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The Casualties

The Casualties formed in 1990 out of a desire to return to the heyday of punk, an era that hung on into the early '80s and then started to fall by the wayside in favor of the very early grunge movement, as well as hair metal, synth pop, and new wave. But the band's lineup was far from stable in the early days. The initial lineup consisted of singers Jorge Herrera and Colin, drummer Yureesh, guitarist Hank, and bassist Mark. Even this inaugural lineup was shaky, with Colin stepping out for several months to finish his education, and Rivits singer Rachel stepping in to take his place. During this period, the Casualties put together a demo. The following year, the core lineup consisted of Colin, Jorge, Yureesh, and Mark. The band added guitarist Fred when Hank dropped out, and went on to make an appearance on the compilation Benefit for Beer. Soon more changes were in the works, with new guitarist Fred heading off to school. C Squat's Scott temporarily filled Fred's shoes until he returned a short time later. During this period, guitarist Hank came and went a second time. Another guitarist, Steve, also played briefly with the group.

The Casualties stabilized long enough in the fall of 1991 to put together an EP, 40 Ounce Casualty. By the following year, the band was touring frequently and building up a fan base in their hometown of New York City. In 1993, however, more shakeups were in the works. Guitarist Fred and bassist Mark were out, and Jake Kolatis and Mike were in to take their respective places. The following year, the band appeared on another compilation, Pogo Attack, and put together a second EP, Drinking Is Our Way of Life. The four-track EP was never issued but later was incorporated into the band's 1999 release, Early Years: 1990-1995. Stability remained elusive, and drummer Yureesh and singer Colin dropped out. Shawn stepped in to take Yureesh's place. The group put together a third EP, A F**kin' Way of Life, in 1995, the same year that Rivits drummer Meggers (aka Mark Eggers) took Shawn's place.

Temporarily settled in terms of their lineup, the Casualties traveled to London in 1996 for a performance on the stage of the Holidays in the Sun Festival. The following year, the band put out their first full-length album, For the Punx, and embarked on a tour where it supported the Varukers. Unfortunately, the lineup evolved again the following year, when the Krays' bassist, Jon, took over when Mike dropped out. Jon stayed long enough to help out on the Underground Army album, but jumped ship during the band's supporting tour across Europe in 1998. To take his place, the band recruited Dave Punk Core, who only stayed until 1999. With the addition of ex-Manix bassist Rick Lopez, the group (rounded out by Jorge Herrera, Jake Kolatis, and Meggers for those still following) started another tour. More tours of the U.S. and Europe followed in 2000 and 2001, along with the albums Who's in Control?, Stay Out of Order, and Die Hards, the last marking their debut on Side One Dummy. On the Front Line appeared in February 2004; two years later, the Casualties preceded Under Attack's late August release with a main stage slot on the Vans Warped Tour. All We Have, the band's eighth studio long player, dropped in 2009, followed by the Season of Mist-issued Resistance in 2012, and Chaos Sound in early 2016. ~ Linda Seida
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Resistance

1. My Blood. My Life. Always Forward.

2. Behind Barbed Wire

3. Resistance

4. Modern Day Slaves

5. Warriors On The Road

6. South East Asian Rebels

7. Morality Police

8. Brick Wall Justice

9. Always Walk Alone

10. Constant Struggle

11. It's Coming Down On You

12. Life On The Line

13. No Hope

14. Corazones Intoxicados

15. Voice Of The Outcast

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Track List: We Are All We Have

1. Carry on the Flag

2. We Are All We Have

3. Heart Bleeds Black

4. Rise and Fall

5. Apocalypse Today

6. War Is Business

7. In the Tombs

8. Stand Against Them All

9. Depression- Unemployment Lines

10. Looking Thru Bloodshot Eyes

11. Lonely on the Streets- Jersey City

12. Life Clone

13. Clockwork

14. Rockers Reggae (Working Mans Dub)

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Track List: Under Attack

1. Under Attack

2. Without Warning

3. System Failed Us Again

4. Social Outcast

5. V.I.P.

6. No Solution - No Control

7. Down And Out

8. In It For Life

9. On City Streets

10. Fallen Heros

11. Great American Progess

12. Stand And Fight

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Track List: On The Front Lines

