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Iconic Hardcore Punk/Powerviolence Trio SPAZZ Reissue ‘Sweatin’ To The Oldies’

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Following their CD reissue in 2016, the volume assassins at Tankcrimes are very pleased to bring you Sweatin’ To The Oldies from iconic, now-defunct, hardcore punk/powerviolence trio, SPAZZ, on vinyl!

Originally released on Slap-A-Ham Records in 1997 and out-of-print for fifteen long years, SPAZZ‘s Sweatin’ To The Oldies delivers sixty-four tracks compiled from splits released with Charles Bronson, Brutal Truth, Rupture, Floor, and more from 1993-1996, as well as SPAZZ‘s debut EP, tracks from various comps including Better Read Than Dead (1996, Epitaph/AK Press), cover tunes, and live cuts from KFJC and 924 Gilman St.

Sweatin’ To The Oldies comes remastered, or in some cases mastered for the first time ever, by Dan Randall (Ghoul, Impaled l) at Mammoth Sound. Set for release on May 11th, the limited edition 2xLP will be available in six different color variations — blue, splatter, pinwheel, white, flo yellow and clear — and includes a sixteen-page booklet chock full of flyers, photos, liner notes, and more. This is the first time this collection has ever been available on vinyl!


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