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20 Years of Dischord, 1980-2000
20 Years of Dischord, 1980-2000
20 Years of Dischord, 1980-2000

20 Years of Dischord, 1980-2000

Product ID : 16091887
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Galleon Product ID 16091887
UPC / ISBN 718751962521
Shipping Weight 0.85 lbs
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Manufacturer DISCHORD
Shipping Dimension 5.59 x 5.31 x 1.42 inches
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Number Of Discs 3
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2002-10-15
Release Date 2002-10-15
UPC 718751962521
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20 Years of Dischord, 1980-2000 Features

  • 20 Years Of Dischord - Various Artists - CD Brand New

About 20 Years Of Dischord, 1980-2000

A Dischord box set? It may seem like an oddity to many who know little about the label, but when you think about it, it makes absolutely perfect sense. Many of the D.C. bands were and are known for amazing live shows, blowing most "punk" bands out of the water. Unfortunately, given these bands' tendency to break up after a year or so, those in the other parts of the country and the world couldn't necessarily make it down to the 9:30 club to check out Severin or Soul Side -- hence, the existence of Dischord as a label. Initially started just to document one band (the Teen Idles), it has served to document the ever-growing musical family that has come to represent some of the best music Washington D.C. has to offer. And now, after 20 years, a compilation comes along (each band is represented with one song on the first two discs) that is not only beautifully laid out, but an absolute necessity for fans of either the label as a whole or just one or two bands. On the first two discs, the progression of the label is spelled out chronologically, beginning with the rapid-fire hardcore that D.C. bands like Minor Threat, Government Issue, and Faith used to establish the scene in the early '80s. Around track 16 or so, the whole thing explodes. Bands no longer take the faster-then-hell approach, and more melodies and complexities take over. While many of the people here appear in many different bands, there was an obvious concerted effort to keep pushing things past the confines of what constituted "punk," including the supposed birth of emocore (Embrace, Rites of Spring), the blend of personal issues with politics of the Nation of Ulysses and Fugazi, the power pop of High-Back Chairs, or the monster surf punk of Slant 6. The third disc, made up entirely of rare and unreleased tracks moves in much the same order but tends to be a bit heavier on the "hardcore" side. If this isn't your cup of tea, it is more than made up for by rare tracks by Shudder to Think and the brilliant "W