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  1. BEACH SLANG- "The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us" CD

    BEACH SLANG- "The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us" CD

    $10.00

    Over the past two years Beach Slang have proved themselves as a band who can write memorable songs, share that energy live and create a community of like-minded fans but they've always been missing one important element: An album. Luckily the band's full-length is the culmination of their collective career and picks up where their two critically acclaimed 7-inches left off. CD. Learn More
  2. CRUSADES- "This Is A Sickness & Sickness Will End" CD

    CRUSADES- "This Is A Sickness & Sickness Will End" CD

    $10.00

    CD version of the third record from Ottawa's Crusades. This is what Dave had to say about the new record. "Thematically, we didn't stray entirely from our recurring 'spiritual' questioning, but this time around I chose to reflect on the loss of two parents within the same year and many of the very human anxieties surrounding mortality that came along with that. In addition to my own family's various coping strategies (from my own atheism to others' deeply held religious beliefs), I looked to many of my favourite poets' and lyricists' own reflections on death and loss, comparing their written experiences to my/our own, attempting to highlight the universality of mortality throughout time and culture." Musically, we wanted to expand further on what we did with the last record, getting further away from the relatively basic melodic punk rock of our earliest stuff and incorporating more influence from artists whose music we feel is as emotive/dynamic as their lyricism: Cave In, Between Earth & Sky, Sunny Day Real Estate/The Fire Theft, The Spectacle/Kollwitz, Four Hundred Years, etc. Learn More
  3. FIFTEEN- "Swains First Bike Ride" CD

    FIFTEEN- "Swains First Bike Ride" CD

    $12.00

    Dead Broke Rekerds is absolutely stoked to announce definitive reissues by Berkeley, California-based punk band, FIFTEEN. From the ashes of east bay legends, Crimpshrine, came Fifteen. These records changed our lives (here at Dead Broke) and the socially conscious lyrics touched & taught us in ways music would seldom again throughout the years. Fifteen formed in 1988 during the tail end of a Crimpshrine tour. After Crimpshrine broke up, Fifteen started playing shows. Fifteen embarked on their first tour in the summer of 1989, and recorded their debut EP in April 1990 for Lookout! Records. Fifteen went on their first US tour in the summer of 1990, playing shows with Filth & Fugazi. "Swain's First Bike Ride" is their first full-length album, recorded in December 1990. Originally released on 12" vinyl in 1991 on Lookout! Records. CD edition contains the band's self-titled EP from the previous year as bonus tracks, just like the Lookout original disc, which was released a year later in 1992. (CD & Tape version include updated artwork to match original record art.) We've maticulously kept these reissues as true to the original releases as we possibly could, while the songs have taken on a new life with a 2017 remastering. Gloriously restored & remastered from the original reel-to-reel master tapes by Carl Saff at Saff Mastering. Astounding artwork restoration by Hugo Fitzgerald, face-lifted from the original hand-made art. (Edition of 300 Jewel-case CDs) Learn More
  4. FIFTEEN- "The Choice Of A New Generation" CD

    FIFTEEN- "The Choice Of A New Generation" CD

    $12.00

    Dead Broke Rekerds is absolutely stoked to announce definitive reissues by Berkeley, California-based punk band, FIFTEEN. From the ashes of east bay legends, Crimpshrine, came Fifteen. These records changed our lives (here at Dead Broke) and the socially conscious lyrics touched & taught us in ways music would seldom again throughout the years. Fifteen formed in 1988 during the tail end of a Crimpshrine tour. After Crimpshrine broke up, Fifteen started playing shows. Fifteen embarked on their first tour in the summer of 1989, and recorded their debut s/t EP in April 1990 for Lookout! Records. Fifteen went on their first US tour in the summer of 1990, playing shows with Filth & Fugazi. They released their first album ("Swain's First Bike Ride") in 1991 on Lookout!. In summer of 1992, the band toured the US & Canada, and recorded their second album, "The Choice of A New Generation". Originally released on CD/LP in 1992 on Lookout! Records. The band saw a line-up change with this album, featuring Lucky Dog (RIP) on bass guitar. We've maticulously kept these reissues as true to the original releases as we possibly could, while the songs have taken on a new life with a 2017 remastering. Gloriously restored & remastered from the original reel-to-reel master tapes by Carl Saff at Saff Mastering. Astounding artwork restoration by Hugo Fitzgerald, face-lifted from the original hand-made art. *Featuring cover art in full color for the very first time! Replicating exact original collage art, made by Lucky Dog.* [CD version] PREORDER: Begins shipping on release date 2/2/18! (Pressing info: 341 on Black, 119 on Metallic Silver, 118 on Clear w/ Red, White & Blue Splatter vinyl) (200 CDs pressed) (150 White Cassettes) Learn More
  5. IRON CHIC- "You Can't Stay Here" CD

    IRON CHIC- "You Can't Stay Here" CD

    $10.00

    CD version of the new IRON CHIC album, "You Can't Stay Here"! (Side One Dummy Records) Hear ye, hear ye. Chic is back. Learn More
  6. LIPSTICK HOMICIDE- "Out Utero" CD

    LIPSTICK HOMICIDE- "Out Utero" CD

    $10.00

    Bad-ass super fast & catchy female fronted pop-punk from Iowa. Get with it.

