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DischargeFight Back

Genre:Rock
Style:Punk, Hardcore
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Tracklist

Fight Back
War's No Fairytale
Always Restrictions
You Take Part In Creating This System
Religion Instigates

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    Cover of Fight Back, 1980, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – clay 3UK1980UK1980
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Fight Back, 1980, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – Clay 3UK1980UK1980
    New Submission
    Cover of Fight Back, 1980, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP, Anti-slip Ring
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – clay 3UK1980UK1980
    New Submission
    Cover of Fight Back, 1980, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP, Stereo
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – clay 3UK1980UK1980
    New Submission
    Cover of Fight Back, 1980, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP, White Label
    Clay Records – CLAY 3UK1980UK1980
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    Cover of Fight Back, 1981, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP, Repress
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – clay 3UK1981UK1981
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Fight Back, 1981, VinylFight Back
    7", EP, 45 RPM, Repress
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – clay 3UK1981UK1981
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    Cover of Fight Back, 1981, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP, Misprint, Repress, Alternate Cover
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – clay 3UK1981UK1981
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    Cover of Fight Back, 1981, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP, Repress
    Clay Records – CLAY 3, Clay Records – clay 3UK1981UK1981
    Cover of Fight Back, 2011-12-00, VinylFight Back
    7", EP, 45 RPM, Reissue, Limited Edition, White
    Havoc Records – HC7053US2011US2011
    Cover of Fight Back, 2011-12-00, VinylFight Back
    7", 45 RPM, EP, Reissue
    Havoc Records – HC7053US2011US2011
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    • jaked67's avatar
      jaked67
      I wasn't really into music when I was young, Not until I heard the Sex Pistols for the first time, That was it, Punk Rock was the music for me. Then someone gave me Fight Back, I remember going home and placing
      it on my crappy turntable. Holy shit I thought, this makes everything else I've been listening to sound fucking well tame.
      I never listened to much of the earlier punk bands much after that, I just kept on discovering faster noisier Hardcore Punk, Discharge's first 5 or 6 records were awesome, I really hated watching them transform into the band that they became, and deep down they must have
      felt bad about it too, It was great to see they had reformed and had gone back to their roots, Rat from the varukers was perfect
      • kingofpunk's avatar
        kingofpunk
        The perfect punk 7"

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