Minor Threat ‎– Filler

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Dischord Records ‎– Dischord 3
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Vinyl, 7", EP, Red Sleeve
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First pressing in Red Sleeve, yellow labels, 1000 made.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Dischord 3 Minor Threat Filler(7", EP, RP, Yel) Dischord Records Dischord 3 US 1981 Sell This Version
Dischord 3 Minor Threat Filler(7", EP, TP) Dischord Records Dischord 3 US 1981 Sell This Version
Dischord 3 Minor Threat Filler(7", EP, RP, Blu) Dischord Records Dischord 3 US 1981 Sell This Version
DISCHORD № 3, No. 3 Minor Threat Filler(7", EP, RP, Gre) Dischord Records, Dischord Records DISCHORD № 3, No. 3 US 1981 Sell This Version
Dischord 3 Minor Threat Filler(7", EP, Red) Dischord Records Dischord 3 US 1981 Sell This Version

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Hans_Haug

Hans_Haug

June 14, 2016
Looking for a red sleeve, if anyone has a spare one let me know. Thanks
buddysrecords

buddysrecords

November 22, 2014

There are 2 different lyric sheets the one with `ian dropping microphone` pic is rarest
buddysrecords

buddysrecords

March 20, 2014

some clear and white sleeves were made but with no intention to be released.. mostly unfolded, and most still reside at dischord
Wilall138

Wilall138

February 2, 2014

Saw them at Great Gildersleeves back in 83?
Underrated club next to CB's . Hells Angels started a fight! Minor Threat had the energy and angst! Now where left with Ian the commentator! Him and Howard Cosell Rollins, never shut up!
Still all and all, one of my favorite Hardcore 7"'s !!!
dj_hedgehog

dj_hedgehog

April 22, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
No reviews of one of the most important and influential hardcore records ever made??

Well, there's not much to say which hasn't already been said, but this makes early 80s UK hardcore punk sound like Journey. Fast, brutal hardcore, like a speeded-up, even angrier version of Discharge. Every track's a classic.

Hugely influential, and spawned a thousand imitators, but few came close to the power or influence of Minor Threat. If you claim to be into hardcore and you don't have this record in some form or another, then you probably think Limp Bizkit are hardcore :)