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I have a great amount of classic punk, goth punk, and some heavy metal cassettes that I'm looking to sell. Most are in good condition with some light cracks or scratches on the jewel cases. All are original, looking to sell as many as possible. PM me with your offers and what you're interested in! Thanks! Agnostic Front - One Voice Bad Brains - I Against I Bad Brains - Quickness Beastie Boys - Licensed To Ill Black Flag - Damaged Black Flag - First Four Years Black Flag - My War Black Flag - Slip it In Black Flag - Who's Got The 10 1/2? Body Count - Body Count Circle Jerks - Oddities, Abnormalities, and Curiosities Danzig - Danzig Danzig - 2 Lucifuge Danzig - 3 How the gods kill Down - Nola Dwarves - Thank Heaven For Girls Face To Face - Don't Turn Away Fugazi - Fugazi Fugazi - In On The Kill Taker Fugazi - Steady Diet of Nothing Fugazi - Margin Walker GWAR - America Must Be Destroyed Genius/GZA - Liquid Sword Iron Maiden - Live After Death Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time Kinghorse - Kinghorse Marilyn Manson - Portrait of an American Family Meatmen - Crippled Children Suck Megadeth - So Far, So Good, So What? Melvins - Stoner Witch Minor Threat - Out of Step Ministry - Land of Honey Ministry - The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste Misfits - Misfits Misfits - Evilive Misfits - Collection Misfits - Walk Among Us Nofx - White Trash Two Heebs and a Bean Pantera - Cowboys from Hell Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power Paw - Death to Traitors Pennywise - About Time Pixies - Doolittle Pixies - Come on Pilgrim Pixies - Bossanova Pixies - Surfer Rosa Pixies - Trompe Le Monde Prong - Beg to Differ Rancid - And Out Comes the Wolves Rollins Band - Turned On Rollins Band - Life Time Rollins Band - Hard Volume Rollins Band - Short Walk on a Long Pier Samhain 3 - November Coming Fire Seven (7) Seconds - Soulforce Revolutions Screaming Trees - Dust Sick Of It All - Blood, Sweat, and No Tears Sick Of It All - Built to Last Sick Of It All - Just Look Around Sick Of It All - Scratch the Surface Sick Of It All - We Stand Alone Slayer - Undisputed Attitude Suicidal Tendencies - Controlled By Hatred/Feel Like Shit... Deja Vu Suicidal Tendencies - How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today Suicidal Tendencies - Join the Army Suicidal Tendencies - Lights Camera Revolution Tad - Salt Lick
http://henryrollins...._source=mtemail In February of 1991, my bandmates and I sought to the demo songs we had been working on for several months. We went in, played all the songs we had with the arrangements and lyrics such as they were at the time, put a few over dubs on, mixed it to a cassette and were done with it. In October of that year, we would record what became the actual End Of Silence album. Many years later, I contacted my engineer pal Cliff Norrell to see if he would give the tapes a more considered mix, thinking that it would perhaps be a good release of unheard music. We mixed the songs and they sounded pretty damn good. We released the tracks on CD and were done with the project. Several months ago, I got to thinking that perhaps some people would appreciate a vinyl version of these songs. The tapes had been in storage and well kept. I brought them to Oasis Mastering in Burbank, California to give them a listen and to see if it would be a legitimate endeavor. We listened down to the tapes and again, they sounded good and so we went forth and mastered all the tracks. After listening to these songs again after all these years, it reminded me of how good that line up was and how lean and mean the demos sounded. I came to the conclusion that I preferred the demos to the actual album. Hell, we should have just released the demos and saved everyone a bunch of time and trouble. (1HLP02)