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Minor Threat – Live At Buff Hall (1988) Vinyl 7″ Repress

Band: Minor Threat

Album: Live At Buff Hall

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore

Label: Lost And Found Records

Release Country: Germany

Record Type: 7 Tracks Vinyl 7" Repress


Formed in 1980 and discontinued in 1983, Minor Threat is considered one of the most influential American hardcore punk bands of the early 80s. They released one full-length and three EPs. After breaking up, frontman Ian MacKaye resurfaced in Fugazi. When Geordie quit The Teen Idles, Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson decided to form a new band with Ian MacKaye on vocals instead of bass. They started playing with Lyle Preslar, who sang for the Extorts and wanted to switch to guitar. Lyle introduced them to Brian Baker, another Georgetown Day School punk who was not only a guitar player, but one who had a Marshall guitar amplifier! Brian Baker started playing bass in November of 1980 and the band played its first show a month later.

Minor Threat and SOA were part of a small wave of new kids and bands in DC, many of whom were not into drugs and alcohol. Some of the bands made mention of this in their lyrics, and Minor Threat’s song "Straight Edge" coined the phrase that is now used to describe a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle.

The band played regularly and definitely had a following, but broke up at the end of the summer when Lyle left DC to go to college. Six months later, dissatisfaction with school and a sense of unfinished business prompted Lyle to drop out and, to the surprise of some of the punks in DC, Minor Threat reformed in April 1982. That fall, Steve Hansgen joined to pl (...)


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7 Tracks
A1 12 X U
A2 Small Man Big Mouth
A3 Filler
A4 Out Of Step
B1 It Follows Me
B2 Little Friend
B3 I Don't Wanna Hear It

Second pressing of 500 copies with the following characteristics:
• Blank black label on side B
• Large center hole

Recorded at Buff Hall, Camden, 20 Nov 1982.




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