8 thoughts on “ [email protected] - Reagan Youth - Youth Anthems For The New Order (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Dec 14,  · referencing Youth Anthems For The New Order, LP, Album, RP, RYR i love this lp. great old school hard core, like it should." where you going out tonight boy, yo i aint going nowhere!"/5().
  2. Reagan Youth Vol. 1 is a very good record, yet Vol. 2 is far below the standard set by Vol. 1. The Live And Rare cd has its moments, but it's just not a crisp, vibrant recording. There's an energy there, but some songs sound very good while others sound lackluster/5(4).
  3. Originally released in as Youth Anthems for the New Order, the album recorded at High 5 Studios, New York City, from early Volume 1 contains three new tracks and several different takes of songs recorded during the Youth Anthems for the New Order sessions.
  4. Jan 27,  · there are 2 x clear versions out. one from like , a bootleg with the old not remastered version in poster sleeve, 7 songs diveded on side a and b, and a later limited and numbered version of the 7 + 10 x song version also in poster sleeve from around /5(8).
  5. Reagan Youth released only one album during their existence as a band (in ); originally titled Youth Anthems for the New Order, it was re-released as Reagan Youth (Volume 1) by the small independent label New Red Archives in This album eventually sold 40, copies.
  6. It also has extra rare tracks that sets this album apart from any other just live album. this cd is a classic punk must have. If this isnt in your collection than it will never be complete. Although the quality is gritty it still sounds great to me. best tracks are its a beautiful day, reagan youth and I hate hate.5/5(1).
  7. Reagan Youth played with all the big punk bands of the day, Dead Kennedy’s, Bad Brains and Black Flag as well as an early incarnation of the Beastie Boys (The Young And The Useless) but were always favoured at C.B.G.B’s in the band’s home town of New York. Absolutely massive at the time.
  8. Reagan Youth is an American punk rock band formed by singer Dave Rubinstein (Dave Insurgent) and guitarist Paul Bakija (Paul Cripple) in Queens, New York in early They were one of the first hardcore bands on the East Coast punk scene[citation needed], and also part of .

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