Embrace (2) ‎– Embrace

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No 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24 Embrace (2) Embrace(LP, Album, $5.) Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord Records No 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24 US 1987 Sell This Version
DISCHORD N° 24, DISCHORD records 24, № 24 Embrace (2) Embrace(LP, Album, $6.) Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord Records DISCHORD N° 24, DISCHORD records 24, № 24 US 1987 Sell This Version
No 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24 Embrace (2) Embrace(LP, Album, $8.) Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord Records No 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24 US 1987 Sell This Version
No 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24 Embrace (2) Embrace(LP, TP) Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord Records No 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24 US 1987 Sell This Version
DIS24CD Embrace (2) Embrace(CD, Album, RE, $8 ) Dischord Records DIS24CD US 1992 Sell This Version
DIS24C Embrace (2) Embrace(Cass, Album) Dischord Records DIS24C US 1992 Sell This Version
DIS24CD Embrace (2) Embrace(CD, Album, RE, RM) Dischord Records DIS24CD US 2002 Sell This Version
No 24, Dischord No 24, 24 Embrace (2) Embrace(LP, Album, RE, RM) Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord Records No 24, Dischord No 24, 24 US 2009 Sell This Version
Dischord 24 Embrace (2) Embrace(LP, Album, RE, RM, Red) Dischord Records Dischord 24 US 2009 Sell This Version
DIS24CD Embrace (2) Embrace(CD, Album, RE, RM) Dischord Records DIS24CD US 2012 Sell This Version
DIS24CD Embrace (2) Embrace(CD, Album, RE, $9 ) Dischord Records DIS24CD US Unknown Sell This Version

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bladessportsman

June 21, 2016
referencing Embrace, LP, Album, $5., No 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24
This band was Ian singing with The Faith basically, instead of brother Alec. This is peak, focused, inspiring Dischord post-punk, post -hardcore or emo-core if you must. Ian has admitted heavy influence from EMPIRE, a band made up of some ex-Generation X members after Billy Idol went solo, but you could also mention the Ruts & perhaps even something like Echo & the Bunnymen Crocodiles? It's an interesting blend of where Minor Threat was headed & UK post-punk with effects-drenched snake charmer guitars, interesting punk-ish rhythms & Ian's love it/hate it speaking/shouting/crooning (at times?) blaring on top.