1. Casualties Army

2. On The Front Line

3. Leaders Of Today

4. Criminal Class

5. Tomorrow Belongs To Us

6. The Unknown Soldier

7. Scarred For Life

8. Static Feedback And Noise

9. Media Control

10. Death Toll

11. Tragedy

12. Brainwashed

13. Sounds From The Streets

14. We Don't Need You

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Track List: The Early Years: 1990 - 1995

1. Political Sin

2. Destruction And Hate

3. Ugly B**tards

4. Bored And Glued

5. Punk Rock Love

6. 40 Ounce Casualty

7. Oi! Song

8. 25 Years Too Late

9. For The Punx

10. Drinking Is Our Way Of Life

11. Kill The Hippies

12. No Life

13. Two Faced

14. Politicians

15. Casualties

16. Two Faced (2)

17. F**k You All

18. On The Streets (Live)

19. Ugly B**tards (Live)

20. Blind Following (Live)

21. Washed Up (Live)

22. Don't Tell The Truth (Live)

23. Oi! Song (Live)

24. 40 Ounce Casualty (Live)

25. Rock And Roll Kids (Live)

26. Destruction And Hate (Live)

27. Punk Rock Love (Live)

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Track List: Die Hards

1. Nightmare

2. City Council

3. Ruining It All

4. Get Off My Back

5. Victims

6. This Is Your Life

7. Die Hards

8. No Turning Back

9. Can't Stop Us

10. M**rda Mundial

11. Punk Rock

12. Divide And Conquer

13. Made In N.Y.C.

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Track List: For The Punx

1. For The Punx

2. Ugly B**tards

3. City Life

4. Riot

5. Casualties

6. Whos Gonna Be...

7. Police Brutality

8. Punx & Skins

9. Destruction & Hate

10. Two Faced

11. Chaos Punx

12. Punk Rock Love

13. For The Punx (Live)

14. Ugly B**tards (Live)

15. City Life (Live)

16. Whos Gonna Be... (Live)

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Track List: Made In N.Y.C.

