Band: Doom (2)
Album: Fuck Peaceville
Release Date: June 1995
Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore
Label: Grade A Thrape Records
Release Country: United States
Record Type: 37 Tracks CD
Formed in 1987 in Birmingham, United Kingdom, however they began as The Subverters, with Bri Doom (guitar), John Pickering (bass/vocals) and Jason "Hog" Hodges (drums). About the time Hog was replaced by new drummer, Mick Harris (Napalm Death), the band changed its name to Doom.
|3||Slave To Convention||0:54|
|4||After The Bomb||1:28|
|13||War On Our Doorstep||1:14|
|17||Phobia For Change||2:00|
|18||A Dream To Come True||1:07|
|19||Relief (Part 2)||1:12|
|20||Beat The Boss||1:31|
|21||Agree To Differ||4:23|
|22||Life In Freedom, Governed By Love||0:27|
|25||Drowning In The Mainstream||1:58|
|28||Bury The Debt (Not The Dead)||1:25|
|30||Fear Of The Future||2:00|
|33||Days Go By||2:07|
|34||Stop Gap System||1:34|
|36||Means To An End||4:44|
|37||Bastard File In The Urethra Of Paul Halmshaw||2:24|
Recorded at "In A City Studios" on 17, 18 & 19/2/95.
From the cover:
This release contains no new songs !!
This has been released due to the treatment the band has received from "Peaceville Records", who have now sold half the label to "Music For Nations". This happened after they had assured the band that the recordings wouldn't fall into the hands of a major label.
Also, for some years, the band have wanted to re-record some of their early songs, as they haven't been happy with the original sound production (Especially "War Crimes"). This has been released by the band, non-profit, to be sold as cheaply as possible.