BRING IT ON Only The Strong Survive Bring It On. CAULFIELD Caulfield Caulfield. ENFORCERS End of Time A389-087. EVERYDAY DOLLARS Everyday Dollars A389-003. EYEHATEGOD New Orleans Is The New Vietnam A389-110. FRIGHTENER Guillotine A389-015. SLUMLORDS Involuntary Skinhead A389-004. STEEL NATION The New Nation A389-017. SUPREME COMMANDER 120 Years in the Business A389-014.
Roc-A-Fella Records Presents Teairra Marí is the debut album by recording artist Teairra Marí. It was released on August 2, 2005, by Roc-A-Fella Records. The album debuted in the top five selling 69,000 copies in the first week, eventually selling 248,000 units. At the age of 16, . Big Mike felt that Marí was ready for the big time, and he brought the R&B starlet in front of a who's who of label execs
Interviews: A389 Records: History 101. In the last 7 years A389 Records has become one of the formeost labels in underground hardcore. Started solely so Dom could release records by his friends the label has grown into something much bigger. With a littlehelp from friends such as Dwid Hellion the label has managed to keep moving. Bring It On were old dudes from Baltimore that played really raw NYHC style hardcore like the old Blackout Records bands. I've loved this album ever since it originally surfaced on Rock Vegas years ago, and soon disappeared out of print. It makes me think of being in a desolate cottage out in the woods with only a woodstove and a bottle of absinthe.
The 7 inch is out of print. on Satan Wears Suspenders records, includes the first demo and the obligatory live track from CBGB's.
Bring It On is the debut album by English band Gomez. Gomez entered the recording studios in late 1997 to turn their demos into an album. During this time they also toured the UK with Embrace. The first single, "78 Stone Wobble" was released in March 1998 with the album following a month later.
Adeline - Vertigo (Yuksek & Joey Negro Remixes).
Album · 2014 · 10 Songs. KULT Records Presents: Dark Sexy Vocals. Backfire (Extended Mixes).
How did A389 get started? It started in 2004 as an avenue to put out friends' bands. I was on the road a lot with a band called Slumlords and it acted as a vehicle to put out their records. Then, it picked up steam from there. By the time Pulling Teeth came together, it just snowballed from there. I love to wait and wait for the final thing. And then, you finally get it, you look at the cover, you put it on the turntable. Itâ€™s just nice as life gets more complicated. Does physical music have a future?
|1||–Slumlords||Drunk At The Y.O.T. Reunion
Bass – Douglas Williams Drums – Scott PowersGuitar – Domenic Romeo Vocals – Jeff Perlin
|2||–Bring It On||Only The Strong Survive
Bass – Mike TerveerDrums – Bryan GlaeserGuitar – Chris Andersen Vocals – Doug Lamude
|3||–Everyday Dollars||Youth Fight
Bass – Sean O'BrienDrums – Rich O'BrienGuitar – Sean MoneyVocals – Rob Daly