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Discharge


Punk Hardcore Band formed in 1977


Discharge are an English hardcore punk band formed in 1977 in Stoke-on-Trent by Terence "Tezz" Roberts and Royston "Rainy" Wainwright. While the band has undergone several line-up changes throughout its history, the classic line-up from the early 1980s featured bassist Wainwright, drummer Gary Maloney, Anthony "Bones" Roberts playing guitar, and vocalist Kelvin "Cal" Morris.The band is characterized by a minimalistic approach to music and lyrics, using a heavy, distorted, and grinding guitar-driven sound and raw, shouted vocals similar to a political speech, with lyrics on anarchist and pacifist themes, over intense drone-like rhythms. The band's sound has been called a "grave-black aural acid assault." Discharge "paved the way for an astounding array of politically motivated, musically intense and deeply confrontational bands". Discharge was "explicitly political" and used a "revolutionary/activist" attitude that moved hardcore away from its pub rock origins and towards a "dangerous and provocative" territory.AllMusic calls the band's sound a "high-speed noise overload" characterized by "ferocious noise blasts". The band's 1982 debut album, Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing, went to number two on the UK Indie Charts and number 40 in the UK Album Chart. Treble magazine calls HNSNSN one of the ten essential hardcore albums, in a list that includes Black Flag's Damaged and the Dead Kennedys' Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables. In the early 1980s, numerous singles and EPs placed in the top 10 of the UK Indie Charts, including the 1981 EP Why? (#1) and the 1982 single State Violence State Control.

HNSNSN paved the way for various extreme metal styles such as thrash metal, black metal, crust punk, and grindcore. The band's "brutal, extremist approach" and "extreme thrash noise" style of playing eventually led to the thrash genre. "Discharge's influence on heavy metal is incalculable and metal superstars such as Metallica, Anthrax and Sepultura have covered Discharge's songs in tribute." Discharge was a major influence on at least two generations of metal. Along with Napalm Death and Extreme Noise Terror, Discharge have been credited for laying the groundwork for grindcore. The musical genre of D-beat is named after Discharge and the band's distinctive drumbeat.

Career

Formation; classic line-up (1977–1979)

Discharge was formed in 1977 in Stoke-on-Trent by Terence "Tez" Roberts (vocals) and Royston "Rainy" Wainwright (guitar). They soon recruited Roberts's younger brother Anthony "Bones" Roberts on lead guitar, Nigel Bamford on bass and Anthony "Akko" Axon (Allmusic gives the alternate nickname "Hacko") on drums. The musical style of the band was initially influenced by 1977-era punk bands such as the Sex Pistols, The Damned and The Clash. Engaging Tanya Rich as their manager, the band recorded their first demo, supported bands such as The Ruts, The Clash and The Damned at the Victoria Hall, Hanley, and began touring.

Axon left later that year, followed by Bamford, and the band recruited their roadie Kelvin "Cal" Morris as vocalist, moving Terry Roberts to drums and Wainwright to bass. With Morris's addition, the group abandoned their previous Sex Pistols-influenced material and developed a new set of songs with a retooled sound. Anthony Roberts played guitar with a heavy, distorted, and grinding style and Morris shouted or screamed vocals without melody. The bassist played with an "immense gurgling over-driven" bass tone. The tempo of the band's songs also steadily increased over the next year or so. The stylistic transition made by the band was part of a broader trend in the early 1980s in the UK, which is known as "UK 82" or second generation UK punk.

The new, harder-edged style also tended to use much darker, more nihilistic and violent lyrics, focusing on anarchist and pacifist themes while emphasizing the grisly effects of nuclear warfare and the social ills caused by capitalism. Like Crass, Discharge supported anarchism and displayed the anarchist symbol. The band also expressed its political and social themes in its albums' artwork, which depicted the horrors of war using an iconic black-and-white photography style. One of the notable images is the "Impaled Dove" artwork from a 1930s John Heartfield anti-war poster, which depicts a dove impaled on a bayonet. The first gig with this new line-up and new sound was at Northwood Parish Hall. Among the audience was local record shop owner Mike Stone, who ran the Clay Records punk record label.

