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9 thoughts on “ Busted Again - D.R.I.* - Dealing With It (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Vinyl LP repressing of the sophomore album from the Punk metal heads. Where do you go and what do you do when you achieve near legendary status with your debut album? in D.R.I.'s world, you release Dealing with It, a record that infused their increasing technicality with a love of Metal and the raw, fast as hell Hardcore sound that they patented/5(38).
  2. Just got this classic debut hardcore D.R.I. album, incredibly remastered with extra tracks. The "Dirty Rotten LP" (with demos, interviews, and the follow-up "Violent Pacification" EP) probably was the first album that bought the punk skinheads & long haired Metalheads together in the early 80's/5(57).
  3. Jun 21,  · Beer City Records Reissue Tracklist A1 Snap A2 I'd Rather Be Sleeping A3 Marriage A4 Yes Ma'am A5 Soup Kitchen A6 Mad Man A7 Stupid, Stupid War A8 Counter Attack A9 Couch Slouch A10 God Is.
  4. 1 day ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Black Vinyl release of Dealing With It! on Discogs. Label: Beer City Records - BCR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo Black • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Punk.
  5. In DRI’s world, you release ‘Dealing With It’, a record that infused their increasing technicality with a love of metal and the raw, fast as hell Hardcore sound that they patented. Surpassing their debut, was never going to be easy, but with their second album, the Dirty Rotten Imbeciles managed to do just that in maelstrom of vicious.
  6. D.R.I. Type: Album: Released: RYM Rating: / from 17 ratings 22 Busted Again Vinyl LP Fringe Product / FPL Dealing With It! CD.
  7. D.R.I. continued to move in the Crossover Thrash direction with their head-bang-worthy fourth LP (counting "Dirty Rotten LP"), "4 of a Kind." The album was originally released on Metal Blade Records, and contained songs that were arguably more thrash-style than songs on previous releases.
  8. Vinyl LP repressing of the sophomore album from the Punk metal heads. Where do you go and what do you do when you achieve near legendary status with your debut album? in D.R.I.'s world, you release Dealing with It, a record that infused their increasing technicality with a love of Metal and the raw, fast as hell Hardcore sound that they patented.
  9. Dealing With It!, an Album by D.R.I.. Released in July on Death (catalog no. DRR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Crossover Thrash, Thrashcore, Hardcore Punk. Featured peformers: Spike Cassidy (guitar), Kurt Brecht (vocals), Felix Griffin (drums), Dan Yeaney (engineer), .

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