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FugaziRepeater

Label:Dischord Records – DISCHORD 44, Dischord Records – DIS44, Dischord Records – Dischord 44
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Punk, Indie Rock, Post-Hardcore

Tracklist

A1Turnover
A2Repeater
A3Brendan #1
A4Merchandise
A5Blueprint
B1Sieve-Fisted Find
B2Greed
B3Two Beats Off
B4Styrofoam
B5Reprovisional
B6Shut The Door
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Notes

Issued with a printed inner-sleeve with band photos/lyrics, and a two-sided, black-&-white Dischord catalog insert.

spine:
DISCHORD 44

back cover:
DIS44
Made in France

This lp is $6.°° postpaid from
[Dischord records logo]
3819 Beecher St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20007

EFA LP07348|06 (distribution sticker)

labels:
Dischord 44
All Songs © 1990

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout; variant 1): DISCHORD 44A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout; variant 1): DISCHORD 44B MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - etched; variant 2): DISCHORD 44 A2 MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - etched; variant 2): DISCHORD 44 B1 MPO

Other Versions (5 of 14)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Repeater (Cassette, Album)Dischord RecordsDischord 44-CUS1990
Repeater (LP, Album, White Label)Dischord Records, Dischord RecordsDISCHORD 44, DISCHORD44UK, Europe & US1990
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Repeater (Cassette, Album)Dischord RecordsDischord 44-CUS1990
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Repeater (Cassette, Album)Dischord RecordsDischord 44-CUS1990
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Repeater (LP, Test Pressing)Dischord RecordsDISCHORD 4144US1990

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Reviews

  • skoolbus's avatar
    skoolbus
    Man, $6.00 postpaid for Repeater. We had it so good.
    • InfiniteIngest's avatar
      Such an amazing album and this pressing is without flaw. Lally and Canty leaping out of the speakers.
      • anothermail888's avatar
        1,2,3 repeater..... 1,2,3 repeater. I always liked this band because they played against each other instead of most bands sticking with one key (usually E's or B's and stuff) They changed it up. And the guitar players knew how to complement each other. Like Heatmiser or Captain Beefheart. It was never a dull moment, and it never was boring. Not a whole lot of bands do this kind of thing anymore. I would absolutely suggest this album and I also really liked In on the kill taker also. It has been a long time since I have heard Margin Walker or Fugazi/Fugazi my tape player died a few years ago. But I also remember those tapes as really great. Bought them at Ozone Records in portland oregon (it's gone now as well as Big Bang used clothing and Umbra Penumbra :(.
        • Zucchini99's avatar
          Zucchini99
          Whats up with the album missing the three last songs that are on the album on Spotify?
          • Rockdownnerd's avatar
            Rockdownnerd
            1,2,3....Repeater! One of the best ever. Musical high point of my life catching them play at The Real Flash Gordon's in Cleveland -- now a Walgreen's. Changed my music consumption and political trajectory forever.
            • harakeric69's avatar
              harakeric69
              speaking of classic : provocative post hardcore about speed control and loop *****
              • Gundozer's avatar
                Gundozer
                the best of the best.....albums and band.

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