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Token Entry- From Beneath the Streets LP ~REISSUE!

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Token Entry- From Beneath the Streets LP.  This reissue needs no introduction. By the time Token Entry released From Beneath the Streets in 1987 on Kevin Seconds Positive Force label, they were already one of NYHCs most beloved bands. Having existed in a slightly different incarnation as Gilligans Revenge in the early half of the 1980s, Token Entry were comprised of scene vets from NYs hardcore-rich borough of Queens. One of the few NYHC bands of that era that managed to tour extensively, they were notorious for their high energy shows and their lack of patience for tough-guy posturing. No account of late 80s, CBGB-matinee era NYHC is complete without this album. The present reissue makes From Beneath The Streets available on vinyl for the first time since the late 90s, complete with faithful reproductions of the original covers and inserts, as well as a digital download card.

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