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Nausea

Long before the endless stream of grindcore bands emerged in the '90s, N.Y.C.'s Nausea was delivering a relentless, ear-splitting, and politically charged fury that none of them ever equaled. Formed in the squats of the Lower East Side in 1987 by bassist John John Jesse, they would go on to influence countless numbers of anarcho-crust bands worldwide with their music and lyrics alike. Victor Venom, originally the bassist in Reagan Youth, was brought in on guitar while a nondescript English punk named Neil took on vocals. Amy Miret, the wife of Agnostic Front vocalist Roger Miret, was subsequently recruited as a second vocalist and after several different drummers, they finalized the lineup with Roy Mayorga. Their songs dealt with issues like vivisection, class struggle, the displacement and gentrification that was prevalent throughout New York's Lower East Side, and often played benefit concerts for these causes. Neil left the band in 1989 to form Jesus Crust and the Tribal War Records label, at which point Al Long from Minneapolis' Misery came in to take up the vacancy. Extinction would come out a year later, their only full-length release, which was well-received by anarchist punks worldwide despite the fact that it sounded more like Slayer than Crass. After traveling abroad and releasing various songs on a number of compilations, they recorded the Cybergod EP, at which time Miret left the band. They recorded one EP after her departure before breaking up altogether in 1992. ~ John Griffin
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Condemned To The System

1. Freedom Of Religion

2. Does God Need Help

3. World Left In Confinement

4. Cries Of Pain

5. Hate & Deception

6. Corporation Pull-In

7. F**k The World

8. Falsely Accused

9. Condemn Big Business

10. And We Suffer

11. Absence Of War

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Track List: Punk Terrorist Vol.2

1. Smash Racism

2. Mtv (Feeding Of The Fortune 500)

3. New Generation

4. Godless

7. Sacrifice

8. Johnny Got His Gun

9. Smash Racism

10. Mtv (Feeding...)

11. Right To Live

12. Godless

15. World Of No Tomorrow

16. Real Enemy [Business]

18. Red Winter / Demo

20. Home Sweet Home (Demo)

21. Divide & Conquer / Demo

22. Clutches / Demo

23. Untitled (Ultra Rare)

25. Self Destruct (Live)

27. World Of No Tomorrow (Live)

30. Electrodes

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Track List: The Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol I

1. Here Today

2. Cybergod

3. Body Of Christ

4. Fallout (Of Our Being)

5. Right To Live

6. Blood And Circus

7. Lie Cycle

8. Godless

9. Clutches

10. Extinction

13. Self Destruct

15. Johnny Got His Gun

16. Butchers

17. Tech-No-Logic-Kill

19. Electrodes

21. Productive Not Destructive

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OG Crust.
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codylalonde0 1
you guys should check out terrorizer
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BY FAR THE BEST CRUST CORE BAND !!!! SO GOOD !! MORE PLEASE !!!
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awesome !!!! love these guys / girl !!!!
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mdiginu
F**k yeah my favorite crust band <;
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upside down system's are alway's in questioning.
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Amazing and seminal band... great live... best graphics since Crass.
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passivefist9 9
We want a reuinion tour for the the cause and effect of Globalizatio n . . . .
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ciabattass
GURRRRRRRRRR R A A A A A A H H H H H H H
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this is way awesome. best punk band ever.
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the best band ever
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cant believe this is here....pret t y gnarley

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