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This is Hardcore Jan 26 2011 w/ Carolyn

Thursday, January 27, 2011

by Caroline Helmers


  1. Introduction by Consular
  2. Unmoved/Compacent by Despise You
  3. Religious War by S-storm
  4. Chainsaw for a Hand by Machine Gun Romantics
  5. Ignorant People by Void
  6. Hidden History by Vaccine
  7. Cult by xBrainiax
  8. Quit by Septic Death
  9. Stain Them by Salvation
  10. I Killed My Family by Brutal Truth (Cover by YDI)
  11. Exorcism by Sex Vid
  12. Infinity by Hatred Surge
  13. Sever the Toe by The Locust
  14. Cold Hands by Gorilla P
  15. Rebirth by Plutocracy
  16. Siege of Power by Napalm Death
  17. Fast Break by Critical Convictions
  18. Maimed and Slaughtered by Discharge
  19. Intro/Two Thousand Years of Pain by Masochrist
  20. Skills by Iron Lung
  21. Dog Eat Dog by Disrupt
  22. Obligatory Jock Slaughter Song by Charles Bronson
  23. Brain Tourniquet by Neanderthal
  24. Strength in your Conviction by Dropdead
  25. Hip Scum by No BS
  26. Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems by Knuckle Scraper
  27. I’m Not Your Boy Next Door, I’m a Psycho by xFilesx
  28. No Time to Waste by The Panix
  29. Walking Where? By Wolf Whistle
  30. F the Future by Rainbow of Death
  31. Human Resources by Cope
  32. Skate Annihilate by Hominid
  33. At War with Human Mess
  34. Inherit the Earth – Human Unkind by California Love
  35. Isolation Tank Daydreams by Peter Mangalore
  36. Whips and Furs by Death Wish Kids (Vibrators cover)
  37. Dead Pig by PHC
  38. Spine I by Cavity
  39. Camoflauge Hairspray by American Cheeseburger
  40. Don’t Touch Me by Ceremony
  41. Self-Affliction by Hivemind


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