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Label:Dischord Records – No 24, Dischord Records – Dischord No 24, Dischord Records – Dischord Records 24
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Vinyl, LP, Album, $5.00 Postpaid
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Emo, Hardcore

Tracklist

A1Give Me Back
A2Dance Of Days
A3Building
A4Past
A5Spoke
A6Do Not Consider Yourself Free
A7No More Pain
B1I Wish I
B2Said Gun
B3Can't Forgive
B4Money
B5If I Never Thought About It
B6End Of A Year
B7Last Song
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Tracks A1 to B4 recorded 11/85
Tracks B5 to B7 recorded 2/86
All tracks engineered and recorded at Inner Ear Studios
Only 5$ postpaid from Dischord Records
Printed in France

Cat# No 24 appears on the labels
Cat# Dischord No 24 appears on the spine
Cat# Dischord Records appears on the rear of the sleeve

Including a one-sided black and white lyric sheet

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DISCHORD 24-A-1 MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DISCHORD 24 B-1 MPO

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Embrace (LP, Album, $6.00 Postpaid)Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord RecordsDISCHORD N° 24, DISCHORD records 24, № 24US1987
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Embrace (LP, Test Pressing)Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord RecordsNo 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24US1987
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Embrace (LP, Album, $8.00 Postpaid)Dischord Records, Dischord Records, Dischord RecordsNo 24, Dischord No 24, Dischord Records 24US1987
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Embrace (LP, Album, Test Pressing)Dischord RecordsNo 24France1987
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Embrace (CD, Album, Reissue, $8 PPD)Dischord RecordsDIS24CDUS1992

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bladessportsman's avatar
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.