LIMITED RELEASE OF 1000 TRANSLUCENT GREEN VINYL / NEW COVER ARTORIGINALLY RELEASED IN 1982 / REMASTERED BY JOHN GOLDEN MASTERING IN 2010Back in 1981, Negative Approach (along with The Meatmen and the Necros) were one of the dominant forces in the Detroit underground. The ravages of the Motor City made it a perfect breeding ground for this cacophony, later termed "hardcore." Hordes of punks packed the legendary Freezer Theatre to hear John Brannon's jagged, gruff vocals, the McCulloch brothers' (Rob and Graham) guitar/bass gnash, and OP Moore's pounding fury. The band's minimalist (read: 30 second songs) and aggressive brand of punk has inspired countless hardcore bands around the globe.
LIMITED RELEASE OF 1000 TRANSLUCENT GREEN VINYL / NEW COVER ARTORIGINALLY RELEASED IN 1982 / REMASTERED BY JOHN GOLDEN MASTERING IN 2010Back in 1981, Negative Approach (along with The Meatmen and the Necros) were one of the dominant forces in the Detroit underground. The ravages of the Motor City made it a perfect breeding ground for this cacophony, later termed "hardcore." Hordes of punks packed the legendary Freezer Theatre to hear John Brannon's jagged, gruff vocals, the McCulloch brothers' (Rob and Graham) guitar/bass gnash, and OP Moore's pounding fury. The band's minimalist (read: 30 second songs) and aggressive brand of punk has inspired countless hardcore bands around the globe.
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10-Song Ep [Indie Exclusive] (Green Vinyl) [Colored Vinyl] (Grn) [Indie Exclusive]
Artist: Negative Approach
Format: Vinyl
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Can't Tell No One (Remastered)
2. Sick of Talk (Remastered)
3. Pressure (Remastered)
4. Why Be Something That You're Not (Remastered)
5. Nothing (Remastered)
6. Fair Warning (Remastered)
7. Ready to Fight (Remastered)
8. Lead Song (Remastered)
9. What Ever I Do (Remastered)
10. Negative Approach (Remastered)

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LIMITED RELEASE OF 1000 TRANSLUCENT GREEN VINYL / NEW COVER ARTORIGINALLY RELEASED IN 1982 / REMASTERED BY JOHN GOLDEN MASTERING IN 2010Back in 1981, Negative Approach (along with The Meatmen and the Necros) were one of the dominant forces in the Detroit underground. The ravages of the Motor City made it a perfect breeding ground for this cacophony, later termed "hardcore." Hordes of punks packed the legendary Freezer Theatre to hear John Brannon's jagged, gruff vocals, the McCulloch brothers' (Rob and Graham) guitar/bass gnash, and OP Moore's pounding fury. The band's minimalist (read: 30 second songs) and aggressive brand of punk has inspired countless hardcore bands around the globe.