Early EPs; Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (1980–1982)

In 1980, Discharge signed with Clay Records, and recorded their first single Realities of War in February 1980, which made the UK Indie Chart when it was released in April, after being played on BBC1 DJ John Peel's show, peaking at number 5 and spending 44 weeks in the chart. The band also performed their first shows outside of Stoke-on-Trent in 1980, playing in Leicester, Preston and Glasgow. After two further EP releases in that same year, founding member Terry Roberts departed, later joining UK Subs, to be replaced by Dave "Bambi" Ellesmere (formerly of The Insane) before the Why? EP was recorded. Ellesmere did not stay long, and the band replaced him with Garry Maloney of The Varukers on drums. Why? gave the band their first UK indie number one. Why? had cover photos showing the corpses of dead civilians. The song "Visions of War" had an "unrepentantly angry and punishing attack" and it became a signature song for the group. The songs "Maimed and Slaughtered," "Does This System Work?" and "Mania for Conquest" set out the song and sound template for crust bands. At the same time, the record showed that it was possible for a hardcore band to incorporate the sonic power of "heavy metal without sacrificing ideology or anger".Discharge "...developed a brutal, extremist approach to punk that would give rise to thrash." A reviewer from Punknews.org calls the music from this period "ugly and jagged without the artistic convolution of their no-wave contemporaries overseas", composed of "catchy, repetitive, stomping chords[,]...drumming that seems to emphasize creating a hellacious racket rather than keep a steady beat" and "very serious and socially conscious" song lyrics. The reviewer notes that "instead of creating a melody, vocalist Cal’s grunting shout...blends in with the rhythm", in effect becoming "a fourth [rhythm] instrument". Cal's lyrics and singing were "...short bursts of brutal sloganeering that made no concessions to melody or meter." Cal's deep "growl anticipated...[the] vocals that death metal and grindcore later" used. "Cal’s hoarse barking" sounded angry, and his anarchist lyrics "against government oppression and nuclear war, were like nihilist haikus, delivered without metaphor, nuance, or humour."

The band's songs were "played at warp speed, accompanied by a rumbling bass and a merciless, galloping drumbeat", with songs usually under two minutes and done at a fast tempo.The Punknews.org reviewer argues that the early 1981 EP Why? "...revolutionized everything...[paving the] way for the atonal shredding of hardcore punk, thrash, death metal, and grind, but also the dead-serious political ideals and brutal backing of crust hardcore". Ian Glasper described the EP as "one of the most potent anti-war records ever made". Tom G. Warrior of Celtic Frost credited Discharge as "a revolution, much like Venom", saying, "When I heard the first two Discharge records, I was blown away. I was just starting to play an instrument and I had no idea you could go so far. And to me, they were unlike other punk bands--they sounded more like metal."Discharge recorded their first album, 1982's Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (HNSNSN), which was the number one punk album of all time in a poll by Terrorizer magazine. In David Konow's history of heavy metal, he calls the album the band's "...crowning achievement, a mercilessly brutal masterpiece." The album reached number two on the indie album chart and number 40 in the UK Album Chart. In the early 1980s, "[i]conic punk fanzines like Flipside, which could make or break [band] reputations, pronounced them [Discharge] "fucking great." Treble zine called it one of the top ten essential hardcore albums, along with Black Flag's Damaged and the Dead Kennedys Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables. Treble zine states that the music on HNSNSN was "much, much heavier" than previous punk and states that it influenced "punk rock, [and]... metal circles" with its "raw and intense" sound. Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian stated in 2015 that "You put on... Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing album now, and it’s still as heavy and brutal as anything out there."The group played regularly throughout the UK, often appearing with bands such as GBH and The Exploited, and the success of the debut album also saw them touring Canada, the United States, Italy, Yugoslavia, Holland, Finland, and Sweden. The band had trouble getting into Canada at the border crossing at Buffalo, New York, as border guards thought the band looked like "animals". The lyrics on the album tended to be short political statements that were repeated. The album's title track, for example, consists of only three lines: "Lied to, threatened, cheated and deceived/ Hear nothing, see nothing, say nothing/ Led up garden paths and into blind alleys." The song "Free Speech for the Dumb" is even more lyrically stripped down; it consists solely of the words from the title repeated emphatically.

