Someone's Gonna Get Their Head to Believe

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Culled almost entirely from two important, early-'80s So-Cal punk compilations, this CD is red hot a decade later. This is 15/18ths of 1982's Someone Got Their Head Kicked In all but the three Blades tracks, which though good were the least of the LP, and 10/16ths of 1984's Something to Believe In missing are the tracks by Unwanted -- L.A.'s, not 1977 London's -- Tourists, Youth Youth Youth, Young Lions, Zeroption, and D.O.A.; some good, some eh, though D.O.A.'s hot, funny "Tits on the Beach" -- another look at that same subject as the Stranglers' "Peaches" -- is sadly missed. Though it's likely an issue of rights to the material for re-release, it would have been better to ...
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All Music Guide - Jack Rabid
Culled almost entirely from two important, early-'80s So-Cal punk compilations, this CD is red hot a decade later. This is 15/18ths of 1982's Someone Got Their Head Kicked In all but the three Blades tracks, which though good were the least of the LP, and 10/16ths of 1984's Something to Believe In missing are the tracks by Unwanted -- L.A.'s, not 1977 London's -- Tourists, Youth Youth Youth, Young Lions, Zeroption, and D.O.A.; some good, some eh, though D.O.A.'s hot, funny "Tits on the Beach" -- another look at that same subject as the Stranglers' "Peaches" -- is sadly missed. Though it's likely an issue of rights to the material for re-release, it would have been better to reissue the two LPs as was, rather than stripping them of nine tracks to replace them with six songs albeit equally good ones from later BYO releases. From Head Kicked In, the two old, pre-first LP demos by the Adolescents are vital, great-sounding punk history, plus the 1982 Social Distortion's otherwise unknown masher "Mass Hysteria," a couple of the finest Youth Brigade songs -- including "Look in the Mirror," which should have made one of the two versions of its debut LP Sound and Fury the next year. The two tracks by the Joneses the L.A. Dolls' rock, not the later crap Joneses are fun, Aggression still rocks, and Battallion of Saints shreds. From Something, there's no arguing with Channel 3's proud punk-pop "Indian Summer," which came just before the bandmembers became alcoholics and got into the Alarm. And best of all, the Nils' stunning "Scratches and Needles," one of the defining moments by Montreal's best band ever, is so good it was the opening track on that LP despite the band's obscurity they should've used the original version from the stupidly limited-edition, 300-print Now EP cassette, which is even more awesome. Youth Brigade again and Personality Crisis are terrific. If you care at all about U.S. classic punk, this is a super guide because it has so many great songs in one place by so many great bands. The BYO's Stern brothers of Youth Brigade had ears for melodies and tunes were abundant in L.A. and Canada back then, and that's why it's dated well.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/27/1994
  • Label: Better Youth Org.
  • UPC: 020282002622
  • Catalog Number: 26

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Violence - Youth Brigade (2:43)
  2. 2 Intense Energy - Agression (1:34)
  3. 3 Beefmasters - Battalion of Saints (1:13)
  4. 4 Pillbox - The Joneses (2:17)
  5. 5 In the Night - Bad Religion (3:22)
  6. 6 Dear John Letter - Agression (1:55)
  7. 7 No More Lies - Battalion of Saints (1:23)
  8. 8 Who's Who - The Adolescents (1:25)
  9. 9 Mass Hysteria - Social Distortion (2:40)
  10. 10 Graveyard Rock - The Joneses (2:27)
  11. 11 Boys in the Brigade - Youth Brigade (2:03)
  12. 12 Rat Race - Agression (1:33)
  13. 13 Wrecking Crew - The Adolescents (1:56)
