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Description: Gang of Four went disco, Mission of Burma went deaf--and the Clash? Well, the Clash just went, but Fugazi have managed to escape the pitfalls that befell their predecessors. In fact, the Washington D.C. band formed by Minor Threat's Ian MacKaye and Insurrection's Guy Piccotto may well have become the world's most reliable source of no-sellout noise-pop. 13 Songs brings together the two 1989 EPs that first introduced the group's unique hybrid of hardcore, funk, and art-rock. And while Fugazi's music has since grown in sophistication, fan favorites such as "Waiting Room" and "Margin Walker" are early indicators ... (more)
Manufacturer: Dischord
Release date: 11 April 1990
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0718750734020 UPC: 718750734020
Tags: Indie (1), Rock (1), US (1), Cd (1), 1990 (1), Hardcore (1), 1980's (1), American (1), Punk Rock (1), Chris (1), Album (1), Comp. (1)
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RS: 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All-Time (40 music items)

"Exโ€“Minor Threat and Embrace leader Ian MacKaye's amazing next act was an arty revelation: He and his Fugazi bandmates invented a body-moving post-hardcore sound โ€” and with "Waiting Room," wrote American punk's finest karaoke banger. As a social force, Fugazi were huge enough to take advantage of what dueling lead singer Guy Picciotto called "the power of 'no,'" only playing all-ages shows with $5 tickets and refusing to license any merchandise (even if fans bootlegged T-shirts that read "Thi"

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