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Tracklist


1Trapped In Labels
2 SÜD-SEITE (Charlie Side)
3Join Your Crew
4 - POOR SONGS AND BAD JOKES -
5Selling Out
6Get Straight
7Lee Got V.D.
8Nothing Lasts Forever
9Stay Aware
10Sauerkrauts
11 NORD-SEITE (X-Mist Side)
12Consequences
13Seasick
14Fast/Loud
15H.M. Sucks
16Growing Up
17Slam Brigade
18What Are You
19Nazi-Youth

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XM 008Skeezicks Selling Out! ‎(LP, Album)X-Mist Records, Hageland RecordsXM 008Germany1987
XM - 008Skeezicks Selling Out! ‎(LP, Album)X-Mist RecordsXM - 008GermanyUnknown
XM 008, noneSkeezicks Selling Out! - Poor Songs And Bad Jokes - ‎(LP, Album, Blu)X-Mist Records, Hageland RecordsXM 008, noneGermany1987

Credits


  • Artwork By [Back-cover Design] – Armin
  • Artwork By [Cover-concept] – Skeezicks
  • Artwork By [Front-cover Design] – Marc, Olav, Pascal
  • BassArmin
  • DrumsAndy
  • GuitarCarsten, Marc
  • Lyrics ByArmin
  • VocalsSunny

Notes


1st pressing, green sleeve with 12" lyric sheet.

SÜD-SIDE:
RECORDED & PRODUCED 17.-20. April '87
at EA-TONSTUDIO
REUTLINGEN-GÖNNINGEN
NORD-SIDE:
RECORDED & PRODUCED 8.-14. JUNI '87
at PANZERKNACKER-STUDIO
LÜBECK

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Selling Out is a music album by Skeezicks released in 1987. This album is rated in the top 9 of all albums on . 00:00 Lato A Get straight Slam brigade Nazi-Youth Stay aware Sauerkrauts Trapped in labels Join your crew Nothing lasts forever 14:43 Lato B Fast free to Skeezicks selling out Get Straight, Slam Brigade and more. 16 tracks . Selling Out. Lee Got V. 返信 通知を希望する Helpful. 2017年2月21日. 参照 Selling Out, LP, Album, XM 008. pretty much defines the whole Geek Core thing from the late-80's. actually not a bad record, but when I had it the only song I would play repeatedly was FastLoud , which is a totally ripping HC Punk tune with a decent chugga-chugga introbuild up. sold my copy off in the late 90's, and have never had the. This is a list of the world's best-selling albums of recorded music. To appear on the list, the figure must have been published by a reliable source and the album must have sold at least 20 million copies. This list can contain any types of album, including studio albums, extended plays, greatest hits, compilations, various artists, soundtracks and remixes. E3Selling Out. E4H. E5Lee Got V. E6Consequences. E7What Are You. E8Seasick. Artist: Skeezicks. Titel: Selling Out Label: X-Mist. Katalog-Nr: XM - 008. Format: Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP. List of best-selling albums by year in the United States. This is a list of the best-selling albums by year in the United States. Billboard magazine began publishing year-end lists for album sales in 1956. Until 1991, the Billboard album chart was based on a survey of representative retail outlets that determined a ranking, not a tally of actual sales. Weekly surveys and year-end charts by Billboard and other publications such as now defunct Cash Box magazine sometimes differed. The complete Skeezicks Selling Out album info and tracklist. 00:00 Lato A Get straight Slam brigade Nazi-Youth Stay aware Sauerkrauts Trapped in labels Join your crew Nothing lasts forever 14:43 Lato B FastLoud Growin. 80's Melbourne hardcore punk band Vicious Circle's The Price Of Progress album. Tracks are: Internal Control Out On A Limb Public Minister Terminal Breath We. Good bad Music for bad, bad Times. 26 May at 22:29

Skeezicks - Selling Out! MP3
Performer: Skeezicks
Genre: Rock
Title: Selling Out!
Country: Germany
Released: 1987
Style: Hardcore, Punk
MP3 album: 2528 mb
FLAC album: 2575 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 496
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album
№ Cat: XM 008
Label: X-Mist Records

Steelrunner
Skeezicks ‎– Selling Out! in green cover is the 1st pressing, the blue cover edition is the 2nd pressing.
Mautaxe
pretty much defines the whole "Geek Core" thing from the late-80's . actually not a bad record, but when I had it the only song I would play repeatedly was "Fast/Loud" , which is a totally ripping HC Punk tune with a decent chugga-chugga intro/build up. sold my copy off in the late 90's, and have never had the desire to get another one. if I saw it in a budget bin, though, I doubt id buy it again. I just remember the rest of it being not so great tunes with production that was too slick for its own good. I did, however, find them to be fucking hilarious at times. very funny references throughout the record, and that picture on the insert with them posing under the Madonna spray paint banner in the design of the Metallica logo always cracked me the fuck up!!