Saturday, April 26, 2008

Suicidal Tendencies- Mystic Demo + Live At The Rollerworks 1983

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Here is a double treat of great old Suicidal Tendencies stuff.
Suicidal Tendencies were one of the first punk bands to incorporate metal into their sound. They were also the first punk band to sell a lot of records. I don't care about that at all though. What I do care about are the great songs this band put out.
First here, is the Mystic demo. The sound on this isn't the greatest, but it's not unlistenable either. It's notable for the presence of the great song 'Kill', which there is a video of floating around on the internet. That song rules. I also included a live set from the Rollerworks in 1983. This set is from before the first LP came out. Most of the LP songs are here too. The sound quality of this live set is great. Enjoy the music!

Here is a live picture...
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The music is here...
http://www.sendspace.com/file/mo868l

10 comments:

pär said...

Supercool! Thanks alot!

Anonymous said...

excellent! thanks!-Steve

Anonymous said...

i cant open or download this. anyone into making some $$$ to email me mp3s or burn me a cd??

thanks,
scott

Anonymous said...

their early recordings still rraaawwwwkkkk - harry lime

Ned said...

can you re-upload this one, dead link now

Anonymous said...

I was at this show. I lost my money and Muir let me in for free. Minor Threat, Agression, and Channel 3 also played. A bit into Minor Threat's set, either the show was gonna get closed or the mic broke, but MT did the rest of the set with everyone sitting down and singing along. Anyways, this was the best I saw Suicidal play. Too bad I can't download it.

Al said...

please oh please fix this link. just discovered your blog today. lots of killer stuff! thank you!

JeremyNardcore said...

could you please re-up. thanks

Anonymous said...

check this out, some of that show and other old school S.T. shows on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/user/Zombiepizza88/videos?sort=dd&query=suicidal+tendencies&view=0&page=2

to save songs as MP3s, use keepvid.com

Anonymous said...

can i get a re load?!