Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Far Left Limit - The Skeleton Against The People (2000)



Far Left Limit - The Skeleton Against The People CD-R. Self-released 2000.

1. Step Out
2. It's Too Late
3. Today Flag Tag, Tomorrow The World
4. Out of Hope
5. Sometimes I Wonder
6. Why

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One of this country's best ever hardcore bands. Not immediately evident from this first recording but, fuck, they were awesome. Went on to record a split 7" with Deadstare on Deplorable/Gash, one of this country's best ever hardcore records, and then the "Paint it Black" 7" on Gash/625, also highly recommended. Members have since played or are playing in The Focus, Pisschrist, Straightjacket Nation, Bill Shankly, Agents Of Abhorrence and many, many more. Dave even guested for Conquest For Death when they toured over here. Not sure how many were made but it wasn't a lot. It's possible that this might have been a cassette too, but I'm not sure. Tapes hadn't really made their comeback yet at this point. The Flag Tag song was a fun-times live staple for pretty much their whole existence, and Sometimes I Wonder was re-recorded for the split 7" but everything else is only found on this demo. Tear it up.

3 comments:

  1. thanks tom, I haven't heard this. Its too late supposed to be sometimes I wonder.

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  3. thank you for the upload but here is the
    correct track listing:
    1 - Step Out (1:48)
    2 - Sometimes I Wonder (1:25)
    3 - It's Too Late (1:42)
    4 - Why (0:19)
    5 - Today Flag Tag, Tomorrow The World (1:48)
    6 - Out of Hope (1:47)

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