Released April 19, 1990. The album, masked by its loud mixing, lyrically infuses death, drug use, and alcohol abuse into its intoxicating verses and hooks. It was the group’s first true full-length LP, as they had previously only released 3 EPs and a compilation of the first two. As ignorant as Repeater may seem, it includes complex solos and guitar/rhythm sections that would be an influence on rock’s landscape in the years following the albums release. Producers Fugazi & Ted Niceley. Lead Vocals Guy Picciotto.
Repeater" is Fugazi's second outing and while the band certainly made quite the impression with "13 Songs", lots of critics will tell you "Repeater" is the finest of the early Fugazi work. In my personal opinion, I think it is perhaps as an album the weakest Fugazi release because of the unchanging sound of it. Where "13 Songs" was able to switch between aggressive and passive hardcore songs, "Repeater" seems to be the most plainly aggressive Fugazi album
Лейблы Dischord Records. Музыкальный стильPost Hardcore. Владельцы этого альбома16. 3. Brendan Number One.
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About Repeater album. Album Repeater (1990). Label Dischord Records. Brendan Canty, Guy Picciotto, Ian MacKaye, Joe Lally.
Label: Dischord Records – DISCHORD 44, Dischord Records – DIS44, Dischord Records – Dischord 44. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered. First Fugazi long playing is the definite association of political and personal hardcore visions, of sociological and existentialist poetics. From Do It Yourself production to social problems lyrical themes, from dissonant and destructured music to independent management of the art, Repeater embodies all the coherence of Fugazi Post hardcore.
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Album · 1990 · 14 Songs. After turning the underground upside down with their initial EPs, Fugazi continued to refine and redefine the sound of post-hardcore with their first proper album (and its 3 Songs EP companion). Their supreme confidence is in full effect on the opening track, Turnover, a display of slow-burning swagger that climaxes with, of all things, a Beatles quote.