6 Rest In Pain
7 Nuclear Future
8 State Control
9 Hypocrite
10 War To The Knife
11 Nation Of Hate
12 Black And White
13 Reich Of Torture
14 Convicted
15 Flesh Of The Wench 2:36
16 Necessity Supreme 2:45
17 Life In Grave 1:36
18 War To The Knife 2:17
19 Rest In Pain 3:34
20 Set Your Own Pace 2:19
21 Positively 2:29
22 Black And White
23 Lowlife

Cryptic Slaughter Line Up 1985

Bill Crooks – Vocals
Les Evans – Guitars
Rob “Blasko” Nicholson – Bass, Vocals (backing)
Scott Peterson – Drums

STILL WONDERING WHAT HAPPENED TO CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER?

HERE IS A PICTURE OF GUITAR PLAYER LES EVANS TODAY!