    "This is probably the best thing I have ever been a part of in my entire life. Right before I die, I'll probably reaffirm that this is my favorite record ever. 15 songs of equal parts sugar and snot, this is as equal a successor to Dookie as it is to the Josie and the Pussycats soundtrack."- Servo (Bloated Kat Records) CD version! Out of print. Learn More

  7. ON THE MIGHT OF PRINCES- "The Making Of a Conversation" CD Expanded Reissue

    ON THE MIGHT OF PRINCES- "The Making Of a Conversation" CD Expanded Reissue

    $10.00

    Classic Long Island indie/emo/screamo. The long out of print 1999 first album from On The Might of Princes reissued. Includes two songs from the 1998 demo and a soundboard recording from 1999 at Stony Brook University. Remastered by Phil Douglas.
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  8. PENETRATORS, THE- "Legacy" CD

    PENETRATORS, THE- "Legacy" CD

    $12.00

    Syracuse, New York's garage punk legends, the Penetrators are back with another action packed, primitive rock'n' roll adventure with "Legacy". Legacy is the first new Penetrators release since 2008's "Bad Woman" LP. Though the band's output may seem slow or less than prolific if you take a glance at their discography, Jack and Spike have accumulated respectable solo outputs over the last several years, and it can't be overlooked that they don't live near each other anymore , so there's no basement to jam in anymore. But what makes "Legacy" most intriguing is that unlike "Bad Woman", which consisted mainly of covers-covers of 60s garage classics as well as covers of their own material-this LP features almost entirely new Penetrators music. And I'm happy to report that if you loved the band's "Kings of Basement Rock" or Swami Records' comprehensive "Basement Anthology 1976-84", you will certainly dig "Legacy". The songs echo vintage Penetrators , but what really makes this a classic Penetrators release is that it charmingly sounds like they recorded it back in their 70s heyday. "She's the Kinda Girl" and "Take A Stand", the first two tracks on the record , coincidentally, would sound right at home on "Kings of Basement Rock"."Those Hard Times Are Through" touches on the 60s soul influences that have always been in their back pockets , while songs like "What They Said They Would" and "Keep On Rolling (Stones)" nail on a cutting Rolling Stones- esque groove. And much like earlier material like "Teenage Lifestyle" or "Shopping Bag" , there are big , instantly memorable and singable choruses throughout. I do feel like the second half of the record loses a little steam, however, with the rehash of Lied To Me" , though I will admit it is more sinister in feel , played much slower and more deliberately than the original. And I'm not sure how necessary including a shorter version of "She's the Kinda Girl" and an extended version of "Them No Listen" (the bonus tracks) are-I'd just keep one or the other of each song , and avoid the repeats. All in all, there is plenty of classic Penetrators music on "Legacy".The guest appearances by Fred Rapp and Curtis Seals on "Them No Listen" will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside, and seasoned guitarist Mark Doyle plays tastefully throughout the record. After all these years, Jack and Spike still have a knack for writing hooky , perverse, primitive jams and I kind of like knowing they're out there, keeping it real for all of us." Learn More
  9. PORCUPINE- "What You've Heard Isn't Real" CD

    PORCUPINE- "What You've Heard Isn't Real" CD

    $10.00

    Porcupine was born in 2006 in La Crosse, Wis., where singer/guitarist Casey Virock had previously launched another indie rock trio, Space Bike. Now based in Minneapolis, the band has evolved to full maturity, a potent force propelled by drummer Ian Prince and the most recent addition to the band, bassist Greg Norton (formerly of HÜSKER DÜ). In naming the band, Virock saluted one of his favorite bands, Echo and the Bunnymen, and his songcraft and musical sensibilities swirl the Bunnymen and other New Wavers along with 1960s British psychedelica purveyors (especially Syd Barrett) and 1970s classic rockers. The result is muscular and edgy, infused with melodicism and angular guitar work that puts the band in a class with Queens of the Stone Age and Swervedriver. To date, the band has released two full-length albums (2009’s “The Trouble With You” and 2012’s “The Sensation of Being Somebody”) along with multiple singles and two EPs, the most recent (“Carrier Wave”) recorded with the iconic Steve Albini. Virock’s songs have been heard in television shows including “The Real World,” “Best Ink,” and “The Challenge,” and the band has opened for the Meat Puppets, Mission of Burma, Shiner and The Life and Times. As absorbing and compelling as Porcupine’s recordings are, they are a must-see live band, with Virock, Norton and Prince distilling the songs to their 100-proof essence." Six brand new songs produced & recorded by Kevin Bowe (Paul Westerberg/The Replacements) including a GRANT HART cover! CD version on DC-Jam Records. Learn More
  10. QUEERS, THE- "Don't Back Down" CD

    QUEERS, THE- "Don't Back Down" CD

    $10.00

    Another Queers reissue! All new digipack format! While THE QUEERS explore whole new areas of pop harmonies that were only hinted at on previous records (there's even a 60s style Farfisa organ on "Janelle, Janelle" and "Punk Rock Girls"), they definitely haven't said goodbye to their own style of bare bones, in your face punk rock, as evidenced by such cute little ditties as "I'm Okay, You're Fucked" and "Brush Your Teeth". "Don't Back Down" features 14 songs, which range from butt-slamming classic punk rock to exquisitely beautiful pop. Remixed and remastered in 2007 by Mass Giorgini, this includes the out-of-print "Bubblegum Dreams" EP Learn More

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