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Gauze - Coretic download album

  • Performer: Gauze
  • Album: Coretic
  • FLAC: 1542 mb | MP3: 1720 mb
  • Style: Hardcore, Punk
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 570
  • Format: VOC AUD MMF MP2 APE MIDI RA
Gauze - Coretic download album

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Gig (1986) by Gauze. Labels: ACC. Genres: Hardcore Punk  .

12 Coretic 13 Distort Japan 14 言いなり 15 Children Fuck Of.

Band Name Post Scriptvm. 版公司 Somnambulant Records.

Gauze is the first studio album released by Dir En Grey on July 28, 1999. It is the band's first full-length record. Five tracks were produced by X Japan co-founder Yoshiki Hayashi, all of which had been previously released as singles. The album was originally released on July 28, 1999 as a standard version with a thick CD case, 36-page booklet with the CD reading surface painted red, through East West Japan.

Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Gauze collection. In the pre-download days of the 1990s, boot releases like this met a need. Namely, they spread obscure, rare music to new audiences who might have otherwise not had a chance to hear great stuff like Gauze, Confuse, GISM, Stalin, Lipcream, Systematic Death etc. Of course, some pockets were lined in the process, but I'm willing to accept that. Were it not for these illicit reproductions, many of these classicks might have faded into obscurity, known only to the most dedicated and esoteric collectors.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. This album was released in 1986 year.

Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Gauze - Live, Live MP3 version. 2487 downloads at 28 mb/s. Gauze - Live, Live FLAC version. 2914 downloads at 32 mb/s. Children Fuck Off. A4. –Gauze.

Tracklist

Fuckheads
1 Power 2:01
2 Fuck Head 3:06
3 One Last Kiss 1:06
4 CoreTick 2:32
5 Shot 3:04
6 Love Song 2:42
7 Ghostlike Crime 2:03
8 ノイローゼ 1:40
9 酔狂 / Go 4:00
Equalizing Distort
10 Pressing On 1:55
11 Crash The Pose 1:24
12 Thrash, Thrash, Thrash 1:09
13 勝手にさらせ 1:09
14 Fact And Criminal 2:22
15 パッパッパ / Low Charge 2:37
16 Absinth Trip 1:31
17 Distort Japan 1:37
18 言いなり / Children Fuck Off 4:33
Outsider Compilation
19 Fuckin' Sister / アンチマシーン / Children Fuck Off / ティスバレート 5:57
Thrash Til Death Tracks
20 Don't Do Too Much / Hit And Smash It / Passion Fashion / Screw / Let Go It Self 9:42

Notes

Limited to 1000 numbered copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: GAUZE MADE IN TAIWAN 950424-20 65607XKI
  • Other: IFPI L601

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Gauze Coretic ‎(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Gauze) none Unknown
JPC-002 Gauze Gauze ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) JPC JPC-002 Japan Unknown


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In the pre-download days of the 1990s, boot releases like this met a need. Namely, they spread obscure, rare music to new audiences who might have otherwise not had a chance to hear great stuff like Gauze, Confuse, GISM, Stalin, Lipcream, Systematic Death etc. Of course, some pockets were lined in the process, but I'm willing to accept that. Were it not for these illicit reproductions, many of these classicks might have faded into obscurity, known only to the most dedicated and esoteric collectors. Personally, I was/am a fan of the JPC label and its Euro counterparts Absolute Power and Revoltation. These "labels," part Robin Hood and part robber baron performed a public service with and probably turned a tidy profit. So be it.Now, this particular release could have been a bit beefier on the sound and a bit more substantial in the packaging, but it sure is convenient to have all this all this killer music in one place. As far as I know, none of the material on this release has been officially reissued thus far. And so the need for the boot continues. My only wish is that the boot labels keep an eye on the quality and don't get too greedy with the prices. JPC was always pretty fair with their prices. I bought this CD for about $12 more than 15 years ago and have gotten much pleasure from it. Recently I loaded it onto my Ipod so that I may continue enjoying it "on the go."
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