Ad Nauseam (2)

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Formed: Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, UK

UK82 hardcore featuring former members of Birth Trauma and The Anihilates.

ORIGINAL LINEUP (1982-84):

Barry Coward - vocals
Keith "Keef" Salmon - guitar
Steve "Colonel" Taylor - bass
Mick Bonseir - drums

OTHER MEMBERS AT VARIOUS TIMES:

Aly - vocals
Mick - guitar
Chris "Turkee" Calloway - drums
Scott Fury - guitar
Brian Barnett - guitar
Barry "Baz" Coombes - bass
Brian "Wheelie" Wheeler - bass
John Haskett - bass
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Ad Nauseam (2) Discography Tracks

Albums

none Ad Nauseam (2) - Ad Nauseam album art Ad Nauseam (2) Ad Nauseam(Cass, Album) Not On Label none UK 1982 Sell This Version
Fight Box 7 Ad Nauseam (2) - Mass Murder Tape album art Ad Nauseam (2) Mass Murder Tape(Cass) Retaliation Records (2) Fight Box 7 UK 1982 Sell This Version
Manic L.0.3 Ad Nauseam (2) - Demo album art Ad Nauseam (2) Demo(Cass, S/Sided) Manic Tapes Manic L.0.3 UK 1984 Sell This Version
none Ad Nauseam (2) - Greatest Show On Earth album art Ad Nauseam (2) Greatest Show On Earth(LP, Album) Not On Label (Ad Nauseam (2) Self-released) none UK 1987 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

FLS 212 Ad Nauseam (2) - Brainstorm album art Ad Nauseam (2) Brainstorm(7", EP) Flicknife Records FLS 212 UK 1983 Sell This Version

Compilations

Ad Nauseam (2) - Bad Noizeam 5 Go Mad Tape album art Ad Nauseam (2) Bad Noizeam 5 Go Mad Tape (Comp) Lethal Dose Tapes UK 1986 Sell This Version
Ad Nauseam (2) - Once Upon A Time.... 1982 / 1984 album art Ad Nauseam (2) Once Upon A Time.... 1982 / 1984 (Comp) Vomitopunkrock Records Spain 2017 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none Ad Nauseam (2) 2nd Demo(Cass, Promo) Not On Label (Ad Nauseam (2) Self-released) none UK 1982 Sell This Version
none Ad Nauseam (2) - Straining At The Leash Tape album art Ad Nauseam (2) Straining At The Leash Tape(Cass, S/Sided) Not On Label (Ad Nauseam (2) Self-released) none UK 1985 Sell This Version
none Ad Nauseam (2) - Pandemonium album art Ad Nauseam (2) Pandemonium(Cass, S/Sided) Not On Label none UK 1986 Sell This Version

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Alex88F

Alex88F

February 3, 2018
A band that went through different style changes, albeith remaining punk during the process - from starting from dirgy anarcho punk, they moved soon into a weird and fierce DISORDER-style band, completed with the screaming and the buzzsaw noises and tempos, and growing both in the musical and the vocal department, but still on a cave-dwelling punk level. An "evolution" followed by the release of the "Pandemonium" demo - they started to sound a little bit more "technically advanced" (is still punk, so take this term with a grain of salt) and "metal" (not really, think of later Anti System playing DISORDER, or Exploited jamming with the cider drinking chaos punks previously mentioned and you got the idea).The album in itself - "The Greatest Show On Earth" - has a protocrust kind of vibe, starting from the cover (can't tell if the lads were into Dungeons & Dragons, for the look of things) , some cool UK82/metal soloing that some japanese bands obliviously stole after, and burly vocals - a slower piece closes the album, and so does with this review. A shame they didnt evolved a bit, they exploded and some members went on with a thrash band i dont remember.

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