1982's "State Violence State Control"/"Dooms'day" single garnered further critical praise, described in the fanzine Love and Molotov Cocktails as "...just about the most perfect realisation of a combination of the musical power of Motörhead and the lyrical mastery of Dead Kennedys at their best. Discharge are out there on their own, at the top of their game and it's hard to see how they can improve on this."

Heavy metal crossover period; first breakup (1982–1987)

In 1982, Anthony Roberts left the group, later to form Broken Bones with his brother Tezz joining him. He was replaced by Peter "Pooch" Purtill (Allmusic and Glasper give the alternate spelling "Pyrtle" for his last name) who brought significant heavy metal influences. Purtill used a rock and metal style of guitar playing, including rock-oriented guitar solos. The Warning... EP shows drastic stylistic differences, with Morris changing his angry shouts to a mix of regular singing and football chants. Morris began to use a heavy metal, Ozzy Osbourne-influenced vocal style. As well, the band used significantly slower tempos and their D-beat punk style was replaced with metal-oriented beats.

With the release of Ignorance, Purtill and Maloney left the band to form the punk/metal crossover band HellsBelles, to be replaced by guitarists Les "The Mole" Hunt and drummer Michael "Micky" Gibson. Following the later addition of second guitarist Stephen "Fish" Brooks, they released 1986's Grave New World, a mainstream metal album with a glam sound from Morris's high-pitched singing style. The album reached the indie top 10, but the band struggled with personnel problems as Morris departed and was briefly replaced by ex-Wrathchild frontman Rob "Rocky Shades" Berkeley the following year. The group disbanded shortly thereafter.

Reformation with new line-up (1990–1999)

Morris formed a new version of the band in 1990 with Andrew "Andy" Green on guitar, Anthony Morgan on bass, and Mika Karppinen initially playing drums, only to be replaced by the returning Maloney. The Live At The City Garden, New Jersey album on Clay Records followed. In 1991 they released Massacre Divine, which retained the metal sound, though with a noticeably harder edge than on Grave New World. Morris again changed his vocal style, this time to rougher growling, similar to Brian Johnson of AC/DC. They toured widely in support of the record, including their only visit to Japan, but the tour was negatively received. In 1993 they released Shootin' Up the World, which continued Cal's new vocal style, but the songs were significantly heavier than on Massacre Divine. The album retains the metal direction, although experiments with strange lyrics and song structures, coming close to thrash metal at times. Morris assembled further versions of the group, but they again disbanded in 1999.

Reunion of classic line-up and End of Days (2001–present)

In 2001, the classic line-up of Morris, Roberts, and Wainright reunited after meeting at a party held by original bassist Bamford, and in 2002 they released their self-titled album Discharge, a return to their early 1980s style featuring political commentary and aggressive playing. As well, they brought back their intense D-beat drumming style, although combined with the remaining metal influence, it gave the album a speed metal influence with its thrashy riffs.

Morris would not commit to touring to promote the album and left the band, to be replaced by Anthony "Rat" Martin of The Varukers. The single "The Beginning of the End" was released in 2006, which marked a further step towards a return to the punk sound. Dave "Proper" Caution replaced Terence Roberts after his second departure this same year, and the group released the Disensitise album in 2008. In 2011 the band released an EP titled "Propaganda Feeds". In 2012 they released a split single with American band Off with Their Heads, released on Drunken Sailor Records. In 2014, they played the Black and Blue Bowl in Brooklyn, New York. Rat was replaced by Jeff "JJ" Janiak, while Tezz Roberts returned to the band, except this time on rhythm guitar rather than drums making Discharge a five-piece.

