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Youth Brigade

One of the finest hardcore bands to emerge from Los Angeles during the punk era, Youth Brigade was formed by a trio of brothers (Shawn, Mark, and Adam Stern) at the end of summer 1980 in Los Angeles. Originally supplemented with other members, the group went back to a trio in early 1982, the same year they founded their own independent record label, BYO (Better Youth Organization). Later that year, the group issued their very first release, the three-track EP Someone Got Their Head Kicked In, before recording their full-length debut, Sound and Fury. Their debut hit a snag, however -- shortly after its initial release, the group halted further pressings when they realized they weren't entirely satisfied with how it came out, resulting in the release of a reworked version in June 1983. Another three-song EP, What Price?, hit the racks in the spring of 1984, resulting in Youth Brigade's first tour of Europe.

But despite being able to obtain success entirely on their own terms, Adam Stern decided to leave the band in 1985 in order to return to art school. Adam's final show was scheduled in June of the same year at Fenders Ballroom in Long Beach, CA, which was recorded and issued as the Sink with Kalifornija album, and Shawn and Mark opted to carry on without Adam. Eventually Adam returned to Youth Brigade, as the trio toured both North America and Europe. In 1991, the group took a break as its members concentrated on other projects (Mark and Adam with the swing revival band Royal Crown Revue, and Shawn with the pop-punk outfit That's It!). Youth Brigade would pick up where they left off shortly thereafter, as they issued several albums throughout the remainder of the decade: 1994's Happy Hour, 1996's To Sell the Truth, and 1998's Out of Print. BYO Records also continued to operate strong through the years, releasing albums from bands like Pinhead Circus, the Unseen, the Business, and many more; the label also began a well-received series of split releases (Leatherface and Hot Water Music being the first), which Youth Brigade took part in on a 1999 split with San Francisco's Swingin' Utters. ~ Greg Prato
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Come Again

1. One In Five

2. Can't Take It With You

3. Shoulda Stayed Home

4. Lost In Nostalgia

5. No Tears For You

6. Keep It Simple

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Track List: Sink With Kalifornija

1. Sink With California

2. Modest Proposal

3. Men In Blue (Part 1)

4. Sound And Fury

5. Fight To Unite

6. Jump Back

7. Blown Away

8. Live Life

9. What Are You Fighting For

10. Did You Wanna Die

11. You Don't Understand

12. The Circle

13. Duke Of Earl

14. What Will The Revolution Change

15. What Price Happiness?

16. Where Are We Going?

17. Who Can You Believe In?

18. On The Edge

19. Look In The Mirror (Live)

20. Care (Live)

21. Fight To Unite (Live)

22. Did You Wanna Die (Live)

23. You Don't Understand (Live)

24. Jump Back (Live)

25. Violence (Live)

26. Men In Blue (Part 1) (Live)

27. Sink With California (Live)

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Saw them in Boyle hts about two yrs ago !!! They're the best when they play live. Epic moah pitting
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Im Skateboardin g to this song!!!! :)
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brycesawyer4
I remember seeing them all the time in the early 80's SoCal scene. From L.A. to Santa Barbara. That dude could sing. Especially for a punk band.
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englersara62 8
saw them in ventura 8 years ago, and just saw these guys in maui where i live a few months ago. They kick a** and put on a great show. It was great to have a classic punk band come through hawaii like them.
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Lesser known bands, really?
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pc2play
I saw these guys at Fenders many many years ago and they were cool i still rock their s**t in my car, the youth today is so f**ked up they don't get it
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gatkinson80
I have alot of respect for any band with a D.I.Y. attitude,and I think Youth Brigade are a great example of that mentality...
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check out new Youth Brigade footage at 43havoczone on youtube
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youth brigade!..tr u e legends of the scene..wish i was able to see this group.
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saw youth brigade back in 95 at the sugarhill skate park in Fresno,Calif o r n i a . Was amazing!
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jeffhewitt23
there is only one youth brigade.BYO
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Wrong Youth Brigade Pandora!
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♫♪ its about time this bio had a change
i'm sick of this bio the way it is ♪
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ngerding
There are two different Youth Brigades. Pandora is assuming they are one in the same. Growing up in Washington DC there was no mistaking DC YB!
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tubster2
No, come again is a youth brigade(CA) album. the only album YOuth brigade(DC) had was an ep called "Possible". It's all good though
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kena.lange
Sink With Kalifornia came from the Youth Brigade from the West Coast. Come Again is from a different band, the Youth Brigade from the East Coast.
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Sound and fury was one of my faves back in 83.

"Did you wanna die?" hands down one of the strongest songs...
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a wana be smiths band again a bunch of light in the loafers
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sounds and looks like a bunch of f*gs
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Pure f**king win!
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k13dreams
I never really listened to these guys before, but I just watched their documentary with Social D, "Another State of Mind" and I am starting to get into them. Pretty good stuff from what I have heard so far.
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I saw YouTh Brigade open for NOFX in 97 or 98 at Canes SD. One of the best punk shows I've ever been to, if not THE best.
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i agree!
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What can you really say except Youth Brigade is one of the best punk bands out there.

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