  14. 14 Look in the Mirror - Youth Brigade (2:14)
  15. 15 Cops Are Out - Battalion of Saints (1:28)
  16. 16 Scratches & Needles - The Nils (2:45)
  17. 17 Silent Scream - Rigor Mortis (2:06)
  18. 18 History - Big Boys (2:27)
  19. 19 Pyramids - Kraut (1:22)
  20. 20 Care - Youth Brigade (3:24)
  21. 21 Victims of the Womanizer - SNFU (2:31)
  22. 22 Piss on You - Personality Crisis (2:59)
  23. 23 Indian Summer - Channel 3 (3:58)
  24. 24 Out of Touch - 7 Seconds (1:47)
  25. 25 Foreign Policy - Stretch Marks (1:29)
  26. 26 San Francisco - Smarties (1:57)
  27. 27 The War Goes On - Hungry For What (3:27)
  28. 28 Tragedy in E - Jr. Gone Wild (3:07)
  29. 29 Hey Pachuco! - Royal Crown Revue (3:08)
  30. 30 Who's Life Is It Anyway? - That's It! (2:34)
  31. 31 One in Five - Youth Brigade (2:30)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Adolescents Track Performer
Bad Religion Track Performer
Jr. Gone Wild Track Performer
Michael McDonald Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Rigor Mortis Track Performer
Social Distortion Track Performer
Agression Track Performer
Big Boys Track Performer
Channel 3 Track Performer
Kraut Track Performer
The Nils Track Performer
7 Seconds Track Performer
Smarties Track Performer
SNFU Track Performer
Youth Brigade Track Performer
Royal Crown Revue Track Performer
Battalion of Saints Track Performer
Joe Drums
That's It! Track Performer
Frank Agnew Guitar
Jay Bentley Bass Guitar
Brent Bass
Brett Gurewitz Guitar
Buzz Bass
Tony Cadena Vocals
Bob Clark Bass
Mitch Dean Drums
Derrick Drums
Dik Vocals
Kim Gardner Guitar
Chris Gates Bass, Vocals
Greg Graffin Vocals
Jean Rhythm Guitar
Tim Kerr Guitar, Vocals
Jay Lansford Bass, Vocals
Mike Magrann Guitar, Vocals
Mark Bass
Troy Mowat Drums
Fred Schultz Drums
Kevin Seconds Vocals
Steve Soto Bass
Adam Stern Bass, Vocals
The Dove Bass, Vocals
Stan Watkins Trumpet
Mat Young Drums
Steve Youth Bass
Mitch Vocals
Mr. Chi Pig Vocals
Steve Olson Bass
Chris Smith Guitar
Mando Dorame Tenor Saxophone
Muc Guitar
Alex Soria Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Bill Ungerman Baritone Saxophone
Eddie Nichols Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Dan Pozniak Guitar
Mark Stern Drums, Vocals
Shawn Stern Guitar, Vocals, Noise
George Anthony Vocals
Mark Phillips Guitar, Vocals
Don Cowsan Bass, Vocals
Philip Cubin Guitar, Vocals
Edward Jerzy Dobek Drums, Vocals
Karim Dormeyer Guitar
Johnny Feedback Drums, Vocals
Peter Feinstone Drums
Chico Fit Bass
Jens Gallmeyer Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Mark Hickey Vocals
Henry Knowles Guitar
Chris Prettyman Drums
Jimmy Roid Bass
Jeff Scandal Guitar, Vocals
Bunt Guitar
Doug Holland Guitar, Vocals
Jamie Stern Alto Saxophone
Andy Hadel Bass, Vocals
Mark Aber Drums
James Anchor Guitar, Tenor Saxophone
The Joneses Track Performer
C. Smith Vocals
Mike Guitar, Vocals
Mike McDonald Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Dennis Frame Bass
Ted Olson Drums
Netz Guitar, Vocals
RES Vocals
Steve Houston Guitar
Dave Lawson Guitar, Vocals
Mike Knox Bass
Tom Withers Drums, Vocals
Terry Toner Drums
Dennis Guitar
Technical Credits
Bad Religion Producer, Engineer
Kraut Producer
Smarties Producer
Joe Contributor
Bill Contributor
Donnell Cameron Engineer
Gary Hirstius Producer
Jimmy Contributor
Jay Lansford Producer
James Mankey Producer, Engineer
Ryk Oakley Producer, Engineer
Joe Peccerillo Engineer
Michael Polten Engineer
Geoff Turner Composer
Rey Washam Composer
Steve Brenner Engineer
Voco Fauxpas Engineer
Thom Wilson Producer, Engineer
Bill Ungerman Horn Arrangements
Pushead Cover Art
Shawn Stern Producer
Rich Freund Engineer
Gregory T. Heap Engineer
Dave Mockford Engineer
Rusty Striff Engineer
James Anchor Contributor
Scott Gibson Engineer
Tom Withers Producer
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