Disrupt – Unrest (1994) Cassette

Band: Disrupt

Album: Unrest

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore Grindcore

Label: Relapse Records

Release Country: United States

Record Type: 20 Tracks Cassette

Disrupt formed in the summer of 1987 in Lynn, Massachusetts. The lineup was Jay Stiles-vocals, Pete Kamarinos-vocals, Chris Drake- guitar, Harry Haralabatos-drums, Tony Leone-bass. After recording one rehearsal demo, Tony and Harry left the band. Brad Clark- drums and Mike Williams-guitar joined in the spring of 1988. Brad left the band a couple of months later and Mike started playing drums. With this lineup in November 1988, they recorded the Millions Die For Moneymaking - 13 song demo with Jay also playing bass. In the spring of 1989, Mike and Chris left the band. Harry the original drummer rejoined the band so they could record songs that at the time were supposed to be on a split 7" with Extreme Noise Terror. Scott Lucid-bass then joined the band. In Oct. 1989, they recorded 5 songs for the s/t 7", the lineup then being Pete-vocals, Jay -vocals and guitar, Scott-bass and Harry-drums. In 1990, Chris Drake rejoined the band and Terry Savastano (Spasm) joined on second guitar. Scott then left the band Bob Palombo replaced him on bass. This lineup recorded 11 songs for the Refuse Planet 7" and split 7" with Destroy! in Jan 1991. Chris left the band in early 1991 and was replaced with Jeff Hayward (Unleashed Anger). About a week later Harry -drums quit and Randy Odierno (Temporary Insanity) took his place. In May of 1991 the lineup was Pete Kamarinos-vocals, Jay Stiles-vocals, Terry Savastano-guitar, Jeff Hayward-guitar, Bob Palombo-bass and Randy Odierno- (...)


20 Tracks
A1 Domestic Prison
A2 Mass Graves
A3 Complaint
A4 A Life's A Life
A5 Pay For ...
A6 Unrest
A7 Reality Distortion
A8 Down My Throat
A9 Tortured In Entirety
A10 Religion Is A Fraud
B1 We Stand Corrected
B2 Faction Disorder
B3 Human Garbage
B4 Without Sincerity
B5 Neglected
B6 Same Old Shit
B7 For What?
B8 Squandered
B9 Mindlock
B10 Green To Grey

Bob Palombo's name was misprinted as Bob Palumbo in credits for this release.

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