Orchid (3)Chaos Is Me

Label:Ebullition Records (2) – ebullition #45
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album
Style:Hardcore, Emo


A1Le Désordre, C'est Moi
A2Aesthetic Dialectic
A3In G And E
A4New Jersey Vs. Valhalla
A5Weekend At The Fire Academy
B1The Action Index
B2Death Of A Modernist
B3Boy With No Arms
B4Invasion U.S.A.
B5Epilogue Of A Carcrash

Companies, etc.



Recorded in the spring of 1999 at God City.

Foldout lyric CD-sized sheet.

'Mastered at' Greg Lee Processing means here 'Processed at'. GLP identified with matrix.
Cutting facility and engineer also derived from matrix.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): EBULLITION #45 - SIDE A REAGANOMICS KILLING ME F/W GSV L-51682
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): EBULLITION #45 - SIDE B UP THE FUCKING PUNKS F/W GSV L-51682x

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Chaos Is Me (12", 45 RPM, Album, Red Translucent)Ebullition Records (2)Ebullition #45US1999
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Chaos Is Me (12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Tour Cover)Ebullition Records (2)Ebullition #45US1999



  • Raito-senpai's avatar
    Anybody has any info on where I can buy/order this and their other stuff in europe?
    • rotzbouw's avatar
      Edited 3 years ago
      I have a copy with the same cover, black vinyl, identical matrix/runout writings but with the larger foldout lyric sheet (two coffins on the outside, lyrics, etc on inside). Does anyone have information on that? Cheers!

      EDIT: I submitted a separate release at Orchid (3) - Chaos Is Me
      • NWpunx's avatar
        Edited 7 years ago
        I think I've seen this record cover many times over the years but never heard the band or record before. I like it. The record cover throws me off because it looks like something Epitaph or a mainstream label would have put out. I never would have guessed it was a noisy as fuck and pissed punk record full of venom. Yum! They didn't play bands like this on our local punk radio show back in the 90s / early 00s. The only time I've ever heard bands like this on the radio is when there is one person who is really into this type of hardcore or whatever name you want to give it and the DJ will play a handful of bands like this at like 3, 4 or 5 AM and then the show is never on again and if you don't write the band names down then you'll never hear them again.
        • dcevans91's avatar
          black vinyl tour cover part deux is numbered up to 200.


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