1. Casualties Army

2. On The Front Line

3. Under Attack

4. Riot

5. Fight For Your Life

6. V.I.P.

7. Ugly B**tard

8. Criminal Class

9. Punk Rock Love

10. In It For Life

11. Social Outcast

12. Made In N.Y.C.

13. Blitzkrieg Bop

14. On City Streets

15. Get Off My Back

16. System Failed Us...Again

17. For The Punx

18. Tomorrow Belongs To Us

19. The Unknown Soldier

20. Down And Out

21. Punx Unite

22. 40 Oz. Casualty

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Fucken 'orrible bunch of c**ts. How do I block?
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For The Punx was originally on tribal war records before changing labels and pictures on original album. It originally came out in 1996 kiddies.
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Drunk punxs of today
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Rape! Cool! "GG" Allin!!!!! F**k yeah.
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Pc punk: f**k these guys, the singer is a fowl, dirty, rapist, and or pedophile. *all while sporting a gg allin patch* hmmmm...
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Detroit loves you... come back to harpos!
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gpawillys
Real punks
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AllUDrunkFuk k s
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chaseismoney
Better than miley cyrass selling teen abortions
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chaseismoney
Sugarwolf--- R e a l punks make their gear. Hot topic will exist regardless of "playing to sell stuff." I have a feeling most thing s in life for you boil down to the stuff you can buy. Stupid point
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f**k yo couch vv
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All they want to do is sell punk gear that is what they are punk saleman
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I met these guys they're f**king douche bags
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f**k these rapist foos. its not just a rumor if someone doesnt charge for rape.. its a highly traumatizing thing, MANY VICTIMS DONT CHARGE RAPISTS BECAUSE IT IS TOO PAINFUL TO TALK ABOUT FREELY, ALSO CONSIDERING WE BLAME THE VICTIM? THIS IS WHAT STOPS PEOPLE FROM BRINGING IT TO COURT. F**K THESE RAPISTS AND F**K THE VIRUS FRONT MAN WHO BACKS THESE GUYS UP.
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clarissak843
I will always love The Casualties! My favorite album is "Made in N.Y.C."becau s e that is how I love to listen to their music the most! Raw, live, loud and fast ;) They are so energetic live and it really makes me happy to see them perform. If you ever have a chance to see them, Do It! You won't regret it.
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Seen them play in a basement once, years ago! They killed it! They said they love chi-town punx !
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latinos nyc punks not dead el futuro esta destruido ,el future esta destruido tomorow belong to us conioooo
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Jorge is a f**kin rapist. F**K THE CASUALTIES!
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I got selfies w jake
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Seen them twice. What a great band. Last show I was at they let people dance and sing on stage with them, what a cool experience.
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How bout we talk about the music instead of the clothes you wear or your hairstyle.

Also I love how people are declaring wat is and wats not punk.


Who is anyone to decide you opinionated f**ks
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Punks Not Dead
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best fucken band!!
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Perfect band to mosh, to skate, to get kicked out of somewere for skating, stage diving, or just having some fun with ur punk buddies
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haleiwa78
This is good fucken music brings back my taste of music growing up in HB when true punk started 1976-1977 getting beat up by the cops and fucken up cops.
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One of the best!
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www.stablegr o w
PUNK ROCK (brought to you by outshine bars!)
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Goddamn their old s**t was the best. So f**kin' raw and fast. Then it got all political and technical and anthemic and really just BLAND.
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Greatest punk band ever!!!
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this guy i like really loves this band so i started listenn to em and i fuckiove this band f**k yeeeaah punx 4 life
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Really down to earth guys when I met then backstage @ a show.
Casualties were only bass, drums, & singer as one was arrested a few shows earlier. But they busted thier a**es and put on a good set.
They were touring with D-bags Oxymoron. All bands had free beer & liquer backstage from the club and I personally saw & heard Ox's singer state: I want German beer, not this american sh*t. Waah, waah, waah.

Really streetpunk there, elitist scum.
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Tho I like there old stuff way better the early years!!!
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Seen them play acouple of times up the fuckn punx!!!!!!
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Kill a hippie, kill a nazi. Mainly nazi's though.
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they need to come to florida!!!
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wanderingmin d 1 0 9
Also...as I am a little bit of a hippy...ihop e t h e y d o n ' t k i l l m e ! hahahaha...* s h a k e s head*
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wanderingmin d 1 0 9
Pretty great. Going to see them in July. *excited face*
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these dudes are bout come out with their new album! WHOOOOOOOOOO O O O O O ! ! ! ! ! XD
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miss you guys from the old days of L.E.S...... deviant behavior, stitches, ABC no RIO forever!!!!y e a h y e a h . . . . and C.I.H. too.... hehe
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AGT
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real punk music! haters will die!
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F**kin love The Casualties
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garycharlton
The Casualties are one of the best bands that are still playing.
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hell yeah thats f**king true dude!!!!!
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texashardcor e o w n s 2
I don't give a f**k if it's easy to play- they sound good and that's all I care about! It's harder to play this s**t than a beat machine in a rap studio!
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I like Justin Beiber soooo MUCH f**k you posers!!!!!
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If I wanted to listen to the Clash or Rancid I would just put that on. Punk revival...or rehash LOL.
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the casualties dont give a f**k about money i saw them recently at a backyard show for five bucks ! so all you mother f**kers out there say they are sell outs f**k off
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this band is nothing but a bunch of posers. they said it themself they only play punk becuase its eazy
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@jose villanueva, your mom sucks dik.
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