On 3 June 2015, the group premiered a new song called "New World Order". An EP containing the song and a live recording of "Ain't No Feeble Bastard" was released on 16 January 2016, entitled New World Order. On 10 February 2016, the band announced that their 7th studio album, titled End of Days, was to be released sometime in April. It would be Discharge's first album with singer JJ and their first album as a five-piece band. On 3 March 2016, the Nuclear Blast YouTube channel uploaded a new song, "Hatebomb," which would later on be available through other streaming services. The same day, the band released the track listing for End Of Days.

End of Days, Discharge's seventh studio album, was released on 29 April through Nuclear Blast Records and entered the Official UK rock charts at #10 and on the indie charts at #23. The success of the album saw the band touring Europe and the USA. MetalBlast gave the album a positive review, stating that it "...showcases everything about the band that has earned them their legendary status. The guitar work is fast and brutal, that famous D-beat drumming pattern is in full effect, and the vocals are a gruff, angry bark." The review states that the "songs are short, violent bursts of punk rock fury, brimming with an energy" with "a real sense of menace and sincerity in the tone" and it is "[r]elentless from start to finish". The production was praised as clear and "live"-sounding; the only negative comment was the lack of melody on the record.

Influence

D-beatThe intense Motörhead- and Buzzcocks-influenced drum beat used by Discharge early in their career is referred to as D-beat (sometimes referred to as "discrust"). It became a subgenre of hardcore punk, especially in Japanese, Brazilian and Scandinavian hardcore punk scenes. D-beat music is known for its "grinding, distorted, [and] brutally political" style. Many bands that followed Discharge's stylistic approach, primarily in Sweden, began using the "Dis-" prefix and "-charge" suffix in their names, and even began using "Des-" words with "Dis-" in its place as a parody. Examples include Disaccord, Disfear, Disclose, Discard, Dischug, Recharge, Kegcharge, Disarm and Distraught.

The bands who followed this naming trend also imitated Discharge's logo. This resulted in UK anarchist punk band Active Minds issuing an EP in 1995 entitled Dis Is Getting Pathetic, which parodied the cover of Fight Back.

Influence on other genresAs well as bringing the D-beat subgenre into existence, Discharge influenced bands operating within other types of extreme music.Decibel magazine states that there are "...few bands who have had more influence over so many different scenes than Discharge", including the first generation of thrash bands, grind and hardcore groups."Discharge's influence on heavy metal is incalculable and metal superstars such as Metallica, Anthrax and Sepultura have covered Discharge's songs in tribute." Some photos of Metallica, Anthrax and Exodus band members from the early 1980s show them wearing Discharge, Broken Bones and GBH shirts. Thrash metal groups like Metallica and Slayer were inspired by their speed and brutality. Anthrax was already playing Discharge cover songs by 1983.Oakland metal band Neurosis named Discharge's "Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing" (the title track of the album of the same name) as one of the top five UK anarcho-punk tracks. The band's singer/guitarist Steve Von Till stated that Discharge "...bridged the gap between Motörhead, Venom and punk rock" with their "huge fucking wall-of-sound guitar that was just ridiculously punishing, taking on heavy metal’s gain and volume but creating something totally unique and new."They were one of the few British hardcore bands to be respected by the American hardcore scene; D-beats feature in the music of Siege, an American hardcore band who would influence powerviolence and grindcore. Along with Napalm Death and Extreme Noise Terror, Discharge have been credited for laying the groundwork for grindcore. Early grindcore acts such as Napalm Death and Repulsion were influenced by Discharge, as were early death metal acts such as Celtic Frost and Nihilist. Discharge were also crucial to the development of crust punk, influencing many of the first crust bands, such as Doom, Hellbastard, and Antisect.

VocalsJames Hetfield of Metallica nominated Cal Morris for Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Singers poll. Cal was No. 17 on a list of 20 singers that James nominated.

