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Cro-Mags - The Age Of Quarrel flac album
  • Performer Cro-Mags
  • Title The Age Of Quarrel
  • Date of release 1986
  • Style Hardcore
  • Other formats AU AIFF TTA MP2 MOD ADX AA
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1561 mb
  • Size FLAC 1906 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 166

The album was repackaged on CD in 1994, along with its 1989 follow-up "Best Wishes", as "The Age Of Quarrel, Best Wishes". Responder Notifique-me Helpful. 11 de dezembro de 2016. fazendo referência a The Age Of Quarrel, LP, Album, PRO-1218. I have a question, Al these reissues from the 2000s.

Best Wishes is the second album by New York hardcore band, Cro-Mags. It was released on April 26, 1989 on Profile Records and was subsequently re-released on Another Planet – along with their debut album, The Age Of Quarrel, on the same disc. The album's cover reflected the band's interest in the Hare Krishna religion which started with previous singer John Joseph and then carried on through Harley Flanagan who also became a devotee

The Age of Quarrel (1986) by Cro-Mags. Labels: Century Media Records. Genres: Crossover Thrash Members: John Joseph Bloodclot, Doug Holland, Parris Mitchell Mayhew, Harley Flanagan, Mackie. The Age of Quarrel Information. Track listing (Songs).

Saw Cro Mags last year, new line up. Also Saw Harley Flannagan in Long Beach at a lil club, dudes cool as fuck. He gave a shot out to that dude who commited suicide from Rage/Sound Garden. Harley said "nah b, we all got depression". I was there yo. Always been into socal hardcore, but now exploring other genres. 2 months ago. But seriously, although not nearly the same punk, both Green Day and Offspring used to be good.

Основатель CRO-MAGS выпускает два релиза. 21 сен 2016 : Вокалист CRO-MAGS выпускает мемуары. 29 мар 2016 : Основатель CRO-MAGS выпустил сольный альбом. Livin in burnt out buildings Livin in the streets It's the life of the cro-mags Survival of the streets Never know what's comin up ahead If the beast pulls the trigger could wind up dead! Seekers Of The Truth. Wastin my time servin my mind For sense pleasures I can find Gotta get back, back to the truth You know it was left behind.

Formed by New York punk child prodigy Harley Flanagan and guitarist Parris Mayhew, the Cro-Mags helped define the East Coast hardcore movement with their now legendary debut, Age of Quarrel. Originally released on Profile Records, the 15-track collection was later combined with the band's 1989 follow-up, Best Wishes, as a single 22-song package. Joining Flanagan (bass) and Mayhew (guitars) on Age of Quarrel are vocalist John "Bloodclot" Joseph, drummer Mackie Jayson, and co-guitarist Doug Holland

Cro-Mags - Age Of Quarrel. Best Wishes is the second album by New York hardcore band, Cro-Mags. It was released in 1989 on Profile Records and was subsequently re-released on Another Planet - along with their debut album, The Age Of Quarrel, on the same disc. The album's cover reflected the band's interest in the Hare Krishna religion which started with previous singer John Joseph and then carried on through Harley Flanagan who also became a devotee.

The album's cover reflected the band's interest in the Hare Krishna religion which started with previous singer John Joseph and then carried on through Harley Flanagan who also became a devotee. The Krishna faith was ultimately the demise of the band, as the contradiction of a faith of pacifism against the violence of the band's music was often even too much for the band members to handle. However, before this, in 1992, their next album, Alpha Omega, saw the return of John Joseph to the Cro-Mags fold, and an even further gravitation towards a metal sound. After the short, sharp.