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DischargeHear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing

Label:Clay Records – CLAY LP 3
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Hardcore, Punk

Tracklist

A1Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
A2The Nightmare Continues
A3The Final Blood Bath
A4Protest And Survive
A5I Won't Subscribe
A6Drunk With Power
A7Meanwhile
B1A Hell On Earth
B2Cries Of Help
B3The Possibility Of Life's Destruction
B4Q: And Children? A: And Children
B5The Blood Runs Red
B6Free Speech For The Dumb
B7The End
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Notes

Front sleeve note: 'Pay no more than ₤3.99'.

Gatefold sleeve with lyrics.

Original sound recording by Clay Records.
Publishing Clay/Intersong
© 1982

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A, variant 1): BACK WITH BILBO CLAY-LP-3-A2 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B, variant 1): TOTAL BLITZ BILBO TAPEONE CLAY-LP-3-B2 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A, variant 2): > BACK WITH BILBO CLAY-LP-3-A2 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B, variant 2): X TOTAL BLITZ BILBO TAPEONE CLAY-LP-3-B2 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A, variant 3): 3 BACK WITH BILBO CLAY-LP-3-A² DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B, variant 3): O TOTAL BLITZ BILBO TAPEONE CLAY-LP-3-B² DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A, variant 4): W BACK WITH BILBO CLAY-LP-3-A² DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B, variant 4): Y TOTAL BLITZ BILBO TAPEONE CLAY-LP-3-B² DAMONT

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (Cassette, Album)Clay RecordsCLAY LP 3UK1982
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Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (LP, Album)Vap35102-25Japan1983
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Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (LP, Album, Promo)Vap35102-25Japan1983
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Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (LP, Album, Repress, Gatefold)Clay RecordsCLAY LP 3UK1984
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Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (LP, Album, Repress, Gatefold)Clay RecordsCLAY LP 3UK1984

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  • Lautreamont's avatar
    Lautreamont
    Edited 10 months ago
    This is the original source image for the album cover: https://i.imgur.com/v3uutj8.jpg
    Designed by Red Dragon Print Collective from 1975 for the Radical Alternative to Prison Charity. Red Dragon Print Collective was started by the Weather Underground Organization. The Weather Underground was a far-left militant organization first active in 1969.
    • Lautreamont's avatar
      Lautreamont
      Edited one year ago
      So what's the best reissue vinyl version of this album? I have an early Clay pressing from the 80s but I played it to death.
      • domicd's avatar
        domicd
        Edited one year ago
        Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing from 1982 is not only extreme, brutal, angry, hyper speed, hardcore punk, its also combined with extreme metal that sent an influence on thrash, extreme and brutal metal bands that followed. To this day when I play it (where I increase the bass to maximum), it still sounds like an extreme or brutal metal album to me. I remember in a record store in 1982 when I was a teenager, the owner that I knew said that some of his customers don't know if this album is hardcore punk or metal. If you were to give a listen to The End, it has a metal intro and at 0:18 the guitar chords and bass changes to extreme metal. The Blood Runs Red also has a metal intro then at 0:22 the guitar and bass change to an extreme doom metal sound. Cries of Help, this is a brutal track as the guitar chords and bass change from fast punk playing to extreme or brutal metal at 0:18 amongst the hyper speed and brutality, that sounds alot like extreme or even black or death metal since alot of black or death metal songs sound like this. And of course there are alot of metal guitar leads throughout this album. Protest and Survive is one of the very first cross-over from brutal hardcore punk to metal songs recorded, with its chug chug metal guitars combined with hardcore punk. This is the very best extreme, brutal, hyper speed, angry, hardcore punk and metal album ever recorded with well written angry songs and angry lyrics.

        • 33rpmbrk's avatar
          33rpmbrk
          Edited one year ago
          Simply the single greatest hardcore punk release of all time (with G.I. by The Germs and Pick Your King by Poison Idea being runners up)
          • Lautreamont's avatar
            Lautreamont
            Edited 2 years ago
            This is a 5 star album if there ever was one. This release is it's own genre and created awe and amazement for every fan of heavy metal I ever played it for in the 80s.
            • anh1's avatar
              anh1
              y'know, & just to ask cuz i dont recall ever seeing it talked about, but uh what exactly is that 4th panel on the cover art? for all the years ive known this album i dont think i ever knew... it looks like, a man's head exploding, with a warhead falling down the middle.. also looks like a skeleton, like a bird skeleton
              • NWpunx's avatar
                NWpunx
                Simply the best! Relentless hardcore noise, stripped down lyrics, political message, killer artwork. 1000's of bands have been inspired by them and play in a similar style. One of the most significant bands in the history of punk next to The Sex Pistols and The Ramones. Discharge, [SUB]HUM[ANS], CRASS are the most significant bands of the early 1980s UK punk scene.

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