Cover songsDischarge's wide influence can also be seen in the range of cover versions recorded by hardcore punk and metal groups. The Scottish anarcho-punk band Oi Polloi covered the song "State Violence, State Control". During the same period, the Swedish hardcore punk band Mob 47 covered "Never Again" on their Ultimate Attack recording. New York City anarchist crust band Nausea, active from 1985–1992, recorded "Ain't No Feeble Bastard" along with "Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing", on The Punk Terrorist Anthology, Vol. 1. Swedish grindcore band Nasum covered "Visions of War" for a tribute compilation. The Southern band the Cooters covered "A Hell on Earth/Cries of Help" on their 2005 album Chaos or Bust. D-beat/hardcore punk band From Ashes Rise recorded the nuclear war-themed "Hell on Earth". In 2003, US hardcore band Ensign covered "Protest and Survive" on their album of covers Love the Music, Hate the Kids.

Metal groups from several metal subgenres have recorded Discharge songs. Thrash metal bands covering Discharge material include Metallica ("Free Speech For The Dumb" and "The More I See", on their studio covers album Garage Inc.); Anthrax ("Protest and Survive" on their studio album Attack of the Killer B's); and Brazilian Sepultura ("A Look At Tomorrow", "Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing" and "Protest and Survive"). The groove metal band Machine Head covered "The Possibility of Life's Destruction" as a bonus track to their album The More Things Change....

Discharge songs also attracted interest from other metal subgenres, such as doom metal and grindcore. UK doom metal band Solstice covered "Protest & Survive", and Norwegian black metal band Carpathian Forest covered "The Possibilities of Life's Destruction" on their compilation album We're Going to Hell for This - Over a Decade of Perversions, while the grindcore/death metal band Napalm Death covered "War's No Fairytale" on their Leaders Not Followers: Part 2 album. As well, the Swedish melodic death metal pioneers At the Gates covered "The Nightmare Continues" as a hidden track on their With Fear I Kiss the Burning Darkness album. French doom/sludge band Monarch! also covered "A Look at Tomorrow" on their A Look At Tomorrow/Mass Destruction EP. UK drone / sludge monsters Moss covered 'Maimed And Slaughtered' on their 'Tombs Of The Blind Drugged' EP. The UK black metal band The Meads of Asphodel adopted a medley style cover of "Hell on Earth" and "Blood Runs Red" on their 2006 EP In the Name of God, Welcome to Planet Genocide.

The Canadian industrial metal band Monster Voodoo Machine named their second album release State Voodoo/State Control after Discharge's "State Violence/State Control", and they included a cover version of "Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing", on their "Bastard Is As Bastard Does" single. Other metal bands covering Discharge songs include Soulfly ("Ain't No Feeble Bastard" and "The Possibility of Life's Destruction") and Machine Head ("The Possibility of Life's Destruction" on The More Things Change... digipack).

Members

Current members

Roy "Rainy" Wainwright – bass (1977–1987, 2001–present), guitar (1977)

Tony "Bones" Roberts – guitar (1977–1982, 2001–present)

Terry "Tezz" Roberts – guitar (2014–present), drums (1977–1980, 2001–2006), vocals (1977)

Dave "Proper Caution" Bridgwood – drums (2006–present)

Jeff "J.J" Janiak – vocals (2014–present)

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Band Members :   Tony Roberts, Jeff Janiak, Terry Roberts, Roy Wainwright, Dave Bridgwood, Keith Haynes, Andy Green, Kelvin Morris, Garry Maloney, Anthony Martin, Peter Pyrtle, Anthony Morgan, Stephen Brookes, Rocky Shades, Nick Bushell, Nigel Bamford, Mick, Acko, Les Hunt, Dave Ellesmere




- Biography -

50 albums

Discharge - Protest And Serve: The Anthology

Protest And Serve: The Anthology

2020
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album Compilation53 Tracks
Bmg


