Saturday, March 21, 2009

Nausea

Nausea was an American crust punk band from New York City in the Lower Eastside of Manhattan, active from 1985-1992. Nausea is usually cited as being integral in the rise of American crust punk, a fusion of anarcho-punk and extreme metal styles.

Like the anarchist band Crass, Nausea used both male and female vocalists. They were involved in the New York City Lower East Side squatting community. Their earlier sound with singers Amy Miret and Neil Robinson was in the vein of traditional hardcore punk. After Robinson's departure in 1988, he was replaced by Al Long and the band began to experiment with a darker, heavier sound.

Nausea - Nausea Demo (1988)
01 - Intro
02 - MTV (Feeding the Fortune 500)
03 - Clutches
04 - Productive Not Destructive
05 - Home Sweet Home
06 - World Of No Tomorrow
07 - Godless
08 - Fallout
09 - Electrodes
10 - Open Up Your Eyes
11 - Divide and Conquer
12 - Right To Live (1986)
13 - Godless
14 - Red Winter
15 - Fallout
16 - Productive Not Destructive
17 - Clutches
18 - Red Winter
19 - Divide and Conquer
20 - Divide and Conquer (Take 2)

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Nausea - Extinction LP (1990)
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Nausea - Cybergod 7" (1991)

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Nausea - Lie Cycle 7" (1992)
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Nausea - Alive in Holland (1993)
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Nausea - Extinction: The Second Coming CD (1993)
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Nausea - Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 1 CD (2004)
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Nausea - Punk Terrorist Anthology Vol. 2 CD (2005)
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Nausea - Body Of Christ
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