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Bad Brains

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Bad Brains  Pay to Cum   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  I Against I   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Banned in D.C.   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Big Take Over   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Build a Nation   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Sailin' On   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Soulcraft   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  House of Suffering   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Don't Need It   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  She's Calling You   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  With the Quickness   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Coptic Times   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Sacred Love   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Leaving Babylon   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Rally Round Jah Throne   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Riot Squad   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Let There Be Angels (Just Like You)   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Jah Love   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  How Low Can a Punk Get   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Right Brigade   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Don't Need It   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  I and I Survive   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Voyage Into Infinity   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Supertouch / Shitfit   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Universal Peace   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  Re-Ignition   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  F.V.K.   buy on itunes
Bad Brains  The Regulator   buy on itunes
H.R.  Keep Out of Reach   buy on itunes

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The folks at iTunes Essentials recently caught a rare Bad Brains gig — on a New York City ship skimming its way across the Hudson River. As odd as the pairing may sound (one of the most important hardcore matinee acts ever . . . on a "concert cruise"?), the band silenced all skeptics with a well-oiled set of punk standards ("I Against I," "Banned in D.C.," "Pay to C*m") and gnarly new jams ("Build a Nation," "Universal Peace") so electrifying they got some aging punks to stage dive from a nearby balcony (let's just say everyone was thankful for dub reggae breathers like "Jah Love"). In the end, H.R. and company showed, once again, that when it comes to punk, they're as timeless — and nearly as important — as the Clash and the Ramones.
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