Discharge - Legends Of Punk Vol. 1

Legends Of Punk Vol. 1

2019
Punk, Hardcore
Box Set, DVD, Blu-ray Album23 Tracks
Lost Data Productions


Discharge - Noise Not Music

Noise Not Music

2019
Punk, Hardcore
Box Set, Vinyl Album63 Tracks
F.o.a.d. Records


Discharge - 1980-85

1980-85

2018
Hardcore, Punk
CD Album85 Tracks
Captain Oi!


Discharge - Massacre Of Montreal

Massacre Of Montreal

2017
Hardcore, Punk
Vinyl 7"5 Tracks
27.27 Records


Discharge - End Of Days

End Of Days

2016
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album15 Tracks
Nuclear Blast


Discharge - New World Order

New World Order

2016
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Nuclear Blast


Discharge - Replica Lp Box Set

Replica Lp Box Set

2015
Hardcore, Punk
Box Set, CD Album Compilation70 Tracks
Estado Records


Discharge - Live 2014

Live 2014

2015
Hardcore, Punk
CD Album25 Tracks
Mass Productions


Discharge - Toronto

Toronto '83: In The Cold Night

2015
Hardcore, Punk
Vinyl LP14 Tracks
Ugly Pop Records


Discharge - Indoctrination Of The Masses

Indoctrination Of The Masses

2012
Punk
CD Album Compilation17 Tracks
Black Konflik Records


Discharge - Propaganda Feeds

Propaganda Feeds

2011
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Hg Fact


Discharge - Never Run / Legacy You Left Behind

Never Run / Legacy You Left Behind

2011
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Drunken Sailor Records


Discharge - Japan 09

Japan 09

2009
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album6 Tracks
Vile Records


Discharge - Disensitise

Disensitise

2009
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album14 Tracks
Vile Records


Discharge - Early Demo

Early Demo's

2008
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album Compilation13 Tracks
Estado Records


Discharge - War Is Hell

War Is Hell

2008
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP22 Tracks
Unrest Records


Discharge - Beginning Of The End

Beginning Of The End

2006
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"3 Tracks
Thunk Records


Discharge - Discharge / MG 15

Discharge / MG 15

2005
Punk, Hardcore, Thrash
Vinyl 7"6 Tracks
Throne Records


Discharge - Live In London 1983

Live In London 1983

2004
Hardcore, Punk
DVD Album20 Tracks
Rpm Live Window Inc


Discharge - Tour Edition 001

Tour Edition 001

2004
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album13 Tracks
Not On Label (discharge Self-released)


Discharge - Society

Society's Victims

2004
Punk
CD Album Compilation80 Tracks
Castle Music


Discharge - Decontrol The Singles

Decontrol The Singles

2002
Punk
CD Album Compilation39 Tracks
Castle Music


Discharge - Discharge

Discharge

2002
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album13 Tracks
Sanctuary Records


Discharge - Free Speech For The Dumb

Free Speech For The Dumb

1999
Punk
CD Album Compilation40 Tracks
Essential


Discharge - Hardcore Hits

Hardcore Hits

1999
Punk
CD Album Compilation18 Tracks
Cleopatra


Discharge - Vision Of War

Vision Of War

1997
Punk
CD Album Compilation36 Tracks
Recall 2cd


Discharge - The Clay Punk Singles Collection

The Clay Punk Singles Collection

1995
Hardcore, Punk
CD Album Compilation27 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Shootin

Shootin' Up The World

1993
Punk, Heavy Metal
CD Album11 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Live In Japan

Live In Japan

1992
Hardcore, Punk
VHS NTSC15 Tracks
Toy's Factory


Discharge - Protest And Survive 1980-1984

Protest And Survive 1980-1984

1992
Punk
CD Album Compilation30 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Massacre Divine

Massacre Divine

1991
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album13 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - The Nightmare Continues... Live

The Nightmare Continues... Live

1990
Hardcore, Punk
CD Album Live16 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Live At The City Garden New Jersey

