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The Disrupters

The Disrupters were a anarcho-punk band formed in late 1980. The band became involved with influential band and recording label, Crass, and released an early version of their song titled 'Napalm' on 'Bullshit Detector'. The band began recording in 1981 at Whitehouse Studios. The Disrupters later disbanded in 1988 after becoming unhappy with the "scene". Line Up:
Steve - Vocals
Dave - Bass
Kev - Drums
Gibbon - Guitar Discography:
Bullshit Detector V/A LP
Crass Records 1980

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The Freeze

There is more than one band with this name: 1) The Freeze is an east coast melodic hardcore band that has been a twisted beacon of energy in the hardcore punk scene for over 20 years. After their formation in 1979 and release of the "I Hate Tourists" Ep in 1980 they recorded the famous song "This Is Boston, Not LA" which became the title of the now infamous comp Lp. Although thought of as a Boston band they were originally from the Cape Cod area.

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Madball

The nyhc band Madball originated back in the late 1980s, as a side project of legendary NYHC outfit Agnostic Front (Where none other than AF's frontman Roger Miret would let his little brother Freddy "Madball" Cricien take the microphone on lead vocals during AF shows). After releasing the "Ball of Destruction" single in 1989, the buzz around the streets was the question of when was Madball going to play next gave birth to an early version of the band playing live on other bills then just AF shows.

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Infest

There are mutliple artists with this name: 1) Infest was an influential American hardcore punk band, formed in Los Angeles, CA from 1986 to 1996. They were instrumental in pioneering powerviolence, a musical cross-breeding of hardcore, sludge, thrashcore/fastcore, and grindcore. Members were Joe Denunzio (vocals), Matt Domino (guitar), Dave Ring (bass) and Chris Clift (drums). The band , while not coining the term powerviolence, were definitely pioneers of it.

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Picture Frame Seduction

Picture Frame Seduction formed in 1978 in Haverfordwest in West Wales playing the same style of punk music as counterparts The Partisans from Bridgend. The band was called The Frames until 1979 when they recorded their first demo and in particular a very fast version of Pearl Harbour. The band have been hit by tragedy and intrigue over the years with deaths of fans at shows and band members going missing or dying.

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The Fight

There are 3 bands named "The Fight". The first:
The Fight is a pop-punk band founded in 2000 in Dudley, UK. The band consists of singer and guitarist Kate Turley (a member of the 21st Century Girls six years earlier), drummer Jack Turley (her younger brother), bassist Matt Vale and guitarist Scott Milner (formerly of Wolverhampton-based pop-punk troupe ZeroPointSix). In 2002, New Found Glory’s road crew overheard them busking outside a gig in Leicester. When NFG’s guitarist, Chad Gilbert, heard their record he invited them to support them in London and took their demo to several labels.

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