Reflex From Pain – Black And White E.P. 7″



Listen to this! What does it sound like? Yeah yeah it sounds like Hardcore but what else? Does it sound like any other band? No it dosen’t. Here’s a proof that the so called Hardcore gengre haven’t evolved. It went Devo way. Devolution.


Ha ha it incorporated metal you say? Yeah it did. And what did it lead too? All the jooks went to the HC scene and it all started to suck bad both music and attitude wise.


“Messing up our scene, wasted human beings. Lost their ticket to go, to the AC-DC show(nudge nudge Erich). Can’t see the future, only the past(nudge nudge me). Angry and confused, the world moves too fast. Rednecks, Rednecks out for blood (x4). They didn’t get enough oxygen. When they were born. Only enough life in their heads to grow their hair long.” From Redneck. Genious? Genious!


C.I.A. posted before and Reflex From Pain members went on to form 76% Uncertain. Pick up their live stuff posted sometime ago.


Country: USA
Year: 1983
Label: Death Threat
Format: 7″
Generic Life.mp3
Media Control.mp3
Holy Pictures.mp3

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8 Responses to Reflex From Pain – Black And White E.P. 7″

  1. fred says:

    Hey if we’re going to harken back to the Reagan era, maybe we should bring back *drug testing*, at least screen the folks who wrote the last two descriptions, eh?

    Just kidding, I could care less if you run spell check or even reread the text, I can figger it out.

  2. BarniePete says:

    This is the shit! Makes my Mohawk stand up! I´m going to sing this when I´m calling in the cattle!

  3. yme says:

    nice one, thanks

  4. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    ha ha Fred! Well I’m not a reviwer and sure not a good speller. And I’m from Sweden. Add to that that I’m a bit dyslectic and you’re well prepared.

  5. timmy says:

    1983 was a great year for hardcore!!!!!!

  6. Milky says:

    I’m a redneck.

  7. Evan says:

    Todd is an awesome guitarist!

  8. Lea says:

    Andrew’s guitar work has a very live sound, and really stands out on the recording.

    Loved seeing these guys at Pogo’s back in the day!

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