Live At The City Garden New Jersey

1989
Punk, Hardcore
CD Album16 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - 1980-1986

1980-1986

1987
Hardcore, Punk
Vinyl LP22 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Grave New World

Grave New World

1986
Hardcore, Heavy Metal
Vinyl LP7 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Ignorance

Ignorance

1985
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - The Price Of Silence

The Price Of Silence

1984
Punk
Vinyl LP8 Tracks
Vap


Discharge - Punk And Destroy

Punk And Destroy

1984
Punk
Vinyl LP17 Tracks
Vap


Discharge - The More I See

The More I See

1984
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Never Again

Never Again

1984
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP17 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Warning: Her Majesty

Warning: Her Majesty's Government Can Seriously Damage Your Health

1983
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 12"4 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - The Price Of Silence / Born To Die In The Gutter

The Price Of Silence / Born To Die In The Gutter

1983
Punk, Hardcore, Thrash
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - State Violence State Control

State Violence State Control

1982
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing

Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing

1982
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl LP14 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Live At The Lyceum; 24th May 1981

Live At The Lyceum; 24th May 1981

1981
Punk, Hardcore
Cassette Limited Edition25 Tracks
Chaos Cassettes


Discharge - Why

Why

1981
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 12"10 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Fight Back

Fight Back

1980
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"5 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Decontrol

Decontrol

1980
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyl 7"3 Tracks
Clay Records


Discharge - Realities Of War

Realities Of War

1980
Punk
Vinyl 7"4 Tracks
Clay Records




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Never Again / Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing / The Nightmare Continues
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Decontrol EP
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Discharge : State Violence State Control : AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
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Doomsday (single mix)
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Warning: Her Majesty's Government Can Seriously Damage Your Health EP
Discharge
Discharge Warning (With Lyrics in the Description) Classic UK82 Punk Rock
Discharge
Realities of war EP
Discharge
The Price of Silence / Born To Die In The Gutter 7 EP
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Never Again (Live)
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Never Again [Full Compilation CD 1984] 1989
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The More I See [Full 7'' Vinyl 1984]
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Discharge -The More I See 12EP Extended Version
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We Dare Speak (A Moment Only)
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Grave New World (1986) [Full Album]
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From Where I Stand
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Discharge-Never Again
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Ignorance EP 1985 - ignorance extended version
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Discharge : No Compromise : AUDIO Punk Vinyl
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IGNORANCE
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MG 15 & Discharge
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Discharge : War is Hell : AUDIO Punk Vinyl
Discharge
Discharge- Discharge (Full Album) 2002
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Almost Alive
Discharge
Accessories By Molotov
Discharge
Hell Is War
Discharge
Hype Overload
Discharge
War is Hell (2004) *With Rat on vocals*
Discharge
State Violence State Control(War is hell version)
Discharge
You Deserve Me(War is Hell version)
Discharge
Never Again(War is Hell version)
Discharge
The Nightmare Continues (War is Hell version)
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Realities Of War (War is Hell version)
Discharge
Doomsday (War is Hell version)
Discharge
Discharge-Decontrol (Live - Apocalypse Punk Tour 1981)
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It Can't Happen Here
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Larry's Hideaway Toronto - Canada [11.24.1983] (Part.)
Discharge
Discharge End Of Days
Discharge
'End Of Days' Track By Track, part 1 (OFFICIAL INTERVIEW)
Discharge
The Broken Law (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Discharge
End Of Days [Full Album]
Discharge
Discharge The Broken Law
Discharge
New World Order (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Discharge
Discharge : Legacy You Left Behind : AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
Discharge
Propaganda Feeds
Discharge
Shootin' up the world
Discharge
SHOOTIN' UP THE WORLD
Discharge
Shootin Up The World (Full Album)
Discharge
Discharge-War's No Fairytale
Discharge
Fight Back
Discharge
Discharge-Always Restrictions
Discharge
Discharge-You Take Part in Creating This System
Discharge
Discharge-Religion Instigates
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Disensitise (Full Album) 2008
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Discharge : Legacy You Left Behind : AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
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DISCHARGE Noise Not Music UNBOXING
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Never Again / Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing / The Nightmare Continues
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Discharge-Live At The City Garden New Jersey 89' (Full Album)
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Hear Nothing,See Nothing,Say Nothing (Live)
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Discharge :Beginning of the End :AUDIO Punk Vinyl.divx
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Discharge : The Blood Of The Innocent : AUDIO Punk Vinyl
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They lie, you die
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Early Demos 1977
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You Deserve Me (2004) *With Rat on vocals*
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Hype Overload (2004) *With Rat on vocals*
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War is Hell (2004) *With Rat on vocals*
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Discharge Japan 1991/CLUB CITTA KAWASAKI/
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Albums Downloads



