1. Vohn says:
    In the late 90s, I Hate You set the standard for intensity, rage, and sarcasm in the hardcore scene. A quality which attained them a black eye of approval in the straight edge hardcore community worldwide. Posthumously, I Hate You released a collection of recordings on Deathwish in This collection features all EP.
  2. Mazuk says:
    "I Hate You." were a hardcore/punk band from the Philadelphia-area, circa
  3. Dilrajas says:
    Explore releases from Hate at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Hate at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore. Discover. Explore All 12 Albums 1 Singles & EPs Hate (3) Erebos (Album) 7 versions: Listenable Records.
  4. Shaktiktilar says:
    Jun 04,  · "The majority of the material on this label is previously unreleased, original junglist hardcore dating back to from producers who wish to remain anonymous. A carload full of dubplates and DAT tapes full of unreleased material was handed over to the label at Sowerby bridge in Yorkshire sometime in ".
  5. Shaktizil says:
    For Sale; 0 From My Wantlist; 1 – 25 of Prev; Next%(K).
  6. Yolmaran says:
    1, For Sale; 0 From My Wantlist; 26 – 50 of 1, Prev; Next.
  7. Tecage says:
    Seller: opal-druid (6,) %, Location: Cairns, QLD, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: Rodney Rude Live I Hate That / I Hate That Too Vinyl Lp Record 12". RODNEY RUDE LIVE I HATE THAT / I HATE THAT TOO VINYL LP RECORD 12" CAT: EMX I DO COMBINE POST ON ALL ITEMSAUSTRALIA WIDE I CAN DO 3 TO 20 RECORDS POSTAGE FOR $20 Condition: Very good, Condition: SECOND HAND, Duration: LP.
  8. Mazugor says:
    Includes a free CD of the full album. You can use that enclosed disc to transfer the music on your fave MP3 player. Bonus CD All of them who ordered album before March 3rd (), will reveived a 6 song bonus CD with out-takes, remixes and non album tracks. Bonus CD Tracks: 1. Where Is The Future (Remix by Tucker Martine) 2.
  9. Gujar says:
    LPs measure a foot across and spin at just over 33 rotations per minute. A vinyl LP can hold up to an hour of music on each side, so they are a popular format for albums. In longer albums the grooves have to be cut closer together which can affect sound quality. Many albums were made as double LPs to get around this.

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