Crossed Out ‎– 1990-1993


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993(LP, Comp) Slap A Ham Records #55 US 1999 Sell This Version
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993(CD, Comp) Slap A Ham Records #55 US 1999 Sell This Version
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993(LP, Comp, Ltd, Whi) Slap A Ham Records #55 US 1999 Sell This Version
none Crossed Out 1990-1993(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Zombie Tapes none US 2014 Sell This Version
2017 - cs December Crossed Out 1990-1993(Cass, Album, Ltd, RM, Unofficial) Hope for the Kids 2017 - cs December Indonesia 2017 Sell This Version
#55 Crossed Out 1990-1993(CDr, Comp, Unofficial) Slap A Ham Records #55 US Unknown Sell This Version


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July 31, 2018
referencing 1990-1993, Cass, Comp, Unofficial, none
Holler if you want to part with one. Trade or cash


January 23, 2018
referencing 1990-1993, Cass, Album, Ltd, RM, Unofficial, 2017 - cs December
This is a bootleg. Not sanctioned by the band. Everyone connected to this is a piece of human garbage. THIS IS STEALING FROM THE BAND.


September 19, 2011
referencing 1990-1993, LP, Comp, #55

just found this in the web:

Review by: Jeb
(This review originally appeared in issue #84 of The Crass Menagerie)

CROSSED OUT was in existence for less than three years, during which time
they released only one 7" one split 7" and one split 5". Doesn't seem like
the résumé of one of the most influential bands in extreme hardcore does it?
But without question they were. This CD, which is the first official
CROSSED OUT discography (and then some), is literally a primer of first wave
power violence. CROSSED OUT are a melding of raw thrash, pulverizing grind
and bone jarring heaviness that lurches back and forth between blazing and
plodding in what seemed, at the time it was recorded, like incongruent
randomness but is now easily recognizable as the blueprint for power
violence. As I carefully revisited these tunes while writing this review I
was reminded of how much the CROSSED OUT influence still resounds in the pv
bands of today. I was also astounded to realize that these tunes are as
relevant and listenable now as they were when first released. If these
songs were new they would still be more intense than 99% of the extreme
hardcore currently being released. What that means is this CD is more than
just a history lesson or a curious look back at the roots of power violence,
it is an album that is gonna kick you upside the head! You are going to
want to listen to this CD for what it is, not for what it represents. Hell
this is so vicious that when I put it on my music shelf all the other
hardcore and metal CDs started to cry for their mommy.