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No Comment- Live On KXLU 1992 7" ~RARE GREEN MARBLE WAX!

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No Comment- Live On KXLU 1992 7".  A ripping live radio set that catches No Comment at their rawest. Along with other powerviolence bands like Crossed Out, Capitalist Casualties, and Man Is The Bastard; No Comment wre influential in what was known as the “West Coast Powerviolence” scene for their aggressive musical and conceptual take on the hardcore. In other words, No Comment is undoubtedly one of the true pioneers of all PV and the fastcore scene. Nice packaging on this one as the cover folds out into a 2 sided insert with a bunch of band flyers and lyrics and a giant No Comment poster on the other side. THESE ARE ON THE LIMITED GREEN MARBLE WAX!

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