Dating back to their early years, with classic, still completely relevant songs like "Police" and "Baiting the Public," to 2006's massive Hidden World, through equally significant full lengths — including David Comes to Life, a rock opera — to the band's most recent release Glass Boys, Fucked Up has cemented itself as one of the most important and genuine bands of our time.
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Later singles like “The Price Of Silence” and “The More I See” saw the band’s metallic scale tipping into less urgent and crucial waters, largely because original guitarist Tony “Bones” Roberts had departed the band and was making more serious hardcore with Broken Bones.
By the time of the 1986 disaster known as Grave New World, Discharge had gone full on metal, and a drippy, grim and unfocused sort of metal at that.
PUP's finest quality is that they can be relentlessly confrontational and equally self-critical, all with a smile on their face.
This begins with "If This Tour Doesn't Kill You, I Will," a three-part rager that begins softly, despite singer Stefan Babcock's lyrics about violently hating his most trusted allies, and then explodes into a cacophonous party-starter.
Originally issued on vinyl in ’87, this collection brings together both early singles by legendary British hardcore band Discharge, as well as some of the better non-LP material recorded before their major slump in the middle eighties.