  Discharge - End Of Days - 2016 (Uk)       2
  Discharge - 1999 - Anthology, Free Speech For The Dumb - Cd2
  Discharge - 1981 - Never Again (EP)       1
  Discharge - 1983 - Nightmare In Lepakko [apn]       1
  Discharge - 2002 - Discharge
  Discharge - 1980 - Fight Back (EP)
  Discharge - 1982 - Warning (EP) [apn]
  Discharge - 1985 - Ignorance (EP)
  Discharge - The More I See Single
  Discharge - 1980-1986 - Protest And Survive - Cd1
  Discharge - 1983 - The Price Of Silence Single
  Discharge - 1983 - Warning - Her Majesty's Government Can Seriously Damage Your Health (EP)
  Discharge - 2001 - The Clay Punk Singles Collection
  Discharge - 1980 - Decontrol (EP)
  Discharge - 2003 - War Is Hell Tour
  Discharge - 2006 - Beginning Of The End
  Discharge - 1981 - Why       2
  Discharge - 1980-1986 - Protest And Survive - Cd2
  Discharge - 1980 - Realities Of War (EP)
  Discharge - 1999 - Hardcore Hits
  Discharge - 1982 - Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
  Discharge - 2004 - Tour Edition 001
  Discharge - 1999 - Anthology, Free Speech For The Dumb - Cd1
  Discharge - 1995 - Shootin Up The World
  Discharge - 1991 - Massacre Divine
  Discharge - 1986 - Grave New World [apn]
  Discharge - 1982 - State Violence, State Control (7'' Single)
  Discharge - 1977 - Demo
  Discharge - 1997 - Visions Of War - Cd2
  Discharge - 1997 - Visions Of War - Cd1
  Discharge - Disensitise - 2008 (Uk)
  Discharge - The Clay Punk Singles Collection - 2001 (Uk)
  Discharge - Vision Of War - 1997 (Uk)
  Discharge - The More I See (Single) - 1984 (Uk)
  Discharge - Beginning Of The End EP - 2006 (Uk)
  Discharge - War Is Hell Tour Edition - 2003 (Uk)
  Discharge - Discharge - 2002 (Uk)
  Discharge - Hardcore Hits - 1999 - (Uk)
  Discharge - Anthology Free Speech For The Dumb - 1999 (Uk)
  Discharge - Shootin Up The World - 1995 (Uk)
  Discharge - Massacre Divine - 1991 (Uk)
  Discharge - Grave New World - 1986 (Uk)       3
  Discharge - Ignorance EP - 1985 (Uk)
  Discharge - Warning EP - 1982 (Uk)
  Discharge - The Price Of Silence EP - 1983 (Uk)
  Discharge - Nightmare In Lepakko - 1983 (Uk)
  Discharge - State Violence, State Control EP - 1982 (Uk)
  Discharge - Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing - 1982 (Uk)       2
  Discharge - Why - 1981 (Uk)
  Discharge - Never Again EP - 1981 (Uk)
  Discharge - Protest And Survive 80-86 - (Uk)
  Discharge - Realities Of War EP - 1980 (Uk)
  Discharge - Fight Back EP - 1980 (Uk)
  Discharge - Decontrol EP - 1980 (Uk)       2
  Discharge - Demo - 1977 (Uk)       3




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